What Does COPD Prevalence Look Like in Your State?

This slide deck includes COPD prevalence cards for U.S. states. Please launch the presentation in slideshow mode to activate the links. Clicking the Lung icon on a state’s graphic will return the user to the Index page. To export a graphic, select the image, right click and choose Save as Picture.

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	 Graphic with U.S. map and lung icon. Text: State-based COPD Infocards. This slide deck displays the COPD prevalence cards for U.S. states. Please launch the presentation in slideshow mode to activate the Index Page links. Clicking the Lung icon on a state graphic will return the user to the Index page. To export an infocard, select the image, right click and choose Save as Picture. Learn more at nhlbi.nih.gov/breathebetter


Find COPD State Prevalence by State.


United States COPD Prevalence

Nearly 16 million Americans are living with COPD. 

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Graphic with U.S. map and lung icon. Text: Nearly 16 million people in the United States have COPD. With proper diagnosis and treatment, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can be managed. Learn more at nhlbi.nih.gov/breathebetter Source: CDC Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Survey Data, 2021.

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Additional Resources

COPD Publications for Patients and Caregivers: Printable and shareable tips for living with the disease, as well as information that you can use in discussions with your loved ones and healthcare provider(s).

COPD Social Media Resources: Help raise awareness about COPD by sharing these graphics on your social media channels and tag @BreatheBetter in your posts.

COPD Digital Resource Toolkit for Health Professionals: Order or download these resources to help your patients and their families and caregivers understand COPD diagnosis and management.

COPD National Action Plan: Learn more about what you can do to join the unified fight against COPD and reduce its impact in your community.