intensive care

in,tensive `care noun uncount
the department of a hospital for people who are so sick or badly injured that they need to have special medical care and be watched very closely:
in intensive care: He has been in intensive care since the accident last Saturday night.
a. the special medical care provided in this department:
specialist centers for children's intensive care

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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  • intensive care — UK / US noun [uncountable] a) the department of a hospital for people who are so ill or badly injured that they need to have special medical care and be watched very closely in intensive care: He has been in intensive care since the accident last …   English dictionary

  • intensive care — in.tensive care n [U] a department in a hospital that treats people who are very seriously ill or badly injured, or the continuous and thorough treatment given to ↑patients there in intensive care ▪ He is still in intensive care in Bristol… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • intensive care — noun Date: 1963 1. continuous monitoring and treatment of seriously ill patients using special medical equipment and services 2. a unit in a hospital providing intensive care < heart patients in intensive care > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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