②The time of draining closure was earlier in the bioglue group than in control group [(41.67±5.99), (48.75±5.93) h, P =0.025], and mean hospitalization time was reduced [(14.67±1.07), (15.92±1.08) d, P =0.032].
The average time of incision healing was 4.3 days,the average hospitalization period was 4.8 days. Eighteen patients (29.5%)had postoperative complications,which were cured or relieved after certain treatments.
No correlation between preoperative HRV and the length of hospitalisation was found. Postoperative TP,HF,LF,VLF and RRmean were significantly negatively correlated with the length of stay in hospital (P<0.01).
Results 15 cases are successfully performed to remove secondary choledocholithiasis and the average operation time,length of stay was 2.25 h (1.5～3.5 h), 4.7 d(3～7d) respectively. All patients were follow-up for 1～12 months and there were no complication.
98 days, and the mean hospitalization time was 33.
A significant decrease of the Crohn's disease activity index and a significantly lower hospitalization time suggest a benefit in using the lavage method.
Conclusions: Somatostatin is a therapeutic option for treatment of chylothorax and could reduce surgical intervention and hospitalization time, as well as allow earlier enteral feeding.
There were no significant differences between the groups in hospitalization time, development of renal function, amount of cyclosporin A, prednisone, azathioprine, or methylprednisolone ingested, or laboratory biochemical parameters.
The mean hospitalization time was 27.1?days and the overall mortality rate was 14% (n=54).
Demographic data, intraoperative consumption of fentanyl and phentolamine, preoperative hospital stay and postoperative ICU stay were compared.
Pheochromocytoma patients had more pronounced perioperative BP oscillations, needed more antihypertensive drugs, analgesics and required prolonged hospital stay than patients with other adrenal tumors.
Fundamental characteristics of length of hospital stay and methodological differences from studies of the course of schizophrenia are described.
The influence of social class on duration of hospital stay and on discharge rate was of the same order as those of sex and marital status.
The influence of social class on prognosis for hospital discharge diminishes with increasing length of hospital stay.
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
Length of stay (in the case of men), the intelligence of the patient, and the continuing existence of contact with relatives (in the case of women) were found to be subsidiary factors.
The distribution by age, sex and type of care, the length of stay of hospital in-patients and the contact of patients with medical and social work psychiatric personnel discussed.
Each patient has a fairly constant pattern of hospitalization, regarding the length of stay in hospital and out of hospital.
A multivariate analysis was performed, where the dependent variables were: the cumulative length of all hospitalizations, the mean duration of hospitalization and the mean length of stay out of hospital.
The hospitalized population was estimated using data on length of stay and analysing them by the person-years method.