Appendix removal is a surgical procedure, either through keyhole surgery or open surgery. The data presented here relate to patients who stayed one or more nights for the removal of the appendix without either complications, malignant cancer or peritonitis.
Appendix removal: average length of stay
In all years reported data did not meet the criteria to calculate this indicator.
Gallbladder removal, or cholecystectomy, is a surgical procedure generally performed to treat a patient for gallstones. The data presented here relate to patients who had their gallbladder removed using keyhole surgery and who stayed one or more nights without complications.
Gallbladder removal: average length of stay
In 2015–16 there were no patients reported for this indicator in this time period.
|Year||Number of overnight stays||Average length of stay||Peer group average||Total overnight patient bed days|
|- There were no patients reported for this indicator in this time period.|
|NP Reported data did not meet the criteria to calculate this indicator.|