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Synonyms for length

the measure of how far or long something goes in space, time, or degree

an extent, measured or unmeasured, of linear space

the ultimate point to which an action, thought, discussion, or policy is carried

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the property of being the extent of something from beginning to end

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size of the gap between two places

a section of something that is long and narrow

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Looking at the 10 most prevalent diseases, patients with current TB were found to have the greatest average length of stay (7.
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The actual length of stay was longer for those admitted with a psychiatric diagnosis vs.
Patients with schizophrenia were 77% more likely to have a prolonged length of stay, 3% more likely to die, and 28% more likely to have a complication.
Average length of stay (Table 3), was more in patients undergoing surgery for esophageal carcinoma 18.
They also studied the relationship of the lunar cycle on patients' length of stay.
Engaging physicians to explore and standardize practice patterns in order to reduce variability in risk-adjusted excess length of stay for back and neck procedures is the strategy of choice for this clinical condition, since physician practice patterns account for 93.
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The use of telemedicine in intensive care units lowered mortality rates by 20 percent and cut the average length of stay by 1.
The specific factors within insurance contracts include negotiated reimbursements, which often vary depending on a number of additional factors, such as length of stay, classifications of outpatient versus inpatient, short-stay trim effects, and other potentially negotiable factors.
We found that patients with mental health conditions consistently have longer average length of stay when admitted but the choice of algorithm used to calculate length of stay from VHA data affects conclusions about the size of this difference.
Patient falls incurred the greatest increase in length of stay (34% longer), followed by medication events (26%), loss/exposure (25%), behavioral problems (21%), treatment (13%), and equipment (10%).
Renal dysfunction and insulin dependency are the highest risk factors for prolonged length of stay following lobectomy for lung cancer, according to a database study of almost 5,000 such operations.
Blood samples were collected and assayed for D-dimer levels and were correlated with the clinical, laboratory and electrocardiographic findings on admission, as well as with the catheterization findings and with hospital length of stay.