long-term care facility

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nurs·ing fa·cil·i·ty

(nŭrs'ing fă-sil'i-tē)
Health care facility for patients who require long-term nursing or rehabilitation services; formerly known as a nursing home.
Synonym(s): assisted living facility, long-term care facility.

long-term care facility

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LTCF

An institution such as a nursing home that is capable of providing continuous care for older or chronically ill persons.
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9,17) Health care providers at the LTCF generally do not view oral health as a priority.
Thus, we were not able to classify all LTCF residents with CDIs as HA-CDI; this classification could be made only if residents were transferred to a hospital.
The collection period was from March to August 2015, with the voluntary participation of professionals in the health field working in the registered LTCFs and registered in the Municipal Council of the Elderly of Caxias do Sul-RS.
Reports from the CDC (2012) estimate that the point prevalence of symptomatic urinary tract infections (UTIs) among residents of LTCFs who do not use a urinary catheter, or non-catheter-related UTIs, range between 25% to 50%.
1995; Robinson & Rosher, 2002), likely due to the fact most included a single LTCF (n=5) (Armstrong-Evans et al.
Because of their dependence on the staff at LTCFs, residents also should be screened regularly for abuse by LTCF staff as well as any family members or other individuals involved in their care.
Although increases in influenza vaccination coverage were observed in all occupational settings from the 2011-12 to 2012-13 seasons, coverage during these seasons was lowest among HCP working in LTCF.
In the case of those with a previous history of contact with an LTCF user in a country where MRSA is endemic, the doctor may be able to initiate activities before knowing culture results.
The logistics required in the isolation of positive patients, monitoring antibiotic-drug use, overseeing hand washing, and environmental cleaning in an LTCF is daunting.
37) Of particular interest, LTCF staff vaccination rates seem to be more important than resident vaccination rates in reducing mortality as a result of influenza.
One rough estimate of the national monetary value of unused drugs in LTCFs is US$73-378 million (OSU 2000a); statistically based estimates are difficult to compile because of the proprietary nature of the industry.
It appears no specific role has been earmarked for the LTCF in future power projects.