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Yatak devir hizi (YDH) hastane yataklarinin verimli ve etkin kullanimini belirleyen onemli bir gostergedir, bir yatagin belirlenen bir surede (ay/ yil) hastalar tarafindan kac kez kullanildigini gosterir.
Klinigimizin son uc yillik (2015,2016 ve 2017) Yatak Devir Hizi (YDH), Yatak Doluluk Orani (YDO) ve Ortalama Yatis Suresi (OYS) verileri kullanilarak elde edilen Pabon Lasso Modeli grafigi gorulmektedir.
In provinces like Tunceli, a traditional Social Democrat stronghold, the YDH local branch is now competing with the left-Wing Republic People's Party, as the main gathering point for discontented Kurdish villagers complaining of harassment by the security forces.
Party officials say the bulk of the YDH's membership is below 25.
Chala, (50) both in Dharmasastra and in Nyaya thought, is understood as misrepresentation or misleading disputation (MDh 8.49; YDh 2.19; Nyaya-Sutra 1.2.10-18), but here it appears to have a slightly different if similarly negative sense.
Although the Dharmasastras use the word grahya to affirm or deny what statements are "admissible" in a suit, (51) they and the Kautiliya Arthasastra also use forms of grah- to mean 'arrest, detain' (e.g., KAS 2.36.38, 3.11.22-24, 4.8.5, 7.5.22; YDh 2.283).
YDh 2.48; NSm 1.15-16), though a husband may be arrested for his wife's debt if it arose from his leaving her without financial support.
After enumerating the usual types of abhojya persons, Yajnavalkya concludes (YDh 1.165): esam annam na bhoktavyam, "The food of these should not be eaten." The next verse (YDh 1.166)--nearly identical to MDh 4.253 and ViDh 57.16 cited above--specifies certain types of Sudras who are called bhojyannah "persons whose food may be eaten." Stale food, which is normally abhojya, is said to be bhojya (YDh 1.169) when it is mixed with ghee.
In his section on forbidden food, Yajnavalkya does not use the term abhaksya probably because the first part of the list (YDh 1.175) ends with the appropriate penance for eating such food (jagdhva sopavasas tryaham vaset), and the second part (YDh 1.176) with another penance ( jagdhva candrayanam caret).
Finally, in his chapter on law (vyavaharakanda, YDh 2.296), Yajnavalkya has a provision identical with that of ViDh 5.98: anyone who taints a Brahmana by feeding him abhaksya food is subject to the highest fine (abhaksyena dvijam dusyo dandya uttamasahasam).