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Series 11, Number 246

May 2002

Table 24 percentile
column headings
aligned correctly
6/30/2010

2000 CDC Growth Charts for
the United States: Methods
and Development

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Suggested CitationKuczmarski RJ, Ogden CL, Guo SS, et al. 2000 CDC growth charts for the
United States: Methods and development. National Center for Health Statistics.
Vital Health Stat 11(246). 2002
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Series 11, Number 246

2000 CDC Growth Charts for
the United States: Methods
and Development

Data From the National Health
Examination Surveys and the National
Health and Nutrition Examination
Surveys

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Centers forDisease Control and Prevention
National Center for Health Statistics
Hyattsville, Maryland
May 2002
DHHS Publication No. (PHS) 2002-1696

National Center for Health Statistics
Edward J. Sondik, Ph.D., Director
Jack R. Anderson, Deputy Director
Jack R. Anderson, Acting Associate Director for
International Statistics
Jennifer H. Madans, Ph.D., Associate Director for Science
Lawrence H.Cox, Ph.D., Associate Director for Research
and Methodology
Jennifer H. Madans, Ph.D., Acting Associate Director for
Analysis, Epidemiology, and Health Promotion
Edward L. Hunter, Associate Director for Planning, Budget,
and Legislation
Jennifer H. Madans, Ph.D., Acting Associate Director for
Vital and Health Statistics Systems
Douglas L. Zinn, Acting Associate Director for
ManagementCharles J. Rothwell, Associate Director for Information
Technology and Services
Division of Health Examination Statistics
Clifford L. Johnson, M.S.P.H., Director
Rosemarie Hirsch, M.D., M.P.H., Chief Analysis Branch
Carolyn Petty-Martin, Acting Chief Operations Branch
Vicki L. Burt, Sc.M., R.N., Chief Planning Branch
Lewis Berman, M.S., Chief Information Management Branch

AcknowledgmentsW

e wish to gratefully
acknowledge the contributions
of many individuals who had
various roles in the growth chart
revision process. These contributions
include statistical and computer
programming expertise, data and
summary statistics, graphical support,
and knowledge and experience in the
areas of pediatric growth and growth
charts. We also wish to thank Thelma
Sanders and ZungLe for their editorial
support. In addition to acknowledging
the contributions of all individuals
identified in appendix I of this report,
the following persons are also
recognized, with their affiliations at the
time of their contribution:
Phil Batty
Center for Health Information
Management and Epidemiology
State of Missouri Department of Health
Jefferson City, MO
Fred Buhr
Center forHealth Statistics
State of Wisconsin Department of
Health and Family Services
Madison, WI
Margaret Carroll
National Center for Health Statistics
Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention
Hyattsville, MD

John Chang
Computer Information Systems and
Support Services
Nova Research Company
Bethesda, MD
Chris Cronk
Center for Health Statistics
State of Wisconsin Department of...
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