Total Enteric Diseases


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Total Enteric Diseases, Single Year Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
CountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
2014 151 250,697 60.2* 9.6 13,950 19,548,031 71.4 1.2
2013 129 247,989 52.0 9.0 11,013 19,318,859 57.0 1.1
2012 161 248,070 64.9 10.0 12,001 19,042,458 63.0 1.1
2011 154 247,403 62.2 9.8 12,568 18,934,175 66.4 1.2
2010 152 247,669 61.4 9.8 11,600 18,820,280 61.6 1.1
2009 171 246,489 69.4 10.4 11,144 18,711,844 59.6 1.1
2008 147 244,664 60.1 9.7 9,478 18,636,837 50.9 1.0
2007 151 242,215 62.3 9.9 10,598 18,500,958 57.3 1.1
2006 178 238,704 74.6* 11.0 9,715 18,237,596 53.3 1.1
2005 168 233,859 71.8* 10.9 9,991 17,876,663 55.9 1.1
2004 125 229,846 54.4 9.5 7,917 17,476,489 45.3 1.0
2003 177 226,976 78.0* 11.5 10,330 17,074,368 60.5 1.2
2002 113 224,556 50.3* 9.3 10,804 16,718,033 64.6 1.2
2001 78 221,643 35.2* 7.8 7,263 16,384,860 44.3 1.0
2000 110 219,239 50.2 9.4 7,966 16,074,896 49.6 1.1
1999 137 213,346 64.2 10.7 8,410 15,679,606 53.6 1.1
1998 152 208,156 73.0* 11.6 9,227 15,309,968 60.3 1.2
1997 102 205,414 49.7 9.6 8,796 15,011,697 58.6 1.2
1996 190 201,317 94.4* 13.4 9,847 14,701,293 67.0 1.3
1995 241 197,503 122.0* 15.4 9,629 14,405,514 66.8 1.3
Total Enteric Diseases, 2014
CountySortCountSortDenomRateSortMOV
(+/-)
Florida 13,950 19,548,030 71.4 1.2
Alachua 151 250,696 60.2* 9.6
Baker 40 27,250 146.8* 45.5
Bay 96 171,760 55.9* 11.2
Bradford 18 27,460 65.5 30.3
Brevard 375 554,278 67.7 6.8
Broward 1,366 1,796,313 76.0* 4.0
Calhoun 4 14,728 27.2
Charlotte 86 164,926 52.1* 11.0
Citrus 138 142,172 97.1* 16.2
Clay 149 197,041 75.6 12.1
Collier 215 340,145 63.2 8.4
Columbia 68 68,146 99.8* 23.7
Miami-Dade 2,035 2,615,409 77.8* 3.4
DeSoto 11 34,439 31.9* 18.9
Dixie 23 16,443 139.9* 57.1
Duval 688 884,813 77.8* 5.8
Escambia 167 302,420 55.2* 8.4
Flagler 54 101,680 53.1* 14.2
Franklin 4 11,623 34.4
Gadsden 25 48,079 52.0 20.4
Gilchrist 16 17,024 94.0 46.0
Glades 4 12,786 31.3
Gulf 15 16,203 92.6 46.8
Hamilton 6 14,535 41.3 33.0
Hardee 21 27,683 75.9 32.4
Hendry 30 37,934 79.1 28.3
Hernando 75 177,314 42.3* 9.6
Highlands 39 100,033 39.0* 12.2
Hillsborough 1,003 1,302,861 77.0* 4.8
Holmes 8 20,083 39.8* 27.6
Indian River 88 141,745 62.1 13.0
Jackson 29 50,336 57.6 21.0
Jefferson 5 14,654 34.1* 29.9
Lafayette 5 8,687 57.6 50.4
Lake 263 311,196 84.5* 10.2
Lee 558 659,800 84.6* 7.0
Leon 223 280,981 79.4 10.4
Levy 28 40,821 68.6 25.4
Liberty 21 8,634 243.2* 103.9
Madison 12 19,514 61.5 34.8
Manatee 255 340,055 75.0 9.2
Marion 217 341,652 63.5 8.4
Martin 112 150,005 74.7 13.8
Monroe 80 73,583 108.7* 23.8
Nassau 62 76,324 81.2 20.2
Okaloosa 161 189,540 84.9* 13.1
Okeechobee 33 39,997 82.5 28.1
Orange 775 1,233,792 62.8* 4.4
Osceola 154 299,456 51.4* 8.1
Palm Beach 1,036 1,362,383 76.0* 4.6
Pasco 360 484,640 74.3 7.7
Pinellas 628 928,733 67.6 5.3
Polk 575 626,232 91.8* 7.5
Putnam 56 72,610 77.1 20.2
St. Johns 203 209,351 97.0* 13.3
St. Lucie 154 287,887 53.5* 8.4
Santa Rosa 90 160,506 56.1* 11.6
Sarasota 180 389,911 46.2* 6.7
Seminole 219 436,020 50.2* 6.7
Sumter 51 110,676 46.1* 12.6
Suwannee 40 44,372 90.1 27.9
Taylor 13 23,137 56.2 30.5
Union 16 15,793 101.3 49.6
Volusia 249 503,179 49.5* 6.1
Wakulla 27 31,352 86.1 32.5
Walton 32 59,246 54.0 18.7
Washington 10 24,925 40.1* 24.9

7/25/2017 10:44 PM
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Data Source: Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology
Data Note(s)
  • 2009-2012 Includes: CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS, CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS, CYCLOSPORIASIS, ESCHERICHIA COLI, SHIGA TOXIN PRODUCING, GIARDIASIS, HEPATITIS A, SALMONELLOSIS, SHIGELLOSIS, and TYPHOID FEVER. Pre-2009 Includes : CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS, CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS, CYCLOSPORIASIS, E. COLI SHIGA TOXIN + (SEROGROUP NON-O157), ENTEROHEMORRHAGIC E. COLI (EHEC) O157:H7, ESCHERICHIA COLI, SHIGA TOXIN PRODUCING, GIARDIASISm HEPATITIS A, SALMONELLOSIS, SHIGELLOSIS, and TYPHOID FEVER.
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  • Multi-year counts are a sum of the selected years, not an average.
  • Use caution when interpreting rates and ratios based on small numbers of events. Rates and ratios are considered unstable if they are based on fewer than 5 cases or if the denominator (population at risk) is fewer than 20. An erratic trend line illustrates this instability.
  • Quartiles are calculated when data is available for at least 51 counties.
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  • When rates are per 100,000 population they are calculated using population estimates provided by the Florida Legislature, Office of Economic and Demographic Research. All age-adjusted rates utilize the Year 2000 Standard Population Proportion.
  • MOV - Measure of Variability: Probable range of values resulting from random fluctuations in the number of events. Not calculated when numerator is below 5 or denominator is below 20, or count or rate is suppressed. The MOV is useful for comparing rates to a goal or standard. For example, if the absolute difference between the county rate and the statewide rate is less than the MOV, the county rate is not significantly different from the statewide rate (alpha level = 0.05). When the absolute difference between the county rate and the statewide rate is greater than the MOV, the county rate is significantly different from the statewide rate. MOV should not be used to determine if the rates of two different counties, or the county rates for two different years, are statistically significantly different.
  • Denom - abbreviated for Denominator.
  • Population estimates are not available for persons whose county of residence is unknown. Given this, the denominator and associated rate are not available.
  • * - Indicates the county rate is statistically significantly different from the statewide rate.
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