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This data represents what percentage of the time MultiCare follows these actions in relation to the statewide average for Washington hospitals.
- Timing of Antibiotic
- Infection Control
- Stopping Antibiotics
- Glucose Control
- Catheter Removal
- Temperature Control
- Administering of Beta Blockers
- Blood Clot Control
Surgery patients who were given an antibiotic at the right time (within one hour before surgery) to help prevent infection.
Surgery patients who were given the right kind of antibiotic to help prevent infection.
Surgery patients whose preventive antibiotics were stopped at the right time (within 24 hours after surgery).
Heart surgery patients whose blood sugar (blood glucose) is kept under good control in the days right after surgery.
Surgery patients whose urinary catheters were removed on the first or second day after surgery.
Patients having surgery who were actively warmed in the operating room or whose body temperature was near normal by the end of surgery.
Surgery patients who were taking heart drugs called beta blockers before coming to the hospital, who were kept on the beta blockers during the period just before and after their surgery.
Surgery patients whose doctors ordered treatments to prevent blood clots after certain types of surgeries.
Data represents discharges from the first and second quarter of 2012. Updated 12/17/2012