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Clinical Quality and Outcomes

Quality and Safety of care are the cornerstone of our services

GKNM Hospital was the first Hospital in Tamilnadu to be accredited by the ‘National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers’.

Quality excellence and safety programs are implemented for both medical and nonmedical departments. Data is closely monitored and outcomes are shared with the Staff for continual improvement. A hospital which has checks and balances is always viewed upon with respect. Our audit programs are indeed models of Quality assurance.

1. Door - to - balloon time among patients who have presented with acute ST segment elevation Myocardial infarction ( STEMI)

What does it mean?

Average time between arrival of patient to the emergency room and when the compromised vessel is re perfused via coronary intervention in the Cath lab. Prompt percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) significantly reduces mortality and morbidity

Name of ParameterBench MarkReferenceGKNMH data Jan – Oct 2022
Average Door – to – balloon time among patients who have presented with STEMI90 minsAmerican College of Cardiology (ACC) and the American Heart Association (AHA).79 mins

2. Operative mortality following isolated CABG

What does it mean?

Operative mortality has been defined as any death, regardless of cause, occurring within 30 days after surgery in or out of the hospital, and after 30 days during the same hospitalization subsequent to the operation.

Name of ParameterBench MarkReferenceGKNMH data Jan – Dec 2021
Operative mortality following isolated CABG1.80%STS Adult Cardiac Surgery database0.71%

3. Incidence of stroke post isolated CABG

What does it mean?

Stroke is one of the most devastating complications after coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery, entailing permanent disability, a 3–6 fold increased risk of mortality, an increased cost of hospitalisation and a longer length of hospital stay.

Name of ParameterBench MarkReferenceGKNMH data Jan – Dec 2021
Incidence of cereberovascular accident post isolated CABG1.30%STS Adult Cardiac Surgery database0.76%

4. Incidence of surgical site infection following Cesarean section.

What does it mean?

Surgical site infection (SSI) is an infection that occurs after surgery within 30 days in the part of the body where the surgery took place. Surgical site infections are one of the main complication of cesarean section and are associated with elevated health care costs and maternal morbidity.

Name of ParameterBench MarkReferenceGKNMH data Aug `20 – Jan `21
Incidence of surgical site infection following cesarean section1.8%CDC – NHSN 2006-2008 SSI Rate1.09%

5. Complication rate in image guided interventions

Complication rate in image guided interventions

Image-guided percutaneous needle biopsy (PNB) is an established, effective procedure for selected patients with suspected pathology. While practicing , physicians should strive to avoid complications during this diagnostic procedure.

Name of ParameterBench MarkReferenceGKNMH data Jan – Dec 2021
Complication rate in image guided interventionsOverall threshold: Lung Procedures – 10%, Others 2%American College of Radiology0.94%

6. Quality measures for Pediatric cardiac surgery

What does it mean?

The Pediatric cardiothoracic services in G.Kuppuswamy Naidu Memorial Hospital is a Children`s Heart link partner participating in the International Quality Improvement Collaborative for Congenital Heart diseases (IQIC). All data submitted is verified and validated by the team from Boston children`s Hospital. The annual benchmarking report of IQIC allows to track performance and compare our results with our IQIC partners.

Name of ParameterBench Mark International Quality Improvement collaborative for congential Heart disease(IQIC) annual reportReferenceGKNMH data Jan– Dec 2021
RACHS –1 adjusted standardised in- hospital mortality ratioRange of standardised in- hospital mortality ratio across all sites0.5%0%
In Hospital deathAll sites combined data4.7%2.4%
Surgical site infection rateAll sites combined data2%0%
Bacterial sepsis rateAll sites combined data5%0.6%
Major infection rateAll sites combined data6.5%0.6%
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TNPCB Annual Report - 2020
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TNPCB Annual Report - 2021
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TNPCB Annual Report - 2022
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TNPCB Annual Report - 2023
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MONTHLY REPORT ON BIOMEDICAL WASTE GENERATED

 

S.NoCategory of Biomedical Waste

July 2023

Weight in Kg.

1Red8233
2Yellow 16936
3Yellow 2109
4Blue2870
5White (Sharp)225.2

 

 

S.NoCategory of Biomedical Waste

August 2023

Weight in Kg.

1Red7949
2Yellow 16887
3Yellow 290.6
4Blue2838
5White (Sharp)174.6

 

 

S.NoCategory of Biomedical Waste

September 2023

Weight in Kg.

1Red7616
2Yellow 16602
3Yellow 295.5
4Blue2659
5White (Sharp)176.8

 

 

S.NoCategory of Biomedical Waste

October 2023

Weight in Kg.

1Red7746
2Yellow 16725
3Yellow 282.9
4Blue2813
5White (Sharp)164.5

 

 

S.NoCategory of Biomedical Waste

November 2023

Weight in Kg.

1Red7533
2Yellow 16456
3Yellow 298.4
4Blue2642
5White (Sharp)163.7

 

 

S.NoCategory of Biomedical Waste

December 2023

Weight in Kg.

1Red7585
2Yellow 16611
3Yellow 276
4Blue2782
5White (Sharp)171

 

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