Asthma in Australia 2008 Red and Blue person

Figure 7.4
Proportion of children aged 0–14 years with one or more cigarette smokers in the household, by socioeconomic status and current asthma status, 2004–05

Notes: Age-standardised to the Australian population as at June 2001; SEIFA = Socio-economic Indexes for Areas

Source: Australian Centre for Asthma Monitoring (ACAM) analysis of Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2004–05 National Health Survey confidentialised unit record files.

Data table

 
Current Asthma
(95% CI)
No Asthma
(95% CI)
SEIFA 1 (most disadvantaged) 62.9 (52.0–73.8) 53.2
(49.2–57.2)
SEIFA 2 40.0 (30.8–49.1) 44.4
(40.3–48.5)
SEIFA 3 40.6 (31.2–49.9) 36.8
(32.8–40.8)
SEIFA 4 32.3 (21.7–42.8) 28.2
(24.8–31.8)
SEIFA 5 (least disadvantaged) 14.4 (6.6–22.3) 19.5
(16.4–22.5)

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