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Age-Adjusted Percentage of Adults Aged 18 Years or Older with Diagnosed Diabetes Performing Daily Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose, United States, 1994–2010

From 1994 to 2010, the age-adjusted percentage of adults aged 18 years or older with diagnosed diabetes performing daily self-monitoring of blood glucose increased by 27.9 points, from 35.7% to 63.6%. 

Age-Adjusted Percentage of Daily Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose for Adults Aged >= 18 Years with Diabetes, United States, 1994–2010

YearAge-Adjusted PercentStd Error
199435.72.2
199540.82.7
199641.61.9
199742.51.6
199843.01.5
199948.11.6
200048.41.6
200155.91.2
200256.51.3
200358.31.2
200460.41.1
200561.51.2
200664.61.1
200763.71.1
200863.21.1
200961.51.2
201063.61.1

 

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Data Source: Information came from the CDC's Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. The data was computed by CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation personnel.

 

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