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Published by Royal College of Physicians of London in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Neurological nursing -- Great Britain.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliography.

ContributionsRoyal College of Physicians of London.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,32p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22815647M
ISBN 101860160301
OCLC/WorldCa35666020

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  In this chapter, I consider the following principal themes: (1) The need to distinguish demands for health care from need. (2) The evidence for a growing demand for neurological care. (3) The evidence for the effectiveness of specialists, and of neurologists in particular. (4) What neurologists set out to do. (5) Different ways of meeting the need and demand for neurological by: 3.   The district general hospital as a resource for the provision of neurological services. Summary of a report of a Working Party of the Royal College of Physicians. J R Coll Physicians Lond ; – Cited by: 8.   Royal College of Physicians: The district general hospital as a resource for the provision of Neurological Services. , London: Royal College of Physicians Google Scholar Cited by: The notes of all adult inpatient in a district general hospital were reviewed to identify all those with a neurological disorder. Over 40% of inpatients on medical wards and 4% on surgical wards.

The district general hospital as a resource for the provision of neurological services (RCP, ) Acute neurological emergencies in adults (ABN, ) Local Adult neurology services for the next decade (RCP/ABN, ) Acute neurology services survey (ABN, ) Acute neurology. The district general hospital as a resource for the provision of neurology services. London: RCP, 5. Association of British Neurologists. Acute neurological emergencies in adults. London: ABN, 6. Royal College of Physicians of London and the Association of British Neurologists. Local adult neurology services for the next decade.   Mallik MU, Parvez SI. In: Year Book Azad KAK, editor. Department of Medicine, Dhaka Medical Colledge Hospital. Publisher: Beximco Pharma; Disease profile Internal Medicine. [Google Scholar] Royal College of Physicians. The district general hospital as a resource for the provision of Neurological Services.   In , a total of 67, adult patients, presented to the hospital's ER, the corresponding number for w adult patients. During the study period, a total of patients required neurological examination in the ER, a number corresponding to % of all ER patients during that time period.

Objectives: The ABN has published standards of care for patients with acute neurological disease. Derriford Hospital provides a 24 hour neurology intake service to a population of with the equivalent of four consultants, three specialist registrars (SpRs), and four senior house officers (SHOs) with a 37 bed ward. The pattern of neurological disease at Keny-atta National Hospital. East African Medical Journal, , – Playford ED, Crawford P, Monro PS. A survey of neurological disability at a district general hospital. British Journal of Clini-cal Practice, , – Lampl C et al. Hospitalization of patients with neurological. Objectives: The ABN has published standards of care for patients with acute neurological disease. Derriford Hospital provides a 24 hour neurology intake service to a population of with the equivalent of four consultants, three specialist registrars (SpRs), and four senior house officers (SHOs) with a 37 bed ward. The authors undertook a prospective study of all neurology admissions to. The District General Hospital as a Resource for the Provision of Neurological Services BAKER, M., et al () The District General Hospital as a Resource for the Provision of Neurological.