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AlcoholConsumptionLitersPerCapita, Country, ExpenditureOnHealthPerCapita, ExpenditureOnHealthPercentGDP, FemaleSalaryPercentLessThanMale, HospitalBedsPerThousand, InfantMortalityPerThousand, LifeExpectancyAtBirth, LifeExpectancyAtBirthFemale, LifeExpectancyAtBirthMale, ObesityPercent, ObesityPercentFemale, ObesityPercentMale, OutOfPocketExpenditureOnHealthPerCapita, OutOfPocketExpenditureOnHealthPercentTotal, PharmaceuticalExpenditurePerCapita, PhysiciansPerThousand, PsychiatricCareBedsPerThousand, PublicExpenditureOnHealthPerCapita, PublicExpenditureOnHealthPercentTotal, SuicidesPerMillion, TobaccoSmokersPercent, TobaccoSmokersPercentFemale, TobaccoSmokersPercentMale, Year, alcohol consumption liters per capita, country, expenditure on health per capita, expenditure on health percent GDP, hospital beds per 1000, infant mortality per 1000, life expectancy at birth, life expectancy at birth female, life expectancy at birth male, obesity percent, obesity percent female, obesity percent male, out of pocket expenditure on health per capita, out of pocket expenditure on health percent total, pharmaceutical expenditure per capita, physicians per 1000, psychiatric care beds per 1000, public expenditure on health per capita, public expenditure on health percent total, suicides per 100000, tobacco smokers percent, tobacco smokers percent female, tobacco smokers percent male, year
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|About the OECD Database||Sample Queries|
This database was downloaded from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
In addition to the parameters listed above, this database is lightly customized by:
To see ExpenditureOnHealthPerCapita vs Year for the United States, use the PyQL:|
To see life expectancy as a function of per capita health care expenditure for Europe and the US, use the PyQL:
To see how health care costs as a percent of GDP have evolved for all countries in the OECD database, use the PyQL: