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Hospital readmissions. We'll meet again.
A 12-month study of emergency medical admissions at one trust suggests most readmissions could not be avoided. The re-admission rate within 28 days was 10 per cent, of which 5 per cent were found toExpand
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Short-Term Ventilation of Critically Ill Patients in Recovery
  • D. Ryan, G. Tobin
  • Medicine
  • British journal of perioperative nursing : the…
  • 1 May 2003
There is often a shortfall of critical care facilities which can result in a number of patients who need management in intensive care units (ICUs) being treated in a recovery unit prior to beingExpand
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The computer-an aid to intensive therapy nursing.
  • G. Tobin
  • Medicine
  • Nursing mirror and midwives journal
  • 30 January 1975
Nurse — Patient — Computer Interaction
The computer assisted charting and monitoring system was first introduced in May 1971. Expand
Westminster hospital computer system User attitudes.
Development of computer-assisted patient monitoring began at Westminster Hospital in early 1971. The system handles fluid balance measurements from data input to the system by keyboards, andExpand
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