short-stay unit

short-stay unit

A ward or clinic used to manage patients requiring a short stay.
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Jill Telfer says the branch rejects management's argument that problems in the ED would be solved by placing extra staff in a new short-stay unit.
The building will also house a new 47-place emergency department, with an adjacent 20-bed short-stay unit.
She was originally treated on a short-stay unit - alongside Linda's mum - where staff wrote the wrong contact details on her records.
The unit will provide treatment of children, accident and emergency facilities including a walk-in facility, a 35-bed short-stay unit and also specialist diagnostic equipment.
However, she has reduced her hours to part-time, working as nurse co-ordinator in the short-stay unit three days one week; four the next.
Cardiologists and emergency medicine physicians from the US discuss the epidemiology and demography of coronary artery disease, the financial impact of acute coronary syndromes, the need for chest pain units, pathophysiology, presentation in the emergency department, risk stratification, cardiac markers, disposition, short-stay unit requirements, medical therapy, and provocative testing, along with examples of discharge instructions, protocols, and order sheets.
They wouldn't be striking if there weren't some serious issues involved," said Ambrusko, 59, who works in the short-stay unit.
The authors examined 284 patients admitted to a short-stay unit in Spain for COPD exacerbation.
Dedicated cardiac catheterization suite including a five-bed cardiovascular short-stay unit at Unity.
This will be a secure, short-stay unit where asylum seekers will remain prior to them flying out of the country.
Robert Cochard and his colleagues developed a Rapid Treatment and Short-Stay Unit that, "using a weighted average cost per case we would see a decrease in cost between $150 and $200.