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2008 Atlas of Stroke Hospitalizations Among Medicare Beneficiaries

2008 Atlas of Stroke Hospitalizations Among Medicare Beneficiaries cover.

The Atlas of Stroke Hospitalizations among Medicare Beneficiaries is the fifth in a series of CDC atlases related to cardiovascular disease. It was developed in collaboration with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and includes county-level maps of stroke hospitalizations by stroke-subtype, race/ethnicity, discharge status, and co-morbidity. Maps of hospital facilities and stroke specialists are also included. In this section you can:

Suggested Citation

Casper ML, Nwaise IA, Croft JB, Nilasena DS. Atlas of Stroke Hospitalizations Among Medicare Beneficiaries. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2008.

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CoverPDF [285K]
Forword/Table of ContentsPDF [110K]
IntroductionPDF [131K]
Section One: National Patterns of Stroke HospitalizationsPDF [1M]
Section Two: Maps of Stroke Hospitalizations, by Subtype and Race/Ethnicity PDF [21M]
Section Three: Maps of Stroke Hospitalizations by Discharge Status and Race/EthnicityPDF [35M]
Section Four: Maps of Stroke Hospitalizations with Selected Comorbidities, by Race/EthnicityPDF [16M]
Section Five: Maps of Hospitals and Stroke SpecialistsPDF [8M]
Section Six: Maps of Hospital Charges for Stroke HospitalizationsPDF [2.7M]
Section Seven: Maps At-a-GlancePDF [77M]
Appendix A: State TablesPDF [831K]
Appendix B: Technical Notes and MethodsPDF [432K]
Appendix C: ResourcesPDF [178K]

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