Each survey was conducted among a nationally representative, random sample of office-based physicians who provide ambulatory patient care.
Dr Arnmon addressed ambulatory surgery for patients with diabetes, saying that a tight schedule is never a reason to perform a procedure.
Surgeons typically choose the vein from the leg since its removal does not cause any future ambulatory problems.
All horses were ambulatory following transport from the site of purchase.
On the day of surgery, the patient registers at the ambulatory care unit, where nurses prepare him or her for surgery.
Adult patients scheduled for ambulatory surgery were invited to participate.
One ambulatory schizophrenic had been an outpatient since childhood and an inpatient for one-third of his adult life.
Amid simple, wood-panelled walls, 10 black neo-classical columns support a vault of gilded beams and a complex ambulatory of exquisitely painted murals depicting male and female saints.
Acute bronchitis, one of the most common diagnoses in ambulatory care medicine, accounted for approximately 2.5 million visits to U.S. physicians in 1998.
The Camden Society were brought in after part of the ambulatory vaulting had collapsed.