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Table 95a: Home health care patients who get better at going to and from the toilet, by race, United States, 2002

  Total White Black Asian NHOPI AI/AN > 1 Race
Population group Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE
                             
Total 59.4 0.1 60.6 0.1 55.7 0.2 57.2 0.4 58.1 1.2 60.2 0.7 54.9 1.6
                             
Age                            
    0 - 64 56.5 0.2 55.8 0.2 57.7 0.4 57.8 1.5 53.6 3.3 57.7 1.7 57.1 4.0
    65 - 74 66.8 0.1 68.7 0.1 61.5 0.3 62.7 0.7 65.7 2.3 68.1 1.4 62.3 3.4
    75 - 84 61.6 0.1 63.2 0.1 55.2 0.3 57.5 0.6 59.7 2.0 62.1 1.3 54.5 2.7
    85 and over 52.1 0.1 53.3 0.1 47.3 0.4 49.5 0.8 49.5 2.6 51.2 1.6 47.4 3.3
                             
Gender                            
    Female 59.8 0.1 61.0 0.1 55.7 0.2 56.9 0.5 58.6 1.6 61.3 0.9 56.6 2.0
    Male 58.7 0.1 59.7 0.1 55.7 0.3 57.7 0.6 57.4 1.9 58.3 1.2 51.5 2.9
                             

Key: NHOPI: Native Hawaiian or Other 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: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Outcome and Assessment Information Set.

 

 

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