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Figure 7. What Share of Patients Receive Procedures in High-Volume Hospitals?

Bar chart showing percentage of patients receiving procedures in high-volume hospitals. Data show is: Abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, 53.4%; Carotid endarterectomy, 57.5%; Lower extremity arterial bypass, 92%; Coronary artery bypass graft, 62.5%; Coronary angioplasty, 84.8%; Heart transplantation, 84.1%; Pediatric heart surgery, 70.2%; Pancreatic cancer surgery, 51.3%; Esophageal cancer surgery, 24.1%; Cerebral aneurysm surgery, 35%; Procedure: Abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, 15.3%; Carotid endarterectomy, 18.8%; Lower extremity arterial bypass, 55.2%; Coronary artery bypass graft, 31.3%; Coronary angioplasty, 49.7%; Heart transplantation, 59.1%; Pediatric heart surgery, 16.5%; Pancreatic cancer surgery, 10.9%; Esophageal cancer surgery, 4.6%; Cerebral aneurysm surgery, 6.8.%

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