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Table 1.36b
Percent of patients with hematocrit 33 or greater,a by State, 2000 and 2005
State 2005 2000
Percent Standard error Percent Standard error
United Statesb 92.0 0.1 77.8 --
Alabama 91.1 0.4 75.8 0.6
Alaska 89.8 2.2 85.0 3.0
Arizona 92.7 0.4 81.2 0.7
Arkansas 84.0 0.8 69.6 1.0
California 91.5 0.2 78.1 0.3
Colorado 94.2 0.5 88.7 0.8
Connecticut 92.0 0.5 77.6 0.9
Delaware 95.6 0.7 86.0 1.4
District of Columbia 91.8 0.8 74.2 1.3
Florida 92.8 0.2 78.4 0.4
Georgia 90.6 0.3 68.1 0.5
Hawaii 93.3 0.7 85.0 1.1
Idaho 92.1 1.2 74.4 2.2
Illinois 91.5 0.3 78.7 0.4
Indiana 91.8 0.4 82.8 0.6
Iowa 92.6 0.6 77.8 1.1
Kansas 90.0 0.7 82.9 1.0
Kentucky 91.6 0.5 79.6 0.8
Louisiana 91.4 0.4 79.1 0.6
Maine 92.7 0.9 80.5 1.5
Maryland 92.7 0.3 76.2 0.6
Massachusetts 93.4 0.4 81.9 0.7
Michigan 92.8 0.3 72.9 0.5
Minnesota 91.8 0.6 81.0 0.8
Mississippi 92.1 0.4 81.1 0.7
Missouri 90.9 0.4 75.0 0.7
Montana 91.5 1.3 81.1 1.9
Nebraska 91.3 0.9 76.5 1.4
Nevada 89.4 0.9 80.0 1.4
New Hampshire 92.0 1.1 85.8 1.6
New Jersey 92.2 0.3 79.0 0.5
New Mexico 95.0 0.5 83.6 1.0
New York 91.5 0.2 73.1 0.4
North Carolina 93.9 0.2 79.0 0.5
North Dakota 85.6 1.7 70.5 2.5
Ohio 92.3 0.3 77.9 0.5
Oklahoma 92.9 0.5 75.8 0.9
Oregon 91.7 0.7 85.1 1.0
Pennsylvania 91.3 0.3 74.3 0.5
Puerto Rico 89.5 0.6 77.4 0.8
Rhode Island 94.3 0.9 79.4 1.5
South Carolina 93.0 0.3 72.6 0.7
South Dakota 91.3 1.3 83.6 1.6
Tennessee 90.6 0.4 70.1 0.7
Texas 92.6 0.2 83.1 0.3
Utah 90.4 1.0 76.3 1.7
Vermont 68.1 2.9 72.2 3.0
Virginia 93.4 0.3 81.9 0.5
Washington 94.0 0.4 86.4 0.7
West Virginia 92.2 0.8 80.1 1.2
Wisconsin 93.1 0.4 80.3 0.8
Wyoming 91.2 2.1 82.7 3.0

a Estimates are age adjusted. Methodology for calculating the anemia management measure was changed for 2004 data. Prior to 2004, the percent included all patients. Since 2004, the percent estimate includes only the erythropoietin-treated patients.

b Standard error is unavailable for 2000 data.

Source: Data from the unit-specific report for dialysis patients, University of Michigan Kidney Epidemiology and Cost Center.

 

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