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TITLE:

AMBULATORY HEALTH CARE IN COMMUNITY- SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW

AUTHORS:

Ali Yahya Matiri *, Abdullah Tariq Mohanna , Aaliah Talal Sroji , Arwa Saleh AlObaid , Amnah Makki A Alabdulwahab , Essam Attiah Alghamdi, Mansoor Mohammed Alrebeh, Doaa Mohammed Alrebeh , Doha Nasser Alsharedah , Abdulaziz Labib Moqeem

ABSTRACT:

This review is aiming to discuss the ambulatory health care in community, the presented review was conducted by searching in Medline, Embase, Web of Science, Science Direct, BMJ journal and Google Scholar for, researches, review articles and reports, published over the past years. were searched up to November 2018 for published and unpublished studies and without language restrictions, if several studies had similar findings, we randomly selected one or two to avoid repetitive results. On the basis of findings and results this review found utility of a novel microprocessor-linked Step Watch Activity Monitor (SAM) to quantify ambulatory activity, determine the etiology of community-acquired pneumonia in patients treated in an ambulatory setting, An ability to predict risk of future falling is needed in order to target high-risk individuals for preventive intervention, and to examine the postulated relationship between Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (ACSC) and Primary Health Care (PHC) in different context. Keywords: ambulatory, health care, community

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