Care begins with an ill patient who moves through a process where the end product is a healthy, or a stabilized patient
With plenty of fuel and a now stabilized patient
, the crew launched into the weather and headed for the surgical unit.
Loss of glycemic control may occur when a stabilized patient
is exposed to stress.
Common sense tells me that a calm and stabilized patient
who is not groaning, thrashing around, vomiting or burdened with a racing heart is going to allow me to perform clinical procedures to a much higher standard, with less risk of serious complications.
The rating affirmation reflects HMC's sustained profitability improvement, increased liquidity position, relatively low debt burden, and stabilized patient
Also, many stabilized patients
could just as easily receive the same maintenance medication(s) from their primary care physician.
The JAMA study blames a rising population, a falling number of emergency departments, and understaffing that prevents stabilized patients
from being admitted to other parts of the hospital.
Wounded warriors can then be safely evacuated from front lines to medical transition units, and stabilized patients
can be sent from there to hospitals around the globe.
For us in the Air Force, it's our EMEDS (Expeditionary Medical System)--our modular medical capabilities, and our aeroevac--our ability to move stabilized patients
They saw medically stabilized patients
being warehoused, 19th-century style, instead of being released to modern community-based hospitals.
CASEVAC missions involved picking up recently wounded casualties for transport to a hospital; MEDEVAC flights involved transporting stabilized patients
Newhall Memorial, for example, has no cardiac program so stabilized patients
were sent, under contract, to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills.