admission diagnosis

Related to admission diagnosis: discharge diagnosis
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admission diagnosis

n. diagnóstico de admisión, diagnóstico del paciente al momento de ingreso en el hospital.
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All of the patients had admission diagnosis of possible COP according to clinical features and CT examinations showing multiple alveolar filling shadows in both lungs.
Admission diagnosis, medical history, concomitant relevant risk factors, mortality scores (Charlson and APACHE II), cardiac, inotropic and vasopressor drugs administered during the ICU stay were recorded for all patients.
The records were reviewed for demographics, admission diagnosis, HIV status, duration of ICU stay and ventilation, and survival to discharge from the PICU.
The admission register in the NICU documents admissions with basic data (demographic data, date of admission and discharge, mode of delivery, admission diagnosis, whether the baby died or was discharged in a satisfactory clinical state).
Source data included both EEG and clinical records and patients' demographics, symptoms, admission diagnosis and medications prior to and after EEG.
The reasons for readmission were then compared by index admission diagnosis or procedure.
The chief pre-ICU admission diagnosis was pre-eclampsia/eclampsia syndrome, more common among HIV-negative than HIV-positive patients.
Given an admission diagnosis of Psychosis Not Otherwise Specified (NOS), the patient was started on perphenazine 2mg/day.
The presenter will speak about the "on-the-spot learning nurses had to experience in relation to the child's admission diagnosis and other co-morbidities that complicated patient care.
the admission diagnosis (diagnosis given at admission)
Retrieved information included demographic data, comorbidities, smoking status, diabetes treatment (inpatient and outpatient), admission diagnosis, LOS, blood glucose levels, and complications reported during hospitalization.
There are significant differences in admission diagnosis and outcomes when comparing developing (5) and developed (6) countries.