Pneumonia (Adult, --Obstetrics Inpatient)
Resolution of Infection Signs and Symptoms
Effective Oxygenation and Ventilation
Correlate health status to:
tobacco use, smoke exposure
admission, transition of care
orientation to care setting, routine
advance care planning
opioid medication management
pain assessment process
safe medication disposal
call light use
MDRO (multidrug-resistant organism) care
personal health information
resources for support
Admissions with a principal diagnosis of bacterial pneumonia per 1,000 population, ages 18 years and older. Excludes sickle cell or hemoglobin-S admissions, other indications of immunocompromised state admissions, obstetric admissions, and transfers from other institutions.
Steward: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Care Setting: Inpatient/Hospital
National Quality Forum-endorsed measure; CMS188v6
Last Edited: 03/27/2018
Clinical Practice Guidelines represent a consistent/standardized approach to the care of patients with specific diagnoses. Care should always be individualized by adding patient specific information to the Plan of Care.
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