Other and unspecified drugs - Hospital discharges
Detail by Age Group, Gender and Metro Level

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All quarters

Quarter Hospital
discharges
13-Q2 711
13-Q3 743
13-Q4 640
14-Q1 684
14-Q2 730
14-Q3 777
14-Q4 727
15-Q1 707
15-Q2 832
15-Q3 837
15-Q4 888
16-Q1 796
16-Q2 859
16-Q3 803
16-Q4 747
17-Q1 875

The SGPlot Procedure

Current quarter

Age group Hospital discharges
0-17 85
18-44 410
45-64 252
65+ 128

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Current quarter

Gender Hospital discharges
Female 502
Male 373

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Current quarter

Metro level Hospital discharges
Non-metropolitan 380
Metropolitan 495

Notes for all figures:

Circles with connecting lines represent the actual numbers of disharges each quarter. The heavier, solid lines represents an estimated trend line for the mean number of discharges each quarter.The shaded bands represents the degree of uncertainty about the shape of the corresponding estimated trend line. The wider the band, the greater the uncertainty about the true trend line.

*Vertical dashed lines indicates the last quarter for which patient records were coded to ICD-9-CM.The United States transitioned to ICD-10-CM on October 1, 2015. This should be considered as a possible contributor to any trend changes observed immediately following the transition to ICD-10-CM. Note: ICD-10-CM indicator definitions are preliminary and subject to change.

Produced by the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, a bona fide agent of the Kentucky Department for Public Health (August 15, 2017). Data Source: Kentucky Inpatient Hospitalization Claims Files, Frankfort, KY. Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Office of Health Policy. Data are provisional and are subject to change.