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NON-NOTIFIABLE CONDITIONS

Cases of acute conditions optionally reported by certain states, 1980

Infectious
Histo
Meningitis

Streptococcal
Reye

Toxo(Bacterial & plasmosis mono

sore throat &
nucleosis unspecified

syndrome'
scarlet fever

plasmosis

Area

Giardiasis

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370,007

(41) 59,107 4,717

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548 (45) 40 3 1 3 25 4 4

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14,265

(37) 3,133 NN

15 100 NN

47 2.971 4,706 4,706

No. Cases Reported No. States Reporting New England Maine N. H. Vt. Mass R.I. Conn. Mid. Atlantic N. Y. (excl. NYC) N. Y.C. N. J. Pa. E, N. Central Ohio Ind.

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NA 369 863

36 NA 783

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5,841

(46) 251 29 37

7 NN 66 112 850 333 178 NA 339 1,023 282 NA 507 157

77 535 111 128 128 NN 38 69

61 1,390

22 216

1 248 29

195 113

3 15 59 5

44

NN 12,603

9,815 31,972 1,760

14 1,746

NA

NN 60,790 2,737

NA 18,265 24,808 14,980 46,081

NN

139 13,793 4,463 2,707 17,188

7,791 63,309

1,963 13,847

2

64 16,874

1,538

980

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Mich. Wis. W. N. Central Minn. lowa Mo. N. Dak. S. Dak. Nebr. Kans. S. Atlantic Del. Md. D. C. Va. W. Va. N. C. S. C. Ga. Fla. E. S. Central Ку. Tenn. Ala. Miss. W. S. Central Ark. La. Okla. Texas Mountain Mont. Idaho Wyo. Colo. N. Mex. Ariz. Utah Nev. Pacific Wash Oreg. Calif. Alaska Hawaii

1,055 489

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1.392 25,392 12,315 5,149

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2,020
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2 16 2 6 5 1 29 1 1 27 NA NA

528

47 NA 136 345 405 20 38 11 103 59 64 80 30 338 177 112 151 49 49

32,113 83,855

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Source: Viral Diseases Division, Center for Infectious Diseases. Total includes 2 unknown. ? Includes New York City. Includes scarlet fever only.

NON-NOTIFIABLE CONDITIONS

NON-NOTIFIABLE CONDITIONS – Cases of acute conditions optionally reported by

certain states, 1980 Continued

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Conditions included in this table are not officially notifiable to the Centers for Disease Control but are reported optionally by some states. These data should be uged with great caution and should in no way be considered a representative national sample. We have not included a summary of every optionally reported condition because of the limitations of space and infrequency of reports. Unpublished data will be made available to individuals on specific request.

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NON-NOTIFIABLE CONDITIONS Deaths from selected acute conditions, United States, 1970–1979 (Numbers after cause of death are category numbers of the Ninth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases, 1975) Cause of Death

ICD 1978

1973 1972**

•Provisional data.

Based on 50% sample of death records.
Source: National Center for Health Statistics, Vital Statistics of the United States, Vol. II, for 1970-1978; Monthly Vital Statistics Report, Provisional Statistics, Annual Summary for the United

States, for 1979.
Deaths are classified according to the Eighth Revision for 1970-1978 and according to the Ninth Revision for 1979.

NON-NOTIFIABLE CONDITIONS

Death rates for the 5 leading causes of death: United States, 1969, 1978, and 1979

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Provisional data. 2 In 1978 and 1969, pneumonia and influenza ranked as the 5th leading cause of death. The data

listed for these two years are rates and percentages for pneumonia and influenza. Source: National Center for Health Statistics, Vital Statistics of the United States, Vol. 11, for

1969 and 1978; Monthly Vital Statistics Report, Provisional Statistics, Annual Summary for the United States, for 1979.

ABORTION

Reported number of legal abortions by state of occurrence and

provisional abortion ratios, 1979

State

Abortions

Ratio

Ala.
Alaska
Ariz.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Conn.
Del.
D.C.
Fla.
Ga.
Hawaii
Idaho
In.
Ind.
lowa
Kans.
Ку. .
La.
Maine
Md.
Mass.
Mich.
Minn.
Miss.
Mo.
Mont.
Nebr.
Nev.
N.H.
N.J.
N. Mex.
N.Y.

(City)

(Excl. NYC)
N.C.
N. Dak.
Ohio
Okla.
Oreg.

15,300
2,600*
7,811

6,059
187,312
16,476
14,214

3,636 28,694 56,152 36,588 6,125

2,446 68,187% 14,658

5,247 12,335 11,340 13,512

3,963 25,526 44,044 44,542' 18,672

4,411 17,2899

3,447 4,608% 6,374

3,116
24,714

5,193
154,183
(103,814)
(50,369)
29,479

2,150
41,851
10,710
14,501%
64,147

5,3899 10,976%

1,398 23,400 76,996

3,697

2,925 31,4145 29,710

2,954' 17,7646

752

252
292
171
173
515
345
385
399
(*)
465
409
351
124
376
168
111
332
188
170
252
510
602
313
288

96
220
250
177
539
243
269
203
665
(976)
(402)
349
168
255
227
337
407
440
220
111
324
290

Pa.

87

R.I.
S.C.
S. Dak.
Tenn.
Texas
Utah
Vt.
Va.
Wash.
W. Va.
Wis.
Wyo.

395 426 539

98 244 84

Total

1,238,987

358

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1979 abortion data from central health agencies unless otherwise noted. 2 Abortions per 1,000 live births (provisional live birth data from National Center for Health Statistics, Monthly Vital Statistics Report, Vol. 29, No. 12, March 18, 1981).

Roported from hospitals and/or facilities in state. 4

1978 abortion data from the Alan Guttmacher Institute.
Data from Vital Statistics Division, National Center for Health Statistics.

1978 abortion data from central health agency.
*Greater than 1,000 abortions per 1,000 live births.

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In 1979, the 50 states and District of Columbia reported a provisional total of 1,238,987 abortions to CDC, a 7% increase over 1978. The national abortion ratio increased by 3%, from 347 to 358 per 1,000 live births, or more than 1 abortion for every 3 live births.

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