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Table 1.24b: Admissions for diabetes with short-term complicationsa per 100,000 population, age 18 and older, by State, 2001

  Adjusted rateb
Statec Estimate Standard error
     
United States 52.367 1.314
     
Arizona 50.215 1.154
California 42.683 0.415
Colorado 40.347 1.127
Florida 51.915 0.668
Georgia 70.393 1.078
Hawaii 28.956 1.803
Illinois 47.147 0.715
Iowa 39.285 1.372
Kansasd 50.887 1.724
Kentucky 64.081 1.553
Maine 39.892 2.060
Maryland 51.091 1.131
Massachusetts 39.611 0.906
Michigan 60.363 0.906
Minnesota 32.736 1.063
Missouri 58.131 1.254
Nebraska 31.573 1.681
New Jersey 53.358 0.919
New York 49.973 0.594
North Carolina 63.418 1.049
Oregon 37.158 1.214
Pennsylvania 55.110 0.784
Rhode Island 45.901 2.387
South Carolina 71.394 1.723
Tennessee 64.444 1.233
Texas 55.555 0.789
Utah 39.749 1.634
Vermont 35.297 2.779
Virginia 52.215 0.982
Washington 38.857 0.943
West Virginia 70.456 2.335
Wisconsin 41.999 1.027
     

a Short-term complications include Ketoacidosis, hyperosmolarity, or coma. Numerator excludes obstetric admissions and transfers from other institutions.

b Rates are adjusted by age and gender, using the total U.S. population for 2000 as the standard population.

c Not all States participate in the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project.

d For Kansas, rate biased upward because data element was not available to exclude transfers.

Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Center for Delivery, Organization, and Markets, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, Nationwide Inpatient Sample and State Inpatient Databases.

 

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