3 edition of Hospital morbidity statistics found in the catalog.
Hospital morbidity statistics
Great Britain. General Register Office.
|Series||Its Studies on medical and population subjects, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||RA407.5 G7 A45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||113|
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Comparison of hospital activity. The Hospital morbidity statistics book tabulation list for morbidity published in ICD volume 1 consists of groups defined by their ICD codes. For international comparisons of hospital morbidity statistics this list has been regarded too extensive and different shortlists have been developed by producers of hospital statistics.
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The National Hospital Morbidity Database (NHMD), a compilation of episode-level records from admitted patient morbidity data collection systems in Australian public and private hospitals.
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George's Hospital Medical School London, England The measurement of disease states in epidemiological studies is an ever re-curring problem.
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Objective: To collect a valid, complete, continuous, and representative database of morbidity presenting to primary care and to use the data to help commission services on the basis of local need and effectiveness.
Setting: Computerised general practices in Somerset. Methods: Participating general practices were selected to be representative of the district health. The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is a globally used diagnostic tool for epidemiology, health management and clinical purposes.
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Mortality of meningococcal disease is reported between 7% and 19% in review of multiple centers, with some studies reporting. The aim of JHS cohort surveillance is to identify all cohort morbidity and mortality events including hospitalizations and out of hospital deaths for cohort participants and to validate the diagnoses of all cardiovascular disease (CVD) events including CHD, cerebrovascular accident (CVA) and CHF.Introduction Mortality and morbidity (M&M) meetings present a forum to discuss and review in-hospital deaths and complications to improve patient care.
However, it remains an untapped resource to improve the exposure of the trainees to the principles of patient safety. Methods We modified the departmental M&M meetings to enhance the delivery of patient safety education.