A hospital ward with specially equipped monitoring and resuscitating equipment where the goal is to use modern technology to prolong life as physicians attempt to cure the underlying life-threatening illness.
Instrument Control Unit, a part of the distributed command and control function implemented on ESA spacecraft. The unit receives, decodes and executes high-level commands for its instrument, and autonomously performs health-checking and parameter monitoring. In the event of anomalies it takes autonomous recovery actions.
Intensive Care Unit. Hospital unit that utilizes specialists such as physicians and nurses to care for patients, who are in such serious condition, that they must be continuously monitored.(body, very much, it is, for it, care)
Intensive Care Unit. The highest level of care a patient can receive in the hospital, often nears a 1:1 nurse-to-patient ratio. Often ICU physicians are subspecialized in things like pulmonary critical care, so as better to be able to manage the multitude of ventilators in the ICU.
Intensive Care Unit. Hospital unit that utilizes highly sophisticated equipment and specially trained physicians and nurses to care for patients who are in such serious condition that they must be continuously monitored. [Click Here To Return To List
Issue and Containment Utility (Plexis): An in house system that contains and tracks any requests, bugs, or issues relating to a client. ICU also contains actual and estimated hours spent on an issue along with who is working on it and any updates.