Incontinence & Immobility

Please tell me the number of elderly patients (more than 65 years old) and also mortality rates in your hospital of those elderly (those more than 65 years old) over the last 5 years:-

a – not having urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence as they did not wear incontinence pads This information is not collated centrally by the Trust.

b – only having urinary incontinence and wore urinary incontinence pad for urine only This information is not collated centrally by the Trust.

c – had both urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence and as such wore dual sort incontinence pad This information is not collated centrally by the Trust.

Please tell me the number of elderly patients (more than 65 years old) and also mortality rates in your hospital of those elderly (those more than 65 years old) over the last 5 years:-

a – immobile (cannot walk)

The number of elderly patients (more than 65 years old):
2011: 25802
2012: 26230
2013: 28309
2014: 30193
2015: 30192

The number of elderly patients (more than 65 years old) who were immobile (cannot walk):
2011: N/A
2012: 38
2013: 68
2014: 63
2015: 44

Total death for the elderly patients (more than 65 years old) who were immobile (cannot walk):
2011: N/A
2012: 7
2013: 6
2014: 6
2015: 13

The mortality rates of the elderly patients (more than 65 years old) who were immobile (cannot walk):
2011: N/A
2012: 18.42%
2013: 8.82%
2014: 9.52%
2015: 29.55%

Note: The Trust commenced recording immobile (cannot walk) information on the Patient Administration System in 2012, therefore this data is not available for 2011.

b – semi-immobile (require assistance by another person in walking): This information is not collated centrally by the Trust.

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