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Leaving Against Medical Advice
She was never even supposed to be in the hospital. We got a telephone call from an ophthalmologist who suspected a stroke in a woman in her early 70s after finding a visual field defect. She had gone to the clinic because she was bumping into objects for a few days, but she expected to do a few tests, get a diagnosis, and go home, because whatever was wrong did not even bother her much. Instead, she was treated to an admission to our stroke center and a nothing by mouth designation overnight after she failed the nurse ’s swallowing screening. The ambient music of the ward—the echoes, beeps, snoring, and nurses and phys...
Source: JAMA Neurology - February 26, 2018 Category: Neurology Source Type: research