|Statement||Department of Health and Social Security and Office of Population Censuses and Surveys. Part 1, Tables.|
|Genre||Gt. Brit., Statistics.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Office of Population Censuses and Surveys.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||307|
All patients with haemophilia (types A and B) who had undergone a THA in a year period from September to May were identified from the HIPE (Hospital In-Patient Enquiry) database. The HIPE search output was cross-referenced with the theatre records to ensure accuracy, and to identify any additional by: 1. PDF | Fracture management in the elderly is a major challenge for today's orthopaedic surgeons. The aim is almost always to return the patient to as | Find, read and cite all the research you. Department of Health and Social Security, Office of Population Censuses and Surveys (DHSS & OPCS). Report on hospital in-patient enquiry for the year Part I. Tables. London: HMSO; p. –9. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v Google Scholar. Hospital Boards for year ended March 6 Costing Returns of Selected Hospitals in Scottish Regional Hospital Boards for year ended March 7 Scottish Hospital In-Patient Statistics 8 Scottish Hospital In-Patient Statistics 9 Booklet printed to mark the 50 th anniversary of the first admission of patients.
This study was carried out at a national centre for coagulation disorders, which offers on-site specialised haematological and orthopaedic services. All patients with haemophilia (types A and B) who had undergone a THA in a year period from September to May were identified from the HIPE (Hospital In-Patient Enquiry) by: 1. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Thirdly, the Division intends to analyse the hospital statistics (in-patients and outpatients departments) arranged as a joint effort by the Ministry of Health and the General Register Office and also publishes in co-operation with the General Register Office under the title "Report on Hospital In-Patient Enquiry for the Year Cited by: 2. the delivery of improvements in the safety of maternity services and robust strategies for overcoming them. There is already a substantial body of evidence on the safety of maternity services in England, including a number of recent high-profile reports (Confidential Enquiry into Maternal and Child Health ; Healthcare Commission ).
Reform of the National Health Service Chronology. The Nuffield Trust have produced a very nice illustrated interactive timeline and Geoffrey Rivett a more comprehensive National Health Service History. Charles Webster did . This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. In they described their first longer term results and success rates were improving. Of 26 patients,13 left the hospital of whom seven were alive a year later. A further report of consecutive patients between and showed a one-year survival rate of 70 per cent - comparable with that of renal transplantation. Information on the work of the hospital service was now available from the Hospital In-patient Enquiry, a 10 per cent sample of the admissions to all hospitals in England and Wales other than those for mental illness and deficiency. Outpatient attendances and .