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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Inhospitable.

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  • OmniPage Pro 11:. ` lh in - 'on what inhospital, le co-st,

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  • That was the most common reason for declining inhospital vaccination.

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  • The study found that if all hospitals, among the 19 states studied, performed at the level of best-performing hospitals, 176,654 women may have avoided developing one or more inhospital major obstetric complications during the period studied

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  • James and colleagues had noted that previous studies found that patients with a primary diagnosis of renal failure had a 34% higher risk of adjusted inhospital mortality when admitted on a weekend compared with a weekday.

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  • In addition, the authors were able to identify only inhospital mortality and may have misclassified the outcome of patients who died after transfer to another acute, intermediate, or skilled nursing facility.

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  • Headded: 'We went to play in the African Nations Cup and suffered aterrorist attack where two people died, our goalkeeper is still inhospital and we don't know if he can play again, some players havebullets in their body - and we got banned.

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  • Overall, only 2.8% of hospitalizations in the cohort were associated with acute kidney injury, but these hospitalizations were substantially longer (14.6 versus 5.5 days) and associated with higher inhospital mortality rates (18.9% versus 2.5%).

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  • If all hospitals in the 19 states studied performed at the level of the best-performing hospitals from 2006 through 2008, 176,654 women may have avoided one or more inhospital major obstetric complications.

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  • In unadjusted data from the trials, earlier surgery also reduced risk of inhospital pneumonia

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  • Between 2005 and 2007 there were 97,755 actual inhospital deaths that occurred among patients who experienced one or more of the 15 patient safety events.

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