type of care

type of care

A UK term of art referring to the format of healthcare being provided, whether inpatient, outpatient, day case, etc.
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The ChTeau Du Tillet Is A Health Facility Which Hosts An Activity Sanitary Type Of Care Aftercare And Rehabilitation.
Coughlin, a nurse and consultant who specializes in trauma-informed, age-appropriate care in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), outlines evidence-based guidelines and clinical practice recommendations for this type of care in the NICU.
Nobody knows what the future holds and this type of care could be required by someone you know or even yourself.
com)-- Fairfax home care agency, Caring Hands Matters is offering professional home care evaluations in order to help families determine what type of care is needed for their loved one.
Palliative care specialists can be involved at the beginning of a serious illness or any time during the course of serious illness, whether the condition is curable or not--this type of care isn't actually dependent on prognosis, meaning that it can be provided at the same time as treatment.
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Authorities declined to say what type of care the nurse provided to Thomas Eric Duncan, who was diagnosed with Ebola after coming to the US from Liberia.
The intention is to then inform social services of the number of these type of care arrangements currently existing in the borough and to inform social services.
Patients normally receive this type of care in hospital, a hospice or in a care home.
The plan might be different from the type of care normally covered by the policy.
Among those not receiving this type of care, 61% said they believe it would improve their health, and nearly three-quarters of surveyed seniors reported that they want this type of care, the survey showed.
Why take this kind of job when she was clearly incapable and unable to understand the needs and type of care children with disabilities need?