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Post Intensive Care Unit mortality and complications relative frequency in adulthood patients discharged in educational Hospital of Yasuj from October 2017 to March 2018

Author: AMIN MOTLAGH, NASTARAN FOOLADI, JANMOHAMAD MALEKZADEH
Abstract: The most important index in evaluating the health care capabilities of hospitals is the mortality rate of patients. Many health centers have attempted to identify factors that may change mortality rates in the intensive care unit. Because this information can be used to organize health care and reduce mortality. The aim of this study was to investigate the relative frequency of mortality and morbidity after discharge in adult patients discharged from intensive care unit of Yasuj teaching hospitals from October 2017 to March 2018. This is a cross-sectional descriptive study that was conducted from October 2017 to March 2018 in Yasuj hospitals. Patients admitted to the ICU were admitted to the study. Study variables included 1-age 2-sex 3-chronic disease 4-place of living 5-complications 6-hospital stay 7-cause of hospitalization 8-education and occupation. Patients' data were collected through a questionnaire and analyzed by SPSS software. Out of 136 patients admitted to ICU, 18 people (13%) died, 50% were deceased and 50% were female. The age range of patients was 16 to 90 years, the highest mortality was in the high age group of 60 years and in the next rank was 21-30 years. Most of the deaths were in the first 5 days, with 51% of those who died living in the city and 49% living in the village. 78.5% had chronic disease and 21.5% had no underlying disease. According to the above findings, there was a significant relationship between patients with underlying disease, age, occupation, place of residence, length of hospitalization and mortality rate. The most common cause of death in the intensive care unit was chronic diseases and mortality was high in the elderly.
Keyword: Mortality, Discharge, Intensive Care Unit, Complications, Patient
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.01.025
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