§ 133.2. Types of special care units.
A special care unit of a hospital is an area set aside for the treatment of patients who require extraordinary care on a concentrated and continuous basis. There are two kinds of special care units as follows:
(1) Multipurpose for the intensive treatment of critically ill patients with a wide variety of diagnoses.
(2) Specific purpose for the continuous care of patients in special diagnostic categories. These categories include but are not limited to:
(ii) Coronary care.
(iii) Neonatal care.
(iv) Postobstetric and post operative recovery care.
(v) Pulmonary care.
(vi) Renal dialysis.
(vii) Surgical, including trauma, intensive care units.
The provisions of this § 133.2 adopted December 9, 1977, effective December 10, 1977, 7 Pa.B. 3631.
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