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Number of People Initiating Treatment for End-Stage Renal Disease Related to Diabetes Mellitus (ESRD-DM), United States, 1980–2008

The number of persons who began treatment for end-stage renal disease (ESRD) attributable to diabetes increased from over 2,600 in 1980 to 48,374 in 2008. The rate of increase in the number of new cases, however, has slowed since 1999.

Number of People Initiating Treatment for End-Stage Renal Disease Related to Diabetes (ESRD-DM), United States, 1980-2008. Links for data figures, sources, methods and data limitations, and detailed tables follow this image.
 

YearNumber
19802644
19813982
19825203
19836096
19847339
19858530
19869879
198711252
198812755
198915363
199017729
199120251
199222429
199324134
199426826
199528800
199632189
199735195
199837619
199939517
200041649
200143282
200243574
200344683
200445800
200546492
200648385
200747973
200848374

 

Methods and Limitations

Detailed Data Table

Data Source: United States Renal Data System (USRDS). The USRDS is a surveillance system for end-stage renal disease funded by National Institutes of Health.


 

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