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Hospital readmissions. We'll meet again.
- A. Levy, K. Alsop, M. Hehir, V. Lock, R. Greenwood, G. Tobin
- The Health service journal
- 5 October 2000
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 to… Expand
Charting v computers in a postoperative cardiothoracic ITU.
Short-Term Ventilation of Critically Ill Patients in Recovery
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 being… Expand
The computer-an aid to intensive therapy nursing.
- G. Tobin
- Nursing mirror and midwives journal
- 30 January 1975
Nurse — Patient — Computer Interaction
- G. Tobin
The computer assisted charting and monitoring system was first introduced in May 1971. Expand
We'll meet again. Readmissions are often painted as an aviodable conequence of poor management, but are they inevitable?
We'll meet again. "Goodbye and hello. Hospital readmissions: round and round we go"
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, and… Expand