Admission Reason

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Admission Reason

A self-explanatory term for the primary reason that a patient has been admitted for inpatient or day case care.
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Cardiac disease in pregnancy was the most common reason for admission in our patients, with mixed mitral disease as the predominant lesion, followed by peripartum cardiomyopathy.
The most common reason for admission was preterm/low birth weight (PT/LBW) i.
19,20 The young aged patients in this study could be owing to organophosphate poisoning, the commonest reason for admission.
This reflects only the main reason for admission and not underlying comorbidities.
Members and dependents who have already used up their respective 45 day allowances are no longer entitled to PhilHealth coverage for the year, except when the reason for admission is outpatient hemodialysis.
1) Average hospital stays were 3-5 days depending on reason for admission, combat injury being longer than noncombat injury.
Future studies may also look into the close relationship between personality disorders, substance use and suicidality as a reason for admission, which emerged from this review.
Finally, although not unique to the SCI population, grade III and grade IV pressure ulcers are associated with increased mortality and pressure ulcer management was the most common reason for admission in this study [15].
The coroner in his report also indicated the hospital's medical report did not state that the reason for admission to hospital was due to the inhaling of tear gas.
which has to be treated along with the reason for admission.