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Table 2 Demographic and clinical characteristics of U.S. adults aged 21 years or older by condition categories, years 2011-2013

From: Non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease is associated with high total and out-of-pocket healthcare expenditures

  Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)a Cancerb Stroke No CKD, cancer or strokec
Study sample, n = 74,267 52 870 1104 72,241
Study population estimate over 3 year period, N = 940,337,592 607,506 9,206,890 10,520,699 650,226,082
Age (years) 65.5 66.1 68.2 47.8
Race
 Non-Hispanic White (%) 79.7 79.0 73.0 66.4
 Non-Hispanic Black (%) 11.6 10.0 15.2 11.2
 Hispanic (%) 7.4 8.0 7.8 14.8
 Other (%) 1.3 3.0 4.0 7.6
Male (%) 48.7 15.8 49.1 48.5
BMI [kg/m (squared)] 28.3 26.7 26.9 27.1
Poverty Statusd
 Poor (%) 9.3 10.9 19.5 12.1
 Near Poor (%) 2.6 7.0 7.3 4.4
 Low Income (%) 17.2 15.4 19.0 13.6
 Middle Income (%) 32.8 30.6 30.4 30.3
 High Income (%) 38.1 36.1 23.8 39.7
Health Insurance     
 Public (%) 26.8 32.9 46.5 17.0
 Private (%) 65.2 65.1 50.3 67.7
 None (%) 8.1 2.0 3.2 15.4
Perceived Physical Health
 Excellent (%) 6.0 13.0 4.2 24.7
 Very Good (%) 12.8 26.7 20.8 34.1
 Good (%) 33.0 29.0 29.3 28.3
 Fair (%) 35.3 16.8 25.6 9.6
 Poor (%) 10.3 11.7 17.6 2.9
  1. aExcludes dialysis patients
  2. bIncludes breast, colon & lung cancers
  3. cExcludes CKD, cancer and/or stroke. The condition categories are mutually exclusive
  4. dBased on the ratio of family income to family size and composition: poor = less than 100% to the poverty line, near poor =100%-125% of the poverty line, low income =125%-less than 200% of the poverty line, middle income =200%- less than 400% of the poverty line, and high income = ≥ 400% of the poverty line