Number of surgical procedures (per 100,000 population) - Country Ranking - Asia

Definition: The number of procedures undertaken in an operating theatre per 100,000 population per year in each country. A procedure is defined as the incision, excision, or manipulation of tissue that needs regional or general anaesthesia, or profound sedation to control pain.

Source: The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery (www.lancetglobalsurgery.org).

See also: Thematic map, Time series comparison

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Rank Country Value Year
1 Russia 6,622.00 2010
2 Georgia 5,488.00 2014
3 Mongolia 5,339.00 2014
4 Sri Lanka 4,943.00 2015
5 Israel 4,879.00 2014
6 Kazakhstan 4,459.00 2015
7 Armenia 4,198.00 2015
8 Bahrain 3,899.00 2012
9 Saudi Arabia 3,399.00 2012
10 Kyrgyz Republic 3,045.00 2015
11 Jordan 2,982.00 2015
12 China 2,732.00 2012
13 Turkmenistan 2,698.00 2015
14 Bhutan 2,639.00 2015
15 Uzbekistan 2,584.00 2015
16 Oman 2,293.00 2015
17 Azerbaijan 1,842.00 2015
18 Tajikistan 1,691.00 2015
19 Nepal 209.00 2011
20 Bangladesh 161.00 2011
21 Yemen 158.00 2014

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Aggregation method: Weighted average

Periodicity: Annual