Vital and Health Statistics: Data from the National Health Survey, Issues 185-187
U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, Health Resources Administration, National Center for Health Statistics, 1993 - Health surveys
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100 currently employed 100 persons acute conditions age and rate Asthma based on household Bed-disability days Chronic bronchitis civilian noninstitutionalized population conditions per 100 consolidated metropolitan statistical contacts per person currently employed persons Data are based days per 100 dental sealants Disability days distribution of population employed persons 18-64 estimates are given given in appendix Hay fever hearing impairments Hemorrhoids High blood pressure hospital episode household interviews injury large metropolitan statistical Less than 12 limited in activity mammogram metropolitan statistical area MSA is metropolitan MSA’s NHIS Non-Hispanic Number and percent Observed Expected ratio Percent of persons Percent with hospital persons 18 Physician contacts poor respondent-assessed health population by age primary metropolitan statistical PSU’s Race White radon rate of selected Restricted-activity days School-loss days selected characteristics selected chronic conditions selected health characteristics smoke detector smoking standard error survey design Table terms are given United Work-loss days