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length

noun breadth, continuance, dimension, distance lengthwise, elongation, expanse, expansion, extensiveness, extent, lengthiness, limit, long-windedness, magnitude, measure, measurement, proportion, range, reach, size, span, stretch
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The adjusted figures showed that length of stay was 31.
These diseases and lifestyle risk factors were then described in relation to patient length of stay and number of comorbidities, with a focus on HIV-positive patients and HIV/TB co-infected patients.
and length of stay, this Article seeks to transcend the dominant lines
In addition, a correlation with the length of stay index, defined as observed over expected LOS, was performed.
Patients with an anxiety disorder were 16% more likely to have a prolonged length of stay and 10% more likely to have a complication.
The information so obtained was used to derive bed utilization, with regard to, average length of stay, daily average beds occupied, and bed occupancy rate.
Some wealth managers said that increasing length of stay also increased interest in local property investments.
chief of cardiothoracic surgery and co-director of the Cardiovascular Institute at Rhode Island, The Miriam and Newport hospitals, said that they focused the study on patients having aortic dissection and found that the odds of dying following this procedure were greatly reduced during the waning full moon, and that length of stay was also reduced during the full moon.
Graph 1 depicts the percentage of total variability in risk-adjusted excess length of stay (defined as observed length of stay minus expected length of stay) that is attributable to physician practice patterns for clinical conditions that have an opportunity for improvement.
Indian guests amounted to 10,754, which was up 16 per cent on February 2012, and translated into 54,418 guest nights - a 54 per cent rise- and an average length of stay of 3.
The present study explored the difference in acculturative stress and health with varying length of stay and examined length of stay as a significant predictor of acculturative stress and health.
Six percent of these women also commented that their length of stay was insufficient (Health Services Consumer Research, 2008).