Despite a spike in the total number of hospitalizations between 2000 and 2010, the percentage of patients who died in the hospital dropped by 8%, from 776,000 to 715,000, CDC researchers said. The most common cause of inpatient hospital death was respiratory failure, followed by septicemia.
Inpatient hospital deaths in U.S. have dropped in last decade
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