Social future of elderly admitted to acute care hospital: opinion of patient or family as predictive factor of subsequent transfer to long term care

March 1987
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);3/7/1987, Vol. 294 Issue 6572, p608
Academic Journal
Evaluates the medical treatment for elderly admitted to acute care hospitals in Great Britain. Hypothesis on factors contributing the discharge of patients; Assessment for the need of long term care; Statistics on the distribution of predictive factors of outcome of patients.


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