"Hospital Bed Capacity" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure,
which enables searching at various levels of specificity.
The number of beds which a hospital has been designed and constructed to contain. It may also refer to the number of beds set up and staffed for use.
|Hospital Bed Capacity
- Hospital Bed Capacity
- Bed Size, Hospital
- Bed Capacities, Hospital
- Hospital Bed Capacities
- Capacities, Hospital Bed
- Capacity, Hospital Bed
- Size, Hospital Bed
- Bed Sizes, Hospital
- Hospital Bed Size
- Hospital Bed Sizes
- Sizes, Hospital Bed
- Bed Capacity, Hospital
- Bed Size
- Size, Bed
- Sizes, Bed
- Bed Sizes
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Hospital Bed Capacity" by people in Profiles.
Riese J, Alverson B. The Role of Financial Drivers in the Regionalization of Pediatric Care. Pediatrics. 2021 07; 148(1).
Romani G, Dal Mas F, Massaro M, Cobianchi L, Modenese M, Barcellini A, Ricciardi W, Barach P, Luc? R, Ferrara M. Population Health Strategies to Support Hospital and Intensive Care Unit Resiliency During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Italian Experience. Popul Health Manag. 2021 04; 24(2):174-181.
Randell R, Alvarado N, McVey L, Greenhalgh J, West RM, Farrin A, Gale C, Parslow R, Keen J, Elshehaly M, Ruddle RA, Lake J, Mamas M, Feltbower R, Dowding D. How, in what contexts, and why do quality dashboards lead to improvements in care quality in acute hospitals? Protocol for a realist feasibility evaluation. BMJ Open. 2020 02 25; 10(2):e033208.
Mohamed MO, Contractor T, Zachariah D, van Spall HGC, Parwani P, Minissian MB, Rashid M, Martin GP, Barker D, Patwala A, Mamas MA. Sex Disparities in the Choice of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Device: An Analysis of Trends, Predictors, and Outcomes. Can J Cardiol. 2021 01; 37(1):86-93.
Edwards JD, Vasilevskis EE, Yoo EJ, Houtrow AJ, Boscardin WJ, Dudley RA, Okumura MJ. Adults with childhood-onset chronic conditions admitted to US pediatric and adult intensive care units. J Crit Care. 2015 Feb; 30(1):201-6.
Soremekun OA, Zane RD, Walls A, Allen MB, Seefeld KJ, Pallin DJ. Cancellation of scheduled procedures as a mechanism to generate hospital bed surge capacity-a pilot study. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2011 Jun; 26(3):224-9.
Butler KL, Calabrese R, Tandon M, Kirton OC. Optimizing advanced practitioner charge capture in high-acuity surgical intensive care units. Arch Surg. 2011 May; 146(5):552-5.
Carr BG, Pines JM, Hollander JE. Survey study estimating surge capacity in trauma centers in the United States. J Trauma. 2007 Apr; 62(4):1067; author reply 1067-8.
Bayley MD, Schwartz JS, Shofer FS, Weiner M, Sites FD, Traber KB, Hollander JE. The financial burden of emergency department congestion and hospital crowding for chest pain patients awaiting admission. Ann Emerg Med. 2005 Feb; 45(2):110-7.
Cullen EJ, Lawless ST, Hertzog JH, Penfil S, Bradford KK, Nadkarni VM, Corddry DH, Costarino AT. A model of determining a fair market value for teaching residents: who profits? Pediatrics. 2003 Jul; 112(1 Pt 1):40-8.