Conclusion Patients with AMI of Yin-deficiency type was severer in myocardial damage, with longer hospitalization period and higher mortality, it is probably due to the hyper-activated sympathetic-adrenaline system and strengthened activity of aldosterone in them.
ConclusionThe lower level of immunoglobulin,longer hospitalization,ventilation obstructed indoor,and season change maybe the important factors which leading a higher nosocomial infection rate for CP children.
This method need general anesthesia and have greater trauma, more complications and longer hospitalization. However this therapy is a straightforward undoubtedly open surgery and has been developed in the hospital proverbially.
The results showed that the patients with multiple infections, comparing with controls,were elder(P<0. 02),their hospitalization was longer(P<0.05),the symptoms and the damage of liver function were more severe and the therapeutic efficacy was disappointing, therefore,the prophylaxis of multiple infection of CAH must be taken seriously.
After preventive measures were applied,NI rates decreased from(16.20%) of the latter half of 2003 to(8.29%) during the same period of 2004.Conclusion Intensive care unit,invasive operation and long hospital stay were risk factors for neonatal NI.
Results Elderly patients with long term tracheostomy were more vulnerable to lower respiratory tract infection because of low resistance and long hospital stay,with G bacilli and aeruginous Pseudomonas predominant.
The open Bankart repair group had a statistically significantly longer hospitalization (P = 0.001), a slight decrease in external range of motion, and more frequent cosmetic complaints.
Untreated psychological sequelae such as PTSD cause longer hospitalization and therefore more costs than in non-PTSD patients.
The development of GVHD of grade II or more during the first weeks after alloBMT was associated with slower haematological recovery, a longer period of fever during neutropenia and longer hospitalization.
Results showed that abdominal hysterectomy lasted longer, had heavier blood loss and required longer hospitalization than did vaginal or supracervical hysterectomy.
Abdominal surgeries had higher blood loss (84 vs 378?cc, p?=?0.012) longer hospitalization (outpatient vs 4.2?days p?=?0.001), and additional morbidity (18.6%).
The duration of hospitalization was longer in patients with delayed admission; 2.46?±?3.51, 3.80?±?8.17, and 5.72?±?4.24?days for the admissions within first, second-fifth days, and sixth or later days after ingestion, respectively (P?=?0.000).
Postoperative hospitalization was longer in the MM group (p>amp;lt;0.0001), and the pain degree was higher in MM group (p>amp;lt;0.0001).
The serum creatinine levels in Group I were significantly higher than in Group III both on adminission and at discharge, although the duration of hospitalization was longer in the former than in the latter group.
Consistent with the results of prior studies,1 the overall length of hospitalization was longer in patients who developed postoperative AF.