Hospital stays with most common male operating room procedure in the U.S. 2012

Total hospital stays with most frequent operating room procedures among men in the United States in 2012

Hospital stays with most common male operating room procedure in the U.S. 2012 This statistic displays the total number of hospital stays in the United States for most common male operating room procedures performed in 2012. During this time, there were 235.000 total stays with an laminectomy, excision intervertebral disc performed on male patients. 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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Total hospital stays with most frequent operating room procedures among men in the United States in 2012

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Number of stays with an OR procedure
Percutaneous coronary angioplasty (PTCA)357,100
Arthroplasty knee267,200
Laminectomy, excision intervertebral disc235,000
Spinal fusion209,000
Hip replacement, total and partial193,600
Number of stays with an OR procedure
Percutaneous coronary angioplasty (PTCA)357,100
Arthroplasty knee267,200
Laminectomy, excision intervertebral disc235,000
Spinal fusion209,000
Hip replacement, total and partial193,600
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This statistic displays the total number of hospital stays in the United States for most common male operating room procedures performed in 2012. During this time, there were 235.000 total stays with an laminectomy, excision intervertebral disc performed on male patients. 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
2012
Supplementary notes
Includes only nonmaternal and nonneonatal stays. All-listed operating room (OR) procedures were identified using Clinical Classifications Software (CCS) procedure categories. Procedures designated as Other are not reported. Procedures with the greatest change in rate include those with a minimum of 25,000 stays in either 2003 or 2012. CCS 211 (therapeutic radiology) included only one OR procedure: ICD-9 CM procedure code 92.27, implantation or insertion of radioactive elements; this is listed in the table as Brachytherapy (internal radiation therapy).
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