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Mr. Mike O'Brien: Information is not available in the format requested. Information on hospital beds is available by national health service trust and not by individual hospital or region. NHS trusts do not cover specific areas.
Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for Health pursuant to the answer of 23 March 2009, Official Report, column 158W, on injuries: offensive weapons, how many people aged (a) under 16, (b) between 16 and 18, (c) between 19 and 25, (d) between 26 and 35, (e) between 36 and 50 and (f) over 50 years were admitted to hospital in each primary care trust area in London as a result of assault with a (i) sharp and (ii) blunt object in (A) 2008 and (B) 2009; and how many such people required (1) emergency and (2) intensive care as a result of being assaulted with an (x) sharp and (y) blunt object in each of those years. 
Gillian Merron: Information has been provided to show the number of finished admission episodes by selected cause codes and age groups, between 2007-08 and 2008-09 for primary care trusts (PCTs) of residence in the London area.
It is important to note that as people may be admitted on more than one occasion, the data supplied do not describe the number of people admitted to hospital. Additionally, information on the "PCT of residence" does not necessarily reflect where the patient was treated, as they may have travelled to another strategic health authority or PCT for treatment.
|Count of finished admission episodes where cause code indicates assault by a sharp object (X99) or blunt object (Y00) for selected London PCTs of residence by age breakdown 2007-08 and 2008-09. Activity in English NHS Hospitals and English NHS commissioned activity in the independent sector|
|X99 Assault by sharp object - 2008-09|
|Under 16 years||16-18 years||19-25 years||26-35 years||36-50 years||51 years and over|
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