Journal of Diabetes Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Short-Term Trends in Economic Burden and Catastrophic Costs of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Rural Southwest China

Table 2

Cost of illness of diabetes (in US$) by survey year in rural Yunnan Province, China.

Cost components20092016
Unit costTotal% of total cost of illnessUnit costTotal% of total cost of illness
MaleFemaleAllMaleFemaleAll

Direct medical costs1168.1995.3998.077,193,729.087.81326.81237.51273.8121,436,449.290.9
Outpatient visits62.338.548.03,709,008.04.365.234.545.54,337,697.03.2
Hospitalizations866.6713.4709.554,823,774.562.31006.81029.01016.296,878,410.872.5
Medications239.2253.4251.518,660,946.521.2254.8174.0212.120,220,341.415.1
Direct nonmedical costs111.659.073.05,640,783.06.371.134.565.56,244,377.04.7
Direct costs1279.71054.31072.082,834,512.096.31397.91272.01339.3127,680,826.295.6
Indirect costs61.232.155.15,168,111.05.964.851.362.05,910,708.04.4
Total cost of illness1335.31083.51113.088,002,623.0100.01462.71323.31401.3133,591,534.2100.0

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