Materials and Methods Hospital Episode Statistics The Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) database contains details of all inpatient admissions to National Health Service hospitals in England.
What does HES stand for?
HES stands for Hospital Episode Statistics (UK)
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The information - published on the Hospital Episode Statistics website - shows average waiting times for A&E at different times of the day across all ten Strategic Health Authorities (SHA).
So researchers from around the UK looked at data collected from the Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) database on 55,297 women with breast cancer who underwent breast-conserving surgery in the NHS between 2005 and 2008.
 Admissions, Hospital Episode Statistics, 2002/03.
The four doctors, who work for Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London, have written a letter about the errors, discovered in Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) data, to the British Medical Journal.
Hospital episode statistics finished consultant episodes (FCE) data, which were aggregated by ICD-10 code, age group (0-14 years, 15-59 years, 60-74 years, and [greater than or equal to]75 years), and fiscal year, were obtained from the Health and Social Care Information Centre (9) and used as denominator data.
Hospitals had already dealt with 19,000 admissions due to falling on ice and snow before this month's big freeze, according to 2010 Hospital Episode Statistics released by the NHS.
Therefore, adverse events may be under-recorded within hospital episode statistics," the researchers said.