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Table 1.24b: Management of Diabetes by State

Percent of noninstitutionalized high-risk adults (age 18-64) with diabetes who had an influenza immunization in past year, by State, 2001a
     
State Percent Standard error
United States 37.4 1.2
Alabama 36.9 5.4
Alaska 50.2 9.1
Arizona 16.5 3.3
Arkansas 44.9 7.2
California 34.9 5.0
Colorado 22.4 5.6
Connecticut 38.4 4.3
Delaware 35.4 6.3
District of Columbia 44.9 8.6
Florida 32.8 5.3
Georgia 30.4 4.5
Hawaii 64.4 9.7
Idaho 38.5 4.9
Illinois 37.3 10.8
Indiana 34.0 4.8
Iowa 55.1 6.5
Kansas 44.0 5.7
Kentucky 35.7 4.3
Louisiana 25.0 3.9
Maine 50.9 7.6
Maryland 40.7 6.1
Massachusetts 44.8 5.5
Michigan 26.6 4.1
Minnesota 49.5 8.1
Mississippi 27.7 4.2
Missouri 35.8 5.3
Montana 57.6 7.9
Nebraska 56.6 9.7
Nevada 23.0 4.7
New Hampshire 41.1 5.7
New Jersey 34.5 6.2
New Mexico 36.1 6.5
New York 33.7 5.1
North Carolina 47.6 6.0
North Dakota 56.1 8.7
Ohio 34.7 5.9
Oklahoma 49.8 5.4
Oregon 41.7 7.7
Pennsylvania 43.0 6.6
Rhode Island 56.8 6.4
South Carolina 47.0 5.9
South Dakota 52.8 5.7
Tennessee 46.9 6.4
Texas 42.0 4.5
Utah 40.0 8.0
Vermont 50.3 7.8
Virginia 38.4 6.3
Washington 49.6 6.0
West Virginia 29.2 5.7
Wisconsin 47.8 7.1
Wyoming 40.3 7.2

a  Measure is age adjusted.

Source:  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.

Table 1.24a: National Management of Diabetes Table 1.25: National Management of Diabetes

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