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Patient selection and preparation for day surgical procedures

Day Hospital Inierventions in Patients Attending for Anticoaguiation Blood Tests

Outcome of ASA III patients undergoing day case surgery

Acute suppurative parotitis in a 33-day-old patient

The 104 Day Report: A Successful Intervention of Improving Patient Retention

Patient-controlled sedation using propofol in elderly patients in day-case cataract surgery.

Randomized, double-blind study of short-course (5 day) grepafloxacin versus 10 day clarithromycin in patients with acute bacterial exacerbations of chronic bronchitis

Similar delivery rates in a selected group of patients, for day 2 and day 5 embryos both cultured in sequential medium: a randomized study

Should we advise patients undergoing IVF to start a cycle leading to a day 3 or a day 5 transfer?

MP540CHANGES IN LEFT VENTRICULAR SIZING AND FUNCTION OVER THE 3-DAY AND 2-DAY INTERDIALYTIC INTERVALS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS

Single-Day, Patient-Initiated Famciclovir Therapy versus 3-Day Valacyclovir Regimen for Recurrent Genital Herpes: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Comparative Trial

1INTRODUCING GAIT SPEED TO ASSESS FRAILTY OUTCOMES IN DAY HOSPITAL PATIENTS

62OTHIRTY AND 90-DAY MORTALITY AFTER LUNG CANCER RESECTION IN 2242 PATIENTS

Predictors of 90-day outcome in patients stabilized after acute coronary syndromes

Clinical relevance of short-term day-time breathing disorders in chronic heart failure patients

Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation to support adult patients with cardiac failure: predictive factors of 30-day mortality

Rehabilitation of older patients: day hospital compared with rehabilitation at home. Clinical outcomes

 

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A person who is admitted to hospital for treatment, examination, or observation but who does not remain there overnight. Compare in-patient; out-patient.

Subjects: Dentistry.


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