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Twenty percent of patients will have an adverse event within three weeks of discharge
The most common post-discharge complication is:
Following discharge, which of the following is a common issue which may lead to readmission, or serious injury?
To ensure a safe discharge, the hospital and their staff can realistically do which of the following?
Often, a patient will not reveal details of their living environment, limited support system, or other cognitive/medical issues because they are afraid of the hospital preventing their return to their home and/or recommending they reside somewhere with more supports.
Upon returning to their living environment, if a bathroom is not readily accessible, the former-patient may choose to:
If the hospital is unable to complete an assessment of the living environment prior to discharge, a community care manager can be useful in completing an independent:
A clue into a patient’s cognitive capabilities may be
90% of exploiters are:
A patient may be eager to discharge from the hospital or refuse additional medical care because: