155 residents die of kidney disease in Montana in 2016


There were 155 Montana residents who died of kidney disease in 2016, a 28.1 percent increase over the previous year, according to data obtained from the National Center for Health Statistics.

In 2015, 121 Montana residents died of kidney disease.

The National Center for Health Statistics is the nation’s primary health statistics agency. The CDC and other health-related organizations can use NCHS data for a variety of ends.

The following table shows total kidney disease deaths by state in 2016 and 2015.

Total kidney disease deaths by state
State
2016 deaths
2015 deaths
Texas
4,125
4,052
California
3,640
3,557
Florida
3,144
3,203
Pennsylvania
2,813
3,021
Illinois
2,518
2,543
New York
2,385
2,245
Ohio
2,262
2,100
North Carolina
2,002
1,821
Georgia
1,864
1,881
Michigan
1,791
1,921
Virginia
1,543
1,470
New Jersey
1,535
1,582
Missouri
1,483
1,483
Indiana
1,411
1,450
Louisiana
1,153
1,160
Tennessee
1,150
1,090
Massachusetts
1,139
1,228
Kentucky
1,034
998
Alabama
1,012
1,040
Wisconsin
960
996
South Carolina
897
886
Maryland
823
834
Mississippi
763
731
Arkansas
722
707
Minnesota
588
639
Oklahoma
577
616
Connecticut
570
584
Kansas
533
582
Washington
532
474
Colorado
491
458
Arizona
487
458
West Virginia
481
510
Oregon
398
409
Utah
370
363
Iowa
352
336
New Mexico
293
316
Nevada
274
316
Maine
239
211
Nebraska
220
264
Hawaii
215
202
Delaware
208
174
Idaho
190
154
New Hampshire
161
194
Montana
155
121
Rhode Island
141
142
North Dakota
106
118
South Dakota
90
79
Wyoming
66
86
District of Columbia
57
65
Alaska
53
50
Vermont
30
39

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