MAU

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MAU

MAU

(Multi-station Access Unit) A network hub or switch. See hub and hub vs. switch.
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It was the strangest night's sleep I've ever had in the Medical Admissions Unit with 20 or so others - an old-fashioned Florence Nightingale ward.
Prof Kate Gould, consultant microbiologist for Newcastle Hospitals NHS Trust, said at that time some patients were being admitted with swine flu through the medical admissions unit at the RVI, but Mr Whitefield was the first in the transplant unit.
Accenture will work with Airedale to deploy the TPP SystmOne solution, including the patient administration system, ambulatory and emergency department management and the first phase of hospital-bed management modules, which will be in the Medical Admissions Unit by the end of 2012.
A 49 year old male patient presented to the medical admissions unit with a one week history of left hip and thigh painful swelling.
Therefore, we went onwards to Llandough medical admissions unit.
Dark and the staff at the Freeman Hospital, Mr Branston and the staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and also staff and nurses of the Medical Admissions Unit at Wansbeck Hospital.
Hospital bosses have agreed to spend pounds 13 million on more theatre capacity, a psychiatric intensive care unit, cardiac ward and medical admissions unit along with more day care facilities.
In order to ease waiting lists, hospital bosses have agreed to spend pounds 13 million on more theatre capacity, a psychiatric intensive care unit, cardiac ward and medical admissions unit along with more day care facilities.
The extension of the scheme follows a successful pilot project with the GPs out-of-hours service and medical admissions unit in Gwent.
After being treated by A&E staff she is transferred to the Medical Admissions Unit but, according to John, government guidelines say that no patient in this condition should go more than four hours without a chest X-ray.
The study was based on just over 4,000 patients seen by pharmacists on the medical admissions unit at Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre in the first six months of 2001.
More than 12 hours later, just before midnight, Teresa was transferred to a portable bed in the foyer of the hospital's acute medical admissions unit, next door to casualty.

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