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Table 1.60b
Deaths per 1,000 admissions with acute myocardial infarction (AMI) as principal diagnosis (excluding transfers to another hospital), age 18 and over, by State, 2003 and 2004
State 2004 2003
Ratea Standard error Ratea Standard error
Total U.S. 81.7 0.3 86.4 0.3
Arizona 72.6 2.5 77.3 2.7
Arkansas 115.3 3.4 DNC DNC
California 83.1 1.1 88.5 1.1
Colorado 77.4 3.6 74.8 3.4
Florida 76.1 1.1 78.9 1.1
Georgia 87.1 2.2 99.8 2.2
Illinois 77.2 1.7 83.2 1.6
Iowa 92.5 3.6 70.2 3.4
Kansas 88.3 4.1 94.1 4.1
Kentucky 79.9 2.4 86.9 2.5
Maryland 70.3 2.4 72.4 2.3
Massachusetts 73.1 2.1 79.0 2.0
Michigan 67.1 1.6 77.4 1.6
Minnesota 72.4 2.8 75.4 2.7
Missouri 86.8 2.2 91.7 2.1
Nebraska 104.6 5.4 98.7 5.2
Nevada 86.8 3.9 91.0 4.0
New Hampshire 89.8 5.3 92.0 5.4
New Jersey 83.3 1.8 87.8 1.8
New York 87.3 1.2 90.6 1.2
North Carolina 84.6 2.0 92.5 1.9
Oregon 89.1 3.5 92.0 3.4
Rhode Island 75.4 4.9 74.4 4.7
South Carolina 92.4 3.0 98.2 2.9
Tennessee 94.1 2.2 98.4 2.2
Texas 87.3 1.3 101.7 1.4
Utah 92.3 6.1 94.1 6.0
Vermont 104.6 8.7 98.6 8.4
Virginia 80.9 2.2 89.6 2.2
Washington 80.3 2.7 92.3 2.6
West Virginia 87.4 3.4 93.2 3.4
Wisconsin 91.1 2.7 94.2 2.7

a Rates are adjusted by age, gender, age-gender interactions, and all patients refined (APR)-diagnosis related group (DRG) risk of mortality score.

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), and not all States participate in HCUP. Estimates for the total U.S. are from the Nationwide Inpatient Sample, which is drawn from the SID and weighted to give national estimates. For relevant denominator sources, go to Methods section.

 

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