The figures for delayed transfer of care in November - also known as bed blocking - were released by the Welsh Government.
What does DTOC stand for?
DTOC stands for Delayed Transfer of Care
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A council spokeswoman said: "We are working together with our health partners to address the issue of delayed transfer of care.
Bedblocking, also called delayed transfer of care, caused havoc across city hospitals last winter when a vomiting bug struck at the same time as flu.
He said, "The issue of bed blocking, or delayed transfer of care as it is referred to by the industry, is well recognised as a problem throughout Wales.
According to the Cardiff and Vale NHS trust, the problem of bed blocking, or Delayed Transfer of Care, is worse now than ever before.
``We have already made available an extra pounds 17m over two years to help strengthen the care home sector, reduce delayed transfer of care and avoidable hospital admissions.
: Bed blocking is officially known as delayed transfer of care.
Health Minister Jane Hutt, who has invested pounds 4m into tackling the problem, said if Wales calculated its delayed transfer of care figures in the same way as England, there would only be about 150 people experiencing such delays.