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The healthcare ownership transformation has divided the medical services market into public and nonpublic providers.
      
The implications of considering "secondary" social and psychological components of disease, as well as "primary" biological aspects, are discussed in terms of their value for the patient and their relevance to planning medical services.
      
The high frequency of psychiatric disturbance and psychosocial problems among old people makes it necessary to arrange special socio-medical services for this age-group.
      
All of the psychogeriatric staff have been guaranteed new jobs under the auspices of the County Council's medical services.
      
The objective of this study was to investigate whether the structure of the Mainz Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system warrants an adequate care of emergency patients a) within a certain time-frame, b) in any part of the city.
      
On arrival of the emergency medical services, 39% (n=159) of the patients had ventricular fibrillation, 42% (n=171) asystole, and 19% (n=76) pulseless electric activity.
      
Special attention should be given to the recognition of warning symptoms, the timely activation of emergency medical services, and the performance of basic life support.
      
However, these analyses never included persons who were already dead when the emergency medical services personnel arrived at the scene.
      
Although each patient expects optimal treatment, the rationing of medical services make it increasingly difficult to provide the most adequate therapy.
      
Up to 93% of untrained volunteers were able to successfully complete defibrillation with the use of an AED, sixth-form pupils without experience in CPR were only few sec slower with an AED than staff of emergency medical services.
      
The Societas Neurologica Japonica PD treatment guidelines were established to support appropriate treatment and to offer efficient medical services in daily medical practice.
      
It seems to be generally accepted that the public health care system is in serious financial trouble, and some experts are even calling for rationing medical services on the basis of transparent criteria.
      
Conclusion: The standard for the distribution of generally offered medical services must also be - with respect to persons - available for the chronically ill and for handicapped persons dependent upon care.
      
Definition of the problem: Diminishing resources seem to be forcing rationing of medical services.
      
Adolescents attending medical services for depression had a higher consultation rate, for any reason, with general practitioners and with school nurses, in whom they confided more often than their counterparts.
      
Marked differences in resistance within individual medical services could be a reflection of both quantitative and qualitative aspects of the use of a given antibiotic.
      
1 of 1999 on Alien Health Insurance and the Imposition of Fees against Medical Services
      
1 of 1999 on alien health insurance and the imposition of fees against medical services
      
Workplace smoking restrictions and reduced smoking in the home may lower the prevalence of asthma, improve asthma control, and reduce the use of medical services in both children and adults who are exposed to ETS.
      
Emergency medical services dispatchers and technicians play a key role in recognizing that a patient is having a stroke and prioritizing the transport of the patient to an appropriate facility.
      
 

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