If those qualities are present, success is likely regardless of the number of patients to whom he or she provides attending physician
He will also look for errors or omissions on charts, failure to inform the attending physician
, chart entries made long after a particular incident occurred, and failure to update or follow the resident's care plan.
The course recommendered by a medical consultant can be set aside by an attending physician
who does not wish to follow it; he or she will feel free to justify this decision in the progress notes.
THE DEFENSE The attending physician
claimed that he wasn't required to come to the hospital for 24 hours after the patient was admitted and that the resident didn't provide him with information that would have prompted him to come in and examine the patient.
Doctor's defense According to the nurse, attending physician
, and resident, fetal hypoxia was not evident, and the problems were caused by the anesthesiologist.
* The attending physician
remembers the patient has a history of a non-functional heart murmur.
Practices by the attending physician
staff that were never subject to management scrutiny before, such as reliance on the local emergency room at night and on weekends, standing orders for therapeutic diets, or care routines that are more rote than reasoned, may need to be reevaluated.
Study variables included patient and attending physician
demographics, length of stay in hospital before geriatric consultation, status of patient on discharge, level of expertise of consultant, number of diagnoses per patient, and types and number of recommendations per patient made by consultant and acted upon by attending physicians
Police rushed the victim to the Margosatubig Regional Hospital where the attending physician
declared him dead on arrival.
The attending physician
at the school referred the patient for orthopedic evaluation and x-ray.
The bill contains numerous safeguards and procedures to ensure the integrity and safety of the process, including: a patient must have a prognosis of six months or less to live in order to request and be prescribed medication under the bill; the bill defines a "terminal disease" as an irreversible disease that has been medically confirmed and will result in a patient's death within six months; it would cover: 1) an adult resident of New Jersey, 2) who is capable and has been determined by the patient's attending physician
and consulting physician to be suffering from a terminal disease, and 3) has voluntarily expressed a wish to die.