hospital order

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hospital order

hospital order

hospital order

hospital order

hospital order

Hospitallers, Order of

St John, Knights Hospitallers of the Order of

Does Computerized Provider Order Entry Reduce Prescribing Errors for Hospital Inpatients? A Systematic Review

Reduction in medication errors in hospitals due to adoption of computerized provider order entry systems

Computerized Physician Order Entry in U.S. Hospitals: Results of a 2002 Survey

Implementation of Hospital Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems in a Rural State: Feasibility and Financial Impact

Key Attributes of a Successful Physician Order Entry System Implementation in a Multi-hospital Environment

The nephrological issues raised during the clinical sessions in the Old Order (Jewish) Hospital of Warsaw

STEVENSON, Walter Clegg (1877 - 1931), Knight of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England; Surgeon at Dr Steevens’ Hospital and Incorporated Orthopædic Hospital of Ireland; Consulting Surgeon Ministry of Pensions; Radium Consultant, Rotunda Hospital

PHILLIPS, Hugh Richard (1873 - 1932), JP Haverfordwest; Cavalier Order of Crown of Italy; Senior Anæsthetist, Italian Hospital; Anæsthetist Freemason’s Hospital and Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth; late Anæsthetist, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, Margaret Street Hospital, Military Orthopædic Hospital, Shepherd’s Bush; Endsleigh Palace Hospital for Officers; Royal Air Force Hospital; Lady Carnarvon’s Hospital for Officers; Michie Hospital; American Orthopædic Hospital

CHRISTOPHERSON, John Brian (1868 - 1955), Order of the Nile (3rd Class); Order of St Sava (Serbia); Consulting Physician, London Chest Hospital, Victoria Park, E2; (retired)

HUGHES, Basil (1878 - 1953), Order of St Sava, Serbia; Senior Surgeon Bradford Municipal General Hospital; Hon. Surgeon Bradford Royal Infirmary; Honorary Consulting Surgeon, Children’s Hospital, Bradford

Evaluation of medium-term consequences of implementing commercial computerized physician order entry and clinical decision support prescribing systems in two ‘early adopter’ hospitals

Computerized Physician Order Entry and Electronic Medical Record Systems in Korean Teaching and General Hospitals: Results of a 2004 Survey


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An order of the Crown Court or a magistrates' court authorizing the detention in a specified hospital (for an initial period of six months, renewable by the hospital managers) of a convicted person suffering from mental disorder. Unless a restriction order has also been made, discharge while an order is in force may be authorized by the managers or the doctor in charge or directed by the Mental Health Review Tribunal.

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