She was saved with chest compressions and weeks of intensive care.
On the cracked veranda, her intensive care, the newest babies fail to thrive.
After the usual last six weeks of intensive summer training, my adieus were to be quick and painless; I would make sure of it.
The communiqué issued by the G-20 at the end of its intensive discussions in Cannes belies this grand promise.
One of the Palestinians was seriously wounded and hospitalized in intensive care in Hadassah University Hospital, Ein Karem….
The Khaki Boys reach France, and, after some intensive training in sound of the battle front, are sent into the trenches.
New York is an island, and has all the intensive romance of an island.
The intensive campaign carried on among the editors for the past two or three years bore fruit and 80 per cent.
After three months of intensive training they were hardened, supple, and skillful.
He rushed her to the hospital, where she stayed in intensive care for 21 days.
mid-15c., from French intensif (14c.), from Latin intens-, past participle stem of intendere (see intend). As a noun, 1813, from the adjective. Alternative intensitive is a malformation. Intensive care attested from 1958. Related: Intensively.