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|Y00 Assault by blunt object-2007-08|
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1. Ungrossed data (i.e. not adjusted for shortfalls).
2. Small numbers
To protect patient confidentiality, figures between 1 and 5 have been replaced with "*" (an asterisk). Where it was still possible to identify numbers from the total an additional number (the next smallest) has been replaced.
3. Finished admission episodes
A finished admission episode (FAE) is the first period of inpatient care under one consultant within one health care provider. FAEs are counted against the year in which the admission episode finishes. Admissions do not represent the number of in-patients, as a person may have more than one admission within the Year.
4. SHA/PCT of residence
The strategic health authority (SHA) or primary care trust (PCT) containing the patient's normal home address. This does not necessarily reflect where the patient was treated as they may have travelled to another SHA/PCT for treatment.
5. Activity included
Activity in English NHS Hospitals and English NHS commissioned activity in the independent sector.
6. Cause code
A supplementary code that indicates the nature of any external cause of injury, poisoning or other adverse effects. Only the first external cause code which is coded within the episode is counted in HES.
Hospital Episode Statistics (HES), The NHS Information Centre for health and social care
Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people resident in a (a) private and (b) public care home were (i) admitted to and (ii) discharged from hospital with a diagnosis of malnutrition in each London borough in each year since 2000. 
The following tables show the count of finished consultant episode (FCE) bed days where the primary diagnosis was malnutrition split by primary care trust (PCT) of residence within the London strategic health authority from 2000-01 to 2008-09
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