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National Healthcare Disparities Report, 2004

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Figure 2.3

Hemodialysis patients with adequate dialysis (urea reduction ratio 65% or higher), by race and ethnicity, 2001-2002.

Bar chart. White, in 2001, 86 percent, in 2002, 87 percent, black, in 2001, 82 percent, in 2002, 83 percent, asian, in 2001, 92 percent, in 2002, 93 percent, american indian/alaska native, in 2001, 87 percent, in 2002, 89 percent, > one race, in 2001, 86 percent, in 2002, 85 percent, nonhispanic white, in 2001, 85 percent, in 2002, 86 percent, hispanic, in 2001, 87 percent, in 2002, 88 percent.

Source: C M S E S R D Clinical Performance Measures Project, 2001-2002. Reference population: Hemodialysis patients age 18 and older.

Note: For findings related to all E S R D measures, see Table 2.3a. Available data do not support analyses stratified by S E S.

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