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intensive care in Hospital topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintensive careinˌtensive ˈcare noun [uncountable]  MHa department in a hospital that treats people who are very seriously ill or badly injured, or the continuous and thorough treatment given to patients therein intensive care He is still in intensive care in Bristol General Hospital.
Examples from the Corpus
intensive careFacilities will include an intensive care unit and an oiled bird cleaning facility.an intensive care nurseLast night Suzanne was critically ill in intensive care at Withington Hospital.The Marchioness is in intensive care after a fall from her horse.The girl remains in serious but stable condition in the intensive care unit at Broward General Medical Center.However, Lee survived but spent 16 days in the intensive care unit and a month in hospital.Jensen remains in the intensive care unit of the hospital, she said.I had seen two of them in the intensive care unit during my tour.in intensive careShe was in critical condition and was being treated in intensive care.