Share of accident and emergency attendances in England 2017/18, by diagnosis

Share of accident and emergency (A&E) attendances in England in 2017/2018, by first A&E diagnosis*

Share of accident and emergency attendances in England 2017/18, by diagnosis This statistic displays the share of accident and emergency department attendances in England in 2017/18, by first A&E diagnosis. In the year 2017/18, approximately six percent of the accident and emergency attendances had the initial diagnosis 'gastrointestinal issues'.
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Share of accident and emergency (A&E) attendances in England in 2017/2018, by first A&E diagnosis*

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Share of accident and emergency attendances
Diagnosis not classifiable 20.4%
Dislocation/fracture/joint injury/amputation 6.7%
Respiratory conditions 6.2%
Gastrointestinal conditions 6%
Sprain/ligament injury 5.3%
Laceration 5.2%
Soft tissue inflammation 4.8%
Nothing abnormal detected 4.2%
Contusion/abrasion 4%
Cardiac conditions 3.8%
Urological conditions (inc cystitis) 3.3%
Ophthalmological conditions 3.3%
Head injury 3%
ENT conditions 3%
Local infection 2.3%
Muscle/tendon injury 2%
Infectious disease 2%
Central nervous system conditions (exc stroke) 1.9%
Poisoning (inc overdose) 1.5%
Psychiatric conditions 1.4%
Gynaecological conditions 1.2%
Dermatological conditions 1.2%
Foreign body 1.1%
Share of accident and emergency attendances
Diagnosis not classifiable 20.4%
Dislocation/fracture/joint injury/amputation 6.7%
Respiratory conditions 6.2%
Gastrointestinal conditions 6%
Sprain/ligament injury 5.3%
Laceration 5.2%
Soft tissue inflammation 4.8%
Nothing abnormal detected 4.2%
Contusion/abrasion 4%
Cardiac conditions 3.8%
Urological conditions (inc cystitis) 3.3%
Ophthalmological conditions 3.3%
Head injury 3%
ENT conditions 3%
Local infection 2.3%
Muscle/tendon injury 2%
Infectious disease 2%
Central nervous system conditions (exc stroke) 1.9%
Poisoning (inc overdose) 1.5%
Psychiatric conditions 1.4%
Gynaecological conditions 1.2%
Dermatological conditions 1.2%
Foreign body 1.1%
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This statistic displays the share of accident and emergency department attendances in England in 2017/18, by first A&E diagnosis. In the year 2017/18, approximately six percent of the accident and emergency attendances had the initial diagnosis 'gastrointestinal issues'.
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