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Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2007 Annual Conference

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BMI, body mass index; BP, blood pressure; HTN, hypertension

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Inner city

Rural

Totals

Age

52.6

68.6

60.4

Gender

15 F, 9 M

17 F, 3 M

32 F, 12 M

Race

     

White

1

20

21

African American

23

0

23

Other

0

0

0

Educational level

     

Some high school

4

1

5

High school

12

9

21

Graduate

     

Some college

7

3

10

College graduate

1

7

8

Income

     

Did not specify

2

1

3

Under $15,000

13

2

15

$15,000-24,999

6

7

13

$25,000-34,999

1

3

4

$35,000-44,999

0

5

5

$45,000-54,999

1

2

3

Over $55,000

1

0

1

Employed

6

5

11

Owned computer

13

14

27

Smoker

6

0

6

BMI

34.2 ± 5.3

26.3 ± 6.7

30.3 ± 7.2

Systolic BP

138.0 ± 16.0

135.5 ± 18.9

136.9 ± 17.2

Diastolic BP

84.4 ± 8.9

75.4± 7.1

80.3± 9.3

Diabetes

11

5

16

HTN

16

11

27

Hyperlipidemia

13

8

21



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