* indicates monthly or quarterly data series

Computed tomography scanners per million people, 2020:

The average for 2020 based on 32 countries was 29.26 scanners per million people. The highest value was in Japan: 115.7 scanners per million people and the lowest value was in Colombia: 5.93 scanners per million people. The indicator is available from 1980 to 2021. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: scanners per million people; Source: OECD
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Countries Computed tomography scanners, 2020 Global rank Available data
Japan 115.7 1 1981 - 2020
Australia 67.68 2 1980 - 2021
Iceland 46.39 3 1981 - 2020
Greece 43.74 4 2005 - 2020
USA 42.58 5 1997 - 2021
Denmark 40.64 6 2000 - 2021
South Korea 40.59 7 1993 - 2020
Switzerland 39.59 8 2007 - 2020
Italy 37.5 9 1997 - 2021
Latvia 37.36 10 2000 - 2020
Lithuania 31.13 11 2000 - 2021
Norway 31.04 12 2016 - 2021
New Zealand 28.88 13 1990 - 2021
Austria 28.49 14 1996 - 2020
Brazil 25.92 15 2006 - 2021
Belgium 24.01 16 2003 - 2021
Luxembourg 22.21 17 1980 - 2021
Estonia 20.31 18 2005 - 2020
Ireland 20.26 19 1986 - 2021
Poland 20.08 20 1998 - 2020
Spain 20.04 21 2010 - 2020
Slovakia 19.05 22 2003 - 2020
Slovenia 19.03 23 2004 - 2021
France 18.93 24 1998 - 2020
Finland 17 25 1980 - 2020
Czechia 16.26 26 1991 - 2020
Turkey 14.97 27 2002 - 2020
Netherlands 14.68 28 1981 - 2020
Israel 9.88 29 1995 - 2021
Hungary 9.64 30 1980 - 2020
Mexico 6.69 31 2001 - 2020
Colombia 5.93 32 2008 - 2020



Definition: The number of computed tomography scanners per million residents of the country.

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