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From 2001 to 2016, asthma visit rates to physician offices declined from 40.2 (per 1,000) to 30.7 visits.
- New Release: Characteristics of Asthma Visits to Physician Offices in the United States: 2012-2015 National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (September 20, 2019)pdf icon
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|Topic||Most Recent Final||Most Recent Preliminary/Provisional|
|Mortality/Deaths||2017pdf icon||Quarterly Provisional Estimates for Selected Indicators of Mortality, 2017–Quarter 4, 2018|
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|Leading Causes of Death||2017pdf icon||Quarterly Provisional Estimates for Selected Indicators of Mortality, 2017–Quarter 4, 2018|
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|Opioid Deaths||2017pdf icon||1-yr Period Ending Feb. 2019|
|Health Insurance||2018pdf icon|
NCHS Report on Asthma-related Visits to Doctors Offices