Rather than blame the BCUHB, those who really care about the future of the region's medical care should back their efforts to oblige the new Minister to apply lessons learnt to the new Emergency Care Unit under construction at Glan Clwyd - the case for which BCUHB has fought vigorously, and won in theory, but which presently has only two of the six or seven specialists it will soon require.
What does ECU stand for?
ECU stands for Emergency Care Unit (trauma facility)
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We have 118 other meanings of ECU in our Acronym Attic
- Edison Credit Union
- Edith Cowan University
- EISA Configuration Utility
- Electrical Control Unit
- Electrical Conversion Unit
- Electro Chemical Unit
- Electronic Cabling Unit
- Electronic Control Unit
- Electronically-Controlled Unit (engines)
- Elgin Choral Union (Elgin, IL)
- Employees Credit Union (various locations)
- Encephalitozoon Cuniculi
- End COMSEC Unit
- End Cryptographic Unit
- Energy Conservation Unit (hot water heat exchanger)
- Energy Recovery Unit (hot water heat exchanger)
- Engine Change Unit
- Engine Control Unit
- Engineering Concepts Unlimited (manufacturer/designer of engine controls)
- Engineering Concepts Unlimited, Inc (manufacturer/designer of Engine Controls)
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They say the centre, which is being designed by Miller HPS and being built by Miller Construction, is expected to be seen nationally as the way forward for integrated emergency care units.
Byline: Charlotte Thomson HEALTH chiefs in Aberdeen yesterday unveiled a new PS110million emergency care unit.
A spokesperson of the hospital said that the centre is much larger than the current facility besides it also has a separate paediatric emergency care unit.
South Tyneside District Hospital's new Emergency Care Unit will officially open its doors to child and adult patients next Wednesday, marking the second phase in an pounds 8m investment programme.
Two other unidentified injured persons were taken to the emergency care unit at the hospital.
However, "for people who are not well trained or who are looking for a simple way to help save a life, chest compressions only, at least until the emergency care unit arrives, can be life saving, even without rescue breathing," said Weisfeldt.
Winners included orthopaedic surgeon Richard King for "instilling a culture of research and innovation" for his patented inventions to improve bone operations and staff on Ward 22 in the emergency care unit for "delivering improved quality of care and patient safety.