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Kansas

State or County Total Population Pediatric Asthma Adult Asthma COPD Adult Chronic Lung Disease Lung Cancer
Kansas 2,907,289 64,100 194,800 129,800 299,104 1,780
Allen 12,519 269 877 685 1,350 7
Anderson 7,833 183 532 434 833 5
Atchison 16,332 362 1,141 825 1,706 10
Barber 4,586 100 319 263 501 3
Barton 26,476 596 1,833 1,404 2,798 16
Bourbon 14,754 359 993 765 1,521 9
Brown 9,641 230 653 522 1,013 6
Butler 66,878 1,623 4,558 3,269 6,780 40
Chase 2,683 53 191 159 302 2
Chautauqua 3,363 66 239 206 382 2
Cherokee 20,115 441 1,404 1,101 2,160 12
Cheyenne 2,683 54 189 162 302 2
Clark 2,004 45 138 111 215 1
Clay 7,958 173 552 451 865 5
Cloud 8,991 195 626 491 966 5
Coffey 8,224 168 584 470 908 5
Comanche 1,790 42 120 104 193 1
Cowley 35,361 796 2,454 1,822 3,705 21
Crawford 39,034 798 2,806 1,877 4,088 23
Decatur 2,885 53 207 184 336 2
Dickinson 18,902 429 1,304 1,020 2,006 11
Doniphan 7,727 155 554 417 841 5
Douglas 120,793 2,133 9,094 5,297 12,672 72
Edwards 2,893 63 201 165 315 2
Elk 2,498 48 177 162 291 1
Ellis 28,689 586 2,065 1,361 2,993 17
Ellsworth 6,330 111 468 356 714 4
Finney 37,084 1,072 2,378 1,531 3,409 22
Ford 34,381 976 2,221 1,447 3,196 21
Franklin 25,733 594 1,777 1,322 2,679 15
Geary 33,855 995 2,167 1,122 2,922 20
Gove 2,631 59 180 151 285 2
Graham 2,495 47 179 157 288 1
Grant 7,526 221 475 332 701 5
Gray 5,958 161 388 283 582 4
Greeley 1,249 29 85 68 131 1
Greenwood 6,123 122 434 374 694 4
Hamilton 2,640 74 171 120 252 2
Harper 5,590 132 378 309 593 3
Harvey 34,544 796 2,371 1,804 3,615 21
Haskell 4,053 109 265 191 395 2
Hodgeman 1,842 39 129 108 204 1
Jackson 13,318 316 906 709 1,393 8
Jefferson 18,998 410 1,335 1,047 2,051 11
Jewell 2,850 50 206 188 338 2
Johnson 591,178 13,735 40,966 28,573 60,347 353
Kearny 3,960 108 257 183 383 2
Kingman 7,360 154 518 427 813 4
Kiowa 2,485 52 175 137 270 1
Labette 20,145 446 1,402 1,094 2,153 12
Lane 1,559 32 110 93 174 1
Leavenworth 81,095 1,818 5,687 3,937 8,356 49
Lincoln 3,043 65 212 182 338 2
Linn 9,726 211 676 557 1,062 6
Logan 2,821 63 195 152 300 2
Lyon 33,392 702 2,385 1,589 3,467 20
McPherson 28,708 630 2,002 1,534 3,058 17
Marion 11,986 239 853 698 1,337 7
Marshall 9,745 218 672 550 1,052 6
Meade 4,303 108 287 223 440 3
Miami 33,461 781 2,302 1,751 3,496 20
Mitchell 6,128 131 427 348 669 4
Montgomery 32,556 725 2,257 1,751 3,465 19
Morris 5,455 101 394 335 627 3
Morton 2,740 62 189 149 292 2
Nemaha 10,118 251 675 537 1,046 6
Neosho 16,015 367 1,101 857 1,691 10
Ness 2,869 59 201 173 322 2
Norton 5,441 96 402 311 616 3
Osage 15,772 345 1,100 878 1,704 9
Osborne 3,610 73 255 215 405 2
Ottawa 5,863 125 412 328 637 4
Pawnee 6,680 108 503 388 770 4
Phillips 5,370 115 374 312 591 3
Pottawatomie 23,908 651 1,561 1,087 2,300 14
Pratt 9,547 219 655 505 1,004 6
Rawlins 2,497 47 178 157 288 1
Reno 62,510 1,328 4,401 3,365 6,719 37
Republic 4,691 90 333 296 541 3
Rice 9,660 213 674 507 1,022 6
Riley 74,172 1,158 5,767 2,873 7,696 45
Rooks 5,043 106 354 288 553 3
Rush 3,103 61 220 190 352 2
Russell 6,915 140 488 412 775 4
Saline 54,734 1,208 3,826 2,853 5,780 33
Scott 4,961 124 331 257 508 3
Sedgwick 513,687 12,516 35,006 24,203 51,452 307
Seward 22,159 653 1,412 878 2,002 13
Shawnee 178,187 4,003 12,379 9,256 18,725 106
Sheridan 2,527 58 172 144 272 2
Sherman 5,930 134 410 314 626 4
Smith 3,668 69 262 233 425 2
Stafford 4,207 97 288 236 451 3
Stanton 2,060 54 135 102 205 1
Stevens 5,612 155 363 267 545 3
Sumner 23,159 537 1,590 1,223 2,429 14
Thomas 7,788 169 548 388 814 5
Trego 2,884 53 209 178 332 2
Wabaunsee 6,874 155 475 382 738 4
Wallace 1,524 36 103 85 162 1
Washington 5,485 116 382 320 605 3
Wichita 2,125 53 142 113 220 1
Wilson 8,675 196 597 483 931 5
Woodson 3,147 61 225 190 357 2
Wyandotte 165,288 4,355 10,989 7,284 15,911 99

*DISCLAIMER: The numbers in this publication reflect the estimated prevalence and incidence of lung disease, and not the actual number. These estimates are based on state or national incidence and prevalence estimates applied to the age-specific population of each county; no adjustments are made for any other factors that may affect the actual local prevalence. When citing this information, please be careful to ensure that the nature and limitations of these estimates are understood.

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