Admission Day

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Noun1.Admission Day - in some states of the United States: a legal holiday commemorating the day the state was admitted to the UnionAdmission Day - in some states of the United States: a legal holiday commemorating the day the state was admitted to the Union
day - a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance; "Mother's Day"
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I shaved my head bald ahead of the admission day.On opening day, I had everything except sanitary towels.
Dog Admission Day: It's this year's first at the Morton Arboretum, 4100 Illinois Route 53, Lisle.
Appendectomy and left sided adrenalectomy was done on 6th post admission day.
The researchers found that 23.1 percent of patients underwent surgery on admission day, and 43.5, 21.0, and 12.4 percent underwent surgery on inpatient day two, day three, and after day three, respectively.
Catch the changing of the guards every day at noon outside Amalienborg Palace, the home of the Danish Royal family, or take advantage of a free admission day at one of the city's museums.
On the admission day, chest pain was sustained for 4 h in the early morning.
The number of patients visiting the ENT was between three to four hundred and on admission day only a few could get admission while others were given date.
Figure 1 is the Lorenz curve of elder asthma patient admission, presenting the homogeneous degree of asthma admission for every admission day. The x-axis denotes the cumulative proportion of admission days, and the y-axis denotes the cumulative proportion of admission counts.
The patient had been improving clinically with resolution of ileus until admission day 13, when she acutely developed fever and altered level of consciousness.
On admission day 2, her serum creatinine and trough blood tacrolimus concentrations rose markedly to 2.77 mg/dL and45 ng/mL, respectively, inthe absenceofany newmedi cations apart from her antibiotics (Figure 2).
= control group; M [+ or -] SD: mean [+ or -] standard deviation; [D.sub.0 Adm]: admission day; [D.sub.0 8PM]: admission day before sleep; [D.sub.1 8AM]: experimental 1st day, 8 a.m.; [D.sub.1 8PM]: experimental 1st day, 8 p.m.; [D.sub.2 8AM]: experimental 2nd day, 8 a.m.