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Description
2005-2009. SAMMEC - Smoking-Attributable Mortality, Morbidity, and Economic Costs. Smoking-attributable expenditures (SAEs) are excess health care expenditures attributable to cigarette smoking by type of service among adults ages 19 years of age and older.
Category
Health Consequences and Costs
Tags
osh, tobacco, sammec, sae
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Data Provided By
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
License
Public Domain
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Field Names:

Year
year
LocationAbbr
locationabbr
LocationDesc
locationdesc
DataSource
datasource
TopicType
topictype
TopicDesc
topicdesc
MeasureDesc
measuredesc
Variable
variable
Data_Value_Unit
data_value_unit
Data_Value_Type
data_value_type
Data_Value
data_value
Data_Value_Footnote_Symbol
data_value_footnote_symbol
Data_Value_Footnote
data_value_footnote
GeoLocation
geolocation
Topic Type ID
topic_type_id
Topic ID
topic_id
Measure ID
measure_id
SubMeasureID
submeasureid
DisplayOrder
displayorder

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