Indications for Admission of Patients to Inpatient Beds of a Hospital – ROJoson’s TPORs

ROJoson Medical Clinic

ROJoson’s Thoughts, Perceptions, Opinions, and Recommendations (as of July 3, 2014):

Indications for admission of patients to a hospital’s inpatient beds:

  1.     Medical disorders with a severity degree that are dangerous to manage at home
  2.     Medical disorders that need close monitoring by physicians for diagnostic purpose
  3.     Non-surgical disorders that usually need hospital confinement because of safety and convenience on the part of the patients
  4.     Surgical disorders that usually need hospital confinement because of safety and convenience on the part of the patients
  5.     Wish of the patients and/or relatives primarily for convenience (such as need for external caregiver, long travel distance, etc.) and sense of security

6.  Desire of patients to have health screening programs in an inpatient setting.

Note 1. When a patient is to be admitted to a hospital’s inpatient beds is a judgement-call of the attending physician.   The latter should be guided by the…

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