bed charge

bed charge

[′bed ‚chärj]
(metallurgy)
The primary charge of fuel in a cupola to initiate the melting process.
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DOWNMARKET TABLOID SUPPORTS BED CHARGE BEDROOM tax victims hit out last night after the Sun newspaper came out in favour of the hated charge.
This is a repetitive process since the resulting inert gas atoms can undergo the same ionization and powder bed charge annihilation process over and over again.
The day may soon come when hospital operations and drugs are covered by one's NHS stamp, but there will be a daily bed charge and also a need to pay for all meals.
There should be a way of ensuring that locals benefit from tourism for them to be involved in conservation, says the manager."For instance, in our case, 14 per cent of bed charges go to the community," he says.
NHIF should also stop cushioning private sector insurance companies by paying a part of the bill called rebates or bed charges.
Another example is the beach bed charges and as an example, after investigating the local ticketing people at Paralimni, there was an added income of e1/4400,000 p.a.
The data and materials collected included the general situation of the patients (such as age, gender, operations, payment modes, length of hospital stays, admission conditions, treatments, and follow-up situations) and medical costs information including total costs, bed charges, drug costs, treatment costs, examination costs, and other costs.[6] In regards of eliminating the impact of price fluctuation toward the study to realize the comparability of time span,[7] the costs of hospitalization were adjusted according to consumer price index in the 'China statistical yearbook - Category of health' of the year 2011-2016, with 2016 as the base year [Table 1].{Table 1}
20.11 million had been received Zakat deserving patients on the account of bed charges.
The committee was informed that bed charges were taken from poor patients in a trust running on Zakat fund.
The major cost distributions were bed charges PKR 8,092,080 (18.02%), physician charges PKR 6,398653(14.25%), medical-surgical supplies PKR 8,000772(17.8%), laboratory charges PKR 8,403,615(18.9%) and pharmacy charges PKR 5,852.226(13.03%).
"NICU bed charges alone are Dh4387.6 per day," she says.
The range of measures announced in the Budget include a welcome freeze on prescription charges, emergency department fees and hospital bed charges.