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DLP patients in the first phase used a striking 80% fewer inpatient bed days than did controls. This was evident from months 3 to 20. However, as discussed below, home based treatment was not the sole factor which reduced the number of bed days used. We should also note that the DLP patients had as many admissions as the controls. The 'revolving door' continued but the number of inpatient beds needed fell because the duration of inpatient spells was sharply reduced with far more time spent outside hospital.
The differences between the two day hospitals, which might account for these discrepancies, include the larger number and more positive approach of the staff in the Manchester day hospital, its brand new building and the distance to the inpatient unit. This probably indicates the enormous training needs of day hospital staff if they are to admit and engage acutely ill patients. 5 9 2 25 22 45 23 35 21 9 21 Can such treatments be sustained? , 1990) included 387 patients seen during the first 18 months (January 1988 to mid-1989).
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