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The number of patients waiting for heart surgery has been growing in the UK in recent years, as the cost of caring for them continues to rise.
The latest figures from NHS England show there were 7,800 heart surgeries carried out in England last year.
These were up from 5,000 in 2010.
The number was still up a bit from the year before, but overall the number of heart surgeries in England fell from 9,000 to 8,500 in that time.
The figures show the number is down slightly on the previous year, with 9,800 being carried out last year, down from 10,400.
There are also a number of reasons for the drop, including the fact that the number was down because the number for this year is slightly lower than last year’s, but there is no real reason why this is the case.
A number of hospitals have seen the number go up.
A total of 7,900 of these surgeries were carried out at the Royal Free hospital in London, which has a large number of cardiac patients.
The Royal Liverpool Hospital in north London has seen the total number of its heart surgeries go up by more than 1,000, with a total of 6,400 being carried.
This was due to a new surgery for a man who had died from a heart attack.
Other hospitals across the country have seen a rise in the number they carry out.
NHS Lincolnshire, the only hospital in England to carry out an avSD heart surgery in 2016, has seen a steady rise of more than a thousand procedures.
NHS Southampton and Royal Free Hospital, which are the other two hospitals to carry the procedure, have seen an increase of more or less the same number of surgeries.
The biggest increase was at the University Hospital in Southampton, which saw an increase in the total of 2,200 heart surgeries.
But the rest of the hospitals in England have been more or fewer than that.
A recent analysis of data by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) found that, overall, hospitals are more likely to perform a heart surgery than not.
The IHME said this was because people were choosing to go to hospitals that offered them more advanced treatment.
In the past few years, more people have come to hospitals with more advanced care.
The reason for this is that more people want to come in for surgery and they are looking for a different type of care, such as surgery to replace a heart that is failing, or surgery to fix a defect in the heart.
The report also found that people who go to hospital have more money to spend on hospital treatment.
But this is not always the case, because there are fewer patients who come to hospital with a heart condition, so there is less money available for the hospital to spend.
There has also been an increase recently in the use of antibiotics, with the number used more than doubling in the past year.
So this could be the reason hospitals are increasing their rates of surgery.
One of the biggest changes to heart surgery was in the 1960s.
Today, the majority of the procedures performed at hospitals are to treat people with high cholesterol.
People who have high cholesterol have higher cholesterol levels and this can lead to heart problems.
It has also increased the use and use of anaesthetics, which is often the most expensive way to treat high cholesterol patients.
A study carried out by the National Heart and Lung Institute found that the cost to the NHS of an average heart surgery rose from £10,000 five years ago to £14,000 last year with an average cost of £5,865.
A similar study conducted by the British Heart Foundation found that patients with high blood pressure and diabetes costs an average of £7,000 more than the average NHS hospital patient for an average operation.
The average cost for an operation to remove a tumour or scar is also increasing, with an increase from £5.2 million in 2010 to £6.9 million in 2017.
These are rising prices for many patients.
Some of the reasons for this include a growing number of people needing treatment for diabetes and heart disease, as well as being treated for obesity and other illnesses.
NHS England said that although the numbers of people undergoing heart surgery have been growing, they are still down from the peak of the practice in the early 1990s.
It said the rise in numbers has come mainly from people who are using surgery for conditions such as diabetes or heart disease.
There is also a growing awareness of the need for patients with a range of different conditions and the need to get a high level of quality care.
But NHS England says that, while the increase in numbers of heart surgery is great, the cost remains high, which means that it is important that patients are aware of the cost and make a reasonable decision to get an operation, including a cardiac one.
But what about those who have to wait for heart surgeries?
A number patients are waiting for a heart operation because they have had problems with