posthospital

posthospital

(ˌpəʊstˈhɒspɪtəl)
adj
(Medicine) med following treatment in a hospital
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Patient-Centered Community Health Worker Intervention to Improve Posthospital Outcomes: A Randomized Clinical Trial.
Because patients often go home with drains, venous access devices, wounds, pain, and multiple other needs, acute care staff and FCNs can coordinate posthospital care to decrease patient vulnerability.
Posthospital medication discrepancies prevalence and contributing factors.
Nursing strategies to facilitate effective discharge planning include educating patients and their families about secondary stroke prevention and stroke warning signs, encouraging family participation in rehabilitation sessions, and involving families in the decision-making process about posthospital care (Summers et al.
Tinetti ME, Charpentier P, Gottschalk M, Baker DI (2012a) Effect of a restorative model of posthospital home care on hospital readmissions.
Finally, discharge planning should extend into community substance abuse education, while patients should be linked with posthospital rehabilitative treatment services and community support structures.
e Aylesford is the only service of its kind in the city to cater for people needing short-term posthospital care, and was originally earmarked for closure under a proposal to slash the council's adult social care budget by PS5milliion.
THE DEFENSE The INR level was normal at the posthospital visit.
Posthospital discharge with supportive home care, community service and proper rehabilitation were major factors contributing to better quality of life for hip fracture patients regardless of other factors as reflected in this exploration.
It was conducted on a single site, some relevant variables might not have been included, and no posthospital follow-up was conducted.