Hospitalization[edit]. In 1933, O'Keeffe was hospitalized for two months after having suffered a nervous breakdown, largely ...
1950-1958: Post-hospitalization and comeback attempt[edit]. On March 23, 1950, at her parents' request, Farmer was paroled back ...
Hospitalization[edit]. Hospitalization allows the patient to be in a secure, supervised environment to prevent the suicidal ... Hospitalization may also be treatment option if an individual: *Has access to lethal means (e.g., a firearm or a stockpile of ... The main treatments include: therapy, hospitalization, outpatient treatment, and medication or other modalities.[1] ...
Hospitalization and release[edit]. On October 26, 2014, Khaled was moved to a private hospital where he continued his detention ...
Referrals and voluntary hospitalization[edit]. In some locations, such as the United States, voluntary hospitalizations are ... find appropriate alternatives to psychiatric hospitalization for the patient, and to treat those patients whose symptoms can be ... outnumbered by involuntary commitments partly due to the fact that insurance tends not to pay for hospitalization unless an ...
Diagnosis and hospitalizations[edit]. In 1996, Ruiz's liver began to fail leading to a hospitalization and a temporary coma, ... which resulted in three hospitalizations that lasted for months and extended throughout August.[43] The worst of these bouts ...
Hospitalization. Lupus.[medical citation needed] The diagnosis can typically be made from the clinical appearance alone, but ...
Hospitalization". popculture.com. 9 January 2021. Antonio Sabato at IMDb v t e. ...
... hospitalization rates, and morbidity at the time of hospitalization. An analysis of Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System ... increase in hospitalizations and 9% increase in hospitalizations with a psychiatric diagnosis, 5.3% increase in utilizing ... hospitalization; maternity and newborn care; mental health and substance use disorder services, including behavioral health ... discharge data from 2012 to 2014 in four Medicaid expansion states and two non-expansion states revealed hospitalizations of ...
Hospitalization. [inpatient care] Maternity and newborn care Mental health and substance use disorder services, including ...
Hospitalization of a parent. 55 Jail sentence of parent for over 30 days. 53 ...
Hospitalization (initial or prolonged). *Disability - significant, persistent, or permanent change, impairment, damage or ... during hospitalization.[21] A study showed that 48% of patients had an adverse drug reaction to at least one drug, and ...
Hospitalization may be required. Psychotherapy may improve outcomes. Evidence for acupressure is poor. While vomiting in ... Home treatment is often less expensive than long-term or repeated hospitalizations. A number of antiemetics are effective and ...
Hospitalization at Dachau". Retrieved 2 June 2015. Typhus Epidemic Sweeping Camp. INS International News Service New Castle ...
"Hospitalization Report" (PDF). 18 November 2004. Retrieved 22 November 2015. "Palestinians may exhume Yasser Arafat's body for ...
Negro Hospitalization, 1937. The Health Status and Needs of the Negro Adolescent, 1940. The Health Status of Negro Workers in ...
Dobbs required hospitalization. Past Mount Hope, the tornado weakened to EF3 strength. More trees were found snapped and ...
He required hospitalization. Near Tammun (Tubas), Israeli authorities confiscated a water tank and agricultural vehicle from ... Dozens of Gazans were injured, and 15 required hospitalization, when ordnance left over from the 2014 Gaza war exploded while ... 5 May According to Palestinian sources, a Palestinian farmer, Hammad Dweikat (48) required hospitalization after being severely ... were shot by Israeli forces and required hospitalization. 18 April Settler bulldozers reportedly lifted large quantities of ...
He required hospitalization. 6 Palestinians were shot by Israeli live fire and a further 3 were wounded by rubber-coated steel ... Qabaha was injured and required hospitalization. In all, it is said 10 vehicles were damaged. A Palestinian woman from Isawiya ...
Lerner, Jacob (19 May 2005). "Psychiatric Hospitalization" (PDF). Statistical Annual 2004 (in Hebrew and English). Israel ... Rights in Israel stated that private psychiatric hospitals were holding 70 individuals who no longer needed hospitalization, ...
He required hospitalization. The film's climax was shot in Poland at the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. Khan wanted ...
Pascu refused hospitalization.[citation needed] His only request was to be administrated something in order to get some sleep, ...
2018 hospitalization. On March 2, 2018, Ross was hospitalized after being found unresponsive in his Miami, Florida, home from a ...
Hospitalization is not necessary. Sand, M., et al. (2007). Epiploic appendagitis - clinical characteristics of an uncommon ...
Hospitalization is often required. The fatality rate is around 10% for healthy persons and 25% for those with underlying ... An estimated 8,000-18,000 cases a year in the United States require hospitalization. Outbreaks of disease account for a ...
1,072 lead to hospitalization and 150 lead to death. Indiana: The state's number of coronavirus cases increases to 4,944 with ... 26 cases involved hospitalization. Governor DeWine announces 181 Divisions of Motor Vehicle locations will close until further ... The state announced they have 114 cases of COVID-19, with 20 hospitalizations. Vice President Mike Pence and his wife test ... Ohio: Ohio has 1,933 cases of COVID-19, including 475 that resulted in hospitalization and 39 that resulted in death. Governor ...
Hospitalization of Luis Miguel. Extratv.warnerbros.com (16 April 2010). Retrieved on 13 August 2011. "Luis Miguel Surrenders to ... The cause of the hospitalization was not disclosed. On 2 May 2017, Luis Miguel surrendered himself to the U.S. Marshals ...
Taylor VM, Deyo RA, Cherkin DC, Kreuter W (Jun 1994). "Low back pain hospitalization. Recent United States trends and regional ...
"COVID-19 Hospitalization Utilization". Illinois Department of Public Health. Retrieved April 15, 2020. "Chicago woman infects ... hospitalizations climbing". Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved November 14, 2020. "Illinois passes 11,000 total COVID-19 deaths, ...