Interactive United States Diabetes Surveillance System

Interactive United States Diabetes Surveillance System


>>The CDCs interactive United
States Diabetes Surveillance System provides diabetes
data and trends at national and state levels to document the
public health burden of diabetes and its complications. To better understand this data
system, click on the banner. Click on the green geography
button to get started. You’ll see two options. Let’s say you’re interested
in national prevalence or percentage of people
with diabetes in the U.S. after clicking national you will
see a line chart indicating the percentage of adults with
diagnosed diabetes each year. On the right the same
information is presented in a table. These data are presented the
same way whether you click on the tab for age, gender,
race ethnicity or education. Now let’s look at
specific states. Let’s say you’re
interested in Michigan. Scroll down click on Michigan
and then click on the age tab. We can now see the trend
overtime in the percentage of adults with diabetes
in Michigan by age group. Let’s look at the
different trends by gender. Here we are able to compare
males and females to each other. If you are more interested
in numbers than percentages under data filters change
the data type filter. For example, in 1998 over
286,000 adult females in Michigan had diagnosed
diabetes. We can continue to
examine this state and others in the same way. But let’s take a look at data
and trends for all states. Under geography click
on all states. Let’s look at the preventive
care practices indicator daily self-monitoring of
blood glucose. On the left the map
shows the data for states using the
percentages highlighted here for each color shade. If you press the play button under the map you can see how
this trend changed overtime. You can also view the data in
a bar chart and in a table. On the right is a heat map that
shows the percentage of people with diabetes who test their
blood glucose levels daily. In all states and across years. You can also view the
data in a line chart. To print or download the data
click on the download icon. Then click the file
format you want. PowerPoint or Excel. Noted here as a csb file. You can continue to look at
the national and state data and trends that interest you
and download them accordingly. For information about
the data source and methods used
click read more. If you have questions about
the interactive United States Diabetes Surveillance System
please click the contact us button at the top of the page. For diabetes data
at your fingertips visit CDC.gov/diabetes/data.

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