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Hip fracture in over-65s

Emergency Hospital Admission for fracture neck of femur, directly age-standardised rate, 65 year and over Source: The Information Centre for health and social care (IC) Publisher: Association of...

Hip fracture: incidence (CCGOIS 1.22)

Directly age and sex standardised emergency admission rate for hip fracture in those aged 60 years and over, per 100,000 registered patients, 95% confidence intervals. Current version updated:...

Hip fracture: timely surgery (CCGOIS 3.12)

Of people aged 60 and over with hip fracture, the percentage who receive surgery on the day of, or the day after, admission, 95% confidence intervals (CI). Current version updated: Dec-16 Next...

Hip fracture: collaborative orthogeriatric care (CCGOIS 3.11)

The proportion of people aged 60 and over with hip fractures who received collaborative orthogeriatric care from admission to hospital, expressed as a percentage, with 95% confidence...

Hip fracture: multifactorial risk assessment (CCGOIS 3.13)

Of people aged 60 and over with hip fracture, the percentage who receive a multifactorial risk assessment of future falls risk, 95% confidence intervals (CI). Current version updated: Dec-16 Next...

Hip fracture: care process composite indicator (CCGOIS 3.18)

Of people aged 60 and over with hip fracture, the percentage who receive all nine of the agreed best practice standards, 95% confidence intervals. Current version updated: Dec-16 Next version...

Scottish Hip Fracture Audit Rehabilitation Report

An audit report of the rehabilitation phase of care of elderly patients with hip fractures, particularly aspects highlighted by SIGN 56. Contains pattern of assessments by medical or geriatric...

National Hip Fracture Database Annual Report 2014

Hip fracture is a serious and costly injury affecting mainly older people, and is more common in women. It usually results from the combination of weak bone structure (osteoporosis) and a fall....

National Hip Fracture Database Commissioners Report 2014

Hip fracture is a serious and costly injury affecting mainly older people, and is more common in women. It usually results from the combination of weak bone structure (osteoporosis) and a fall....

Hip fracture: Proportion of patients recovering to their previous levels of mobility / walking ability at 120 days (NHSOF 3.5.ii)

The proportion of patients, expressed as a percentage, with a hip fracture recovering to their previous levels of mobility at 120 days. Purpose This indicator aims to measure how effectively...

National Hip Fracture Database Annual Report 2016

Hip fracture is a serious and costly injury affecting mainly older people, and is more common in women. It usually results from the combination of weak bone structure (osteoporosis) and a fall....

National Hip Fracture Database Annual Report 2015

Hip fracture is a serious and costly injury affecting mainly older people, and is more common in women. It usually results from the combination of weak bone structure (osteoporosis) and a fall....

National Hip Fracture Database Annual Report 2017

Hip fracture is a serious and costly injury affecting mainly older people, and is more common in women. It usually results from the combination of weak bone structure (osteoporosis) and a fall....

Emergency Hospital Admissions for Hip Fractures (age 65 and over)

This dataset shows Emergency Hospital Admissions for fractured neck of femur, for persons Age 65 and over by Gender. The data source (Public Health England) has indicated the following aspects...

Hip fracture: Proportion of patients recovering to their previous levels of mobility / walking ability at 30 days (NHSOF 3.5.i)

The proportion of patients, expressed as a percentage, with a hip fracture recovering to their previous levels of mobility at 30 days. Purpose This indicator aims to measure how effectively...

Hip fracture: proportion of patients recovering to their previous levels of mobility/walking ability at 30 days (CCGOIS 3.10.i)

The proportion of patients aged 60 and over with a hip fracture recovering to their previous levels of mobility at 30 days after admission to hospital, expressed as a percentage with 95% confidence...

Hip fracture: proportion of patients recovering to their previous levels of mobility/walking ability at 120 days (CCGOIS 3.10.ii)

The proportion of patients aged 60 and over with a hip fracture recovering to their previous levels of mobility at 120 days after admission to hospital, expressed as a percentage with 95%...

National Hip Fracture Database Annual Report 2011-12

Hip fracture is a serious and costly injury affecting mainly older people, and is more common in women. It usually results from the combination of weak bone structure (osteoporosis) and a fall....

National Hip Fracture Database Annual Report 2015 - Mortality Supplement

Hip fracture is a serious and costly injury affecting mainly older people, and is more common in women. It usually results from the combination of weak bone structure (osteoporosis) and a fall....

National Hip Fracture Database Annual Report 2012-13

Hip fracture is a serious and costly injury affecting mainly older people, and is more common in women. It usually results from the combination of weak bone structure (osteoporosis) and a fall....