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In France, the standard double bed size is 160 x 200 cms (5ft 3in x 6ft 6in), but unfortunately many UK house builders build too many new houses and apartments with the main bedroom designed only for a 4ft 6in bed.
Neither bed size nor hospital teaching status was a significant predictor of antibacterial use.
Bed size measures 40"x27" and machining area 40"x27"x8".
Edward is one of only three hospitals in the country in its bed size category of 300-449 beds to get the same award.
Members of the Nimble Thimbles quilting circle donated 13 quilts - ranging from bed size to baby size - to the shelter, many of whose clients arrive with only the clothes on their backs.
The difference between models is the bed size and the maximum workpiece size that can be cut on each machine.
4) On enrollment into the Q-Probes Program, each participating institution submitted certain demographic information, including their geographic location, teaching status, residency program status, occupied bed size, and laboratory accreditation status.
99 for the single bed size, from Texstyle WorldStriped for action .
The disadvantage is that per discharge statistics apply only to hospitals above a certain bed size.
Specialty hospitals, of which there are 443, have 33,380 beds and an average bed size of 75.
Since the information theory index is greater for hospitals that deviate more from the average, the very large or very small hospitals should have higher values than those of average bed size -- and presumably average case mix.
As mentioned, this study determined relationships between the following variables: (1) salary and facility type, (2) salary and level of education, (3) education and facility type, (4) salary and facility bed size, and (5) education and facility bed size.