Intensive care medicine or critical care medicine is concerned with providing greater than ordinary medical care and observation to people in a critical or unstable condition. People requiring intensive care include those after major surgery, with severe head trauma, life-threatening acute illness, respiratory insufficiency, coma, haemodynamic insufficiency, severe fluid imblance or with the failure of one or more of the major organ systems (life-critical systems or others).

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Tracheal Suction Guidelines
... A suction machine has been prescribed by your doctor to help remove secretions and mucus from your airways. The instructions in this handout will help you and your caregiver correctly perform the suct...
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