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Percentage of patients within a province who received planned total hip replacements within 26 weeks (182 days) from the date they were ready to be treated
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This indicator is calculated based on provincial and national wait time data for the first two quarters of the fiscal year (April–September).

Percentage within the benchmark is calculated by dividing the number of cases who received care within the benchmark by all cases, multiplied by 100.

Unit of Analysis: Client or patient

Calculation of all-Canada estimates:

All-Canada Percentage Meeting Benchmark

The national percentage meeting benchmark estimate was calculated as follows:

National percentage meeting benchmark = Total patients meeting benchmark for each province ÷ Total procedures performed × 100

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Place of service

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Percentage or proportion

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None

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Not applicable

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Description:
All cases of Number of adults who received a planned total hip replacement
Inclusions:
1. Inpatients in all provincial facilities

2. Age 18 and older 2.

3. 1.VA.53.LA-PN-^ Implantation of internal device, hip joint, open approach (direct lateral, posterolateral, posterior, transgluteal), dual component prosthetic device (femoral with acetabular)

4. 1.VA.53.LL-PN-^ Implantation of internal device, hip joint, open anterior (muscle sparing) approach (anterolateral, direct anterior), dual component prosthetic device (femoral with acetabular)
5. All total hip replacements (primary and revision); bilateral joint replacements count as a single wait

36. All priority levels
Exclusions:
1. Emergency cases

2. Elective Cement spacers and elective partial hip replacements and hip resurfacing techniques

3. Abandoned procedures

4. Days when patient was unavailable

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Description:
Cases Number of adults who received a planned total hip replacement who received surgery within 182 days (26 weeks (182 days) from the date they were ready to be treated
Inclusions:
1. Inpatients in all provincial facilities

2. Age 18 and older

23. All total hip replacements (primary and revision); bilateral joint replacements count as a single wait 3.

4. 1.VA.53.LA-PN-^ Implantation of internal device, hip joint, open approach (direct lateral, posterolateral, posterior, transgluteal), dual component prosthetic device (femoral with acetabular)

5. 1.VA.53.LL-PN-^ Implantation of internal device, hip joint, open anterior (muscle sparing) approach (anterolateral, direct anterior), dual component prosthetic device (femoral with acetabular)

6. All priority levels
Exclusions:
1. Emergency cases

2. Elective Cement spacers and elective partial hip replacements and hip resurfacing techniques

3. Abandoned procedures

4. Days when patient was unavailable

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Provincial Wait Times Registry, Data may come from various sources, depending on the province.

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Type of Year:
Fiscal
First Available Year:
2008
Last Available Year:
2017 2018

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All provinces

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National, Province/Territory, Region

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