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Table 2 Total annual costs (US$) of the studied population across the different geographic regions in Brazil

From: Heterogeneity in the costs of type 1 diabetes in a developing country: what are the determining factors?

  Southeast (n = 1310) South (n = 727) North/Northeast (n = 938) Mid-West (n = 205)
Direct medical cost (US$)     
Total 1,920,936 · 74 910,808 · 38 1,076,906 · 08 286,241 · 19
Per capita 1,466 · 36 1,252 · 83 1,148 · 09 1,396 · 30
[1,382 · 09–1,550 · 64] [1,168 · 66–1,337 · 00] [1,048 · 86–1,247 · 32] [1,268 · 30–1,370 · 00]
  1,052 · 10 885 · 54 654 · 86 986 · 42
  (778 · 65–1,710 · 46) (698 · 01–1,513 · 22) (429 · 77–1,164 · 17) (631 · 81–1,871 · 78)
  1. Data presented as mean [95% CI] and median (interquartile range). Southeast vs south (p < 0 · 001); southeast vs north/northeast (p < 0 · 001); southeast vs midwest (p = 0 · 146); midwest vs north/northeast (p = <0 · 001); south vs northeast (p < 0 · 001); south vs midwest (p = 0 · 292).