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2003 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 1.59: National Adolescent Immunization, 2000

Percent of adolescents (age 13-15) reported to have received 3 or more doses of hepatitis B vaccine, United States, 2000a
     
Population group Percent Standard error
Total 67.2 1.3
Race
American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU DSU
Asian or Pacific Islander only 70.9 5.7
Asian 70.4 5.8
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander DSU DSU
Black or African American only 70.3 3.2
White only 65.7 1.6
More than one race DSU DSU
Ethnicity
Hispanic 75.3 2.4
Total, non-Hispanic 65.9 1.4
Black or African American 69.2 3.3
White 64.6 1.7
Gender
Female 69.4 1.9
Male 65.2 1.8
Health insurance
Private 67.8 1.5
Public 70.6 3.1
Uninsured 59.5 3.5
Family income
< 100% of poverty level 68.8 4.1
100-199% of poverty level 64.6 3.2
200-399% of poverty level 65.9 2.6
>=400% of poverty level 70.4 2.4
Unknown 66.6 3.0
Residence location
MSA 68.4 1.5
Non-MSA 64.5 2.6

a Measure is not age adjusted.

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

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Health Interview Survey.

Table 1.58f: Childhood Immunization by State, 2000 Table 1.60: National Adolescent Immunization, 2000

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