- ward (of a hospital)
- n.守卫,保卫,保护,牢房,病房,行政区,监护,锁孔 vt.守护,保卫,防止,挡住,躲开,避免
- They hustled him out of the sickroom.
- The cheek of them waling into the ward like that! Sister didn't waste words telling them what to do. "Out!" She said and they went a lot faster than they came in.
- He's in the intensive care ward at our lady of the worthless miracle.
- He's in the recovery room.
- She remembered her father strutting back into the sickroom saying:
- She lived in the sick-room never quitting it except to snatch a few hours'rest at night.
- A great doctor sir william osler would make the grand rounds of a hospital
- We ended up holding hands in the recovery room.
- A small room is preferable as a sickroom because you can humidify it more easily.
- Because of the shutter's character vertical sliding door is also can be used as insulated wall to separate sight or avoid noise.
- He was returned back to his padded cell.
- I had gone through a four-hour operation and been sent back to my ward. I then slept sweetly on the bed while a fellow sister watched over me until dawn.
- The television set is seen in a patients room at the baylor regional medical center in plano texas.
- The aim of this study was to survey the demographic profile of patients and the effects that medical and nurse staff and hospital policy had on patients staying over48hours in the observation unit of a medical center in central taiwan.
- What ward is mr.sato in?