regular discharge

regular discharge

A UK term for the release of a patient after an episode of care, based on clinical advice or with clinical consent (by the care team or consultant).
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Tim Linkinwater condescended, after much entreaty and brow-beating, to accept a share in the house; but he could never be prevailed upon to suffer the publication of his name as a partner, and always persisted in the punctual and regular discharge of his clerkly duties.
Tenders are invited for Day To Day Cleaning And Cutting Of Various Drains For Regular Discharge Of Seepage Water At Gevra Road Railway Siding Of Kocp.
The eventual report, published in June this year, did identify Dwr Cymru as responsible for causing environmental damage, but crucially, the regulator failed to require measures to stop the threat of future damage, from the regular discharge of untreated sewage into the lake.
Patients on the regular discharge schedule leave the hospital in seven or eight days.