Rate change major diagnostic categories in hospitalizations U.S. children 2000-2012

Change in rates of major diagnostic categories for hospital stays among U.S. children for the period 2000-2012

Rate change major diagnostic categories in hospitalizations U.S. children 2000-2012 This statistic displays the change in rates of major diagnostic categories for hospital stays among U.S. children, aged 0 to 17 years, from 2000 to 2012. During this time, the rate of hospital stays among children due to the digestive system decreased by 23.7 percent. Hospitalizations among children seem to have become more common among children with chronic conditions. Majority of hospitalizations among children were infants and newborns.
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Change in rates of major diagnostic categories for hospital stays among U.S. children for the period 2000-2012

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Percent change 2000-2012
HIV infections-89.9%
Substance abuse-60.1%
Pregnancy, childbirth, and puerperium-47.6%
Female reproductive system-29.4%
Male reproductive system-28.7%
Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic system-27.6%
Trauma-26%
Infectious and parasitic diseases-25.2%
Diseases and disorders of the eye-24.1%
Digestive system-23.7%
Musculoskeletal system -22.7%
Poisonings-22.6%
Kidney and urinary tract-18.4%
Respiratory system-17.5%
Ear, nose, mouth, and throat-13.7%
Circulatory system-9.8%
Burns-9.1%
Newborns and other neonatales with condition originating in perinatal period-5.2%
Blood disorders-2.7%
Nervous system-2.4%
Mental diseases and disorders0.4%
Neoplasms6.7%
Hepatobiliary system and pancreas10.1%
Skin, subcutaneous tissue, and breast35.6%
Percent change 2000-2012
HIV infections-89.9%
Substance abuse-60.1%
Pregnancy, childbirth, and puerperium-47.6%
Female reproductive system-29.4%
Male reproductive system-28.7%
Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic system-27.6%
Trauma-26%
Infectious and parasitic diseases-25.2%
Diseases and disorders of the eye-24.1%
Digestive system-23.7%
Musculoskeletal system -22.7%
Poisonings-22.6%
Kidney and urinary tract-18.4%
Respiratory system-17.5%
Ear, nose, mouth, and throat-13.7%
Circulatory system-9.8%
Burns-9.1%
Newborns and other neonatales with condition originating in perinatal period-5.2%
Blood disorders-2.7%
Nervous system-2.4%
Mental diseases and disorders0.4%
Neoplasms6.7%
Hepatobiliary system and pancreas10.1%
Skin, subcutaneous tissue, and breast35.6%
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This statistic displays the change in rates of major diagnostic categories for hospital stays among U.S. children, aged 0 to 17 years, from 2000 to 2012. During this time, the rate of hospital stays among children due to the digestive system decreased by 23.7 percent. Hospitalizations among children seem to have become more common among children with chronic conditions. Majority of hospitalizations among children were infants and newborns.
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