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Volume 19, Number 10—October 2013

Research

Coccidioidomycosis-associated Hospitalizations, California, USA, 2000–2011

Gail SondermeyerComments to Author , Lauren Lee, Debra Gilliss, Farzaneh Tabnak, and Duc Vugia
Author affiliations: California Department of Public Health, Richmond, CA, USA

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Table 3

Coccidioidomycosis-associated initial hospitalizations by patient demographic characteristics, California, 2000–2011

Characteristic No. (%), 2000–2011, N = 15,747 No. (rate/100,000 population)
2000, n = 798 (2.3) 2011, n = 1,851 (5.0)
Sex
F 4,870 (30.9) 256 (1.5) 607 (3.2)
M 10,876 (69.1) 542 (3.2) 1,244 (6.7)
Age, y
0–9 287 (1.8) 8 (0.2) 38 (0.8)
10–19 680 (4.3) 25 (0.5) 91 (1.7)
20–29 1,630 (10.4) 64 (1.3) 210 (3.7)
30–39 2,476 (15.7) 147 (2.7) 280 (5.4)
40–49 3,312 (21.0) 162 (3.2) 361 (7.0)
50–59 3,190 (20.3) 181 (5.2) 399 (8.3)
60–69 2,032 (12.9) 99 (4.7) 235 (7.2)
70–79 1,375 (8.7) 78 (4.6) 150 (8.5)
>80 765 (4.9) 34 (3.7) 87 (7.2)
Race/ethnicity
White 6,612 (42.7) 381 (2.4) 697 (4.8)
African American 1,886 (12.2) 106 (4.8) 190 (8.9)
Hispanic 5,469 (35.3) 233 (2.1) 747 (5.2)
Native American/Alaska Native 66 (0.4) 3 (1.7) 10 (6.5)
Asian/Pacific Islander 1,033 (6.7) 52 (1.3) 104 (2.0)
Other 425 (2.7) 12 (1.9) 66 (7.2)

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