miércoles, 4 de abril de 2012

Diabetes Data and Trends - CDC

Diabetes Data and Trends - CDC

New Data Can Help Pave the Way to Reduce Burden
CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation is pleased to announce the upcoming release of 2009 county-level estimates of diagnosed diabetes, obesity, and leisure-time physical inactivity in the United States. These data will be available on the Diabetes Data and Trends Web site http://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/statistics/ on April 3, 2012, and add to the 2004–2008 county-level estimates already available on the Web site.
Also, for the first time, estimates of diagnosed diabetes will be available for the Puerto Rico municipios (county equivalents).
  • These data are important to help address the burden of diabetes and selected risk factors.
  • The county-level estimates help identify counties with high estimated numbers and percentages of people diagnosed with diabetes or at high-risk of diabetes.
  • County-level estimates diabetes and selected risk factors can be used to maximize use of existing resources for diabetes management and prevention efforts, including health policy.
  • Combined with other resources, these data can assist in the allocation of funds to help areas hardest hit with diabetes or at high-risk of diabetes. This focused attention may help reduce rates of complications caused by diabetes and obesity, such as heart disease, stroke, and some cancers, as well as specific complications of diabetes such as kidney disease, blindness, and lower-limb amputations.
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Diabetes Data & Trends

Diabetes Data and Trends, which includes the National Diabetes Fact Sheet and the National Diabetes Surveillance System, provides resources documenting the public health burden of diabetes and its complications in the United States. The surveillance system also includes county-level estimates of diagnosed diabetes and selected risk factors for all U.S. counties to help target and optimize the resources for diabetes control and prevention.
County-Level Estimates
Diagnosed Diabetes      National Maps |  State Maps
Obesity National Maps |  State Maps
Physical Inactivity National Maps |  State Maps
Facts about County-Level Estimates of Diagnosed Diabetes and Obesity, 2007
Facts about County-Level Estimates of Leisure-Time Physical Inactivity, 2008
National Diabetes Fact Sheet
2011 National Diabetes Fact Sheet - View the latest statistics and figures of diabetes in the United States

National Surveillance Data
Monitor trends over time of diabetes and its complications

Diagnosed Diabetes Hospitalization
Incidence and Age at Diagnosis Preventive Care Practices (eye and foot exams, vaccinations, etc.)
Duration of Diabetes Risk Factors for Complications (blood pressure and A1c levels, obesity, smoking, etc.)
Treating Diabetes (insulin and oral medication use) Health Status and Disability
Diabetes Complications
(heart disease, kidney failure, amputations, etc.)

State Surveillance Data including County Maps
Monitor state-specific trends over time of diabetes.

Map of United States
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PowerPoint slides on diabetes
View or download diabetes maps and graphs

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