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“…65 In Mississippi, one of the most economically and educationally disadvantaged US states, CVD mortality has risen among African Americans over the past two decades while among whites there has been a decline. 66 Similar patterns are also observed in the Northeast and the Midwest. 67 …”
Section: Geographical Variationssupporting
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“…65 In Mississippi, one of the most economically and educationally disadvantaged US states, CVD mortality has risen among African Americans over the past two decades while among whites there has been a decline. 66 Similar patterns are also observed in the Northeast and the Midwest. 67 …”
Section: Geographical Variationssupporting
“…Such systems are particularly important in identifying emerging trends, such as the rise in prevalence of obesity, diabetes mellitus, and chronic (congestive) heart failure 3,24 ; the plateauing of the decline in stroke mortality 25 ; regional and subgroup differences in the decline in myocardial infarction incidence 26 ; or the rise in hospitalizations for atrial fibrillation. 27 Comparison of trends across subgroups also helps to identify groups at particularly increased risk 28 or that fail to benefit from overall improvements in prevention and treatment. 29,30 Reliable surveillance data are essential for identifying public health priorities, tracking the progress of preventive efforts, and intensifying efforts in areas of special need.…”
Section: Role Of Surveillance In Efforts To Prevent and Manage Heart mentioning
“…2 The disparities in cardiovascular outcome are large and significant, and the disparities in outcome have worsened in the last 2 decades. 3 Appropriately, much attention is being given to understanding these differences.…”
Section: Article P 2780mentioning
“…The science is complex. 3 The challenges to understanding the science of racial differences and disparities in cardiovascular disease are substantial. Race and ethnicity are difficult to define and classify.…”
Section: Article P 2780mentioning