Mean inpatient blood glucose(RR=1.02;95% confidence interval,1.02-1.04),Hunt-Hess classification score≥3(RR=2.22;95% confidence interval,1.20-3.98),Fisher classification of Ⅲ(RR=1.26;95% confidence interval,1.14-3.0)increased the risk of VSP.
Results the average growth rate of the inpatient and outpatient in the 5 years respectively were 27.27% and 21.66%, the average growing rate of the outpatient service income and inpatient service income achieved 40.05% and 35.51%.
② Total expense in the inpatient increased by 8.11% over before the reform,but the expense of active serviceman patients increased by 16.87%, and that in the employees and dereased by 42.67% and 39.04%.
Results: The success rate was 26/27 (96.3%) in group A and 25/25 (100%) in group B (0.25>amp;lt;P>amp;lt;0.5); The mean postoperative hospitalization was 3.32±0.56 days in group A and 17.5±4.61 days in group B (P>amp;lt;0.001).
Attitudes towards mental illness and psychiatric hospitalization were measured in a sample of Afro-Asian immigrants to Israel.
As a result of this deficiency, it seems probable the period of hospitalization of many clients is being unnecessarily prolonged.
Previous studies have pointed towards social factors as important determinants of psychiatric hospitalization.
Economic change and mental hospitalization: New York State, 1910-1960
In order to evaluate the clinical manifestations and outcomes of severe ulcerative colitis (UC), we retrospectively reviewed 41 patients with severe UC from 144 consecutively hospitalized UC cases from 1988 to 2004.
An evaluation of a rehabilitation program for chronically hospitalized psychiatric patients
How fathers manage when wives are hospitalized for schizophrenia: An exploratory study
The authors report the results of a follow-up study concerning the mortality and the causes of death among 1468 former alcoholics, born between 1873 and 1897, formerly hospitalized in a psychiatric clinic.
Comparisons of discrete manifestations and dominance patterns of symptomatology were undertaken in biographically, socially, and diagnostically matched sets of hospitalized male and female patients in Argentina and in the United States.
Results: A 44-year-old man presented himself at our inpatient department with somnolence and dizziness as his initial symptoms.
This paper considers the influence of the overall value-system of an inpatient psychiatric setting on the behavior of patients in group psychotherapy.
Past inpatient admission was correlated with the greatest severity and handicap of all.5.Fewer agoraphobic women were employed than in the general population.
The selection of areas was based on data relating to 10,653 people who were admitted to both public and private inpatient mental institutions from July 1, 1960 to June 30, 1961.
Whereas all three groups use pharmacological treatments approximately to the same extent, neuropsychiatrists resort to inpatient treatment significantly more often and also more often use psychotherapeutic methods.