patient details

patient details

A generic UK term for personal patient-identifiable details, including name(s) address, phone, sex, marital status, NHS number, etc.
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Wrong documentation of patient details or wrong direction given by the sample collection personnel to the patient for preparedness can influence a lab report.
General practices are able to provide a safe, private and comfortable setting to discuss confidential patient details prior to the administration of a vaccine.
Mr Barton said: "She (Tollitt) escorted him to the operating theatre and appears to have attempted to check patient details while walking down the corridor, but clearly did not complete that process.
Once the order is verified as safe through a simple tap of a button, a robot carefully selects the medication and marks it with a label that specifies the dosage, drug name and patient details.
Staff can now access a single electronic file for community and mental health patient details whether treating the patient at home or in hospital.
Dragon Dictate Medical for Mac adapts to a clinician's voice and words over time, ensuring greater accuracy of patient details and information.
Whilst we are unable to comment on individual patient details, we can confirm that we have been contacted by Ms Dixon's solicitors and will cooperate fully with them.
The Scottish Government said: "These volunteers will not be involved in clinical care or handling confidential patient details in any way.
The assigned doctor reviews the patient details and performs consultation with the patient remotely using a video session launched through BlackBerry messenger (BBM).
Ernesto Villalon, National Leprosy Control Program Manager, said this technology will enable healthcare practitioners to refer possible leprosy patients by simply sending a photo of skin lesion and patient details through their mobile phone.
Check that you have written the correct patient details Hospital booking clerks waste a great deal of invaluable time trying to identify a patient from an incorrect name, address, date of birth or GP on an optometrist's referral letter.
Its report stated this is "the preferred method of communication to gather more accurate patient details and information".

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