–          If the Trust currently, or have previously, assigned additional hospital beds for respiratory admissions over winter months? No

–          It the Trust has made any changes to its pathway for respiratory admissions in the last five years? No

–          What percentage of patients with a primary diagnosis of COPD, admitted for an exacerbation of COPD, received specialist input in to their care within 24 hours of admission in each month of 2016 and each available month of 2017? Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust does not record this information centrally and to obtain this the trust would have to manually scrutinise individual healthcare records. This would go above and beyond the time scale specified under the Freedom of Information Act. However, attached below is Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s best practice data which includes specialist review within 24 hours.

      COPD BPT Run chart Oct 2017

 

–          What percentage of patients with a primary diagnosis of COPD, admitted for an exacerbation of COPD, received a discharge bundle prior to discharge in each month of 2016 and each available month of 2017?     

Month/Year Total Bundles
Apr-16 11
May-16 14
Jun-16 22
Jul-16 15
Aug-16 21
Sep-16 23
Oct-16 16
Nov-16 20
Dec-16 27
Jan-17 38
Feb-17 40
Mar-17 20
Total number of COPD Discharge Bundles 267
Total number of COPD Admissions 16/17 349
% patients received COPD discharge bundle 16/17 76.50%

 

Month/Year Total Bundles
Apr-17 23
May-17 33
Jun-17 25
Jul-17 28
Aug-17 27
Sep-17 29
Total number of COPD Discharge Bundles 165
Total number of COPD Admissions 17/18 156
% patients received COPD discharge bundle 17/18 105.70%

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