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Cardiac patient waits fall

9th May 2006

A study from the NHS Heart Improvement Programme says the time spent by cardiac patients in England in hospital waiting for treatment has dropped substantially.

The mean wait from first admission to hospital to the time of procedure for all patients has dropped from 11.66 days in April 2004 to 6.40 days in October 2005.

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Article Information

Title: Cardiac patient waits fall
Author: Sue Knights
Article Id: 296
Date Added: 9th May 2006


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