Opioid-Related Hospital Stays Among Women in the United States, 2016
Examines opioid-related hospitalizations among women 15 years of age and older. Provides data by location of patient residence for large metropolitan, small/medium metro, and micropolitan/noncore (rural) areas addressing: opioid-related compared to non-opioid stays; co-occurring mental disorder or pregnancy/childbirth; stays related to opioid abuse/dependence, opioid adverse events, and opioid poisoning/self-harm; and patient race/ethnicity by location of residence.
Audrey J. Weiss, Kimberly W. McDermott, Kevin C. Heslin
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Illicit drug use · Inpatient care · Mental health · Prescription drug abuse · Racial and ethnic groups · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Women