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Multiple Year (2006 ~ 2010) Child Asthma Call-back Survey Prevalence Tables

TABLE 10. Estimated percent using inhaled short acting beta agonists among children1 with current2 or active3 asthma status by state/territory - BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey, United States, 2006-2010
State/TerritoryCurrentActive
Sample
size±
%SE§95% CISample
size
%SE95% CI
Arizona12546.87.3(32.5 - 61.1)14940.16.4(27.6 - 52.6)
California17057.05.1(47.0 - 67.0)20651.24.8(41.8 - 60.6)
Connecticut34753.63.6(46.5 - 60.7)41347.43.3(40.9 - 53.9)
District of Columbia11448.36.0(36.5 - 60.1)14042.35.2(32.1 - 52.5)
Georgia34143.33.7(36.0 - 50.6)39938.93.3(32.4 - 45.4)
Hawaii41734.62.9(28.9 - 40.3)44433.52.8(28.0 - 39.0)
Illinois16848.45.0(38.6 - 58.2)19643.04.6(34.0 - 52.0)
Indiana34846.93.6(39.8 - 54.0)39140.33.3(33.8 - 46.8)
Iowa24944.93.6(37.8 - 52.0)27440.73.4(34.0 - 47.4)
Kansas58853.82.4(49.1 - 58.5)65748.82.3(44.3 - 53.3)
Louisiana10732.25.4(21.6 - 42.8)12229.55.0(19.7 - 39.3)
Maine28454.83.4(48.1 - 61.5)33247.23.1(41.1 - 53.3)
Maryland38548.33.4(41.6 - 55.0)46739.53.0(33.6 - 45.4)
Massachusetts26946.64.5(37.8 - 55.4)31541.84.0(34.0 - 49.6)
Michigan48045.93.0(40.0 - 51.8)53343.62.8(38.1 - 49.1)
Mississippi8031.96.1(19.9 - 43.9)9428.55.3(18.1 - 38.9)
Missouri23051.24.7(42.0 - 60.4)25546.14.5(37.3 - 54.9)
Montana21046.74.4(38.1 - 55.3)25342.24.0(34.4 - 50.0)
Nebraska46747.23.9(39.6 - 54.8)52843.43.7(36.1 - 50.7)
New Hampshire15048.95.1(38.9 - 58.9)17344.44.8(35.0 - 53.8)
New Jersey29638.64.0(30.8 - 46.4)33735.33.7(28.0 - 42.6)
New Mexico23445.94.5(37.1 - 54.7)26241.94.2(33.7 - 50.1)
New York27642.74.2(34.5 - 50.9)33635.43.7(28.1 - 42.7)
North Dakota9846.75.7(35.5 - 57.9)12036.75.1(26.7 - 46.7)
Ohio22243.24.8(33.8 - 52.6)25836.64.4(28.0 - 45.2)
Oklahoma25053.03.9(45.4 - 60.6)25652.43.9(44.8 - 60.0)
Oregon19344.14.4(35.5 - 52.7)22444.74.2(36.5 - 52.9)
Pennsylvania13449.55.9(37.9 - 61.1)15642.45.3(32.0 - 52.8)
Rhode Island15351.54.8(42.1 - 60.9)18047.84.4(39.2 - 56.4)
Texas47941.53.8(34.1 - 48.9)55834.93.3(28.4 - 41.4)
Utah36849.43.7(42.1 - 56.7)41446.23.5(39.3 - 53.1)
Vermont38952.43.0(46.5 - 58.3)44348.32.8(42.8 - 53.8)
Virginia8844.76.6(31.8 - 57.6)10042.66.2(30.4 - 54.8)
Washington34149.03.5(42.1 - 55.9)38944.43.3(37.9 - 50.9)
West Virginia19348.64.3(40.2 - 57.0)21345.34.0(37.5 - 53.1)
Wisconsin14751.65.4(41.0 - 62.2)20643.44.4(34.8 - 52.0)
36 state total9,39046.81.1(44.6 - 49.0)10,79341.51.1(39.3 - 43.7)
Median 47.1   42.5  
Range 31.9-57.0   28.5-52.4  

1 Aged < 18 years

2 "Yes" response to "Do you still have asthma?"

3 Reported any of the following during the past year: asthma medication use, asthma symptoms, or MD visits for asthma

± Sample size is for multiple years of participation. Responses of “Don’t Know” and “Refused” are excluded.

§ Standard error

Confidence interval

 
  • Page last reviewed: September 30, 2012
  • Page last updated: September 30, 2012
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