hospital mortality rate

hospital mortality rate

The death rate/1000 admissions at a particular hospital. See High mortality outlier.
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Our hospital mortality rate was significantly reduced from 19.5% in general ICU to 9.1% (p = 0.001) in NCCU.
Compared with patients in the control group, the hospital mortality rate was lower when the clinicians had access to frequent lactate measurements (34% vs 44%, respectively; adjusted hazard ratio, 0.61; 95% confidence interval, 0.43-0.87; P=.0006).
[35] presented a 2-fold higher hospital mortality rate in the subgroup of patients with DM and hyperglycemia in comparison to patients with DM without hyperglycemia.
hospital mortality rate was 12.89 per 1,000 patients per year, Conway's came in at 17.23, St.
hospitals, a continuing decline in hospital mortality rate, along with recognition and certification as a center of excellence for bariatric surgery and stroke.
However, the hospital mortality rate was lower for patients with BMI 30-34.9 kg/[m.sup.2] and BMI >40 kg/[m.sup.2] and especially for patients with BMI >40 kg/[m.sup.2] as it was the lowest among the groups.
In the best institutions in this country, the operation carried about a 25 percent hospital mortality rate. In other words, one out of every four patients who had the operation died without ever leaving the hospital.
In its site visits to most of the Paris hospitals in 1790, the Poverty Committee discovered for itself the "grim reality" of Old Regime institutions: orphans suffering from scabies, ringworm, scrofula and scurvy; as many as 200 men and women tormented by venereal diseases occupying a waiting room with 20-25 beds at Bicetre hospital, too sick and weak to move; and an impossibly gigantic Hotel-Dieu, with the highest hospital mortality rate in the world due in large measure to the crowding of four to six patients into every available bed.
Hospital Mortality rate refers to the percentage of patients who die while in the hospital.2 Maternal mortality ratio of hospital indicates the standard of care provided to a patient.
Furthermore, the overall hospital mortality rate of 12-17% is comparable to rates observed in North America during the mid-19th century and is substantially higher than the 2.1% mortality rate documented in contemporary Massachusetts.

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