1 edition of Study of emergency medical admissions at Aintree found in the catalog.
Study of emergency medical admissions at Aintree
by Health and Community Care Research Unit in Liverpool
|Statement||Jan Bogg ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Bogg, Jan., Health and Community Care Research Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||45|
The aim of this study was to evaluate how hospital capacity was managed focusing on standardizing the admission and discharge processes. This study was set in a bed university affiliated hospital of the National Health Service, near Barcelona (Spain). This is a cross-sectional study of a set of interventions which were gradually implemented between April and December Cited by: The ED record describes the evaluation and management of patients who come to the hospital emergency department for immediate attention of medical conditions/traumatic injuries. TRUE If a patient is admitted through the ED, the original ED record is placed on the inpatient record.
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An acute medical unit (AMU), also often called acute admissions unit or medical assessment unit, is a short-stay department in some British, Australian and New Zealand hospitals that may be linked to the emergency department, but functions as a separate AMU acts as a gateway between a patient's general practitioner, the emergency department, and the wards of the hospital. Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust comprises Aintree University Hospital, Broadgreen Hospital, Liverpool University Dental Hospital and the Royal Liverpool University Hospital. Our hospitals make us one of the largest employers in the region, employing o people, we also provide services through outsourcing arrangements.
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Facilities. The Acute Medicine Unit is a 40 bedded unit, including four enhanced care beds, located on the ground floor of the hospital near to the Aintree Lodge entrance of the main hospital building. Next to the Acute Medicine Unit is our Ambulatory Emergency Care Unit. This Unit provides assessment, diagnosis and treatment with the aim of getting.
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Aintree University Hospital NHS provides care to million residents across Merseyside and the Northwest of England. A £35 million programme sees the Foundation Trust’s urgent care and trauma unit transformed into a state-of-the-art facility, allowing the.
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