Katz and his colleagues suggest, -e.the determination of of the need for any special precautions such as arranging timely follow-up clinic visits for discharged patients at low risk or additional diagnostic testing in the emergency department prior to discharge.. Katz sounded a note of caution regarding discharge low-risk patients, although discharge does not lead to negative consequences, about 2 % of these patients were subsequently found.
The second study examined a subgroup of patients who had been admitted to hospital for an evaluation of possible ACS. Of these 544 patients, 372 were approved and admitted approved Cardiology in non-cardiological equipment. The researchers examined whether patients received recommended therapy in the emergency department and during hospitalization, patients were also evaluated in terms of 30-day outcome. Although the cardiology patients received more aggressive testing and treatment than the non – cardiac patients, the overall results were very similar.The registrar are well as accept payments by credit card . For more info about meeting, and any questions concerning registration, Contacts PDA .
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