De Hospital general a hospital amigo del niño [carta] / R. Satpathy, Sumitra Ratho
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Profile of community- and hospital-acquired pneumonia cases admitted to Basra General Hospital, Iraq Al Ghizawi, G.J.; Al Sulami, A.A.; Al Taher, S.S. (2007)Over an 18- month period 485 throat swabs and sputum samples were taken from patients admitted to Basra General Hospital, Iraq, with a clinical diagnosis of pneumonia. Most patients [94.0%] had community- acquired pneumonia; 29 [6.0%] had hospital- acquired pneumonia. Patients aged </= 15 years and males had the highest incidence of pneumonia. Cases were analysed by type of pneumonia: bronchial [76.3%] versus lobar [23.7%], and primary [81.0%] versus secondary [19.0%]. The most common pathogen was Streptococcus pneumoniae [43.9%] followed by ...
Al Tehewy, M.; Shehad, E.; Al Gaafary, M.; Al Houssiny, M.; Nabih, D.; Salem, B. (2009)We measured the rate of inappropriate admissions, and associated factors, in 3 general hospitals in Egypt. A total of 1191 admissions were reviewed using the Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol for adult patients and the Pediatric Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol for paediatric patients. Inappropriate admissions were 66.3% and 78.9% of admissions in the surgery departments of 2 hospitals compared with 1.9% in the 3rd hospital that followed a specific admission protocol for elective surgery. The paediatrics department had the lowest rates of ...
Satpathy, R; Ratho, Sumitra (1998)