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LOS

abbr.
1. length of stay
2. line of scrimmage
3. line of sight

los

(ləʊs)
n
approval
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The primary outcome measures were length of stay and readmission or death within 30 days of discharge, Dr.
Each patient's folder number, age, date of birth, gender, triage details, comorbidities, lifestyle risk factors, length of stay and discharge destination were recorded.
Length of stay is a pressing civil and human rights issue at the
One challenge with using length of stay as a key performance metric is that it's a lagging statistic; it is known only after a patient has been discharged.
The data also shows a difference in average length of stay by region.
They were 41% more likely to experience a prolonged length of stay and 18% more likely to experience a complication.
The average length of stay for stroke patients was 11 days before the establishment of Stroke Ward in 2014.
The investigators reached this conclusion after reanalyzing data from the 18 randomized clinical trials using hypertonic saline in infants with bronchiolitis reporting hospital length of stay as an outcome measure in the two previously published meta-analyses, after finding no additional data sources through a literature search.
The average length of stay and its effective control could be judged from the simple fact that decrease of average length of stay just by one day on all the beds in country can mobilize a bed capacity equivalent to making available approximately 41000 additional beds in a year.
Analysis of expatriates leaving the region adds another positive perspective on length of stay in the GCC.
The decrease in the average length of stay is the primary reason for the decline in tourism revenue in June, believes the Cyprus Tourism Organisation.
Night and day in the VA: Associations between night shift staffing, nurse workforce characteristics, and length of stay.