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Ross, above, and Davies, top However, the pair were readmitted to the Tories last month and took part in diversity training by anti-sectarian charity Nil By Mouth.
The most common associated diagnosis among readmitted patients was psychiatric disease, followed by hypertensive disease.
In most cases the cause of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia was undetermined (19/26 (73%) of readmitted babies compared to 32/38 (84%) in "in-hospital" babies (p = 0.
1 percent of CDI patients were readmitted after 30 days versus 14.
Hospitals in Wales have seen patients readmitted due to alcohol on more than 3,000 occasions, with soaring rates seen among pensioners.
Currently, 13% of those over 75 are readmitted to hospital within three months.
The team analyzed data of 31,903 lupus patients readmitted between 2008 and 2009 from 5 states - California, Florida, New York, Utah and Washington.
Patients with conditions targeted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, such as myocardial infarction, heart failure, and pneumonia, were 55% less likely to be readmitted and those with non-CMS target conditions were 26% less likely to be readmitted
It found that 5% of babies born in private hospitals suffered birth trauma such as damaged scalps, jaundice or broken bones, and were readmitted to hospital within 28 days.
0%) presented to an ED 112 times within 90 days, and 14 of these patients were readmitted to hospital, with an additional patient readmitted directly; thus, a total of 15 (4.
She is believed to have taken the drastic step for fear that time was running out for her husband to be readmitted to his job, and also because of severe financial constraints of the family caused by Joseph's loss of employment.
In an effort to pay for better performance, the federal government is penalizing 169 Texas hospitals that had the highest rates of Medicare patients readmitted within 30 days of being treated for heart failure, heart attacks or pneumonia.