Total knee replacement discharges up nearly 400k from 2000 to 2010: 70 statistics

Written by Anuja Vaidya | August 02, 2016 | Print  |

Here are 70 statistics on total knee replacements in the United States over the 2000s, according to a 2014 Annual Incidence of Common Musculoskeletal Procedures and Treatments report from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

2000

 

•    Discharges: 282,350
•    Male: 37 percent
•    Female: 63 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 31 percent
•    65-84 years: 63 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2001

 

•    Discharges: 314,402
•    Male: 36 percent
•    Female: 64 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 32 percent
•    65-84 years: 62 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2002

 

•    Discharges: 351,018
•    Male: 36 percent
•    Female: 64 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 35 percent
•    65-84 years: 60 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2003

 

•    Discharges: 380,775  
•    Male: 35 percent
•    Female: 65 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 36 percent
•    65-84 years: 59 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2004

 

•    Discharges: 432,379
•    Male: 35 percent
•    Female: 65 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 36 percent
•    65-84 years: 58 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2005

 

•    Discharges: 498,169
•    Male: 36 percent
•    Female: 64 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 38 percent
•    65-84 years: 57 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2006

 

•    Discharges: 497,001
•    Male: 36 percent
•    Female: 64 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 39 percent
•    65-84 years: 56 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2007

 

•    Discharges: 551,259
•    Male: 36 percent
•    Female: 64 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 40 percent
•    65-84 years: 55 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2008

 

•    Discharges: 616,617
•    Male: 37 percent
•    Female: 63 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 41 percent
•    65-84 years: 54 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2009

 

•    Discharges: 621,029
•    Male: 37 percent
•    Female: 63 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 41 percent
•    65-84 years: 54 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

2010

 

•    Discharges: 658,340
•    Male: 37 percent
•    Female: 63 percent
•    18-44 years: 2 percent
•    45-64 years: 42 percent
•    65-84 years: 53 percent
•    85+ years: 3 percent

 

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