Mortality in Surgical Resuscitation at Chu-Kara
Essohanam Tabana MOUZOU1*, Sarakawabalo ASSENOUWE1, Pikabalo TCHETIKE2, Eyram Yoan Makafui AMEKOUDI3 & Tchaa Hodabalo TOWOEZIM4
1Resuscitation Anesthesia Department at the Kara-CHU, Uttar Pradesh
2CHU-Sylvanus Olympio Anesthesia Resuscitation Department in Lomé, Togo
3Medical Resuscitation and Nephrology Service of the CHU-Kara, Togo
4CHU-Kara Traumatology Department, Togo
Dr. Essohanam Tabana MOUZOU, Department of Medicine and Medical Specialties (Anesthesia, Resuscitation and Emergencies), University of Kara, Togo.
Keywords: Surgical; Mortality
Title: Mortality in the surgical intensive care unit of the CHU-Kara. Aim: To make an inventory of the mortality in the surgical resuscitation of the CHU-Kara. Introduction: Hospital mortality, a real public health problem, remains a real concern in the ICU and especially in the surgical ICU because of several risk factors. Methodology: This was a retrospective study of the records of patients who died in the surgical intensive care unit of CHU-Kara over 12 months from November 1, 2019 to October 31, 2020.
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