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Rates of TBI-related Hospitalizations by Sex — United States, 2001–2010

For each year, 2001–2010, men have had higher rates of TBI-related hospitalizations compared to women.  For men, while the rate of TBI-related hospitalizations fluctuated between these years, the rates in 2010 (106.3 per 100,000) remains virtually unchanged from the rate in 2001 (104.0 per 100,000).  In contrast, rates of TBI-related hospitalizations in women increased by 20%, from 62.1 per 100,000 in 2001 to 77.6 per 100,000 in 2010.

The data in this graph is contained in the table below.

Men Women
2001 104.0 62.1
2002 107.3 64.7
2003 121.9 68.2
2004 123.0 72.9
2005 113.7 72.6
2006 124.3 73.8
2007 115.5 68.6
2008 123.1 68.6
2009 105.9 90.4
2010 106.3 77.6
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