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Portaria No. 647 (Ordinance No. 647)

Ministry of Health; Brazil Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Brazil 11 October 2008 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent, inpatient, plan

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Aprovar, na forma dos Anexos I, II, III e IV desta Portaria, as Normas para a Implantação e Implementação da Política de Atenção Integral à Saúde dos Adolescentes em Conflito com a Lei, em Regime de Internação e Internação Provisória - PNAISARI, em unidades masculinas e femininas, os parâmetros para construção, ampliação ou reforma de estabelecimento de saúde nas Unidades de Internação e Internação Provisória e o Plano Operativo Estadual de Atenção Integral à Saúde dos Adolescentes em conflito com a lei, em Regime de Internação e Internação Provisória.

Approves, in the form of Annexes I, II, III and IV of this Ordinance, the Standards for the Deployment and Implementation of Comprehensive Healthcare Policy of Adolescents in Conflict with the Law on Regime and Provisional Inpatient Hospitalization - PNAISARI in separate male and female units male and female, the parameters for construction, expansion or renovation of health facilities in inpatient units and Provisional Admission and State Operational Plan for Comprehensive Healthcare for Adolescents in conflict with the law in inpatient and Provisional Admission.

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Portaria No. 647 (Ordinance No. 647)
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