hospitalized person

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Though the condition of the hospitalized person was not available, Lake County sheriff's office officials said there had been no major injuries in the crash.
On some occasions, the hospitalized person was critically or terminally ill.
On 8 May 2001, the Macon County Health Department in central Illinois was notified of a hospitalized person with respiratory symptoms who was employed at a landfill in Macon County.
Severe influenza was defined as any case confirmed by reverse transcription PCR in a hospitalized person. The National Ministry of Health provided oseltavimir to every patient >5 years of age who had ILI.
All hospitalized persons contacted with meat of the infected animal.
FluSurv-NET data have also been used to evaluate prescription of antiviral medication for hospitalized persons in the United States (17,18).
These preventive approaches provide evidence-based models to improve processes of care for older hospitalized persons. The fact that these approaches are so effective for prevention of delirium, falls and institutionalization provides strong support for their importance in the setting of accountable, cost-effective care.
One of the six hospitalized persons was not interviewed.
(Spending for hospitalized persons shown in Table 3 includes both inhospital and out-of-hospital expenditures.) [Tabular data omitted]
1) the provision of services by the Contractor to the Employer in terms of daily production of meals for patients Employer in amounts resulting from the actual number of hospitalized persons with regard to dietary recommendations,
The reported cases therefore may not be representative of all hospitalized persons with pandemic (H1N1) 2009 in Kenya.
Of the 17 hospitalized persons, nine were admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU), five were admitted to a general floor, and three were admitted directly to a psychiatric unit.