After you left the hospital following your (heart attack or stroke)did you go to any kind of outpatient rehabilitation?
Kentucky BRFSS 2003


Geographic
Groups

Total
Respond.#
Yes
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
No
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 643 157  26.4  (22.0-31.4) 486  73.6  (68.6-78.0)    
       ADDs          
Barren River  35   7  23.3  (10.7-43.5)  28  76.7  (56.5-89.3)    
Big Sandy  52  12  25.8  (14.2-42.3)  40  74.2  (57.7-85.8)    
Bluegrass  39  10  22.5  (11.8-38.6)  29  77.5  (61.4-88.2)    
Buffalo Trace  40   7  12.6  ( 5.3-27.3)  33  87.4  (72.7-94.7)    
Cumberland Valley  41   7  17.1  ( 7.5-34.3)  34  82.9  (65.7-92.5)    
FIVCO  51  10  22.0  (10.7-39.9)  41  78.0  (60.1-89.3)    
Gateway  40   9  18.1  ( 8.4-34.7)  31  81.9  (65.3-91.6)    
Green River  38  10  31.3  (17.2-49.9)  28  68.7  (50.1-82.8)    
Kentucky River  43   8  16.6  ( 7.5-33.0)  35  83.4  (67.0-92.5)    
KIPDA  34  16  43.8  (27.3-61.8)  18  56.2  (38.2-72.7)    
Lake Cumberland  52  15  27.8  (16.6-42.7)  37  72.2  (57.3-83.4)    
Lincoln Trail  32   4  15.7  ( 4.4-42.8)  28  84.3  (57.2-95.6)    
Northern Kentucky  49  12  21.3  (11.6-35.8)  37  78.7  (64.2-88.4)    
Pennyrile  45  11  19.2  ( 9.9-33.9)  34  80.8  (66.1-90.1)    
Purchase  52  19  43.2  (28.9-58.7)  33  56.8  (41.3-71.1)    

This question was asked to those persons who had either a heart attack or stroke. For persons with both
conditions the question was asked in reference to the heart attack.
# The CDC strongly urges all data users to follow the general rule of not reporting or interpreting percentages
based upon a denominator with fewer than 50 unweighted respondents or confidence intervals with a half-width
of > 10.
N = Cell Size, NH = Non-Hispanic, % = Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability
level).
Percentages are weighted to population characteristics.
Unless stated differently above, Missing, 'Don't know', and Refused responses are excluded.