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2003 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Figure 1. State variation in percentage of heart attack patients prescribed a beta-blocker at discharge

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The following states are represented as Significantly Below The National Average: CA, AR, and MS. The following states are represented as Significantly Above The National Average: UT, CO, IA, MI, VA, ME, NH, MA, and RI. All other states are respresented as No Difference From The National Average.

The following states are represented as Significantly Below The National Average:

CA, AR, and MS.

The following states are represented as Significantly Above The National Average:

UT, CO, IA, MI, VA, ME, NH, MA, and RI.

All other states are respresented as No Difference From The National Average.

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