spinal unit

spinal unit

A ward or part thereof in the UK, in which the beds are used exclusively to care for patients with spinal cord injuries.
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CLINICAL NURSE specialist (CNS) Lynn Stephen and nurse educator Lynda Smith at Christchurch's Burwood Spinal Unit (BSU) have facilitated education days for community staff for more than eight years.
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games bronze medallist and London 2012 Paralympian attended the 28th Inter Spinal Unit Games at Stoke Mandeville Stadium.
ROBBIE McNAMARA has been moved out of the high dependency unit and into the spinal unit ward of the Mater Hospital in Dublin as he continues his recuperation from life-threatening injuries suffered in a fall at Wexford eight days ago.
What should have been done was to use CRI for a spinal unit as Rookwood is going to close, or it would have been ideal for the elderly now that West Wing has closed.
Contract notice: Replacement Windows, Duke of Cornwall Spinal Unit, Salisbury.
David, a former television reporter, suffered a severed spinal cord in the crash in 1983 and was treated at Hexham Spinal Unit.
David, a former television reporter, suffered a severed spinal cord in the crash and was treated at Hexham Spinal Unit.
It happened at Llanfairpwll in Anglesey - the station with the longest name - and she is recovering in a hospital spinal unit at Stoke-on-Trent.
Bangor-based paramedics took the casualty to a spinal unit in Stoke.
g g ng amateur all during uir Chalpital He was airlifted to hospital in Bristol, where he remains, but he is expected to be transferred to a spinal unit in Dublin.