Quality

Percentage Compliance with Hand Hygiene Audit

AVERAGE

Overall Compliance

MOMENT 1

Before Touching a Patient

MOMENT 2

Before A Procedure

MOMENT 3

After a Procedure or Body Fluid Exposure Risk

MOMENT 4

After Touching A Patient

MOMENT 5

After Touching A Patient's Surroundings

Staff Blood & Body Fluid Exposure Episodes by Year


Patient Pressure Injury Sites by Year


Patient Pressure Injury Grades by Year

Grade 1

Non-blanchable erythema of intact skin

Grade 2

Partial thickness skin loss involving epidermis, dermis or both

Grade 3

Full thickness skin loss

Grade 4

Extensive destruction with damage to muscle or bone

Grade 5

Ungradeable

Pressure injuries are graded using the European Pressure Advisory Panel (EPUAP) guidelines. Grades range from 1 to 5 with the higher numbers indicative of increasing severity.

The grading criteria are explained in the table to the left.


Number of Organ Donors - Wellington & Nationally