U.S. operating room procedures with greatest average annual growth rate 2003-2012

Operating room procedures with greatest average annual growth rate in the U.S. from 2003 to 2012

U.S. operating room procedures with greatest average annual growth rate 2003-2012 This statistic displays the operating room procedures with greatest average annual growth rate in the U.S. from 2003 to 2012. During this time, spinal fusions increased by an average annual percent change of 3.1 percent. Approximately two-thirds of hospitalizations include some form of procedure, although many, like blood transfusions or vaccinations, can be done outside of operating rooms. Costs for hospitalizations with operating room procedures are often much more costly than those without.
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Operating room procedures with greatest average annual growth rate in the U.S. from 2003 to 2012

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Average annual percent growth rate
Gastrectomy, partial and total10.9%
Arthroplasty knee4.9%
Arthroplasty other than hip or knee4.5%
Partial excision bone3.3%
Spinal fusion3.1%
Hip replacement, total and partial2.9%
Nephrotomy and nephrostomy2.5%
Nephrectomy, partial or complete1.8%
Lobectomy or pneumonectomy1.7%
Heart valve procedures1.6%
Average annual percent growth rate
Gastrectomy, partial and total10.9%
Arthroplasty knee4.9%
Arthroplasty other than hip or knee4.5%
Partial excision bone3.3%
Spinal fusion3.1%
Hip replacement, total and partial2.9%
Nephrotomy and nephrostomy2.5%
Nephrectomy, partial or complete1.8%
Lobectomy or pneumonectomy1.7%
Heart valve procedures1.6%
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This statistic displays the operating room procedures with greatest average annual growth rate in the U.S. from 2003 to 2012. During this time, spinal fusions increased by an average annual percent change of 3.1 percent. Approximately two-thirds of hospitalizations include some form of procedure, although many, like blood transfusions or vaccinations, can be done outside of operating rooms. Costs for hospitalizations with operating room procedures are often much more costly than those without.
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Release date
December 2014
Region
United States
Survey time period
2003 to 2012
Supplementary notes
Includes only nonmaternal and nonneonatal stays. All-listed operating room procedures were identified using Clinical Classifications Software (CCS) procedure categories. Procedures designated as Other are not reported.
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