SURVEY OF MAJOR SURGICAL OPERATIONS IN HAZARA DIVISION
AbstractAbstract: All the hospitals of Hazara Division with facilities for major surgicalprocedures were surveyed from 1981 to 1 986 and their work load was assessed.10205 cases collected in thissurvey were categorized. Male to female ratio was calculated to 3.5:1 and age group of 16-30 waspredominantly represented (44%). Grude rate for work load was calculated which shows an increasing rise offour fold in six years (1981—1986)
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