We compared syndromic categorization of chief complaint
and discharge diagnosis for 3,919 emergency department visits to two hospitals in the U.
Data files contain the following information for all emergency department patient visits logged during the previous midnight-to-midnight 24-hour period: date and time of visit, age in years, sex, home zip code, and free-text chief complaint
A nonparametric test (Mann-Whitney Utest) was performed to assess any differences between groups in terms of age, chief complaint
, and histopathologic diagnosis.
According to a review of more than 150 elderly patients in the outpatient setting who presented with a chief complaint
of persistent pruritus, the five most common diagnoses were atopiclike dermatosis, lichen simplex chronicus/prurigo nodularis, subacute prurigo, transient acantholytic dermatosis, and neuropathic disease.
Two-thirds of those surveyed said their chief complaint
with the current system was the cost to the government of organising a vote, PS80,000, and the inconvenience of fitting it into your day.
A chief complaint
is that the law allows police to ban such gatherings without justification, and does not require them to obtain a court order to do so.
The chief complaint
is they don't enter into the spirit of the culture, the singing and the costume.
In 2008, the median time from patient visit to chief complaint
data receipt was 4 hours (13).
The second section lists CCS cases by the patient's chief complaint
, such as fatigue, chest pain, or bruising.
Due to the small number of records with insurance information provided, no analysis of chief complaint
with insurance status was conducted.
Everyone in my area has one chief complaint
and that is the state of the roads.
Black patients, as well as those with nonprivate health insurance, who were admitted, and those with a chief complaint
of lower abdominal pain or genitourinary symptoms were significantly more likely to be screened for pregnancy.