Patience-to-Patients Ratio

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Lovis Corinth's "Vater Franz Heinrich Corinth auf dem Krankenlager" (1888)

The patience-to-patients ratio is the measurement of an attending's patience relative to the number of patients on that attending's service. A value close to zero is suggestive of a malignant attending.[1]

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