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

TABLE 5b. Estimated percent reporting routine doctor visits in the past year among children1 with active2 asthma by state/territory - BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey, United States, 2006-2010
State/TerritorySample
size±
One or more routine visitsNo routine visits3
Sample
size
%SE§95% CISample
size
%SE95% CI
Arizona14810572.95.0(63.1 - 82.7)4327.15.0(17.3 - 36.9)
California21514773.73.4(67.0 - 80.4)6826.33.4(19.6 - 33.0)
Connecticut42329868.42.9(62.7 - 74.1)12531.62.9(25.9 - 37.3)
District of Columbia14710874.34.3(65.9 - 82.7)3925.74.3(17.3 - 34.1)
Georgia41030377.62.6(72.5 - 82.7)10722.42.6(17.3 - 27.5)
Hawaii44927465.82.8(60.3 - 71.3)17534.22.8(28.7 - 39.7)
Illinois20014267.34.5(58.5 - 76.1)5832.74.5(23.9 - 41.5)
Indiana38628374.32.8(68.8 - 79.8)10325.72.8(20.2 - 31.2)
Iowa28018362.23.4(55.5 - 68.9)9737.83.4(31.1 - 44.5)
Kansas66547371.42.1(67.3 - 75.5)19228.62.1(24.5 - 32.7)
Louisiana1188372.84.9(63.2 - 82.4)3527.24.9(17.6 - 36.8)
Maine34325273.72.7(68.4 - 79.0)9126.32.7(21.0 - 31.6)
Maryland47433772.62.6(67.5 - 77.7)13727.42.6(22.3 - 32.5)
Massachusetts31823976.43.3(69.9 - 82.9)7923.63.3(17.1 - 30.1)
Michigan54640774.72.3(70.2 - 79.2)13925.32.3(20.8 - 29.8)
Mississippi957277.85.0(68.0 - 87.6)2322.25.0(12.4 - 32.0)
Missouri25217768.94.3(60.5 - 77.3)7531.14.3(22.7 - 39.5)
Montana25516869.23.4(62.5 - 75.9)8730.83.4(24.1 - 37.5)
Nebraska53936168.13.4(61.4 - 74.8)17831.93.4(25.2 - 38.6)
New Hampshire17713171.34.4(62.7 - 79.9)4628.74.4(20.1 - 37.3)
New Jersey34625576.03.2(69.7 - 82.3)9124.03.2(17.7 - 30.3)
New Mexico25716462.74.2(54.5 - 70.9)9337.34.2(29.1 - 45.5)
New York34325275.33.1(69.2 - 81.4)9124.73.1(18.6 - 30.8)
North Dakota1238365.05.3(54.6 - 75.4)4035.05.3(24.6 - 45.4)
Ohio25919776.74.1(68.7 - 84.7)6223.34.1(15.3 - 31.3)
Oklahoma25619274.83.3(68.3 - 81.3)6425.23.3(18.7 - 31.7)
Oregon22713764.53.8(57.1 - 71.9)9035.53.8(28.1 - 42.9)
Pennsylvania15712578.24.7(69.0 - 87.4)3221.84.7(12.6 - 31.0)
Rhode Island18812868.53.9(60.9 - 76.1)6031.53.9(23.9 - 39.1)
Texas56739868.83.4(62.1 - 75.5)16931.23.4(24.5 - 37.9)
Utah42127167.72.9(62.0 - 73.4)15032.32.9(26.6 - 38.0)
Vermont44731671.42.5(66.5 - 76.3)13128.62.5(23.7 - 33.5)
Virginia1007071.57.4(57.0 - 86.0)3028.57.4(14.0 - 43.0)
Washington39726265.13.1(59.0 - 71.2)13534.93.1(28.8 - 41.0)
West Virginia22217280.22.8(74.7 - 85.7)5019.82.8(14.3 - 25.3)
Wisconsin20014473.63.9(66.0 - 81.2)5626.43.9(18.8 - 34.0)
36 state total10,9507,70972.80.9(71.0 - 74.6)3,24127.20.9(25.4 - 29.0)
Median  72.1   28.0  
Range  62.2-80.2   19.8-37.8  

1 Aged < 18 years

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

3 No doctor visits or no routine doctor visits

± 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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