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Table 2 Age-standardised operation rates in nine elective surgical operations in Finland in 1995 - 2010

From: Has socioeconomic equity increased in somatic specialist care: a register-based cohort study from Finland in 1995–2010

   Revascularisation Primary hip replacement Primary knee replacement Lumbar disc operation Lumbar fusion operation Prostatectomy hysterectomy Lower limb amputation Appendectomy
  10595% CI 10595% CI 10595% CI 10595% CI 10595% CI 10595% CI 10595% CI 10595% CI
Men 1995 319 (309,329) 122 (115,128) 61 (56,66) 115 (110,120) 51 (48,55) 415 (403,427) 57 (53,62) 171 (164,177)
  2000 390 (379,400) 139 (132,145) 97 (92,103) 116 (111,121) 61 (57,65) 349 (338,359) 63 (59,68) 143 (137,149)
  2005 493 (481,504) 191 (184,198) 176 (169,183) 88 (84,92) 129 (123,135) 353 (343,363) 55 (51,59) 130 (124,135)
  2010 426 (416,436) 185 (179,192) 191 (184,197) 84 (80,88) 90 (85,94) 298 (290,307) 57 (53,61) 120 (115,125)
Women 1995 86 (81,91) 149 (143,155) 139 (134,145) 81 (77,85) 48 (45,52) 590 (579,601) 35 (32,37) 200 (193,206)
  2000 126 (120,131) 150 (144,156) 192 (185,199) 75 (71,79) 59 (55,63) 552 (541,563) 30 (27,33) 152 (146,158)
  2005 159 (153,165) 196 (189,202) 318 (310,326) 64 (61,68) 153 (148,159) 398 (389,407) 23 (21,25) 130 (124,135)
  2010 134 (129,139) 199 (193,205) 320 (312,328) 62 (59,66) 91 (87,96) 314 (306,322) 24 (22,26) 129 (123,134)
  1. Trends in operation rates among men and women aged 25–84 years in Finland between 1995 and 2010 (Age-standardised rates per 100 000 and their 95% CI).