10 Clinical & Operational Statistics on Low Back Injections in Surgery Centers
Median pre-procedure time: 60 minutes (range 9 to 160)
Processes that shortened pre-procedure times: Preparing paperwork prior to patient arrival, physician involvement in patient flow
Median procedure time: 7 minutes (range: 3 to 14)
Median discharge time: 27 minutes (range: 7 to 63)
Processes that shortened discharge times: Avoiding sedation, pre-procedure patient education
95 percent of patients were able to schedule the procedure within a reasonable period of time.
98 percent said they had an adequate understanding of the procedure.
82 percent reported that they were performing their usual daily activities.
76 percent reported their pain had improved.
50 percent had reduced their pain medications.
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