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ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Association Between Prevalence of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Health-Related Quality of Life, South Carolina, 2011

Respondent CharacteristicsPrevalence Rate (SE)95% CI
18–24 y Female4.4 (1.6)1.2–7.6
Male2.1 (0.9)1.3–3.9
25–44 y Female5.5 (0.8)4.0–7.1
Male2.1 (0.4)1.2–2.9
45–64 y Female12.6 (0.9)10.7–14.4
Male7.1 (0.7)5.6–8.6
≥65 y Female13.6 (1.0)11.6–15.5
Male12.4 (1.1)10.1–14.6


Figure 1. Prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) by age group and sex, South Carolina, 2011.

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Health StatusPrevalence Rate (SE)95% CI
Poor general healthCOPD52.0 (3.4)45.3–58.7
No COPD44.8 (4.6)35.8–53.8
≥14 Physically unhealthy daysCOPD62.7 (4.5)53.9–71.5
No COPD51.1 (6.7)38.0–64.23
≥14 Mentally unhealthy daysCOPD62.6 (4.9)53.0–72.2
No COPD59.0 (6.7)45.9–72.1
≥14 Impaired activity daysCOPD69.2 (5.0)59.7–79.3
No COPD55.2 (7.9)39.7–70.7


Figure 2. Age- and sex-adjusted prevalence of health-related quality of life by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) status, South Carolina, 2011.

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