Inside The ICU

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By austind03 on July 3, 2018

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – MARCH 12: Family members visit Intensive Care patient Kama Khattar at Westmead Hospital March 12, 2007 in Sydney, Australia. Each year, around 148,000 people are admitted to Intensive Care Units (ICU’s) across Australia and New Zealand with 86% of adults and 97% of children surviving after being admitted. ICU teams care for people who are critically ill with major illnesses, and injuries such as heart attack, pneumonia, stroke, traffic accidents, burns, trauma, organ transplant and complicated surgery. The Intensive Care Foundation will in April hold an appeal to raise money and community awareness of the work achieved in ICU’s across Australasia.

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