The developed countries first established the network of acute coronary Care
unit all over the country part of their cardiac departments of the General hospitals.
Material and Methods: All the patients who underwent ventilatory support in coronary care
unit during our study period were included using consecutive sampling.
And doctors said the Frenchman should be well enough to leave the coronary care
unit at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital by the end of the week.
I am sure it was 1989 and I was a staff nurse at Greenlane Hospital's coronary care
Well done to the paramedic ambulance service and a special big thank you to James Cook University Hospital, all doctors and nurses of the coronary care
unit and, last but not least, the NHS in general.
units were often carpeted, but this was not suitable for the surgical units, which had to contend with the spillage of noxious and unsavory fluids onto the floor and the sepsis that could result.
More than 100 opponents of plans to withdraw services at Llandudno Hospital in North Wales held a rally yesterday, protesting against plans to move coronary care
and breast surgery services from the site.
I WRITE to say that I fully agree with the letter from Viv Jenkins about his treatment in the Coronary Care
Unit and Ward C3 at the University Hospital of Wales.
Glendale Adventist received 12 awards from PRC, a national health care marketing research company: three in patient satisfaction for its outpatient radiology, MRI Coronary Care
Unit and Emergency Department; four in physician satisfaction; and five in employee satisfaction.
In the San Francisco coronary care
unit, she displayed a smile, admired my blouse, wondered why I'd come all the way to see her in a hospital bed.
READER William Smith of Buckie should be made aware that the request for donations of 'at least a pound' to the British Heart Foundation only applies during a promotion to raise funds for Coronary Care
The need for new approaches to coronary prevention going beyond statin therapy becomes obvious to anyone visiting a coronary care
unit, he added.
1] Projected over the 1 1/2 million coronary care
unit (CCU) admissions experienced annually, this represents a substantial strain on a relatively scarce resource.
James Zimmer of the University of Rochester Medical Center, as well as representatives of HCFA, claimed that skilled nursing facilities can assume a large amount of the respiratory and coronary care
provided by hospitals with only a relatively small investment in acute care nursing skills, intravenous and ventilator therapy, and more intensive monitoring.
The Case for Intensive Dissemination: Adoption of Practice Guidelines in the Coronary Care