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NICOR’s mission is to provide accurate data on cardiovascular outcomes for the public, healthcare providers and the medical profession. NICOR manages the National Adult Cardiac Surgery Audit, which has been reporting risk adjusted* outcomes since 2005. The most recent hospital and consultant procedure numbers, risk-adjusted in-hospital mortality and risk factor incidence were published for NHS hospitals and individual consultants in April 2014. More...
The number of UK adult heart patients dying in hospital has fallen by more than 20% in the last ten years, according to the latest National Adult Cardiac Surgery Audit (NACSA) data published today. More...
National clinical audits
NICOR manages cardiac audit data
NICOR is responsible for managing six national clinical cardiac audits, commissioned by HQIP until March 2016. More information about each audit can be found in the relevant webpages in this section.
All adult patients undergoing major heart surgery,collecting data on all major heart operations carried out on NHS patients in the UK
All adult patients on whom a percutaneous cardiovascular intervention (PCI) procedure is performed, providing comparative data on the provision of PCI in the UK.
All adult patients with implanted devices or receiving interventional procedures for management of cardiac rhythm disorders, providing comparative information on the implantation of these devices in patients in the UK.
All cardiac or intrathoracic great vessel procedures carried out in patients under the age of 16 years, and all adult congenital cardiac procedures performed for a cardiac defect present from birth, providing specific information on the care of both children and adults with congenital heart disease.
All patients with an unscheduled admission to hospital with heart failure, collecting data on patients discharged from acute hospitals in England and Wales with a primary diagnosis of heart failure.
All adult patients with acute coronary syndromes, collecting information on the management of patients admitted with a diagnosis of myocardial infarction and other acute coronary syndromes.
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