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Figure 11. Rates of Complications of Anesthesia, by Age

Bar chart showing rates of potential safety events (per 1,000 discharges): 0-17 years, 0.718; 18-39 years, 0.580; 40-64 years, 0.606

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Figure 12. Rates of Iatrogenic Pneumothorax, by Age

Bar chart showing rates of potential safety events (per 1,000 discharges): 0-17 years, 0.478; 18-39 years, 0.415; 40-64 years, 0.428

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Figure 13. Rates of Postoperative Hemorrhage or Hematoma, by Age

Bar chart showing rates of potential safety events (per 1,000 discharges): 0-17 years, 1.024; 18-39 years, 1.500; 40-64 years, 1.988

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Figure 14. Rates of Postoperative Pulmonary Embolus or Deep Vein Thrombosis, by Age

Bar chart showing rates of potential safety events (per 1,000 discharges): 0-17 years, 1.168; 18-39 years, 5.604; 40-64 years, 7.492

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Figure 15. Rates of Severe Obstetric Lacerations and Trauma, by Age

Bar chart showing percent with severe obstetric trauma among deliveries without instrument assistance: 10-14 years, 10.3%; 15-17 years, 10.1%; 18-24 years, 8.7%; 25-34 years, 7.5%; 35-54 years, 5.8%

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