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Rapid Response Team of Acute Conditions
Pages 14 (3514 words)
Difference between RRT of Acute Pain Conditions in NHS UK and Riyadh Military Hospital [Student Name] [Course Title] [Instructor] [Date] Difference between RRT of Acute Pain Conditions in NHS UK and Riyadh Military Hospital Introduction: National Health Services is a shared name of the health provision services around the globe.
The purpose of this paper is to provide in-depth comparison between the rapid response team of acute pain in Riyadh Military hospital and national health services of United Kingdom. The comparison has been conducted on the basis of policies being implemented in both the countries in terms of health care provision. Furthermore, the paper will also discuss the implication of SBAR model to address the rapid response for acute pain cases. The policies as studied within the context of UK hospitals are in the form of protocol directed by National health services (NHS) UK. The paper has been structured by providing in depth introduction to the rapid response team for acute conditions in national health services (NHS) of Saudi Arabia and United UK. Secondly, financial system section has also been added to understand the amount of revenue that is used to provide rapid response in acute pain situations. It should be noted that it is highly significant to create understanding with the advantages and disadvantages of programs being implemented in health provision sector. Health Policy for Rapid Response Team in Riyadh Military Hospital in Saudi Arabia: The policies for the rapid response team in Saudi Arabia have recently been addressed by the medical services. ...
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