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Number (in Thousands) of Hospital Discharges with Stroke as First-Listed Diagnosis and Diabetes as Secondary Diagnosis, United States, 1988–2006

From 1988 to 2006, the number of hospital discharges with stroke as the first-listed diagnosis and diabetes as secondary diagnosis increased until 1997, then leveled off. The number of hospital discharges was 114,000 in 1988, and 184,000 in 2006.

Graph showing Number (in Thousands) of Hospital Discharges with Stroke as First-Listed Diagnosis and Diabetes as Secondary Diagnosis, United States, 1988–2006. Links for methods and data limitations follow this image.
 

YearDischarges
(Number in Thousands)
1988 114
1989 121
1990 132
1991 128
1992 148
1993 145
1994 148
1995 172
1996 168
1997 187
1998 186
1999 177
2000 190
2001 170
2002 172
2003183
2004169
2005161
2006184

 

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Data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Center for Health Statistics, Division of Health Care Statistics, data from the National Hospital Discharge Survey and Division of Health Interview Statistics, data from the National Health Interview Survey. Data computed by personnel in the Division of Diabetes Translation, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, CDC.
 

 

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