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General Medicine Intensive Care

What is intensive care medicine?

Intensive care units (ICUs) are specialist hospital wards that provide treatment and monitoring for people who are very ill.

What is an example for intensive care?

Examples of patients who need critical care includes those who undergo very invasive surgery or who have poor outcomes after surgery, those who are severely injured in an accident, people with serious infections, or people who have trouble breathing on their own and require a ventilator to breathe for them.

What are the patients in general medicine?

What diseases are treated under General Medicine?

General Medicine deals with almost all range of both acute and chronic diseases including fever, asthma, heart disease, liver problems, hypertension, neurological problems, and other ailments.

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