Monday, November 06, 2006

Steve Snyder improving

Upgraded from serious to good condition:
According to hospital policies, Beth Israel categorizes patients as “good,” “fair,” “serious,” and ”critical.”

“Good condition” signifies that the patient’s vital signs are stable and within normal limits, that the patient is conscious and comfortable, and that indicators are excellent, according to hospital spokeswoman Bonnie Prescott.

“Serious condition” means that vital signs may be unstable and are not within normal limits, that the patient is acutely ill, and that indicators are questionable, Prescott said.

“It means he’s doing a lot better than he was,” she added.

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