HAPU


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HAPUHospital Acquired Pressure Ulcer
HAPUHold At Airport for Pickup
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The researchers found that the incidence of HAPUs was about one-twentieth of that found in chart-based surveillance review data.
However, HAPU rates based on hospital-reported POA data were substantially lower with a rate of 1.9 per 1,000 admissions for all pressure ulcer stages and 0.2 per 1,000 admissions for advanced stage pressure ulcers.
knowledge of what stories, oriori, waiata tuturu, pepeha and tribal knowledges are specific to the tamariki attending our centre, and the hapu holding mana whenua (Manning, 2012; White & Mika, 2013).
whanau, do you have links into this hapu? And I just start off very basically so where are your people from?
Data collected from an in-house occurrence reporting system, hospitalcompare.hhs.gov, and patient safety indicators confirmed that a hospital in the midwest had a discernable increase for the last quarter of fiscal year 2014 and first quarter of fiscal year 2015, in the incidence of HAPUs, with the steepest curve occurring in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
From 1874 data were collected on "principal tribes", with published data often disaggregated by "sub-tribes" (hapu) and "locality" (kainga).
The princess admires the little blue hippo, and Hapu becomes her constant companion.
Urban groups, who, with the strong support of a leading anthropologist, had argued that the term 'iwi' should not be restricted to describing descent groups made up of hapu, were surprised at this decision but have by no means given up the struggle.
The women in question are all firmly embedded in either whanau, hapu or iwi settings--or indeed all of the above, that well encompass the males in their lives.
104) that Amenhotep son of Hapu lived on into the reign of Akhenaton and had an influence on the early development of Amarna theology.
Traditional Maori society is based on kinship groups: hapu iwi and whanau.
Amenhotep, the son of Hapu, who worked around 1380-1350 BC as an architect for Amenophis III remained an exemplary figure of ancient Egyptian art for a millennium and a half.