Hip fracture co-management in the elderly in a tertiary referral hospital: A cohorts study

Publication date: Available online 30 July 2019Source: Revista Clínica Española (English Edition)Author(s): M. Rincón Gómez, C. Hernández Quiles, M. García Gutiérrez, J. Galindo Ocaña, R. Parra Alcaraz, V. Alfaro Lara, R. González León, M. Bernabeu Wittel, M. Ollero BaturoneAbstractIntroductionHip fracture in the elderly is one of the most prevalent diagnoses in Orthopedic Surgery Departments. It has a great impact in medical, economic and social terms. Our objective is to analyze clinical impact of a co-management care model between orthopedic surgery and internal medicine departments for elderly patients admitted with hip fracture in a tertiary referral hospital.Material and methodsRetrospective cohort study of patients older than 65 years old admitted with hip fracture between January 2005 and August 2006 (HIST cohort) without a co-management care model, and between January 2008 and August 2010 (COFRAC cohort) with a co-manEdadment care model. Analysis of demographic, clinical and surgery characteristics, complications incidence and mortality and re-admissions at 30 days was made.ResultsA total of 701 patients were included (471 HIST, 230 COFRAC). There were no differences in sex, gender, time to surgery, type of anesthesia and surgery, length of stay, ambulation at discharge and 30-days emergency room consultation, readmissions or mortality at 30 days. There were differences in identification of polypat...
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