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Blood glucose control

Certain people, such as those with diabetes, need to have their blood sugar carefully monitored and controlled. Keeping a patient's blood sugar levels under control after surgery lowers the risk of certain surgical complications. This measure tracks the percentage of patients whose blood sugar was kept under control in the days right after surgery.

October 2011 - September 2012 data


For the above graph: Higher ↑ performance is better.

Results over time

For the above graph: Higher ↑ performance is better.

More surgical care measurements 

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