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2003 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 1.47a: National Management of HIV and AIDS, 2000

HIV-infection deaths per 100,000 population, United States, 2000a
     
Population group Number Rateb
Total 14,477 5.3
Age (not age adjusted)
0-17 90 0.1
18-44 8,515 7.8
45-64 5,381 8.8
65 and over 491 1.4
Race
American Indian or Alaska Native 57 2.7
Asian or Pacific Islander 75 0.7
Asian DNC DNC
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander DNC DNC
Black or African American 7,848 23.7
White 6,497 2.8
Ethnicity
Hispanic 1,908 7.0
Total Non-Hispanic 12,389 5.0
Black or African American 7,708 24.4
White 4,562 2.3
Gender
Female 3,610 2.6
Male 10,867 8.0
Education (age 25-64)
Less than high school 3,152 19.8
High school graduate 5,796 13.2
At least some college 3,137 4.1

a  Measure is age adjusted.

b  1990-based postcensal population estimates were used to calculate death rates;  future reports will present rates based on intercensal population estimates for 1998 and 1999 and bridged-race population estimates for 2000 and subsequent years.

DNC - Data system does not collect data for this population.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System - Mortality.

Table 1.46c: National AIDS Prevention, 1998 Table 1.47b: National Management of HIV and AIDS, 1999

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