in hospital


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in hospital

Receiving medical or surgical treatment, care, or attention at a hospital. Primarily heard in UK. My grandmother is in hospital again for hip surgery. I heard you were in hospital last week! Are you all right?
See also: hospital
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A MAN was recovering in hospital today after having part of his ear bitten off in an attack in a Liverpool nightclub.
As these graphic photos - taken in hospital just minutes after the attack - show, the TV contestant, who holds the dubious record of having never been on the winning team in any of Sir Alan Sugar's projects, was left bleeding and in need of surgery following the attack.
The disease meant Uzma had to live with the fear that a simple knock or bruise could mean another spell in hospital.
Mark and his brother, Andrew Guile, later rushed to their father's bedside in hospital after learning of his accident, where they found him unusually confused and distressed, Mr Salter told the inquest.
"She's in isolation in hospital and she thinks she might never even be able to hold her own daughter's hand again after her hands were so badly damaged."
She is looking after Kirsten's nine-year-old daughter, Madison, while she remains in hospital.
The thousands of patients suffer intense difficulties due to the closure of OPDs in hospitals across Sindh.
'In the past, unqualified staff worked in hospitals across Punjab but today, professionals are hired in all hospitals across the province.'
Nations are not built by accusing each other but by working together, said Shehbazhitting back at the opposition for criticising thePakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) led government and added, In Sindh corruption is rampant from top to bottom.In the past, unqualified staff worked in hospitals across Punjab but today, professionals are hired in all hospitals across the province.
The statement further stressed the need to protect medical personnel while carrying out their work in hospitals in order to avoid the "repeated and systematic attacks", pointing to government attempts to sell the land of Omdurman Hospital.
Government regulators hope that such pressure will punish poor management in hospitals.
Your facility could be the next "film at 10:00." Bad things happen in hospitals too, as my 15-year experience can attest, but hospitals don't seem to be under the microscope like the long- term care industry.