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|Series||Research paper / National Association of Health Authorities and Trusts -- no.20, Research paper -- no.20.|
|Contributions||National Association of Health Authorities and Trusts., British Association of Medical Managers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
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Emergency Admission. There are times when a person's medical situation necessitates an emergency admission. Patients can come to the emergency room from a variety of settings. Home or Community Setting An individual may be at home and have an accident or begin to experience symptoms such as shortness of breath or chest pain. Buy the Paperback Book Emergency Admissions: Memoirs Of An Ambulance Driver by Kit Wharton at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.
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Attending an Emergency Department is associated with a high risk of admission for older people. Not only are older people admitted to hospital more frequently but they stay in hospital longer than other patient groups.
The Silver Book recommends ways in which emergency admissions can be reduced and the experience of those admitted improved.
emergency admission: An NHS term of art for an unplanned, often urgent admission (often via A&E), which occurs when a patient is admitted at the earliest possible time; generally understood to include at least one overnight stay on short notice because of clinical need or.
Plan Activation. In the event of an emergency the Emergency Director, in consultation with the Incident Coordinator and other event appropriate staff, will determine the level of the emergency and activate plans to the extent necessary to control the situation.
Editor —Morgan et al conclude that the rise in emergency admissions is an artefact that is almost entirely attributable to the increased reporting of internal transfers of patients after admission. They suggest that extrapolation from Kendrick's Scottish data up to is seriously misleading for the interpretation of more recent trends.
Kendrick showed that in Scotland surgical Cited by: 7. A&E Attendances and Emergency Admissions. The Weekly and Monthly A&E Attendances and Emergency Admissions collection collects the total number of attendances in the specified period for all A&E types, including Minor Injury Units and Walk-in Centres, and of these, the number discharged, admitted or transferred within four hours of arrival.
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Chapter: Introduction – Comparative Emergency Management: Understanding Disaster Policies, Organizations, and Initiatives from Around the World.Emergency Admissions Unit: A short-stay ward in the UK which enables staff to assess patients admitted as an emergency before deciding—based on tests or imaging—whether to discharge them or transfer them to an appropriate ward in hospital for further treatment.
EAUs are staffed by a dedicated doctor of the day and a team of medical staff based.The Silver Book recommends ways in which emergency admissions can be reduced and the experience of those admitted improved.
It considers all the clinical contacts which a patient might have during an emergency and suggests minimum standards and responses.