First-Degree Perineal Laceration is more common among the female young and middle-age adults. It is likely to incur hospital admissions. Adult patients have higher medical expense. Adult patients see doctors more frequently.
  The patients have annual medical cost around $16,821
  In one year, the patients are expected to see doctors 29 times
  There are 3 diagnosis codes containing First-degree perineal laceration
  Based on 940+ patients
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Popular Medication for First-Degree Perineal Laceration
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Popular Medical Services for First-Degree Perineal Laceration
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Popular Medical Services for First-Degree Perineal Laceration
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Statistics

$16,821
Annual Medical Cost
1.17
Annual Hospital Adms
29
Doctor Visits
34
Services Used
15
Doctors Used
$23,823
Annual Medical Charge
Drug Prevalence Average Charged Average Dispensed Average Supplied Days Average Supplied Quantity
  Azithromycin 10.98% $59 1.66 8 12
  Amoxicillin 10.98% $36 1.88 19 119
  Oxycodone 8.53% $62 2.73 26 119
  Ibuprofen 8.32% $21 1.56 25 96
  Hydrocodone 7.78% $50 2.40 19 91
  Prenatal 6.29% $71 5.03 243 244
  Sertraline 6.18% $257 5.17 221 238
  Cephalexin 6.18% $32 1.57 12 52
  Fluconazole 4.90% $60 1.98 13 8
  Nitrofurantoin 4.80% $41 1.51 12 23
  Ondansetron 3.94% $830 2.59 23 61
  Nystatin 3.52% $65 1.70 34 168
  Amox 3.30% $90 1.52 14 64
  Cyclobenzaprine 3.30% $36 1.68 29 51
  Mirena 3.20% $596 1.63 26 1
  Levothyroxine 3.20% $110 7.30 308 307
  Metronidazole 3.20% $44 1.60 14 68
  Errin 3.09% $119 3.14 108 108
  Ciprofloxacin 2.88% $141 1.63 18 49
  Fluticasone 2.88% $103 1.59 45 27
Procedure Provider Unit Charge Provider Paid Ratio Provider Paid by Patient Ratio Patient Charged Patient Pays Patient Covered Per Claim Charged Per Claim Paid Services Per Patient
59400 19.94 77% 5.1% $3,833 $196 $2,757 $3,785 $2,916 1.00
Routine obstetric care including antepartum care, vaginal delivery (with or without episiotomy, and/or forceps) and postpartum care
59025 0.42 51% 4.4% $81 $4 $38 $81 $41 1.00
Fetal non-stress test
01967 4.86 62% 3.3% $1,172 $38 $684 $1,172 $722 1.00
Neuraxial labor analgesia/anesthesia for planned vaginal delivery (this includes any repeat subarachnoid needle placement and drug injection and/or any necessary replacement of an epidural catheter during labor)
59410 9.26 71% 1.5% $2,234 $34 $1,554 $2,234 $1,588 1.00
Vaginal delivery only (with or without episiotomy and/or forceps); including postpartum care
59409 8.50 57% 5.8% $2,051 $120 $1,053 $2,051 $1,173 1.00
Vaginal delivery only (with or without episiotomy and/or forceps);
36415 0.27 35% 3.7% $20 $1 $6 $20 $7 1.00
Collection of venous blood by venipuncture

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Sample Distribution for First-Degree Perineal Laceration
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Which group is risky?

Prevalence for First-Degree Perineal Laceration
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Which group cost more?

Annual Cost ($) for First-Degree Perineal Laceration
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Which group has more hassle?

Annual Doctor Visits for First-Degree Perineal Laceration
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What diagnosis incurs the most expansive out-of-pocket payment for a patient?