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Posted by  Tamo on December 16, 2002 at 13:12:40:

In Reply to:  Re: what's the difference between any hospital and long term care hospital ?? posted by a doc on December 14, 2002 at 17:40:21:

well doctor thnks alot for ur help, it help me alottt ... so i think that u have alot of informations about children's cancer hospital so i have from u some help plz .. if u can help me to know how we divide inpatients departments units .... by age (from 0 to 3 year infant , from 3 to 6 years preschoolers, from 6 to 12 years , from 12 to 18 years adolescents) or by tumors (brain tumors , blood tumors, retinoblastomas , sarcomas ... ) .
and how we devide the outpatients (one day care) like by care (chemeotherapy, immunitherapy, radiotherapy ) or by what ???

and what are the special services who have children's in this kind of hospital .....
i mean that i have the architectural program for a children's cancer hospital .... (inpatients, radiology, radiodiagnostic, OPD, emergency , laboratories ...........)
so thnks for u help alot .... :)

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