Data table for Figure 30Upper endoscopy or colonoscopy procedures among adults 18 years of age and over, by location of care, type of procedure, and age: United States, 1996 and 2006

Ambulatory surgery visitHospital discharges
Type of procedure and ageRateSERateSERateSERateSE
Upper endoscopy (EGD)Number of procedures per 10,000 population
18 years of age and over76.86.3146.613.340.61.844.22.1
 18–44 years36.63.464.
  45–54 years81.27.4153.815.929.22.531.12.2
 45–64 years.93.78.2183.
 65 years and over181.316.1319.828.8140.36.7148.47.5
  65–74 years170.815.3340.532.691.05.6105.76.2
 75 years and over194.318.3298.429.4200.89.8192.510.8
  75–84 years201.020.0350.836.9180.49.8170.710.7
 85 years and over173.719.9169.328.4262.817.8246.116.7
18 years of age and over80.15.8248.928.120.20.920.81.0
 18–44 years28.73.166.611.
  45–54 years83.46.9327.137.811.
 45–64 years105.87.8383.442.
 65 years and over207.016.5529.
  65–74 years216.117.0637.184.950.03.548.63.4
 75 years and over195.819.1417.646.5111.26.396.96.1
  75–84 years228.522.1516.760.597.
 85 years and over96.713.9173.629.2153.116.1117.39.9

SE is standard error; EGD is esophagogastroduodenoscopy.

NOTES: Rates are based on the civilian population as of July 1. Discharges are from nonfederal short-stay hospitals. Visits are to hospital-based and freestanding ambulatory surgery centers. To avoid double counting, visits that resulted in a hospital admission are excluded. Rates are for at least one procedure listed. EGD is International Classification of Diseases, ninth revision, Clinical Modification (ICD–9–CM) procedure codes 45.13 or 45.16, and colonoscopy is codes 45.23 or 45.25. (See Appendix II, International Classification of Diseases, ninth revision, Clinical Modification. Also see Tables 103 and XI.)

SOURCES: CDC/NCHS, National Hospital Discharge Survey and National Survey of Ambulatory Surgery.

From: Data Tables for Figures 1–36

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