One of the Palestinians was seriously wounded and hospitalized in intensive care in Hadassah University Hospital, Ein Karem….
She was saved with chest compressions and weeks of intensive care.
“This 2-year-old spent six days in intensive care after being severely beaten,” said the voiceover.
On the cracked veranda, her intensive care, the newest babies fail to thrive.
As of press time, the 62-year-old Dzhioyeva remained in intensive care at the only hospital in the region.
His son, Lennon James Picco—Chris is a massive Beatles fan—was put in intensive care but was never likely to survive.
On Two Fat Ladies she was known as “Krakatoa” for her temper, and once put two would-be muggers in intensive care.
He rushed her to the hospital, where she stayed in intensive care for 21 days.
It would seem that two years of intensive care should not be too burdensome a stint for a reward which lasts a lifetime.
These qualities make Howell a most estimable variety for the home orchard where intensive care cannot be given.
intensive care in·ten·sive care (ĭn-těn'sĭv)
Continuous and closely monitored health care that is provided to critically ill patients.