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1993 20
1994 29
1995 22
1996 26
1997 41
1998 35
1999 40
2000 51
2001 42
2002 35
2003 63
2004 59
2005 42
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Updating and validating the Charlson comorbidity index and score for risk adjustment in hospital discharge abstracts using data from 6 countries.
Quan H, et al. Am J Epidemiol 2011. PMID 21330339
With advances in the effectiveness of treatment and disease management, the contribution of chronic comorbid diseases (comorbidities) found within the Charlson comorbidity index to mortality is likely to have changed since development of the index in 1984. ...They applied the updated index and weights to hospital discharge data from 6 countries and tested for their ability to predict in-hospital mortality. ...
With advances in the effectiveness of treatment and disease management, the contribution of chronic comorbid diseases (comorbi …
Discharge Planning and Hospital Readmissions.
Henke RM, et al. Med Care Res Rev 2017. PMID 27147642
Data from the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems measured discharge-planning quality at the hospital level. A generalized linear mixed model was used to estimate the contribution of patient and hospital characteristics to 30-day all-cause and same-hospital readmissions. ...
Data from the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems measured discharge-planning quality at the hospital le …
Long-Term Outcomes Among Patients Discharged From the Hospital With Moderate Anemia: A Retrospective Cohort Study.
Roubinian NH, et al. Ann Intern Med 2019 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30557414 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: To describe the prevalence of anemia at and after hospital discharge and associated morbidity and mortality events. ...Generalized estimating equations were used to examine trends over time, accounting for correlated observations and patient-level covariates. ...
OBJECTIVE: To describe the prevalence of anemia at and after hospital discharge and associated morbidity and mortality events. ...Gen …
Association of Weekend Admission and Weekend Discharge with Length of Stay and 30-Day Readmission in Children's Hospitals.
Markham JL, et al. J Hosp Med 2019 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30379138
Patient characteristics (ie, number of chronic conditions) were more strongly associated with LOS and readmission risk than weekend admission or discharge. CONCLUSIONS: Patient-level factors (ie, clinical and demographic characteristics) are more indicative of longer LOS and readmission risk than weekend admissions or discharges. ...
Patient characteristics (ie, number of chronic conditions) were more strongly associated with LOS and readmission risk than weekend a
[Quality of perinatal statistics from hospital discharge data: comparison with civil registration and the 2010 National Perinatal Survey].
Quantin C, et al. J Gynecol Obstet Biol Reprod (Paris) 2014. PMID 24135017 French. Free article.
There were marked differences for the percentage of birth weights<2500g and for maternal diseases. CONCLUSION: The routine use of the PMSI for some indicators for follow-up purposes is foreseeable. Validation studies are still necessary for maternal diseases, for which recording is less standardized....
There were marked differences for the percentage of birth weights<2500g and for maternal diseases. CONCLUSION: The routine …
Cognitive Function 3 and 12 Months After ICU Discharge-A Prospective Cohort Study.
Estrup S, et al. Crit Care Med 2018. PMID 30188383
OBJECTIVES: Studies have shown impaired cognitive function after ICU discharge. We aimed to describe long-term cognitive function in Danish ICU patients. ...INTERVENTION: Three and 12 months after discharge, the patients were visited at home and tested with the Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status. ...
OBJECTIVES: Studies have shown impaired cognitive function after ICU discharge. We aimed to describe long-term cognitive function in …
Fall Risk, Supports and Services, and Falls Following a Nursing Home Discharge.
Noureldin M, et al. Gerontologist 2018. PMID 28958032
In the SEM model, high-risk medications use and fall concerns/history had direct positive effects on falling. Receiving supports/services did not affect falling directly; however, it reduced the effect of high-risk medication use on falling (p < .05). DISCUSSION AND IMPLICATIONS: Within the context of a state-implemented transition program, findings highlight the importance of supports/services in mitigating against medication-related risk of falling post NH discharge....
In the SEM model, high-risk medications use and fall concerns/history had direct positive effects on falling. Receiving supports/serv …
Common Diagnoses among Refugee Populations: Linked Results with Statewide Hospital Discharge Database.
Xu K, et al. Ann Glob Health 2018. PMID 30835394 Free PMC article.
METHODS: Statewide linkage was performed between Nebraska Medicaid Program's immigration data, and 2011-2015 Nebraska hospital discharge data inpatient and outpatient files. ...FINDINGS: Refugee patients were at increased risk for a number of diagnoses or medical conditions, including pregnancy complications, abdominal pain, upper respiratory infections, viral infections, mood disorders, disorders of teeth and jaw, deficiency and anemia, urinary system disorders, headache, nausea and vomiting, limb fractures, spondylosis, essential hypertension, and uncomplicated diabetes mellitus. ...
METHODS: Statewide linkage was performed between Nebraska Medicaid Program's immigration data, and 2011-2015 Nebraska hospital discharge
Paediatric postdischarge mortality in developing countries: a systematic review
Nemetchek B, et al. BMJ Open 2018. PMID 30593550 Free PMC article.
The primary subpopulations included malnutrition, respiratory infections, diarrhoeal diseases, malaria and anaemia. The anaemia and malaria subpopulations had the lowest PDM rates (typically 1%-2%), while those with malnutrition and respiratory infections had the highest (typically 3%-20%). ...Most children who die following discharge do so at home, suggesting that interventions applied prior to discharge are ideal to addressing this neglected cause of mortality. ...
The primary subpopulations included malnutrition, respiratory infections, diarrhoeal diseases, malaria and anaemia. The anaemi …
Early availability of laboratory results increases same day ward discharge rates.
Cornes MP, et al. Clin Chem Lab Med 2018. PMID 29924733
Consequently, new patients wait for the beds of patients who are fit to be discharged. Earlier discharge may, therefore, improve patient flow. We investigated the impact of early phlebotomy with early availability of laboratory results on patient discharge rates and discharge time. ...
Consequently, new patients wait for the beds of patients who are fit to be discharged. Earlier discharge may, therefore, impro …
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