30-day mortality

30-day mortality

A statistic defined as death occurring within 30 days of a defined event—e.g., hospital admission, diagnosis of an infection, surgery.

30-day mortality

Epidemiology A statistic defined as death occurring within 30 days of a hospital admission
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Outcomes for each member of this cohort were statistically compared to the 30-day mortality and readmissions and 365-day mortality rates of ten controls derived from CMS data and matched for demographics, comorbidities, and time of treatment.
Prior to the protocol, women had higher 30-day mortality than men.
Recently, a study under Deveraux et al suggests that monitoring of hs-cTnT can predict 30-day mortality risk in the non-cardiac surgery patients.
A project led by scientists from the University of South Alabama, Sage Bionetworks, Duke University, and Stanford University, 24 scientists from across the world collaborated on a community approach to derive gene-based models that can accurately predict 30-day mortality in patients with sepsis at the time of patient enrollment, the University of South Alabama said.
The 30-day mortality rate for patients operated on a Saturday was 1.
Hospital pay-for-performance programs are not leading to significant improvements in clinical process scores or 30-day mortality rates for Medicare beneficiaries, according to an analysis of Medicare claims data.
As 30-day readmission rates declined for each condition, 30-day mortality rates rose slightly for heart failure, declined slightly for heart attack, and remained the same for pneumonia.
The 30-day mortality rate after ERCP has been reported to be 2.
We assessed predictors of CN use, length of stay (LOS), 30-day readmission, and 30-day mortality using multivariable logistic regression.
We used 30-day mortality and length of stay in ICU as the main outcome variable and analyzed the risk factors for PAH occurrence in critically ill elderly patients.
We compared 30-day mortality among the different CTP classes.