Regarding 'poverty' measurement for two rounds of PPHS
, we have adopted the poverty series from Arif and Shujaat (2014), they have followed the official methodology as defined by The Planning Commission of Pakistan, which can be called the Food Energy Intake (FEI) approach.
We identified inpatient admissions for adults aged 18 and older with the principal diagnosis of one of following 12 conditions in accordance with the AHRQ Prevention Quality Indicators (PQI) Version 4.5 protocol to identify PPHs
(Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality 2015b): diabetes with short-term complications, diabetes with long-term complications, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or asthma in older adults (age 40 and older), hypertension, heart failure, dehydration, bacterial pneumonia, urinary tract infection, angina without procedure, uncontrolled diabetes, asthma in younger adults (age 18-39), lower extremity amputation for patients with diabetes.
Immediate maternal outcomes were recorded as favorable and unfavorable if the woman got PPH
, perineal tear (third degree and above), need of blood transfusion, urinary bladder injury, hysterectomy, or bowel injury.
By the importance of the roughness analyses in particleboards, this study proposed homogeneous particleboard (PPH
) manufactured evaluation from different densities and reutilizing treated wood waste to evaluate roughness after circular saw cuttings, it is important to study the roughness of the panels in the end of introduction
Maternal deaths are related to a variety of health, social and economic factors but majority are directly caused by a limited number of complications such as hypertensive disorders, abortions, sepsis, obstructed labour and postpartum haemorrhage (PPH
) requiring access to emergency obstetric care.
As a result of this approach to item refinement, the overall PPHS
scale is stronger in terms of its validity and reliability and can be considered an appropriate indicator of the patients' perceptions of life on hemodialysis.
Here, as discussed above, PPHS
, a private actor, was the driving force behind the transaction, for the purpose of gaining a monopoly over acute care hospital services in Albany and the surrounding counties--with the Authority but a strawman, set up by PPHS
as the nominal acquirer of Palmyra for the express purpose of evading antitrust scrutiny.
Selkirk (1996: 188) gives the following four possibilities for function words ("PPh
" stands for phonological phrase, "fnc" for function words, and "lex" for nonfunctional lexical words).
rounds 2001 and 2004 contain only rural samples and hence these datasets are called PRHS (Pakistan Rural Household Survey).
Potentially preventable hospitalizations (PPHs
) refer to hospitalizations that result from conditions or events that are thought to be avoidable altogether or manageable in an individual's current setting with access to medical and outpatient services (Ouslander and Berenson 2011).
The revised Patient's Perception of Hemodialysis Scale (PPHS
) is a valid and reliable instrument for measuring kidney disease-specific experiences of life on hemodialysis (HD).