Most current: 28/06/2011
The surgical services of the public hospitals closed the first term of 2011 with a surgical average of delay|dilatoriness of 51,40 days in the waiting lists. Some data that place the average of 6,35 days for under the delay|dilatoriness shown|presented to the same term of year 2010.
According to the data brought by the Service of Health of the Balearic Islands, to|in date of 31 March 2011 there were 11.993 persons to|in the waiting lists surgical (LEQ). 805 persons are less of those that waited to the same term of 2010, for what represents a slope of 6,2% of persons who wait. Of 11.993 that they waited, 9.584 (79,9%) were|found in the stretch understood|included between one and three months and 3.233 (20,1%) were in the stretch of waiting from three to six months. The average of delay|dilatoriness in ending|finishing the first term of 2011 was from 51,40 days, 10 days lower than that of the former term (October-December 2010) that was in 61,67 days.
This descent from the medium delay|dilatoriness of days in waiting list is the reflection of an increase in the number of operations, which were increased to|in the whole|set of hospitals of the Balearic Islands 0,32% to the first term of the year with respect to the same term of the former year and 7,3% with respect to that of year 2007. The number of operations in finishing March 2011 was from 18.093, front|forehead to|in the 18.036 interventions of March 2010 and 16.456 March 2007.
Regarding the waiting lists surgical of the hospitals of Mallorca, Sword Sleep had there 4.220 persons, with a medium delay|dilatoriness of 53,10 days, what means a slope of 4,71 days with respect to the delay|dilatoriness of the Hospital Son Dureta in the month of March 2010; His|Her|Their Llàtzer, with 55,89 days, what represents a slope of 2,83 days with respect to the same term of the former year, had there 2.639 patients; the 1.490 patients in the waiting lists surgical of the Hospital of Manacor they had a delay|dilatoriness of 55,51 days, 7,43 days less that in 2010.
Finally, the Local Hospital of Inca had a surgical waiting list of 1.179 persons, with an average of delay|dilatoriness of 48,08 days, 14,57 days less than to the first term of 2010.
In Menorca, the Hospital General Mateu Orfila had 981 patients and an average of delay|dilatoriness of 48,83 days, what means a slope of 2,28 days with respect to the delay|dilatoriness of March 2010.
Regarding the Pitiüses, the Hospital Can Misses, of Eivissa, she|it counted 1.032 persons in the waiting lists surgical, with 45,90 days on average of delay|dilatoriness, 19,97 days less that in the first term of 2010; and the Hospital of Formentera closed the first term of 2011 with 21 persons waiting to be operated, with an average of delay|dilatoriness of 24,47 days, 4,92 days less than the same term of the former year.
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