Asthma ED Visits, All Ages, 2010

Number of ED Visits Due to Asthma (N) and Age-Adjusted Rate (per 10,000 Residents), California Counties, All Ages, 2010

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COUNTYNRate
Imperial 1,680 91.0
Merced 2,199 77.4
Tehama 418 68.1
Madera 1,191 75.5
Alameda 9,791 63.3
Tuolumne 219 42.7
Contra Costa 7,528 72.3
Shasta 1,074 61.6
Kings 1,240 73.0
Fresno 7,153 69.5
Humboldt 802 61.0
Mendocino 626 72.3
Lake 409 72.0
San Joaquin 4,343 57.7
Nevada 442 52.7
Calaveras 200 51.9
Solano 3,313 76.2
Inyo 84 47.1
Sacramento 9,181 63.7
San Bernardino 12,241 54.9
Del Norte 152 52.6
Yuba 322 40.7
Plumas 70 35.8
Butte 1,165 54.0
Tulare 2,463 50.8
Stanislaus 2,822 49.9
Trinity 59 38.9
San Benito 296 46.8
Modoc 43 44.6
Colusa 82 33.8
Los Angeles 46,947 45.0
CALIFORNIA OVERALL 179,972 46.1
Mariposa 66 37.0
Monterey 1,986 44.3
Kern 4,388 48.4
Amador 167 45.0
Riverside 9,592 42.2
Sonoma 2,281 47.6
Siskiyou 148 35.5
San Luis Obispo 842 35.1
San Francisco 3,389 45.6
Santa Cruz 878 34.5
San Diego 11,182 35.2
Sutter 317 30.6
San Mateo 2,820 39.1
Lassen 112 31.4
El Dorado 533 31.4
Ventura 2,894 34.2
Napa 615 43.8
Yolo 784 39.4
Glenn 126 40.0
Santa Clara 5,783 32.2
Orange 9,095 28.6
Placer 1,149 34.9
Marin 769 31.6
Santa Barbara 1,375 32.2
Mono 24 18.0
Sierra 12 37.7
Alpine <5 --

Data Source: Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD), 2010

*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.