Translation of ward in Spanish:

ward

sala, n.

Pronunciation: /wɔːd//wɔrd/

noun

  • 1

    (in hospital)
    sala feminine
    the children's ward la sala de niños / de pediatría
    • Stepping back a generation, doctors were familiar with hospital wards full of patients succumbing to sepsis in the pre-penicillin era.
    • Three wards within the Great Western hospital are expected to remain closed until the end of the week, including the Saturn and Neptune medical wards and the Kingfisher trauma ward.
    • Joan, who has worked at Blackburn Royal Infirmary since 1987 and on the children's surgical ward for the last nine years, said she was shocked but delighted by her windfall.
    • Yarmouk Hospital has one of the busiest emergency rooms and obstetrics wards in Baghdad.
    • Russell himself carried her to the nearby emergency ward, with her catsuit soaked through with champagne, make-up smeared across her face and blood pumping from her hand.
    • In the Renaissance Hospital, clinics and wards will be based on patient groups rather than medical specialties (table on website).
    • On top of this, more than 23,000 people, many from the North Cotswolds, have signed petitions in support of the Battledown children's ward in Cheltenham.
    • The options are likely to include the closure of the 26-bed Battledown ward at Cheltenham in favour of a 46-bed ward at Gloucester.
    • The Reddys are running for St Teresa's cardiology ward for infants in Our lady's Hopsital for Sick Children in Crumlin
    • The need for the new predischarge ward arose in the context of attempting to address the shortage of bed accommodation in St. Luke's General Hospital.
    • The psychiatrists and other medical staff avoided this ward, making only the bare minimum of calls and writing off the patients there as unsalvageable.
    • Two studies have now been completed observing the care of terminally ill patients during their last six days of life in medical wards in two acute hospitals.
    • He spent several days in intensive care recovering from the procedure but was moved into a specialist liver ward on Thursday where medical staff are encouraging him to regain his mobility.
    • In 1988, the first geriatric ward was set up in the GH, but even then, geriatric medicine enjoyed very little priority.
    • In the camp's acute ward, a young man lies chained to his bed, being fed protein-and-vitamin mush through a stomach tube inserted via a nostril.
    • Last week I stood outside a local school with a petition, people were shocked to hear what was happening and had not heard anything about the threatening closure of the children's ward.
    • Randomised controlled trial of usual care compared with intervention delivered on hospital wards by cardiac rehabilitation nurses.
    • You will then be taken back to the hospital ward where nurses will continue to monitor you until you leave the hospital.
    • Semi-structured interviews took place in a private room in the hospital ward, usually within 12 hours after each restraint event.
    • In Wang's ward in the Haematology Division, only half of patients with cancer may survive.
    • We called the offices of city councillors representing various downtown wards, and their staff readily acknowledged the litter problem.
    • The case was brought after complaints from electors in the Bordesley Green and Aston wards of Birmingham city council that their votes had been stolen.
    • Issues raised will be discussed by the relief road working group, made up of county councillors representing local wards, and the county council will enforce the changes.
    • Councillor Royston Smith is deputy leader of Southampton City Council's Conservative group and represents the Harefield ward.
    • ‘I want to work with community groups in the ward, the city and the region,’ he says.
    • First there were ward officers - police officers responsible for a particular ward of the city who work with local communities to tackle local crime.
    • But that does not explain why the BNP went on to take six more seats at last week's elections in Burnley, where most wards were electing just one councillor.
    • Coun Perkins represents Claremont ward and was elected last May.
    • Membership of the committee is drawn from Bradford councillors representing wards in Keighley, Ilkley and surrounding villages in the Worth and Aire valleys.
    • It is the first time in 23 years that all three city councillors in the ward have belonged to the same party.
    • Councillor David Wilde, who has represented the Walmgate ward on the City of York Council for 20 years, served as the city's Lord Mayor in 1995.
    • For a start, I would suggest that instead of having 52 or so councillors, that the number is cut down by half, with one councillor representing two wards.
    • The Liberal Democrat is the only councillor to represent Osbaldwick ward.
    • Candidates for election will run in electoral districts, similar to city councillors' wards.
    • Last week Lawlor failed to get elected as a councillor in a Clondalkin ward of the new Dublin mid-west constituency where he hopes to stand at the next general election.
    • The Madras Act IX of 1867 divided the city into eight wards, each represented by four Commissioners.
    • Opposition to the closure of the Lister Baths at Featherstone contributed heavily to all three Labour councillors who had represented the ward losing their seats.
    • The proposals would create a York Central Borough seat, made up of nine inner City of York Council wards.
    • Four years ago he joined Lancaster City Council to represent the Overton ward as a Morecambe Bay Independent.
    • There are 54 councillors and all of us represent our wards and work hard for them.
    • Open sea and clear skies was all very well when teaching a new crewmember the ropes and they never lost their fascination with the captain's young ward.
  • 2

    Politics

    subdivisión de un municipio a efectos electorales y administrativos

  • 3

    (person)
    pupilo masculine
    pupila feminine
    ward of court pupilo bajo tutela judicial
  • 4

    • 4.1(of key)

      guarda masculine

    • 4.2(of lock)

      clavija de tope feminine
      guarda masculine