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The figure above is a bar chart showing that during 2010-2011, approximately 468,000 emergency department visits were made each year by persons aged >15 years with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, an overall rate of 3.8 visits per 1,000 persons per year. The visit rate declined significantly as age increased. Persons aged 15-24 years had the highest rate (6.5 per 1,000), which was nearly three times the rate for persons aged ≥50 years (2.2 per 1,000).

During 2010–2011, approximately 468,000 emergency department visits were made each year by persons aged ≥15 years with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, an overall rate of 3.8 visits per 1,000 persons per year. The visit rate declined significantly as age increased. Persons aged 15–24 years had the highest rate (6.5 per 1,000), which was nearly three times the rate for persons aged ≥50 years (2.2 per 1,000).

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