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Table 3.4 Reported cases of laboratory-confirmed, chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection*, by sex, race/ethnicity, age group, and case criteria — Emerging Infections Program (EIP) Enhanced Viral Hepatitis Surveillance, 2009


Category
CO
No. (%)
CT
No. (%)
MN
No. (%)
NM
No. (%)
NY
State
No. (%)
NY
City
No. (%)
San
Francisco
No. (%)
Total
No. (%)
Sex
               
 Female
97 (45.1) 177 (37.8) 366 (49.5) 28 (49.1) 588 (39.9) 3,380 (44.1) 444 (47.3) 5,080 (44.0)
 Male
118 (54.9) 291 (62.2) 369 (50.0) 29 (50.9) 885 (60.0) 4,286 (55.9) 490 (52.2) 6,468 (56.0)
 Missing/
  Unknown*
0 (0.0) 0 (0.0) 4 (0.5) 0 (0.0) 1 (0.1) 1 (0.0) 4 (0.4) 10 (0.1)
Race/Ethnicity
               
 American Indian/
  Alaska Native
2 (0.9) 0 (0.0) 5 (0.7) 0 (0.0) 5 (0.3) 3 (0.0) 1 (0.1) 16 (0.1)
 Asian/Pacific
  Islander
75 (34.9) 166 (35.5) 266 (36.0) 16 (28.1) 435 (29.5) 1,332 (17.4) 582 (62.1) 2,872 (24.8)
 Black,
  non-Hispanic
44 (20.5) 81 (17.3) 214 (28.0) 6 (10.5) 284 (19.3) 548 (7.2) 17 (1.8) 1,194 (10.3)
 White,
  non-Hispanic
37 (17.2) 91 (19.4) 49 (6.6) 14 (24.6) 245 (16.6) 139 (1.8) 36 (3.8) 611 (5.3)
 Hispanic
10 (4.7) 44 (9.4) 3 (0.4) 9 (15.8) 89 (6.0) 117 (1.5) 13 (1.4) 285 (2.5)
 Other
6 (2.8) 4 (0.9) 9 (1.2) 0 (0.0) 18 (1.2) 0 (0.0) 14 (1.5) 51 (0.4)
 Missing/
  Unknown
41 (19.1) 82 (17.5) 193 (26.1) 12 (21.1) 398 (27.0) 5,528 (72.1) 275 (29.3) 6,529 (56.5)
Age group (yrs)
               
 0-14
7 (3.3) 10 (2.1) 25 (3.4) 0 (0.0) 36 (2.4) 67 (0.9) 5 (0.5) 150 (1.3)
 15-24
25 (11.6) 29 (6.2) 111 (15.0) 5 (8.8) 119 (8.1) 797 (10.4) 34 (3.6) 1,120 (9.7)
 25-39
96 (44.7) 177 (37.8) 319 (43.2) 15 (26.3) 461 (31.3) 3,203 (41.8) 269 (28.7) 4,540 (39.3)
 40-54
52 (24.2) 170 (36.3) 183 (24.8) 20 (35.1) 543 (36.8) 2,378 (31.0) 327 (34.9) 3,673 (31.8)
 ≥55
35 (16.3) 82 (17.5) 101 (13.7) 17 (29.8) 315 (21.4) 1,222 (15.9) 302 (32.2) 2,074 (17.9)
 Missing*
0 (0.0) 0 (0.0) 0 (0.0) 0 (0.0) 0 (0.0) 0 (0.0) 1 (0.1) 1 (0.0)
Country of Birth
               
 United States
28 (13.0) 50 (10.7) 33 (4.5) U† 60 (4.1) 13 (0.2) 35 (3.7) 219 (1.9)
 Other
126 (58.6) 187 (40.0) 448 (60.6) U 1,236 (83.9) 193 (2.5) 233 (24.8) 2,423 (21.1)
 Missing/
  Unknown
61 (28.4) 231 (49.4) 258 (34.9) U 178 (12.1) 7,461 (97.3) 670 (71.4) 8,859 (77.0)
Case criteria§
               
 Hepatitis B surface
  antigen(HBsAg)
203 (94.4) 460 (98.3) 718 (97.2) U 1,426 (96.7) 7,329 (95.6) 892 (95.1) 11,028 (95.9)
 Hepatitis B e-
  antigen(HBeAg)
21 (9.8) 65 (13.9) 150 (20.3) U 251 (17.0) 1,591 (20.8) 102 (10.9) 2,180 (19.0)
 HBV-DNA
32 (14.9) 156 (33.3) 437 (58.1) U 807 (54.8) 5,145 (67.1) 506 (53.9) 7,083 (61.6)
Total new
reported cases
215 468 739 57 1,474 7,667 938 11,558
Estimated 2009
population
5,024,748 3,518,288 5,266,214 2,009,671 4,265,336 8,391,881 815,358 29,291,496
Rate¶
4.3 13.3 14.0 2.8 34.6 91.4 115.0 39.5

* “Missing” refers to case reports for which data are absent, whereas “unknown” refers to case reports for which an attempt was made to capture this information, but no valid response was provided.
†U=No data available for reporting.
§More than one laboratory result can accompany each case report.
¶Rate per 100,000 population.


 
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