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Table 2 Admitted fraction at different levels of in-hospital occupancy

From: The probability of patients being admitted from the emergency department is negatively correlated to in-hospital bed occupancy – a registry study

   <95% 95–100% 100–105% >105% Total
All units Admitted 16,845 (31.5%) 10,580 (30.9%) 7,159 (29.9%) 2,033 (28.7%) 36,617 (30.9%)
Total 53,405 34,258 23,920 7,085 118,668
Medicine unit Admitted 7,826 (48.1%) 4,831 (46.2%) 3,065 (46.7%) 801 (46.3%) 16,523 (47.2%)
Total 16,266 10,452 6,569 1,729 35,016
Surgery unit Admitted 4,358 (33.2%) 2,554 (31.6%) 1,718 (33.2%) 472 (35.1%) 9,102 (32.8%)
Total 13,129 8,070 5,167 1,344 27,710
Orthopaedics unit Admitted 1,959 (15.2%) 1,247 (15.7%) 694 (13.2%) 216 (14.0%) 4,116 (14.9%)
Total 12,880 7,930 5,251 1,539 27,600
Emergency physician unit Admitted 1,932 (30.2%) 1,424 (31.2%) 1,376 (32.0%) 428 (28.6%) 5,160 (30.8%)
Total 6,391 4,558 4,296 1,495 16,740
Otolaryngology Admitted 770 (16.2%) 524 (16.1%) 306 (11.6%) 116 (11.9%) 1,716 (14.8%)
  Total 4,739 3,248 2,637 978 11,602