Salisbury Foundation Trust

FOI_4796

Internal Reference Number: FOI_4796

Date Request Received: 07/01/2019 14:45:26

Date Request Replied To: 24/01/2019 12:14:58

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Request Summary: Figures for pelvic organ prolapse, and hysterectomies

Request Category: Companies

 
Question Number 1:
For the following questions please provide the information for male and female statistics separately. If the data is not available between 2017-2018, please provide data for the next available year. In terms of pelvic organs, I refer to the pelvic organs such as the bladder, uterus, vagina, bowel, and rectum.

The total figure for Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust spending on treatment for pelvic organ prolapse for the last available fiscal year.
 
Answer To Question 1:
This is the cost for those patients in 2017/18

Male £25,214.92 and Female £324,371 total £349,585.90.
 
Question Number 2:
The number of males and females that were admitted to hospitals under Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust as a result of pelvic organ prolapse between 01 April 2017 and 01 April 2018.
 
Answer To Question 2:
The follow number of patients were admitted between 1st April 2017 and 1st April 2018 as a result of pelvic organ prolapse:

Female = 227
Male = 34
Total = 261
 
Question Number 3:
The total number of pelvic organ prolapse surgeries that were performed between 01 April 2017 and 01 April 2018.
 
Answer To Question 3:
Between 1st April 2017 and 1st April 2018 there were 138 surgeries performed for pelvic organ prolapse.
 
Question Number 4:
The total number of patients who were recommended pelvic floor muscle training as treatment for their pelvic organ prolapse between 01 April 2017 and 01 April 2018.
 
Answer To Question 4:
100% of our patients are recommended pelvic floor muscle training as a treatment as this is our pathway.
 
Question Number 5:
How many hysterectomies were performed under the Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust between 01 April 2017 and 01 April 2018? Please could you also provide the top 5 causes of these hysterectomies and their contributing percentage to the total figure.
 
Answer To Question 5:
Between 1st April 2017 and 1st April 2018 there were 127 hysterectomies performed, with the following top 5 primary diagnoses:

C541 Malignant neoplasm: Endometrium = 24 (18.9%)
D259 Leiomyoma of uterus, unspecified = 17 (13.4%)
N812 Incomplete uterovaginal prolapse = 15 (11.8%)
N813 Complete uterovaginal prolapse = 14 (11.0%)
N920 Excessive and frequent menstruation with regular cycle = 6 (4.7%)
D251 Intramural leiomyoma of uterus = 6 (4.7%)
N811 Cystocele = 6 (4.7%)
 
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