Diagnoses with most rapid growth in U.S. hospital stays 1997-2010

This statistic depicts diagnoses with the most rapid growth in hospital stays in the United States, for the period between 1997 and 2010. In this period, the most rapid growth rate was reported for acute and unspecified renal failure with a growth of 264 percent.

Diagnoses with most rapid growth in U.S. hospital stays in the period 1997-2010*

Principal CCS diagnosis**Growth rate
Acute and unspecified renal failure264%
Prolonged pregnancy136%
Pulmonary heart disease112%
Osteoarthritis106%
Deficiency and other anemia103%
Septicemia (except in labor)99%
Skin and subcutaneous tissue infections75%
Previous Cesarean section63%
Respiratory failure; insufficiency; arrest61%
Intestinal infection54%
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Source

Release date

January 2013

Region

United States

Survey time period

1997 to 2010

Supplementary notes

* Includes only conditions with at least 100,000 stays in either 1997 or 2010.
** CCS: Clinical Classifications Software.

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