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Table 19a: Hemodialysis patients with urea reduction ratio 65 percent or higher, by race, United States, 2002

  Total White Black or African American Asian AI/AN Multiple race
Population group Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE
                         
Total 86.0% 0.4% 87.0% 0.5% 83.0% 0.7% 93.0% 1.7% 89.0% 2.5% 85.0% 2.3%
                         
Age                        
    18-44 80.0% 1.1% 86.0% 1.4% 73.0% 1.8% 88.0% 5.8% * * 83.0% 5.2%
    45-64 83.0% 0.7% 83.0% 1.0% 82.0% 1.0% 92.0% 3.2% 89.0% 3.3% 84.0% 3.5%
    65 and over 90.0% 0.5% 90.0% 0.6% 89.0% 1.0% 95.0% 2.1% 95.0% 3.3% 87.0% 3.7%
                         
Gender                        
    Female 91.0% 0.5% 92.0% 0.6% 89.0% 0.8% 97.0% 1.7% 93.0% 2.7% 89.0% 3.1%
    Male 81.0% 0.6% 83.0% 0.7% 77.0% 1.1% 90.0% 2.8% 85.0% 4.3% 82.0% 3.2%
                         

* Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Key: AI/AN: American Indian or Alaska Native; SE: Standard error

Note: The population categories used in this table are as reported from the source of the data (see below).

Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, End-Stage Renal Disease Clinical Performance Measures Project.

 

 

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