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Table 206a: HIV patients with CD4 <50 with inpatient hospitalization in the past year, by race, United States, 2001

  Total White Black Hispanic API AI/AN
Population group Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE
                         
Total 53.3 1.3 51.1 2.8 54.4 1.8 52.9 2.9 * * * *
                         
Age                        
    18-44 53.8 1.5 52.0 3.2 53.8 2.1 56.0 3.3 * * * *
    45 and over 52.0 2.6 47.9 6.0 56.1 3.3 44.6 5.5 * * * *
                         
Gender                        
    Male 51.3 1.5 50.0 3.0 50.9 2.2 53.5 3.3 * * * *
    Female 58.9 2.5 59.0 8.0 61.9 3.0 51.3 5.8 * * * *
                         
Insurance                        
    Private 47.2 3.8 44.7 8.2 54.5 4.7 * * * * * *
    Medicaid / Dual eligible 55.4 2.0 57.5 5.6 54.9 2.6 54.4 4.1 * * * *
    Medicare 50.7 3.0 46.4 4.8 55.2 4.6 48.0 7.1 * * * *
    Other/Uninsured 50.3 2.9 50.0 6.2 48.4 4.0 57.5 5.8 * * * *
                         

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

Key: API: Asian or Pacific Islander; 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: HIV Research Network.

 

 

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