Asthma ED Visits, All Ages, 2012

Number of ED Visits Due to Asthma (N) and Age-Adjusted Rate (per 10,000 Residents), California Counties, All Ages, 2012

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COUNTYNRate
Imperial 1,422 77.9
Merced 2,211 82.5
Tehama 326 55.0
Madera 1,134 72.7
Alameda 9,917 65.2
Tuolumne 267 57.5
Contra Costa 7,940 76.0
Shasta 929 55.8
Kings 1,443 94.8
Fresno 7,190 72.6
Humboldt 990 75.5
Mendocino 494 60.4
Lake 437 73.5
San Joaquin 4,305 61.2
Nevada 399 47.5
Calaveras 173 43.5
Solano 3,295 81.3
Inyo 82 48.4
Sacramento 9,449 65.8
San Bernardino 13,307 63.3
Del Norte 140 49.8
Yuba 284 39.1
Plumas 76 46.4
Butte 950 45.7
Tulare 2,330 49.4
Stanislaus 2,918 55.9
Trinity 65 63.3
San Benito 241 42.8
Modoc 48 60.0
Colusa 81 37.3
Los Angeles 49,574 51.3
CALIFORNIA OVERALL 185,831 49.8
Mariposa 61 40.6
Monterey 1,990 46.3
Kern 5,255 58.8
Amador 264 83.5
Riverside 9,856 43.7
Sonoma 1,949 41.8
Siskiyou 159 41.1
San Luis Obispo 861 36.6
San Francisco 3,236 43.5
Santa Cruz 934 37.7
San Diego 11,792 38.6
Sutter 256 27.3
San Mateo 2,781 38.2
Lassen 102 32.2
El Dorado 570 34.5
Ventura 2,793 34.3
Napa 565 41.4
Yolo 797 41.9
Glenn 106 37.4
Santa Clara 5,689 31.5
Orange 9,946 33.3
Placer 1,107 31.4
Marin 713 28.9
Santa Barbara 1,520 36.6
Mono 24 18.6
Sierra 5  
Alpine <5  

Data Source: Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD), 2012

*An asthma emergency department (ED) visit is an admission to a licensed ED in California with the primary diagnosis of asthma. The rate of asthma ED visits is the number of ED visits per 10,000 residents, age-adjusted to the 2000 U.S. population. Population denominators for rates are from the California Department of Finance. Rates based on numbers <12 are not reported.