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Figure 4. What Types of Procedures Did Patients Receive, by Body System?

Bar graph of types of procedures patients received, by body system showing percent of discharges: Cardiovascular: 12.8; Obstetric, 10.8; Digestive: 10.8; Musculoskeletal: 6.5; Female genital: 3.9; Nervous: 3.7; Male genital: 3.5; Skin: 3.0; Respiratory: 2.4; Urinary: 2.4; Blood and lymphatic: 1.0; Nose, mouth, and pharynx: 0.5; Endocrine: 0.3; Eye: 0.1; Ear: 0.1.

Note: Miscellaneous minor diagnostic and therapeutic procedures are excluded. Patients can have procedures in multiple systems; thus, the sum of the percentages does not equal 100.

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