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Trauma, continuing care

Sheila Muller SMuller at NavigantConsulting.com
Wed Oct 19 21:24:36 BST 2005


I am interested in learning from others when "acute trauma care" is 
transitioned to routine, ongoing care while in a hospital setting.  For 
patient's who clearly met trauma criteria but have a prolonged inpatient 
stay for renal failure or respiratory complications, when do trauma 
services stop and routine care start?  I have found it challenging to find 
a definition of "acute trauma care" and would appreciate advice and input 
from others.  Thanks so much, Sheila Muller

Sheila Muller, RN
Associate Director
Navigant Consulting, Inc.
550 S. Hope Street, Suite 2850
Los Angeles, CA  90071
(213) 452-4536, office
(213) 622-8699, facsimile
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