ward round

ward round

The UK definition of ward round is the same as other health systems. A so-called firm—with doctors from the top (consultant) to the bottom (FY1) of the organisation—visits each patient on their list, reviewing their history, examination, investigations and treatment.

A business ward round is a ward round which concentrates on dealing with the patients’ particulars, assuring that changes in a patient’s status have been investigated and addressed rather than on teaching, in contrast to a teaching ward round, which plays a more formative role in a junior’s training.
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One day, when I was doing a ward round to see patients on the ward, a parent sarcastically commented: 'You appear sicker than us, please get us a more qualified doctor.
Malik Ejaz, who runs a pharmacy on Nishtar Road right in front of the hospital's emergency said that ambulances kept on bringing patients at emergency ward round the clock.
On reflection, I realised that my worksites, as an organiser, were simply a variation of a hospital ward and the systematic site visits were an adaption of the nursing ward round.
Vohra said that dengue treatment facilities have been ensured at the dengue counters established at Emergency ward round the clock while doctors, nurses and other staff also remain present from 8 am to 8pm in the Outdoor ward.
Carly's consultant, Ash Alam, told the inquest he had seen Carly on his ward round at around 10.
Interventions made by the pharmacist concerning problems with the pharmacy or counselling of patients or nursing staff occurred after the ward round.
At his home, he grew roses and, when they flowered, would arrive for a ward round with a beautiful rose proudly pinned to his lapel.
Validation of a checklist to assess ward round performance in internal medicine.
Roger Bannister did a ward round then made his own way to the track where he broke the four-minute mile.
Geriatricians and paediatricians are particularly liable to find themselves drawn into these discussions, and it is difficult to do a ward round in a department of medicine for the elderly without being deeply moved by the plight of patients with unrecoverable conditions.