+ Site Statistics
References:
54,258,434
Abstracts:
29,560,870
PMIDs:
28,072,757
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Nursing news in senology: creation of an ambulatory nursing clinic



Nursing news in senology: creation of an ambulatory nursing clinic



Professioni Infermieristiche 52(3): 132-133



The IEO has starded an outpatient senology clinic conducted by nurses, and inspired by the successful experience of a similar clinic at the Gustave Roussy Institute of Paris. The purpose of the clinic is to expedite a series of procedures best carried out prior to hospital admission. First, the patient presents for the selection and examination of pre admission tests, following which the standard examinations related to the admission are programmed; the results are then examined, and the clinical record prepared for consignment to the Division the day before admission. The service began in April 1998 and has already received 750 patients.

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 046836867

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

PMID: 11235468


Related references

Ambulatory nursing at Shioda Clinic. 9. Home nursing to encourage patients' activities. Kangogaku Zasshi 47(9): 1069-1069, 1983

Ambulatory nursing: a report from the Shioda Clinic. 7. The role of nursing in the examination room. Kangogaku Zasshi 47(7): 829-829, 1983

Ambulatory nursing: a report from Shioda Clinic. 12. Practice of regional nursing with a pioneer spirit. Kangogaku Zasshi 47(12): 1429-1429, 1983

Ambulatory nursing: a report from Shioda Clinic. 5. The patient treatment room, the scene of major nursing activities. 1. Kangogaku Zasshi 47(5): 589-589, 1983

Ambulatory nursing: a report from Shioda Clinic. 6. The patient treatment room, a scene of major nursing activities. 2. Kangogaku Zasshi 47(6): 709-709, 1983

Ambulatory nursing for patients with chronic obstructive lung disease. Do specialized nursing personnel help in ambulatory care nursing programs?. Pflege Zeitschrift 64(11): 676-677, 2012

Reevaluation of ambulatory nursing--a support of continuity of nursing. Transit from hospitalization to discharge and ambulatory care and the role of nursing. Kangogaku Zasshi 52(9): 877-882, 1988

The revised nursing law - impacts on the nursing structure in ambulatory nursing care. Private nursing service survival is threatened. Pflege Zeitschrift 67(11): 690-693, 2015

Which nursing service receives the highest grade for nursing quality? Transparency criteria for ambulatory nursing services also allow pediatric nursing services comparisons. Kinderkrankenschwester 28(5): 197-199, 2009

Bedside nursing. Home nursing with emphasis on rehabilitation: nursing of a stroke patient recovering ambulatory function through home nursing. Kangogaku Zasshi 42(11): 1162-1167, 1978

New nursing trends in the 70's. 3. Nursing specialization and creation of the clinical nursing specialist. Kangogaku Zasshi 43(9): 946-949, 1979

Use of the nursing summary as a method of information transmission--continued nursing and feedback from the ward to the ambulatory nursing section. Kangogaku Zasshi 48(6): 631-636, 1984

Nursing in the 80s - demands and potentials. Ambulatory nursing care - prospects for the patient and nursing personnel. Krankenpflege 35(6): 250, 263-250, 263, 1981

Experience in applying legal conditions according to the nursing insurance regulation--ambulatory rehabilitation, nursing aids and nursing care eligibility. Gesundheitswesen ()) 59(3): 168-173, 1997

Reevaluation of ambulatory nursing--a support of continuity of nursing. On continuing nursing at health care facilities: interactions with a patient receiving 24-hour infusion therapy. Kangogaku Zasshi 52(9): 866-869, 1988