U.S. female inpatients with select opioid diagnoses in 2016, by ethnicity

This statistic depicts the distribution of opioid-related inpatient hospital stays among U.S. women with select diagnoses in 2016, by ethnicity. Among those women that identified as black with opioid-related inpatient stays, 71.7 percent were diagnosed with opioid abuse/dependence.

Distribution of opioid-related inpatient hospital stays among U.S. women with select diagnoses in 2016, by ethnicity

Opioid abuse/dependenceOpioid adverse eventOpioid poisoning/self-harm
Black71.7%22.4%5.9%
Hispanic69.8%23.8%6.3%
White71.1%21.5%7.4%
Other65.9%27.9%6.1%
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Source

Release date

January 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

2016

Supplementary notes

Some discharges included more than one opioid diagnosis type. For this figure, discharges were categorized into only one opioid diagnosis type category using the following hierarchy: abuse/dependence, adverse effect, and poisoning/self-harm.

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