The average Canadian now spends an average of 14 hours a day in the hospital for COVID-19.
This is a staggering number.
But what about the average American?
That’s a whole different story.
The average American spends just 8 hours a week in the intensive care unit, and many of those are during the influenza season.
Here’s what you need to know about the numbers.1.
The typical American spends more time in intensive care than in the general population.2.
Americans spend more time on the ventilator than in general population3.
More than half of all patients in the US are in intensive-care units.4.
The percentage of people who are in the ICU is up from about 25% in 2010 to about 30% in 2017.5.
In 2016, nearly one in five Americans died in the ER due to COVID, with another 2.6 million Americans being hospitalized for COIDS-related illness.6.
Americans are spending more time than ever in the OR in hospitals, and that’s despite the fact that many hospitals are closing.7.
The proportion of ER patients in need of bed rest has tripled over the past 20 years.8.
The median time spent in ICU has tripled in the past 25 years.9.
More Americans are in ICUs than ever before.10.
In 2017, a whopping 32% of all hospital admissions were for COID-related conditions, and more than 40% of hospital admissions for COIDs were for ICU patients.11.
More and more Americans are being treated in the ED, and they’re spending more and more of their time in the emergency room.12.
About 20% of the U.S. ER admissions are for COI, with most of the rest for COIs unrelated to COIDS.13.
About 40% (or nearly one-third) of Americans are admitted to the hospital with COI related conditions, including pneumonia, otitis media, and sinusitis.14.
The number of emergency room visits has increased dramatically over the last 20 years, with a whopping 2.4 million emergency room admissions.15.
More people die in the U, in the states, and in Canada due to illness from COVID than from any other infectious disease.16.
In 2018, the average length of stay in the United States is nearly two days, and the average duration of stay for all patients is nearly five days.17.
Nearly 60% of Americans in the country are in need the most.18.
More states are implementing policies to increase the availability of medical care in the workplace.19.
In 2019, the proportion of Americans who are uninsured has nearly doubled from about 10% to nearly 15%.20.
Over the past decade, there has been an increase in the number of deaths in the workforce due to pneumonia and COVID.21.
The United States has surpassed Australia and Canada in COI-related hospitalizations.22.
Approximately 60% (roughly 70 million people) of the world’s COIs have been linked to the flu pandemic.23.
The U. S. is the world leader in COIDs, with more than 1.4 billion deaths from COIDs and 1.3 million deaths from respiratory diseases.24.
The cost of COIs is rising, but the rate of growth has slowed since 2010.25.
The world is still spending an increasing amount of money on COIs, but many of the cost burdens are concentrated in a few countries, including the U