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Table 1 Yearly counts of parameters used in calculating rates of ICU care, among Manitoba residents ≥ 18 years old

From: Reassessing access to intensive care using an estimate of the population incidence of critical illness

Year Unique people admitted to ICUs Population Nonobstetrical hospitalizations Palliative deaths,a n (% total deaths) Nonpalliative deathsa Admitted to ICU and did not die that year Potential ICU Admission Pool
2004/05 4078 886,141 59,179 1738 (17.6) 8140 3092 11,232
2005/06 4111 891,635 59,348 2329 (24.2) 7312 3381 10,693
2006/07 4186 897,855 58,624 3085 (31.7) 6662 3537 10,199
2007/08 4286 910,110 57,449 3075 (31.7) 6619 3587 10,206
2008/09 4241 921,181 58,427 3413 (34.7) 6411 3659 10,070
2009/10 4340 936,779 59,721 3681 (37.8) 6051 3784 9835
2010/11 4388 952,989 59,408 3796 (38.1) 6156 3870 10,026
2011/12 4401 969,591 59,558 3823 (38.7) 6062 3893 9955
2012/13 4465 988,801 58,562 4104 (41.8) 5717 4042 9759
2013/14 4443 1,005,477 57,657 4124 (41.8) 5738 4004 9742
2014/15 4491 1,018,590 58,942 4273 (40.4) 6291 4053 10,344
Unweighted average 4312 943,559 58,807 3404 (34.4) 6469 3718 10,187
Males (%) 61.0 48.8 46.2 50.7 49.0 61.6 53.6
  1. ICU high intensity (Level 1 and Level 2) intensive care units in Manitoba
  2. aPeople who died and were recorded to have been in a palliative care program within the 2 years prior to death