bounceback

bounceback

Medtalk A popular term for a Pt who returns to the ER with the same complaint shortly after being released. Cf Frequent flier.
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The bounceback comes four years after HMV was bought out of administration by restructuring firm Hilco.
The bounceback comes four years after HMV were bought out of administration by restructuring firm Hilco.
Tom Denman, chief finance officer at Principality Building Society, said: "We saw a clear bounceback in the housing market across Wales as people continue to take advantage of favourable low interest rates and high employment.
But the bounceback has recovered just some of the dramatic collapse in its share price seen last week after a shock profit warning wiped almost PS600 million from its stock market value.
But the group said it was "cautiously optimistic" of a bounceback over the all-important festive quarter, when it makes around 85 per cent of its entire year's profits.
An impressive end-of-season sale performance in July helped buoy trading towards the end of the first half, but the group dashed hopes of a bounceback in consumer spending since the EU referendum.
INTEREST rates are expected to be kept on hold next Thursday after last month's emergency cut and amid recent signs of a post-Brexit bounceback in the economy.
The radio companies we follow participated in a Wall Street bounceback Thurday, but TV stations in the plus column were few and the two that made it did so by the skin of their teeth.
Vogue Fitness, NuYou Spa, Watercooled and Bounceback are some of the names that lend credibility to that claim.
They then went on a tour of two charities that are based at the office - Handmade Alliance and BounceBack - both of which also work with former offenders.
5 per cent bounceback in sales at the end of its financial year.
Last week, The verdict read in a court in San Jose said that Samsung products violated Apple 's patents related to screen bounceback and zooming.