The eligible rates of medical institutions of counties,towns and villages and private clinics were 86.3%,78.6%,75.4% and 59.5% respectively,with private medical institutions showing the lowest eligible rate.
Result In 2004,the total number of sterilized monitor sample in city,county level,the villages and towns and the individual clinic four medical institution levels was 3 602,6 953,7 616,25 127 in turn,qualified rate is 89.7%,92.3%,87.4%,75.7% in turn,four differences has the significance (P<0.01);
Ratio of medical institution with HBV mark detection increased from 16.6% in 1990 to 70.0% in 2000. Medical institutions at county and town levels improved much more remarkably. The ratio increased from 38.3%, 8.0% in 1990 to 94.1% 61.4% respectively.
Results The variable of medical organization had significance of difference (P<0.01) ,its regression coefficients was 0.491,the largest regression coefficients was the variable of whether work (1.180) among all variablesthat being into regression equation.
Results The rural healthy surroundings was poor,the scale of medical organization small and the service quality low at the village level,the farmers' medical burden is heavy,and disease may lead to or return to poverty,which still baffle the development of rural area.
The instrument may find application in medical institutions and research laboratories.
The WHO/EURO Multicentre Study on Parasuicide makes possible for the first time an international comparison of the frequencies of methods used in attempted suicide, because the data are based on geographical catchment areas of medical institutions.
Method: Ongoing standardized monitoring of attempted suicide in all medical institutions serving the catchment areas was performed in 14 centres in 12 European countries.
In clinical practice, the behavior modification and the biofeedback have been applied in all departments of medical institutions, especially for treating the cardiovascular and the neurological conditions.
Now it is applied in over 2000 medical institutions and has obtained ideal effects.
The Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) and Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) is the largest medical institution in China and has a leading high-level multidisciplinary medical research and medial service.
The results of the present investigation, carried on a five-year case file of leukemia patients in a medical institution, show a gradual rise in the observed cases of the diseases, due to an increase of the acute forms.
On average, a DSA procedure thus cost approximately 2.4 (95% confidence intervals: 2.2-2.6) times more than CE MRA to our medical institution.
Delivering births in a medical institution or at home with professional medical assistance has been shown to promote safe motherhood and child survival.
A policy implication is that increased antenatal care coverage can be an effective means of increasing professional assistance at delivery, especially delivery in a medical institution.
The re-emergence of forensic archaeology and anthropology within Australia relies on its diversification and cooperation with established forensic medical organizations, law enforcement forensic service divisions, and national forensic boards.
A concerted effort on the part of professional medical organizations and regulatory agencies will be required to train fluoroscopy users to prevent physicians from unwittingly imparting serious radiation injuries to their patients.
Professional medical organizations should help to establish communication between surgical subspecialties as well as between fields bordering on each other to ensure continuity both in patient care and in postgraduate education.
Several national medical organizations and the Institute of Medicine have issued position papers and recommendations for the elimination of health care disparities.
A survey of ethics committees in national medical organizations in the United States