Asthma ED Visits, Children, 2014

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Number of ED Visits Due to Asthma (N) and Age-Adjusted Rate (per 10,000 Residents), California Counties, Children Age 0-17, 2014

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COUNTYNRate
Imperial 771 149.6
Madera 602 138.8
Fresno 4,368 154.5
Alameda 3,590 101.8
Kings 587 138.8
Merced 1,048 132.6
Tehama 113 75.7
Contra Costa 2,371 96.1
San Bernardino 5,171 90.4
Inyo 34 94.3
Colusa 39 63.7
Calaveras 66 87.3
Tuolumne 68 76.2
Shasta 312 81.3
Solano 1,095 113.9
Los Angeles 20,767 89.7
Mendocino 141 74.9
Nevada 66 39.1
Tulare 1,126 77.2
CALIFORNIA OVERALL 73,881 80.7
Lake 114 89.3
Monterey 931 81.0
Santa Cruz 375 67.0
Sacramento 3,239 89.7
Riverside 3,947 65.6
Humboldt 161 62.1
San Joaquin 1,781 90.9
Kern 2,549 98.7
Del Norte 46 81.4
San Benito 117 77.0
San Diego 4,571 61.8
Stanislaus 1,359 94.4
Ventura 1,250 61.6
Lassen 37 65.4
San Luis Obispo 271 54.7
Siskiyou 46 53.0
Sonoma 572 55.2
Yuba 85 40.6
Orange 4,044 56.7
San Mateo 867 51.9
San Francisco 860 68.3
Santa Barbara 673 68.8
El Dorado 201 54.0
Yolo 268 61.5
Butte 298 66.3
Santa Clara 1,853 41.5
Placer 330 40.3
Sutter 125 49.3
Amador 46 81.1
Marin 219 43.4
Napa 196 64.5
Glenn 41 53.5
Mariposa 9  
Plumas 23 70.6
Trinity 8  
Mono 11  
Alpine 0  
Modoc 15 74.9
Sierra <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.