- n. Plural form of outpatient.
“Diagnostic evaluation of inpatients and outpatients is supported by a well-equipped flexible bronchoscopy facility, as well as state-of-the-art pulmonary function testing and sleep disorders laboratories which comprehensively serve to assess lung function and respiratory nocturnal disorders in infants and older children.”
“People waiting for consultations or procedures not admitted to hospital are defined as outpatients, but the data is not officially recorded or declared.”
“Mr Rudd is also likely to press for federal financing control over outside-hospital services such as outpatients and community health centres in order to integrate Medicare services.”
“The researchers did not count suspected suicides, nor did they include children with psychiatric or developmental disorders who were treated before the parent's death or as outpatients, meaning the effects of parental suicide may be even more profound than the study suggests.”
“An expatriate friend of mine spent a week in "outpatients" after having the misfortune of flying a small aeroplane in to the sea.”
“Today, it treats about 775,000 outpatients annually, and has an inpatient load of about 150.”
“For those without insurance, however, three in four are treated as outpatients.”
“Other researchers discovered a disturbing trend among the over 13,000 visits of outpatients with mental disorder diagnoses: the number of psychotropic medications prescribed increased in successive years.”
“This study included 91 outpatients with moderate to severe depression who received an individually chosen homeopathic medicine or fluoxetine (Prozac) 20 mg/day (up to 40 mg/day) in a prospective, randomized, double-blind double-dummy eight week trial.”
“At Memorial Sloan-Kettering, treatment for inpatients is available at no extra charge; outpatients pay $90 to $110 a session.”
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