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Table 1.16b: Management of End Stage Renal Disease by State, 1997

Percent of people (age 0-69) transplanted within 3 years of renal failure, by State, 1997a
     
State Percent Standard error
United States 19.55 0.21
Alabama 17.62 1.34
Alaska 18.81 6.10
Arizona 19.18 1.61
Arkansas 22.47 2.08
California 17.90 0.62
Colorado 28.43 2.46
Connecticut 17.05 1.92
Delaware 26.28 4.04
District Of Columbia 7.44 1.92
Florida 19.69 0.89
Georgia 14.61 0.98
Hawaii 14.57 2.54
Idaho 35.27 4.25
Illinois 22.58 1.06
Indiana 20.26 1.49
Iowa 31.62 2.98
Kansas 24.07 2.60
Kentucky 24.71 2.00
Louisiana 13.53 1.16
Maine 22.95 3.73
Maryland 23.19 1.46
Massachusetts 23.43 1.76
Michigan 18.61 1.08
Minnesota 37.25 2.48
Mississippi 11.77 1.37
Missouri 23.78 1.57
Montana 29.89 5.46
Nebraska 28.50 3.45
Nevada 27.26 3.24
New Hampshire 21.67 4.35
New Jersey 17.68 1.14
New Mexico 14.59 2.19
New York 16.89 0.76
North Carolina 13.72 0.93
North Dakota 37.36 5.71
Ohio 21.72 1.08
Oklahoma 19.75 1.86
Oregon 25.39 2.72
Pennsylvania 22.14 1.04
Puerto Rico 9.00 1.39
Rhode Island 27.84 4.41
South Carolina 14.98 1.28
South Dakota 24.50 4.51
Tennessee 17.77 1.30
Texas 16.68 0.67
Utah 49.98 4.33
Vermont 24.26 6.31
Virgin Islands 4.76 2.43
Virginia 17.70 1.15
Washington 29.34 2.11
West Virginia 29.07 2.97
Wisconsin 35.57 2.12
Wyoming 27.43 7.70

a Measure is age adjusted.

All Medicare dialysis patients who initiated therapy in the given year were included.

Patients with prior kidney transplants and patients over the age of 69 were excluded from the measure.

Percents are estimated using the Kaplan-Meier methodology.

Follow-up is censored at removal from the list, death, or the end of the three year period.

Source: National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, U.S. Renal Data System.

Table 1.16a: National Management of End Stage Renal Disease Table 1.17a: National Management of End Stage Renal Disease, 2000

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