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Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) including Klebsiella pneumoniae Carbapenemase (KPC) producers

Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) including Klebsiella pneumoniae Carbapenemase (KPC) – producers became reportable in the state of North Dakota on January 1, 2011.

*2014 Data is provisional

2014 County Data


County
Number
of
Cases

Rate per 100,000
Adams 0 0.0
Barnes 1 8.9
Benson 1 14.6
Billings 0 0.0
Bottineau 0 0.0
Bowman 0 0.0
Burke 1 44.5
Burleigh 11 12.1
Cass 6 3.5
Cavalier 0 0.0
Dickey 0 0.0
Divide 0 0.0
Dunn 2 45.4
Eddy 0 0.0
Emmons 0 0.0
Foster 0 0.0
Golden Valley 0 0.0
Grand Forks 2 2.8
Grant 0 0.0
Griggs 0 0.0
Hettinger 0 0.0
Kidder 0 0.0
LaMoure 0 0.0
Logan 1 51.4
McHenry 0 0.0
McIntosh 0 0.0
McKenzie 3 27.2
McLean 1 10.4
Mercer 0 0.0
Morton 5 16.7
Mountrail 2 20.4
Nelson 0 0.0
Oliver 1 54.0
Pembina 0 0.0
Pierce 0 0.0
Ramsey 0   0.0
Ransom 0 0.0
Renville 0 0.0
Richland 0 0.0
Rolette 3 20.5
Sargent 0 0.0
Sheridan 0 0.0
Sioux 0 0.0
Slope 0 0.0
Stark 1 3.2
Steele 0 0.0
Stutsman 3 14.1
Towner 0 0.0
Traill 0 0.0
Walsh 0 0.0
Ward 9 12.9
Wells 0 0.0
Williams 1 3.11
Unknown 0 -
Total 54 7.3
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2014 Gender Data


Gender
Number
of
Cases

Rate per
100,000
Male 24 3.2
Female 30 4.0




















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2014 Age Data
Age Group Number
of
Cases
Rate per
100,000
0-4 0 0.0
5-9 1 2.0
10-19 1 1.0
20-29 2 1.5
30-39 3 3.1
40-49 4 5.0
50-59 8 8.0
60-64 5 11.7
≥ 65 30 28.5










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