American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. intensive care unit
- n. Intensive-care unit.
- n. International components for Unicode, software libraries supporting internationalization.
- n. Intersection capacity utilization, a measure of the capacity of a roadway intersection.
- n. a hospital unit staffed and equipped to provide intensive care
“I´m currently at home (due to pregnancy not allowed to work in ICU) ..... so much time ....”
“… But the best teacher I ever had is in ICU tonight and the prognosis is grim.”
“I stayed awhile in ICU, no fun no sleep no food, then moved 3 times but met a ton of fun people I would like to see under different circumstances.”
“Nurses and clinicians in ICU's are totally overwhelmed with data.”
“And after some time in ICU, and 3 weeks of inpatient rehabilitation, he was learning to stand and walk again.”
“They kept her in ICU (intensive care) for two weeks and then put her into the rehab center.”
“Ok my mum is not in ICU (hope she's ok), but I've just my first kidney stone in 10 years blasted this week in a lithotripter, now the fun of having the little darlins coming out, christ it hurts!”
“Putting aside my mother being in ICU and my first kidney stone in 10 years, today was not half bad.”
“My mom is doing good thanks for asking, she'll be in ICU for a while.”
“Someone call the ICU and make sure our bed's ready.”
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