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TABLE 11.-NUMBER OF RESIDENT PATIENTS AND OUTPATIENTS JUNE 30, 1974, AGES 65 AND OVER BY LENGTH OF

TIME IN THEIR RESPECTIVE STATUSES BY SEX

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NUMBER OF RESIDENT PATIENTS AND OUTPATIENTS JUNE 30, 1974, AGES 65 AND OVER AS A PERCENT OF RESPEC.

TIVE TOTALS FOR THE HOSPITAL BY LENGTH OF TIME IN STATUS

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Note: Length of time is for the current residential or outpatient stay only.

TABLE 12.--NUMBER AND PERCENT OF RESIDENT PATIENTS AND OUTPATIENTS JUNE 30, 1974, BY LENGTH OF TIME IN THEIR RESPECTIVE STATUSES: PATIENTS 65 AND OVER COMPARED TO

TOTAL PATIENTS

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Note: Length of time is for the current residential or outpatient stay only.

III-REVIEW OF NON-ORGANIC PSYCHOTIO ADMISSIONS & HOSPITALIZATION

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PATIENT CARE AUDIT REPORT-A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF "NON-ORGANIC" PSYCHOTIC

ADMISSIONS AND HOSPITALIZATIONS OVER THE PAST TWO YEARS-MARCH 1975

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The enclosed Patient Care Audit Report II was developed by the Biometrics Branch for the Patient Care Audit Committee. This report summarizes the Hose pital's experience over the past two years with so ealled functional psychoses of schizophrenia, major affective psychoses, and paranoid states.

These results will be used by the Audit Committee to establish the fiftieth per. centile review dates and to assist the Hospital plan for services to this group of patients. Because of the major role the courts play in determining the flow of patients in the Division of Forensic Programs, those patients were not included in this survey.

Committee Members.—Ms. Aurora Constantino; Ms. Margaret Conyers; Ms. Vir. ginia Mistr; Dr. Richard Palmer; Dr. Roger Peele, Chairman; Ms. Judy Rossow; Mr. I. A. Tornese; Mr. Thomas Williams; Dr. Will Willians; Mr. Stephen Simmes; and Ms. Eunice Smith.

TABLE 1.--NUMBER OF FUNCTIONAL PSYCHOTIC INPATIENT ADMISSIONS (EXCLUDING FORENSIC PROGRAMS).

FISCAL YEARS 1973 AND 1974 AND THEIR 50TH PERCENTILE LENGTH OF STAY NORMS IN DAYS BY AGE, MARITAL STATUS, AND SEX

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TABLE 2---NUMBER OF FUNCTIONAL PSYCHOTIC INPATIENT ADMISSIONS (EXCLUDING FORENSIC PROGRAMS), FISCAL YEARS 1973 AND 1974 AND THEIR 50TH PERCENTILE LENGTH OF STAY NORMS IN DAYS BY MOST URGENT DIAGNOSIS

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TABLE 3. --NUMBER OF FUNCTIONAL PSYCHOTIC INPATIENT ADMISSIONS (EXCLUDING FORENSIC PROGRAMS),
FISCAL YEARS 1973 AND 1974 AND THEIR 50TH PERCENTILE LENGTH OF STAY NORMS IN DAYS BY HEALTH
SERVICE AREA AND COLOR

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TABLE 4.-NUMBER OF FUNCTIONING PSYCHOTIC INPATIENT ADMISSIONS (EXCLUDING FORENSIC PROGRAMS),

FISCAL YEARS 1973 AND 1974 AND THEIR 50TH PERCENTILE LENGTH OF STAY NORMS IN DAYS BY DIVISION, NEW OR READMISSION, AND LEGAL CATEGORY

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TABLE 5.--NUMBER OF FUNCTIONAL PSYCHOTIC INPATIENT ADMISSIONS (EXCLUDING FORENSIC PROGRAMS),

FISCAL YEARS 1973 AND 1974 AND THEIR 50TH PERCENTILE LENGTH OF STAY NORMS IN DAYS BY DETAILED MOST URGENT DIAGNOSIS

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Schizophrenia:

Simple type..
Hebephrenic type.
Catatonic, excited
Catatonic, withdrawn
Catatonic, unspecified.
Paranoid type.
Acute episode
Latent type.
Residual type.
Schizo-affective type, excited.
Schizo-affective type, depressed.
Schizo-affective type, unspecified.
Childhood type
Chronic-undifferentiated type.

Other and unspecified type.
Involutional melancholia.
Manic depressive, manic.
Manic depressive, depressed
Manic depressive, circular, manic.
Manic depressive, circular, depressed.
Manic depressive, circular, unspecified.
Other major affective disorders..
Paranoia..
Involutional paranoid state.
Other paranoid state..
Psychotic depressive reaction.

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