Table 4Number of stays, stays per 10,000 population, and percentage change in rate of principal bipolar disorders and depressive disorders among children ages 1–17, 1997 and 2010

Multi-level principal CCS diagnosisNumber of staysStays per 10,000 populationPercentage change in rate
19972010199720101997–2010
Bipolar disorders
 1–17 years, total stays10,30057,3001.58.2434%
  1–4 years*300*0.2*
  5–9 years8006,5000.43.2696%
  10–14 years3,80023,2002.011.2475%
  15–17 years5,60027,3004.821.1345%
Depressive disorders
 1–17 years, total stays53,80062,9008.09.012%
  1–4 years42*0.0**
  5–9 years3,1002,2001.51.1−28%
  10–14 years21,20023,30010.811.24%
  15–17 years29,40037,40024.929.017%

CCS: Clinical Classifications Software. The single-level CCS diagnosis category, mood disorders, comprises two multi-level CCS categories: bipolar disorders and depressive disorders.

*

Data are not available.

Source: AHRQ, Center for Delivery, Organization, and Markets, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, Nationwide Inpatient Sample, 1997 and 2010

From: Most Frequent Conditions in U.S. Hospitals, 2010

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