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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The reasons for readmission were then compared by index admission diagnosis or procedure.
These applications include analytics for Paths to Surgery, Admission Diagnosis Procedure Paths, Patient Affinity, Patient Compare, Impact Analysis, and Drug Prescription Affinity Analysis.
The chief pre-ICU admission diagnosis was pre-eclampsia/eclampsia syndrome, more common among HIV-negative than HIV-positive patients.
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.
Data were extracted from the TOPDB and analysed within the spreadsheet to determine the prevalence of dementia as an admission diagnosis or as PD or ADs.
Where is the admission diagnosis documented and communicated?
There were no significant differences between the two groups in severity of illness, duration of ventilation, or admission diagnosis.
For the initial data analyses the principle admission diagnosis was categorized into four homogenous subgroups and two residual subgroups.
6%, consistent with other studies (8), but rates have been shown to be dependent on admission diagnosis and the need for surgery, with a 5.
Admitting clinical characteristics of patients 1 through 7 with severe acute respiratory syndrome Patient Characteristic 1 2 Sex F F Age 71 43 Source of virus Community Community Admission diagnosis Meningitis Pneumonia Co-illnesses IHD; DM; Hypertension hypothyroidism Symptoms Cough - + Dyspnea - + Rhinorrhea - - Sore throat - + Headache - + Myalgia - - Fever + Others Confusion Vomiting, diarrhea Temp on admission ([degrees]C) 38.
When a patient is admitted, demographic and admission diagnosis information is fed to our clinical data repository.
All patients had a hospital admission diagnosis of unstable angina, subsequent inpatient cardiac evaluation and a dismissal diagnosis of noncardiac chest pain.