To conclude, Ricote liberally recompensed and rewarded as well the renegade as the men who had rowed; and the renegade effected his readmission
into the body of the Church and was reconciled with it, and from a rotten limb became by penance and repentance a clean and sound one.
They apply most forcibly to the scheme of a perpetual exclusion; but when we consider that even a partial exclusion would always render the readmission
of the person a remote and precarious object, the observations which have been made will apply nearly as fully to one case as to the other.
Upon the following day at noon, Mrs Jarley established herself behind the highly-ornamented table, attended by the distinguished effigies before mentioned, and ordered the doors to be thrown open for the readmission
of a discerning and enlightened public.
Mr Plornish, with a modest disavowal of his merits, opened the room door for her readmission
, and followed her in with such an exceedingly bald pretence of not having been out at all, that her father might have observed it without being very suspicious.
Strobeck reported the results of a propensity score matched-controlled retrospective analysis of mortality and readmission
outcomes in a mixed community cohort of 245 consecutive heart failure patient admissions over the course of four years for whom at least one year of follow-up or mortality data were available.
24 (ANI): Turns out, dementia affects the hospital readmission
rate for worse.
To be more precise, the study found that higher the number of physical activities that a patient performs post-surgery, lesser the risk of a readmission
30 and 60 day after the surgery.
NO ADVERSE IMPACT FROM EFFORTS TO LOWER HOSPITAL READMISSION
A statistical analysis backs the idea that readmission
history is a valid quality measure.
Even though readmission
rates may reflect in some ways the quality of care provided during the hospital stay, not all readmissions
For patients with diabetes, one reason for hospitalization and unplanned hospital readmission
is severe dysglycemia (uncontrolled hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar; or hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar), says new research published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
To add to the literature in this important area, this study provides a comparative analysis of the costs of providing transitional care through a program for cardiac patients against hospital readmission