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Table 34. Tuberculosis Cases and Percentages by Excess Alcohol Use,1 Age ≥ 15: Reporting Areas, 2009

Reporting Area Total
Cases
Cases with Information on
Excess Alcohol Use
Cases Reporting
Excess Alcohol Use
No. (%) No. (%)

United States

10,893

10,609

(97.4)

1,382

(13.0)

Alabama

159

157

(98.7)

33

(21.0)

Alaska

35

35

(100.0)

2

(5.7)

Arizona

216

186

(86.1)

16

(8.6)

Arkansas

73

72

(98.6)

13

(18.1)

California

2,347

2,290

(97.6)

195

(8.5)

Colorado

74

74

(100.0)

8

(10.8)

Connecticut

91

91

(100.0)

4

(4.4)

Delaware

18

17

(94.4)

2

(11.8)

District of Columbia

40

40

(100.0)

1

(2.5)

Florida

793

779

(98.2)

156

(20.0)

Georgia

391

381

(97.4)

65

(17.1)

Hawaii

115

80

(69.6)

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Idaho

15

15

(100.0)

1

(6.7)

Illinois

402

379

(94.3)

55

(14.5)

Indiana

112

111

(99.1)

29

(26.1)

Iowa

40

40

(100.0)

5

(12.5)

Kansas

59

58

(98.3)

9

(15.5)

Kentucky

75

73

(97.3)

12

(16.4)

Louisiana

186

184

(98.9)

42

(22.8)

Maine

7

7

(100.0)

3

(42.9)

Maryland

206

195

(94.7)

14

(7.2)

Massachusetts

231

228

(98.7)

18

(7.9)

Michigan

141

132

(93.6)

23

(17.4)

Minnesota

142

142

(100.0)

7

(4.9)

Mississippi

116

116

(100.0)

11

(9.5)

Missouri

74

74

(100.0)

2

(2.7)

Montana

7

7

(100.0)

2

(28.6)

Nebraska

29

27

(93.1)

1

(3.7)

Nevada

90

86

(95.6)

11

(12.8)

New Hampshire

16

16

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

New Jersey

391

391

(100.0)

23

(5.9)

New Mexico

48

47

(97.9)

5

(10.6)

New York State2

223

203

(91.0)

23

(11.3)

New York City

734

719

(98.0)

89

(12.4)

North Carolina

233

233

(100.0)

42

(18.0)

North Dakota

5

5

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Ohio

173

167

(96.5)

16

(9.6)

Oklahoma

85

76

(89.4)

14

(18.4)

Oregon

88

88

(100.0)

12

(13.6)

Pennsylvania

225

222

(98.7)

25

(11.3)

Rhode Island

23

23

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

South Carolina

147

146

(99.3)

31

(21.2)

South Dakota

18

18

(100.0)

5

(27.8)

Tennessee

191

189

(99.0)

36

(19.0)

Texas

1,395

1,392

(99.8)

263

(18.9)

Utah

33

33

(100.0)

2

(6.1)

Vermont

6

6

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Virginia

250

249

(99.6)

22

(8.8)

Washington

239

225

(94.1)

17

(7.6)

West Virginia

18

18

(100.0)

2

(11.1)

Wisconsin

66

65

(98.5)

9

(13.8)

Wyoming

2

2

(100.0)

1

(50.0)

American Samoa3

4

4

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Fed. States of Micronesia3

86

81

(94.2)

0

(0.0)

Guam3

74

74

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Marshall Islands3

113

109

(96.5)

16

(14.7)

N. Mariana Islands3

32

32

(100.0)

4

(12.5)

Puerto Rico3

61

61

(100.0)

8

(13.1)

Republic of Palau3

18

17

(94.4)

2

(11.8)

U.S. Virgin Islands3

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1Excess alcohol use within past 12 months of TB diagnosis. Percentage based on 52 reporting areas (50 states, New York City, and the District of Columbia). Counts and percentages shown only for reporting areas with information reported for ≥75% of cases.

2Excludes New York City.

3Not included in U.S. totals.

Note: Ellipses indicate data not available.

 

 
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