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Figure 3. State Variation in Pediatric Hospital Admissions for Asthma Per 100,000 Population Ages 0-17, 2001

Map of the United States color coded to show  which States fall into each percentile of pediatric hospital admissions for asthma. Go to the table below for details.

0-25th Percentile >25th-50th Percentile >50th-75th Percentile >75th-100th Percentile No data
Florida
Kentucky
Michigan
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Virginia
Illinois
Maryland
Missouri
North Carolina
Rhode Island
Tennessee
Texas
West Virginia
California
Colorado
Georgia
Hawaii
Kansas
Massachusetts
Minnesota
Washington
Arizona
Iowa
Maine
Nebraska
Oregon
Utah
Vermont
Wisconsin
Alabama
Alaska
Arkansas
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Idaho
Indiana
Louisiana
Mississippi
Montana
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Mexico
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
South Dakota
Wyoming

Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, HCUP State Inpatient Databases, 2001.

Note: Not all States are included. Values for quartiles are: 0-25th percentile = 221.4-315.3 admissions/100,000 population; >25th-50th percentile = 187.3-220.9; >50th-75th percentile = 125.6-176.6; >75th-100th percentile = 66.3-120.6.

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