A Prostate-Specific Antigen test, also called a PSA test, is a blood test used to check men for prostate
cancer. Have you ever had a PSA test?*
Kentucky BRFSS 2002


Geographic
Groups

Total
Respond.#
Yes
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
No
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 1493 849  54.9  (51.2-58.5) 644  45.1  (41.5-48.8)
       ADDs      
Barren River   92  49  47.3  (35.4-59.5)  43  52.7  (40.5-64.6)
Big Sandy   83  41  43.9  (32.8-55.7)  42  56.1  (44.3-67.2)
Bluegrass  105  66  61.0  (49.8-71.2)  39  39.0  (28.8-50.2)
Buffalo Trace   86  48  50.4  (36.9-63.9)  38  49.6  (36.1-63.1)
Cumberland Valley   91  42  47.8  (36.6-59.3)  49  52.2  (40.7-63.4)
FIVCO   92  52  52.8  (40.7-64.5)  40  47.2  (35.5-59.3)
Gateway  111  61  57.1  (45.7-67.8)  50  42.9  (32.2-54.3)
Green River  107  68  61.7  (50.7-71.6)  39  38.3  (28.4-49.3)
Kentucky River  102  56  49.9  (39.0-60.9)  46  50.1  (39.1-61.0)
KIPDA  112  65  56.1  (45.0-66.6)  47  43.9  (33.4-55.0)
Lake Cumberland  102  55  48.7  (37.0-60.7)  47  51.3  (39.3-63.0)
Lincoln Trail  102  62  61.1  (50.5-70.7)  40  38.9  (29.3-49.5)
Northern Kentucky  106  56  46.8  (35.9-58.0)  50  53.2  (42.0-64.1)
Pennyrile   92  55  59.6  (48.1-70.1)  37  40.4  (29.9-51.9)
Purchase  110  73  64.2  (53.5-73.7)  37  35.8  (26.3-46.5)

*Asked only to males age 40 and older
#Use caution in interpreting data for total respondents less than 50. 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.