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Table 1.30c
Admissions for diabetes with short-term complicationsa (excluding obstetric admissions and transfers from other institutions) per 100,000 population, age 18 and over, by State, 2003 and 2004
State 2004 2003
Rateb Standard error Rateb Standard error
Total 55.2 1.3 56.0 1.5
Arizona 50.0 1.1 50.0 1.1
Arkansas 74.0 1.9 DNC DNC
California 42.8 0.4 44.0 0.4
Colorado 43.9 1.1 44.9 1.2
Florida 53.9 0.7 52.7 0.7
Georgia 72.4 1.1 70.4 1.1
Hawaii 38.1 2.0 36.6 2.0
Illinois 49.7 0.7 49.0 0.7
Iowa 38.6 1.3 39.9 1.4
Kansas 48.8 1.6 53.2 1.7
Kentucky 67.0 1.5 69.1 1.5
Maryland 51.8 1.1 55.4 1.2
Massachusetts 42.2 0.9 42.1 0.9
Michigan 60.0 0.9 60.2 0.9
Minnesota 33.7 1.0 35.8 1.1
Missouri 63.9 1.2 57.6 1.2
Nebraska 37.6 1.8 38.1 1.8
Nevada 68.3 2.0 62.7 2.0
New Hampshire 46.5 2.2 39.4 2.1
New Jersey 54.1 0.9 51.0 0.9
New York 52.8 0.6 50.9 0.6
North Carolina 63.4 1.0 66.6 1.0
Ohio 63.6 0.9 61.6 0.9
Oregon 42.7 1.3 37.8 1.2
Rhode Island 48.8 2.4 47.4 2.4
South Carolina 72.5 1.6 71.5 1.7
Tennessee 77.6 1.3 74.6 1.3
Texas 54.5 0.7 55.1 0.7
Utah 36.9 1.5 43.3 1.7
Vermont 34.9 2.8 30.1 2.6
Virginia 54.9 1.0 55.7 1.0
Washington 37.3 0.9 40.2 0.9
West Virginia 79.4 2.5 77.7 2.4
Wisconsin 42.6 1.0 43.1 1.0

a Ketoacidosis, hyperosmolarity, or coma.

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

DNC - Data were not collected.

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

 

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