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219. Acute Conditions, by Type

[48 represents 48,000,000).Covers civilian noninstitutional population. Estimates include only acute conditions which were medically attended or caused at least 1 day of restricted activity. Beginning 1985, the levels of estimates may not be comparable to estimates for 1970- 1980 because the later data are based on a revised questionnaire and field procedures; for further information, see source. Based on National Health Interview Survey; see Appendix III. NORTHEAST: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. MIDWEST: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas. SOUTH: Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. WEST: Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska, and Hawaii]

 
NUMBER OF RATE PER
CONDITIONS (mil.) 100 POPULATION
YEAR AND CHARACTERISTIC Infective Infective
and Respiratory and Respiratory
parastic Digestive Injuries parastic Digestive Injuries
Common Influ- Common Influ-
cold enza cold enza
 
1970 48 (NA) (NA) 23 59 24.1 (NA) (NA) 11.5 29.6
1975 48 (NA) (NA) 22 76 22.8 (NA) (NA) 10.3 36.4
1980 54 (NA) (NA) 25 73 24.6 (NA) (NA) 11.4 33.4
1985 48 (NA) (NA) 16 64 20.5 (NA) (NA) 7.0 27.4
1990 52 61 107 13 60 21.0 25.0 43.4 5.3 24.4
1991 46 71 130 17 60 18.5 28.6 52.1 6.6 24.0
1992 56 65 107 18 60 22.4 25.7 42.7 7.0 23.7
1993 54 68 133 16 62 21.3 26.8 52.2 6.3 24.4
1994 54 66 90 16 62 20.9 25.4 34.8 6.1 23.8
1995 53 61 108 16 65 20.1 23.1 41.2 6.0 24.7
1996 54 62 95 18 57 20.5 23.6 36.0 6.7 21.7
 
  1990, total 1 52 61 107 13 60 21.0 25.0 43.4 5.3 24.4
AGE
Under 5 years old 10 13 12 1 5 54.8 65.8 60.3 4.2 27.6
5 to 17 years old 20 15 28 3 14 43.3 32.2 61.8 7.3 29.7
18 to 24 years old 5 7 12 2 7 21.2 27.2 46.3 6.6 28.8
25 to 44 years old 10 16 34 4 20 12.7 20.3 43.0 4.9 25.2
45 to 64 years old 4 7 15 2 9 8.2 14.0 33.0 4.3 19.9
65 years old and over 2 5 6 1 5 7.2 15.4 19.3 4.4 15.9
SEX
Male 22 27 46 5 34 18.5 22.5 38.9 4.6 28.1
Female 30 35 60 8 27 23.3 27.3 47.7 6.0 21.0
RACE
White 44 51 96 10 53 21.4 24.7 46.3 5.0 25.5
Black 6 8 7 2 6 20.2 26.8 24.1 6.8 19.5
REGION
Northeast 10 14 15 2 10 20.5 27.8 30.5 4.1 20.6
Midwest 10 13 33 3 16 17.2 22.3 54.7 5.4 26.0
South 23 18 25 5 22 27.5 21.7 30.2 5.6 25.7
West 8 16 33 3 13 15.3 30.6 64.1 5.9 24.3
FAMILY INCOME
Under $10,000 6 8 11 2 7 23.0 32.5 44.4 6.8 27.4
$10,000 to $19,999 8 10 18 2 10 19.8 25.9 45.3 5.1 24.6
$20,000 to $34,999 10 12 23 3 14 19.4 23.3 44.3 5.2 25.5
$35,000 or more 21 23 40 5 21 23.7 26.4 45.5 5.6 23.9
 
     1995, total 1 53 61 108 16 65 20.1 23.1 41.2 6.0 24.7
AGE
Under 5 years old 11 11 11 2 5 52.0 53.7 53.6 11.7 27.0
5 to 17 years old 20 17 30 4 15 39.6 33.0 59.4 7.3 30.2
18 to 24 years old 5 5 11 2 6 18.3 21.8 43.1 6.3 25.1
25 to 44 years old 11 15 38 4 19 13.5 18.6 45.2 5.0 23.4
45 to 64 years old 4 8 14 2 12 8.7 16.1 28.0 4.5 23.3
65 years old and over 2 4 4 2 6 5.9 12.2 14.0 5.4 19.7
SEX
Male 24 28 50 7 35 18.6 22.3 39.0 5.7 27.2
Female 29 32 58 9 30 21.5 23.9 43.4 6.4 22.3
RACE
White 46 48 96 12 57 21.2 22.0 44.0 5.7 26.1
Black 6 9 9 3 6 17.6 26.9 26.5 9.6 18.1
REGION
Northeast 12 11 16 3 12 23.7 21.2 31.4 5.5 24.2
Midwest 10 15 34 4 18 16.5 23.8 55.3 6.0 29.7
South 23 19 27 5 20 25.0 20.4 29.3 5.9 21.8
West 7 16 30 4 14 12.6 28.7 54.5 6.8 24.3
FAMILY INCOME
Under $10,000 5 7 10 2 6 21.6 30.1 47.7 11.2 29.1
$10,000 to $19,999 8 8 15 2 9 21.6 21.8 39.7 6.4 24.3
$20,000 to $34,999 10 14 23 3 14 18.2 26.0 41.6 5.1 26.0
$35,000 or more 24 22 48 6 26 22.2 20.6 44.8 5.4 24.3
 
     1996, total 1 54 62 95 18 57 20.5 23.6 36.0 6.7 21.7
AGE
Under 5 years old 11 10 11 2 5 57.0 48.6 53.7 9.6 22.9
5 to 17 years old 19 17 23 5 11 37.1 33.8 44.3 9.8 21.4
18 to 24 years old 6 6 10 2 8 23.2 23.8 40.5 6.4 31.5
25 to 44 years old 10 16 32 4 21 12.2 18.7 38.1 5.1 24.9
45 to 64 years old 6 9 14 3 8 11.0 16.4 26.1 5.3 14.6
65 years old and over 2 5 6 2 5 6.5 15.7 18.6 6.6 17.2
SEX
Male 23 28 44 8 32 17.9 21.9 34.1 5.9 24.6
Female 31 34 51 10 26 23.0 25.1 37.8 7.4 18.9
RACE
White 46 51 82 15 49 21.0 23.3 37.3 6.8 22.1
Black 6 9 9 2 7 19.0 26.0 28.1 6.9 20.8
REGION
Northeast 11 12 15 3 12 21.3 21.7 28.3 4.8 21.9
Midwest 11 16 26 5 15 17.9 26.0 41.5 7.7 24.3
South 23 17 26 7 18 25.5 19.2 28.8 7.4 20.4
West 8 17 27 3 12 14.7 29.6 48.7 6.1 20.5
FAMILY INCOME
Under $10,000 5 6 8 1 6 25.7 30.9 41.8 7.0 28.0
$10,000 to $19,999 6 7 12 3 10 16.5 18.9 33.7 8.0 25.8
$20,000 to $34,999 10 12 21 4 12 18.7 23.0 39.7 7.5 21.7
$35,000 or more 26 27 41 7 23 23.5 24.4 37.1 6.0 20.6


NA Not available.
1 Includes other races and unknown income not shown separately.

Source: U.S. National Center for Health Statistics, Vital and Health Statistics, Series 10, No. 200, and earlier reports; and unpublished data.

http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/



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