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||Master of Health Care Management, Department of Business Management|
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||Model of care used in the intermediate care of |
acute cerebral vascular accident
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Mini Nutritional Assessment
Due to the highly developed society, the daily lives of our citizens always compete with limited time frame. Our lifestyles which usually associate with pressure, nervousness and irregularity cause the high percentage of cardiovascular diseases and the average age of these patients become younger and younger every year. Among these, the acute cerebrovascular diseases give the most significant impact to the patients and their families. Subjects of this research are acute cerebrovascular patients from one of the intermediate care centers in the regional hospitals located in southern Taiwan. We study, analyze and discuss the effects when these patients received the integrated training during the prime recovery period.
Using hospital database analysis, cases are received from Feb. 28, 2009 to Dec. 31, 2014. We study the demography variable of the acute cerebrovascular patients who received the integrated training from the intermediate care center during the prime recovery period and the effects. There are 110 cases fit in the study and analyzed by SPSS 20.0 edition.
The study discovers that the integrated training from the intermediate care center increases the patients’ mobility in their daily lives and their nutritional needs are been met sufficiently.
In conclusion, the cross-functional teams operated in the intermediate care center are integrated from professionals in their specialized fields. They work together to create an individual training plan for every patients in order to help them achieving the most improvement in the shortest time.
||Ying-Ying Lo - chair|
YY Chia - co-chair
Ying-Chun Li - advisor
Indicate in-campus at 1 year and off-campus access at 3 year.|
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