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In addition to clinical factors

Factors ID’d in Withdrawal of Life Support in Severe TBI Patients

Decision to withdraw life-supporting treatment influenced by race, region, insurance status
Compared with non-Hispanic White physicians

Burnout Less Likely for Doctors in Minority Race/Ethnic Groups

Non-Hispanic Black physicians more likely to report satisfaction with work-life integration versus White doctors
The rates of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection are increased among minority and socioeconomically disadvantaged children

SARS-CoV-2 Rates Up for Minority, Disadvantaged Children

Increased rates of infection for non-Hispanic black, Hispanic children, those in lower quartiles of MFI
Highest life expectancy at birth for Hispanic women

Life Expectancy 78.60 Years for U.S. Population for 2009-2011

Highest life expectancy at birth for Hispanic women, non-Hispanic white women, Hispanic men
Nearly one in three young non-Hispanic black adults and about one in five young Mexican-American and non-Hispanic white adults have hypertension

Almost One in Three Black Young Adults in U.S. Have Hypertension

High prevalence rates accompanied by very low awareness and treatment rates
Life expectancy for 2009 to 2011 was 78.60 years for the total U.S. population

Life Expectancy 78.60 Years for U.S. Population for 2009-2011

Highest life expectancy at birth for Hispanic women, non-Hispanic white women, Hispanic men
The median number of weekly consults seen through a telestroke network decreased during the COVID-19 pandemic

Telestroke Consultations Down During COVID-19 Pandemic

From March through April 2020, Black patients were significantly less likely to present with stroke
American Indian and Alaska Native adults are more likely to be in fair or poor health than all U.S. adults

CDC: More American Indian, Alaska Natives in Fair, Poor Health

18.9 percent of AIAN adults have a disability in large MSAs versus 12.9 percent in rural areas
Significant differences are seen in gastric adenocarcinoma incidence according to race and ethnicity

Gastric Cancer Incidence in Those ≥50 Differs by Race/Ethnicity

Incidence of noncardia gastric adenocarcinoma higher in nonwhites than in non-Hispanic whites
Individuals of Hispanic/Latino background with known peripheral artery disease have the lowest use of all classes of cardiovascular medications

CV Meds Underused in Hispanics With Peripheral Artery Disease

For all classes of cardiovascular medications, lowest use seen for individuals of Mexican background