What does it mean?
It measures the rate of medical complications such as infection, blood clots in leg veins [DVT], peroneal nerve [a nerve in the lower leg] damage, patellar [kneecap] injuries, injury to blood vessels, fat embolism, blood transfusion and anesthesia complications after a Total Knee Replacement.
What does it indicate?
A lesser complication rate implies quicker recovery and lesser stay at the hospital.
|International Bench Mark||0.93% *|
|Reference||Abott Northwestern Hospital, US|
|Apollo Hospitals Score||0.00 **|
* References chosen for the benchmark of each indicator, are the best of class for that respective indicator
** All values audited and validated by the Apollo Clinical Audit Team