SSH STATISTICS

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The Hospital Medical Record Section maintains the details of the indoor as well as outdoor patients. It shows that the patient load is progressively increasing. In 2009 outdoor patient's attendance was 943231 which exceeded by 126206 patients compared to the year 2008. In emergency OPD 52920 patients were seen during the year. Total admissions in the hospital including Special Ward were 45161 and in total 24056 major and minor operations were conducted. A total of 2339 (1930 Gynecology + 409 Prasuti Tantra) deliveries were conducted during 2009. Various investigations carried in different units in 2009 increased by more than twice (a total 1125295) compared to only 547490 in 2008. This drastic difference was due to efficient performance of Centre of Clinical Investigation (CCI). The bed occupancy rate varied from 30% to 100% in different wards. The occupancy varied from department to department and some of the departments had 100% occupancy. It will be more appreciated with the subsequent presentation department wise.

DETAILS OF HOSPITAL STATISTICS 2009

Table-1:
Trend of major hospital statistics in last five years
Table-2:
Trends of deaths in admitted patients
Table-3:
Trend of Medico Legal Cases (MLC)
Table-4:
Trend of various investigations by different units
Table-5:
Trend of major & minor operations conducted by Faculty of Medicine and Ayurveda
Table-6: Trends of major & minor operations conducted by various General Surgical units of faculty of medicine
Table-7: Trends of major & minor operations conducted by various super specialty surgical units of faculty of medicine
Table-8: Trends of major & minor operations conducted by various surgical units of faculty of Ayurveda
Table-9: Trend of new & old patients seen by Faculties of Medicine, Dental Sciences and Ayurvedia
Table-10: Trends of new & old patients seen by various units of general medicals disciplines
Table-11: Trend of new & old patients seen by various units of medical  disciplines
Table-12: Trends of new & old patients seen by various units of Surgical discipline
Table-13: Trends of new & old patients seen by various units of Super Specialty (Medical)
Table-14: Trend of new & old patients seen by various units of Super Specialty (Surgical)
Table-15: Trends of new & old patients seen by various units of Ayurvead (Medical)
Table-16: Trend of new & old patients seen by various units of Ayurveda (Surgical)
Table-17: Trend of Male, Female and Children patients seen by various units of Faculties of Medicine, Ayurveda and Dental Sciences 
Table-18: Trend of Male, Female and Children patients seen by various units of general (Medicals) 
Table-19: Trend of Male, Female and Children patients seen by various units of general (Medicals) specialities
Table-20: Trend of Male, Female and Children patients seen by various units of general (Surgical) specialities
Table-21: Trends of Male, Female and Children patients seen by various units of Super Specialty (Medical)
Table-22: Trend of Male, Female and Children patients seen by various units of Super Specialty (Surgical)
Table-23: Trend of Male, Female and Children patients seen by various units of Ayurveda (Medical)
Table-24: Trend of Male, Female and Children patients seen by various surgical units of Ayurveda
Table-25: Year and state wise percent distribution of deliveries conducted in faculty of Medicine and Ayurveda
Table-26: Year and mother’s age wise percent distribution of deliveries conducted in Faculty of Med. and Ay.
Table-27: Year and mode wise distribution of deliveries conducted in Faculty of Med. and Ay.
Table-28: Year and mothers age wise distribution of mode of deliveries conducted in Faculty of Medicine and Ayurveda combined
Table-29: Sex distribution of new born in Faculty of Medicine and Ayurveda
Table-30: Distribution of total deliveries by area in different states
Table-31: Year wise bed occupancy rate in the wards of General Medical Units of Faculty of medicine
Table-32: Year wise bed occupancy rate in the wards of super speciality Medical Units of Faculty of medicine
Table-33: Year wise bed occupancy rate in the wards of Surgical Units of Faculty of medicine
Table-33: Year wise bed occupancy rate in the wards of Super Speciality Surgical Units of Faculty of medicine
Table-34: Year wise bed occupancy rate in the Special Ward.
Table-35: Year wise bed occupancy rate in the wards of Medical Units of Faculty of Ayurveda
Table-35: Year wise bed occupancy rate in the wards of Medical Units of Faculty of Ayurveda
Table-36: Year wise bed occupancy rate in the wards of Surgical Units of Faculty of Ayurveda

Old Statistics (2004-2008)

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