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Predicting length of stay for acute medical admissions using the ALICE score: a simple bedside tool


Background: Early identification of patients likely to have a short admission permits best use of limited resources to facilitate rapid discharge where possible. The ALICE score is a simple bedside tool developed in one hospital as a decision aid. This study sought to confirm its widespread applicability. Method: Retrospective review of 250…

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