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Are you hospitalized for nasal trauma?

Sometimes

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If it is causing problems with breathing, if there is ongoing bleeding, if the damage is extensive, or if there are concerns for other injuries, then a patient with nasal trauma may be hospitalized. If the nasal trauma is minor, then it usually will not require hospitalization.
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Can a person be hospitalized for a uti?

Not often

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An uncomplicated uti is typically treated with antibiotics as an outpatient. If the infection is severe, has failed outpatient treatment or has spread to the kidneys, then inpatient treatment is sometimes necessary.
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Does mrsa treatment require hospitalization?

No

Mrsa
Not generally. There are excellent antibiotics on the market..Zyvox being one of my favorite. It is a twice a day antibiotic that is excellent for MRSA.
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At what heart rate should I be hospitalized?

See below

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We don't go by specific rate, but by symptoms such as shortness of breath, chest pain, etc.
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Does unstable angina require hospitalization?

YES

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and likely some sort of revascularization procedure unless one's anantomy is not amenable to stenting or bypass.
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When would you be hospitalized for arrhythmia?

It depends

Arrhythmia
Many arrhythmias can be managed in the outpatient setting. A few arrhythmias are potentially dangerous such as ventricular tachycardia. Patients with low blood pressure, pulmonary congestion, chest pain or fainting are usually hospitalized.
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Dr. Cyma Khalily answered:

Does suicidal ideation require hospitalization?

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It really depends on a lot of factors. So not everyone that says that they are having suicidal thoughts will automatically get hospitalized. There are thoughts and then there is a distinct plan with the means to carry it out. If there is a plan or an inability to feel safe with oneself then the person should be hospitalized. Speak to your doctor and get help. Be safe!
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Will I be hospitalized from Geodon withdrawals?

Most likely not

Most likely not, But what I would be concerned about is that the condition that is being treated with it needs to be controlled first. Otherwise you may suffer an attack of your condition. scisophrenia.
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Hospitalization - when and why is it necessary?

Monitoring

Hospitalization
Hospitalization is necessary when one's condition is serious enough to warrant 24/7 monitoring of a particular health issue. This will depend on the seriousness of the problem, the ability or inability to care for this problem at home, and the probability of worsening of the condition.
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Dr. William Goldie answered:

Are people generally hospitalized for delirium?

If acute and serious

Delirium
There are many causes for delirium. Most common would be drug toxicity. This can be very serious and need acute medical care. Withdrawal from alcohol produces delirium that can cause serious medical complications. Infections of the brain can present with delirium and progress to coma. Patients with long standing psychiatric disease or dementia do not need hospitalization.
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