A total of 1,909 patients died after being admitted at the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, in 2010.
With respect to age classification, patients whose age fall within 60 and 64 years recorded the highest number of deaths at 187, while the lowest number of 21 deaths was recorded from those within the age range of 15 to 19.
According to the hospital’s 2010 annual report made available to NAN in Ibadan on Tuesday, a total of 97 pregnancies were also aborted at the hospital.
This was made up of 37 missed abortions, 25 incomplete abortions, 18 complete abortions, 11 threatened abortions, five inevitable abortions and one habitual abortion.
On deliveries of babies, the report said 1,069 male and 913 female babies were delivered under the singleton category.
The report also said 92 male twins and 72 female twins, 16 male triplets and five female triplets, 77 male stillbirths and 85 female stillbirths were delivered at the hospital between January and December 2010
Of the in-patient figure, 1,015 were males while 894 were females, with statistics on admission showing that a total of 16,057 patients made up of 6,626 males and 9,431 females were admitted during the period under review.
For the same period, a total of 14,115 patients made up of 5,611 males and 8,504 females were discharged after being treated at UCH.
According to the report, the statistics, which focused on in-patients, did not include figures for nuclear medicine and private suit.
On consultative out-patient clinics statistics, the report showed that a total of 3,462 patients were discharged after undergoing surgeries during the year, while total out-patients for medicine clinic were 4,420.
Out-patient data for obstetrics and gynaecology showed that a total of 3,142 patients were recorded while 3,465 patients were for paediatrics clinic.
The grand total of out-patient figure for all the clinics for the period under review was 26,838 patients, the report said.
It further said that total out-patient attendance in the period was 175,871, with an average attendance of 37 patients per clinic session.