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2004 Current Resident Tables - Standard Errors

 

Demographics

Description: Table I provides the standard errors of number, percent distribution, and rate per 10,000 civilian population of nursing home residents. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin). [PDF - 81 KB]

Description: Table II provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by age at time of interview. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (type of ownership, certification status, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 81 KB]

Description: Table III provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by sex and race. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (type of ownership, certification status, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 81 KB]

Description: Table IV provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by selected characteristics. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race), and other resident characteristics (marital status, residence before admission, and living arrangements before admission). [PDF - 81 KB]

Description: Table V provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by selected characteristics. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race), and other resident characteristics (marital status, residence before admission, and living arrangements before admission). [PDF - 81 KB]

Description: Table VI provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by census region. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at time of interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin). [PDF - 81 KB]

Description: Table VII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by location. Location data are categorized as metropolitan statistical area, micropolitan statistical area, and other location. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at time of interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin). [PDF - 81 KB]

 

Payment Source and Length of Time Since Admission (in days)

Description: Table VIII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by all sources of payment at time of admission and at time of interview. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin), and other resident characteristics (marital status, residence before admission, and living arrangements before admission). [PDF - 92 KB]

Description: Table IX provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by all sources of payment at time of admission and at time of interview. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin), and other resident characteristics (marital status, residence before admission, and living arrangements before admission). [PDF - 92 KB]

Description: Table X provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by all sources of payment at time of admission and at time of interview. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (type of ownership, certification status, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 92 KB]

Description: Table XI provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by all sources of payment at time of admission and at time of interview. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (type of ownership, certification status, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 92 KB]

Description: Table XII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by length of time since admission (in days). Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin), and other resident characteristics (marital status, residence before admission, and living arrangements before admission), and mean and median length of time since admission (in days). [PDF - 92 KB]

Description: Table XIII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by length of time since admission (in days). Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (type of ownership, certification status, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation), and mean and median length of time since admission (in days). [PDF - 92 KB]

 

Functional Status

Description: Table XIV provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) and other activities. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race), and other activities (levels of assistance with ADLs, personal hygiene, walking, and locomotion). [PDF - 100 KB]

Description: Table XV provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) and other activities. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race), and other activities (levels of assistance with ADLs, personal hygiene, walking, and locomotion). [PDF - 100 KB]

Description: Table XVI provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by continence. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race), and levels of continence. [PDF - 100 KB]

Description: Table XVII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by bladder continence. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race), and continence programs and appliances. [PDF - 100 KB]

Description: Table XVIII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by falls, fractures, weight change, and nutritional approaches. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 100 KB]

Description: Table XIX provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by falls, fractures, weight change, and nutritional approaches. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 100 KB]

 

Quality of Life

Description: Table XX provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by use of advance directives. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXI provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by types of advance directives. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by use of advance directives. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (ownership, certification, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXIII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by types of advance directives. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (ownership, certification, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXIV provides the standard errors of nursing home residents who had any pain in the past 7 days before interview. Nursing home residents are tabulated by pain assessment methods. [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXV provides the standard errors of nursing home residents who had any pain in the past 7 days before interview. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin), other resident characteristics (marital status, residence before admission, and living arrangements before admission), and pain management strategy. [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXVI provides the standard errors of nursing home residents who had any pain in the past 7 days before interview. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (type of ownership, certification status, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation), and pain management strategy. [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXVII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by presence of pressure ulcers. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin), and highest stage of pressure ulcers at time of interview. [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXVIII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by presence of pressure ulcers. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (ownership, certification, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation), and highest stage of pressure ulcers at time of interview. [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXIX provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by use of physical restraints. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXX provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by types of physical restraints. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXXI provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by use of physical restraints. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (ownership, certification, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 166 KB]

Description: Table XXXII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by types of physical restraints. Nursing home residents are tabulated by facility characteristics (ownership, certification, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 166 KB]

 

Diagnoses, Medications, and Vaccinations

Description: Table XXXIII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by primary diagnosis based on the ICD-9-CM (International Classification of Disease, 9th Revision, and Clinical Modification). Nursing home residents are tabulated by primary diagnosis at admission and at time of interview. [PDF - 150 KB]

Description: Table XXXIV provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by primary diagnosis at admission based on the ICD-9-CM (International Classification of Disease, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification). Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 150 KB]

Description: Table XXXV provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by primary diagnosis at admission based on the ICD-9-CM (International Classification of Disease, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification). Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 150 KB]

Description: Table XXXVI provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by primary diagnosis at time of interview based on the ICD-9-CM (International Classification of Disease, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification). Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 150 KB]

Description: Table XXXVII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by primary diagnosis at time of interview based on the ICD-9-CM (International Classification of Disease, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification). Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 150 KB]

Description: Table XXXVIII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by primary diagnosis based on the ICD-9-CM (International Classification of Disease, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification). Nursing home residents are tabulated by length of time since admission (in days), and mean and median length of time since admission (in days). [PDF - 150 KB]

Description: Table XXXIX provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by number of medications taken. Medications include only those medicines taken the day before the interview. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin). [PDF - 150 KB]

Description: Table XL provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by pneumococcal vaccination. Nursing home residents are tabulated by demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 150 KB]

Description: Table XLI provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by influenza vaccination. Nursing home residents are tabulated according to demographics (age at interview, sex, and race). [PDF - 150 KB]

 

Hospital Utilization

Description: Table XLII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by hospitalization in the past 90 days. Nursing home residents are tabulated according to demographics (age at time of interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin). [PDF - 58 KB]

Description: Table XLIII provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by hospitalization in the past 90 days. Nursing home residents are tabulated according to facility characteristics (type of ownership, certification status, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 58 KB]

Description: Table XLIV provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by emergency department visits in the past 90 days. Nursing home residents are tabulated according to demographics (age at time of interview, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin). [PDF - 58 KB]

Description: Table XLV provides the standard errors of nursing home residents by emergency department visits in the past 90 days. Nursing home residents are tabulated according to facility characteristics (type of ownership, certification status, beds, geographic region, location, and affiliation). [PDF - 58 KB]

 

 

 

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