Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: Supplementary 7, Pages: 1-7
Hye-Jeong Hwang1 and Kwang-Hwan Kim2*
This study analyzed the varying progress of 1,306 died patients in 2000, 2005 and 2010 at K University Hospital located in Daejeon Metropolitan City. As for the causes of death, this study conducted chi-square analysis and trend analysis using frequency analysis and SPSS by deducting the top 5 diagnoses of died patients in relation to their general characteristics and hospitalization-related characteristics. Moreover,this study analyzed the trend for each item through the trend analysis method of Cochran-Armitage as to the scale that showed a significant resultfrom the yearly progress oftop 5 death causes as a result of the diagnosis. Consequently, this study aimed to utilize the results of the aforementioned analysis as preliminary data for the developing of well-dying educational program to enhance the death rate of hospitalization and the quality of life. In conclusion, the death rate among middle-aged people between 45 and 59 years old in the regions with a low degree of medical accessibility is on the rise. Thus, it is required to promote vaccination and develop educational programs for the prevention of respiratory diseases such as pneumonia and the improvement of living behaviors for education and cancer prevention as to prompt a systematic emergency treatment and delivery system. This is for the purpose of increasing the survival rate of emergency patients in relation to the development of well-dying educational programs for an improvement of quality of life for middle-aged people.
Keywords: Component, Death Rate, Death Trend Died Patients, Medical Recorded Information
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