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National Diabetes Audit -2012-2013, Report 2

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Publication date:
Geographic coverage:
Wales, England
Geographical granularity:
NHS Trusts, Primary Care Organisations, Clinical Commissioning Groups
Date range:
01 Jan 2012 to 31 Mar 2013

Summary

2012-2013 National Diabetes Audit (NDA) report.

Report 2 shows Complications and Mortality

This national report, from the tenth year of the NDA, presents key findings on complications in 2012-2013 for all age groups. The care processes and treatment target standards as specified in National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Clinical Guidelines (CG)1, including CG152, CG103, CG664 and CG875 and the NICE Diabetes in Adults Quality Standards were reported in October 2014. This report presents statistics about diabetes outcomes including diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), chronic kidney disease and treatment of end stage kidney disease (renal replacement therapy), lower limb amputations, heart disease and stroke.
 
Due to the size of this publication, the data have been organised alphabetically by CCG/LHB profile and split into several pages, which are linked to below.

Key facts

The report shows that people with diabetes are;

  • 139 per cent more likely to be admitted to hospital with angina (24 per cent of all FCEs for the condition)
  • 94 per cent more likely to be admitted to hospital with myocardial infarction (20 per cent of all FCEs for the condition)
  • 126 per cent more likely to be admitted to hospital with heart failure  (24 per cent of all FCEs for the condition)
  • 63 per cent more likely to be admitted to hospital with a stroke (17 per cent of all FCEs for the condition)
  • 400 per cent more likely to be admitted to hospital for a major amputation (36 per cent of all FCEs for the condition); and 817 per cent more likely to be admitted with a minor amputation (50 per cent of all FCEs for the condition)
  • 272 per cent more likely to be admitted to hospital for renal replacement therapy (ESKD) (31 per cent of all FCEs for the condition)

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