Coronary revascularisation in the South West region, 1991-2000: equity in the use of CABG and PTCA by gender, age, deprivation and geography

Coronary revascularisation in the South West region, 1991-2000: equity in the use of CABG and PTCA by gender, age, deprivation and geography

Click here to view


Resource Information
 
Description: Equity of access to coronary artery bypass grafting and percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty for heart disease
Format: Adobe Acrobat Document Adobe Acrobat Document file, 4184323 bytes
Estimated download times:
Modem (56Kb) = 10 Minutes 25 Seconds
ISDN (128Kb) = 4 Minutes 21 Seconds
BroadBand (512Kb) = 1 Minute 4 Seconds
BroadBand (2MB) = 16 Seconds
Type: Report : None
 
Related Resources
 
Member of:
Collection : Health and Population Data
Collection : Health Inequalities
Collection : Access To Services
 
Creator
 
Public Health Intelligence Team, South West Public Health Observatory
 
Contributors
Shah Ibrahim
Yoav Ben-Shlomo
Davidson Ho
Roy Maxwell
Mary Shaw
 
Publisher
 
Public Health Intelligence Team, South West Public Health Observatory
 
Coverage
 
Spatial Coverage: South West Region
Temporal Coverage From: Tuesday, 1st January 1991 00:00:00
Temporal Coverage To: Sunday, 31st December 2000 00:00:00
 
Dates
 
Date Created: Friday, 9th September 2005 00:00:00
Date Acquired: Friday, 9th September 2005 00:00:00
Date Available: Friday, 9th September 2005 00:00:00
Date Issued: Friday, 1st February 2002 00:00:00
 
Subject
 
Keywords (National Public Health Language):
ACCESS
AGE
AGE GROUPS
CORONARY HEART DISEASE
DEPRIVATION
DISEASES
GENDER
GEOGRAPHY
GROUPS
HEART DISEASE AND STROKES
PEOPLE AND POPULATIONS
POVERTY
SETTINGS AND PLACES
SEX
SOCIAL FACTORS
SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS
SURGERY
Category (Government Category List)
DISEASES
HEART DISEASE AND STROKES
 
Other
 
Source: English Hospital Episodes Statistics (HES) Database
Downloaded: 1039 time(s), last time Thursday, 18th September 2014
 
 
 

Click here to view



To view this document you need to use a PDF viewer such as Acrobat Reader or Acrobat Exchange from Adobe Systems Incorporated. Click on the link immediately below to download a free version of Adobe Acrobat Reader from Adobe's website if you do not already have this software installed.

download Adobe Acrobat Download Adobe Acrobat Reader now