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2005 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 1.26b
Admissions for diabetes with long-term complicationsa (excluding obstetric admissions and transfers from other institutions) per 100,000 population, age 18 years and older, by State, 2001 and 2002
  2002 2001
State Rateb Standard error Rateb Standard error
         
Total U.S. 121.2 2.7 117.1 2.5
         
Arizona 112.7 1.7 112.6 1.7
California 107.8 0.7 102.3 0.7
Colorado 81.7 1.7 75.4 1.6
Florida 105.6 0.9 104.5 0.9
Georgia 126.1 1.5 118.5 1.4
Hawaii 92.1 3.1 94.8 3.2
Illinois 125.7 1.2 117.2 1.1
Iowa 78.0 1.8 93.2 2.0
Kansas 119.2 2.5 113.4 2.5
Kentucky 136.1 2.1 128.0 2.1
Maine 91.1 2.9 104.4 3.2
Maryland 108.9 1.7 104.9 1.6
Massachusetts 103.6 1.4 103.6 1.4
Minnesota 93.9 1.8 93.9 1.8
Missouri 121.5 1.7 117.4 1.7
Nebraska 79.5 2.5 72.1 2.4
Nevada 105.3 2.8 -- --
New Jersey 144.6 1.5 140.1 1.4
New York 144.2 1.0 134.2 0.9
North Carolina 123.1 1.4 121.2 1.4
Ohio 117.0 1.2 -- --
Oregon 74.7 1.7 68.1 1.6
Pennsylvania 127.9 1.1 124.4 1.1
Rhode Island 107.8 3.5 110.2 3.6
South Carolina 153.7 2.4 157.3 2.4
Tennessee 129.3 1.7 120.9 1.6
Texas 152.0 1.4 146.6 1.3
Utah 71.2 2.4 68.0 2.3
Vermont 64.0 3.6 75.0 4.0
Virginia 117.1 1.5 113.9 1.5
Washington 67.2 1.2 64.8 1.2
West Virginia 149.9 3.1 154.4 3.2
Wisconsin 89.9 1.5 92.8 1.5
         

a Renal, eye, neurological, circulatory, or other unspecified complications.

b Estimates are adjusted by age and gender using the total U.S. population for 2000 as the standard population. Note: For KS, rate biased upward because data element was not available to exclude transfers.

-- Statistic cannot be calculated

Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Center for Delivery, Organization, and Markets, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP). State estimates are from the 2002 and 2001 State Inpatient Databases (SID); not all States participate in HCUP. Estimates for the total U.S. are from the 2002 and 2001 Nationwide Inpatient Sample, which is drawn from the SID and weighted to give national estimates.

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