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By Jose I. Suarez

Case Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, OH. presents an authoritative evaluate of diagnostic, scientific, and administration concerns in neurocritical care. deals instructions for organizing a neurosciences serious care unit and specializes in either neurologic and neurosurgical stipulations. additionally addresses bioethical matters. ample illustrations.

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Consolidation of hospitals has occurred throughout the country. Regional provision of critical care services is likely to become the norm. As provider organizations come to control a large number of beds in a geographic area, centralization of critically ill patients in well-managed, technologically sophisticated, and specialized ICUs will become more attractive than less efficient alternatives. Institutions will need to opt for practice patterns that demonstrably lower costs and improve outcomes (36).

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