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Incidence of End-Stage Renal Disease Related to Diabetes Mellitus (ESRD-DM) per 100,000 Diabetic Population, by Age, United States, 1980–2008

The incidence of treatment for ESRD-DM per 100,000 diabetic population increased in 1980s and 1990s and decreased since 2000 in all age groups. Specifically, for people younger than 45 years and people aged 45–64 years, the incidence increased from 1980 until the early 1990s and mid-1990s respectively, and then decreased. For people aged 65-74 years, incidence increased in the 1980s and early 1990s, leveled off during mid to late 1990s, and then decreased. For people aged 75 years or older, incidence increased until the late 1990s, and then decreased.

Incidence of End-stage Renal Disease Related to Diabetes per 100,000 Diabetic Population, by Age Group, United States, 1980–2008. Links for data figures, sources, methods and data limitations, and detailed tables follow this image.
 

YearAge Group
<4545–6465–7475+

Rate
Standard Error
Rate
Standard Error
Rate
Standard Error
Rate
Standard Error
198099.84.949.11.929.41.410.20.7
1981136.48.874.62.649.92.414.30.9
1982162.313.597.03.870.04.327.11.9
1983176.115.3116.75.281.84.431.22.3
1984202.714.0142.56.594.95.641.12.9
1985221.419.1158.18.6109.07.848.63.9
1986218.819.2173.111.4139.311.658.55.0
1987224.418.6195.911.7170.313.974.66.3
1988224.115.5226.79.9202.013.191.76.4
1989279.517.8274.512.8237.814.7137.89.3
1990260.017.9308.514.2273.614.4159.711.7
1991272.418.3344.816.5299.815.0178.912.4
1992258.317.6343.516.6343.017.3185.913.4
1993262.316.4353.716.4374.020.7200.513.6
1994262.116.0371.716.1392.320.5225.314.7
1995273.719.2398.417.9423.924.0259.118.3
1996261.116.2396.015.6433.521.5295.818.4
1997241.813.1383.812.8466.220.5350.119.2
1998216.69.2365.29.0446.415.2362.214.6
1999198.88.1359.69.3450.714.0374.614.3
2000189.67.0342.39.1442.813.3395.414.1
2001178.56.6328.18.5430.512.4392.014.4
2002174.16.3310.18.0403.711.6382.513.9
2003179.16.7301.66.9389.212.2363.713.7
2004168.16.9287.86.2376.312.5362.913.2
2005150.96.0275.36.4362.811.3349.112.1
2006158.46.6272.86.9358.511.5348.913.2
2007156.57.2253.77.4336.711.1332.513.4
2008151.16.9239.26.5319.710.6317.712.0

Methods and Limitations

Detailed Data Table

Data Source: The United States Renal Data System funded by National Institutes of Health; National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Data computed by CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation.


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