Criteria for hospitalization of patients with anorexia

by Cathy Parkes June 21, 2021

Criteria for hospitalization of patients with Anorexia Nervosa:  Body weight < 75% of ideal body weight; Body fat < 10%; Heart rate < 45/min; SBP < 90mmHg; Body temp < 96 degrees F; EKG abnormalities

Criteria for hospitalization of patients with Anorexia Nervosa:

  • Body weight < 75% of ideal body weight
  • Body fat < 10%
  • Heart rate < 45/min
  • SBP < 90mmHg
  • Body temp < 96 degrees F
  • EKG abnormalities


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