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Year Number of Results
1947 1
1949 1
1950 3
1951 2
1952 2
1953 2
1954 1
1957 3
1958 3
1959 2
1960 3
1961 1
1962 2
1963 2
1964 3
1965 4
1974 1
1975 1
1979 8
1980 18
1981 21
1982 29
1983 14
1984 19
1985 15
1986 21
1987 40
1988 40
1989 28
1990 21
1991 30
1992 30
1993 33
1994 31
1995 40
1996 17
1997 23
1998 30
1999 32
2000 24
2001 26
2002 22
2003 24
2004 31
2005 27
2006 41
2007 47
2008 63
2009 65
2010 50
2011 53
2012 47
2013 76
2014 74
2015 72
2016 86
2017 69
2018 62
2019 31
2020 0
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To lock or not to lock patients'rooms: the key to autonomy?
Shoenfeld N, et al. Psychiatr Serv 2008. PMID 18832493
Many patients with schizophrenia experience prominent negative symptoms. Functional impairment often results in patients who remain in their rooms for most of the day. ...Within the context of a quality control evaluation, two self-report surveys were conducted among patients (N=20) and staff members (N=9) in Beer Yaakov, Israel: the first survey was given when the rooms were locked at certain times, and the second survey was given after the rooms had been unlocked for one week. ...
Many patients with schizophrenia experience prominent negative symptoms. Functional impairment often results in patients who r …
Single-Occupancy Patient Rooms: A Systematic Review of the Literature Since 2006.
Taylor E, et al. HERD 2018 - Review. PMID 29448834
AIM: Our review evaluated both the effects of single-occupancy patient rooms (SPRs) on patient outcomes for hospitalized adults and user opinion related to SPRs. ...
AIM: Our review evaluated both the effects of single-occupancy patient rooms (SPRs) on patient outcomes for hospitalized adults and u …
Do patients in hospitals benefit from single rooms? A literature review.
van de Glind I, et al. Health Policy 2007 - Review. PMID 17631979
The aim of this study is to review the literature on benefits of single patient rooms for patients. The following outcome measures were used: privacy and dignity, patient satisfaction with care, noise and quality of sleep, hospital infection rates, recovery rates, and patient safety issues. ...Too few sound studies were found to evaluate the effects of single patient rooms thoroughly. Future research should build the body of knowledge on single-bedded rooms in order to explore their impact on well-being and healing on both patients and staff. ...
The aim of this study is to review the literature on benefits of single patient rooms for patients. The following outcome meas …
Early identification of sepsis in hospital inpatients by ward nurses increases 30-day survival
Torsvik M, et al. Crit Care 2016 - Clinical Trial. PMID 27492089 Free PMC article.
All patients with confirmed bloodstream infection have been prospectively registered continuously since 1994. Severity of sepsis, observation frequency of vital signs, treatment data, length of stay (LOS) in high dependency and intensive care units, and mortality were retrospectively registered from the patients' medical journals. ...CONCLUSIONS: In a cohort with stable mortality rates, early sepsis recognition by ward nurses may have reduced progression of disease and improved survival for patients in hospital with sepsis....
All patients with confirmed bloodstream infection have been prospectively registered continuously since 1994. Severity of sepsis, obs …
Hospital Rooms.
White N. J Vis Commun Med 2018. PMID 29987952
Letter to the Editors
Taylor E. HERD 2018. PMID 29301405
Designing Safe Patient Rooms.
Stichler JF. HERD 2017. PMID 29056093
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