Prevalence, Correlates, and Time Trends of Multiple Chronic Conditions Among Israeli Adults: Estimates From the Israeli National Health Interview Survey, 2014–2015
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 14 — August 10, 2017
Age-adjusted prevalence of chronic conditions in the A) Jewish population and B) Arab population in Israel, by number of chronic conditions, Israeli National Health Interview Survey, 2003–2004, 2007–2010, and 2014–2015. P for trend was <.05 for all chronic conditions and for multiple chronic conditions (MCC). MCC was defined as 2 or more chronic conditions.
|Survey Year||None, %||1 Condition, %||2 or 3 Conditions, %||≥4 Conditions, %||MCC (≥2 Conditions), %|
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