MICU / SICU Nursing
Which are Acute Care Departments?
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Queen Tiye, CNA
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what are the "acute care" departments in a hospital? so far, i've uncovered:
icu ( coronary/ cardiac, neuro[neuropathy or neurology?], pediarics, neonatal, and burn)
med/ surg (is this medical/ surgical icu?)
are there more?
Feb 21, '11
MICU= medical ICU, SICU= surgical ICU, Neuro= neurological ICU...some ICU's such as mine are general ICU's where we see everything
Feb 23, '11
Any inpatient floor falls under the acute care umbrella. It's care, and it's acute. L&D, nephro, transplant, so on.
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