Irish National ICU Audit Annual Report 2018
reportposted on 11.11.2021, 12:16 authored by Rory DwyerRory Dwyer, Mary Baggot, Olga Brych, Marina Cronin, Andrew Fleming, Alan Gaffney, David Harrison, Fionnola Kelly, Brian Marsh, Tim Mc Donnell, Jeanne Moriarty, Catherine Motherway, Magdalena Pecak, Michael Power, Fionnuala Treanor, Eileen Whelan, The ICU Audit Governance Committee, The National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA)
This report is based on data from 18 Units in 15 hospitals which undertook 70% of all critical care activity in Health Service Executive (HSE)-funded hospitals during 2018. Units varied widely in numbers of beds, numbers of admissions, and in case mix on admission to the Unit. Some Units were High Dependency Units (HDUs), some were Intensive Care Units (ICUs), some were mixed ICU/HDU, and some were specialist Units (e.g. neurosurgical, cardiothoracic). Our data provide a detailed insight into the characteristics of each Unit and allow Units to benchmark themselves against comparable Units. In addition, the data allow comparisons between Units in Ireland and those in the United Kingdom (UK).
CommentsThe original report is available at https://www.noca.ie
Published CitationDwyer R. et al. The ICU Audit Governance Committee, The National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA). Irish National ICU Audit Annual Report 2018. Dublin: National Office of Clinical Audit; 2020
Publication Date12 February 2020
PublisherNational Office of Clinical Audit
- National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA)