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Query Builder for Deaths by Social Determinants of Health - Average Age at Death

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  • NCHS Leading Causes of Death

    In order to provide a consistent ranking standard the NCHS (National Center for Health Statistics) prepared a list of 113 selected causes of death. The NCHS 50 leading causes of death are taken from the list of 113. The 39 selected causes is a separate list for use with small populations. For more information about the NCHS rankings see [[https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr53/nvsr53_17.pdf National vital statistics reports; vol 53 no 17]] on the NCHS website.

    First choose a coding scheme to use for causes of death. Default is 15 leading causes of death.

  • NCHS Leading Causes of Death

    In order to provide a consistent ranking standard the NCHS (National Center for Health Statistics) prepared a list of 113 selected causes of death. The NCHS 50 leading causes of death are taken from the list of 113. The 39 selected causes is a separate list for use with small populations. For more information about the NCHS rankings see [[https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr53/nvsr53_17.pdf National vital statistics reports; vol 53 no 17]] on the NCHS website.

  • NCHS Leading Causes of Death

    In order to provide a consistent ranking standard the NCHS (National Center for Health Statistics) prepared a list of 113 selected causes of death. The NCHS 50 leading causes of death are taken from the list of 113. The 39 selected causes is a separate list for use with small populations. For more information about the NCHS rankings see [[https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr53/nvsr53_17.pdf National vital statistics reports; vol 53 no 17]] on the NCHS website.

  • NCHS Leading Causes of Death

    In order to provide a consistent ranking standard the NCHS (National Center for Health Statistics) prepared a list of 113 selected causes of death. The NCHS 50 leading causes of death are taken from the list of 113. The 39 selected causes is a separate list for use with small populations. For more information about the NCHS rankings see [[https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr53/nvsr53_17.pdf National vital statistics reports; vol 53 no 17]] on the NCHS website.

  • NCHS Leading Causes of Death

    In order to provide a consistent ranking standard the NCHS (National Center for Health Statistics) prepared a list of 113 selected causes of death. The NCHS 50 leading causes of death are taken from the list of 113. The 39 selected causes is a separate list for use with small populations. For more information about the NCHS rankings see [[https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr53/nvsr53_17.pdf National vital statistics reports; vol 53 no 17]] on the NCHS website.

  • Drug Overdose Deaths

    Drug overdose deaths include drug poisonings of all intents (unintentional, suicide and homicide), but most are unintentional. ICD-10 codes that define drug overdose death are X40-X44, X60-X64, X85 and Y10-Y14

  • Diseases of Despair

    Deaths from diseases of despair include suicide, drug overdose and 100% alcohol-attributable deaths. Alcoholic liver disease is the most common cause of 100% alcohol-attributable deaths.

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  • Select years.

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  • Select age groups to filter the dataset. Default is all ages.

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  • Would you like to include only males or only females in the results? Default includes all data records.

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Dimension Name RacEthDOH NOT found!!!
  • New Mexico Race/Ethnicity Coding

    Starting in 2000, the New Mexico Department of Health developed recommendations for standard categories for the presentation of data by race and Hispanic ethnicity.

    For purposes of presentation, race and ethnicity will be presented together using the following five major categories and labels:

    American Indian or Alaska Native

    Asian or Pacific Islander

    Black or African American

    Hispanic

    White

    The Hispanic category includes no other races but White. The White category may be interpreted as "White, non-Hispanic." And the non-White race categories include both Hispanic and non-Hispanic persons.

    Select race/ethnicity

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  • First choose from the list of the Social Determinants of Health. Default is persons within a census tract living in poverty.

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Primary group by field

Defines the data's primary grouping dimension. The primary grouping is required and also controls the ordering of the result's data rows. In MS-Excel and other graphing packages this is typically referred to as the the "dataset's category". If viewing in a 2-d table layout then this value/dimension is associated with table's "row" values. Others will refer to this value as the first "cross by" or the first dimension.

Optional secondary group by field

Defines the 2nd field (or dimension) to be used to group and aggregate values by. MS-Excel chart users will commonly refer to this as the dataset's "series" field. If viewing in a 2-d table layout then this field is associated with data table's value columns. Series group bys are optional. Maps and some charts, like the "Pie" chart, are currently not programmed to handle datasets that have more than one group by e.g. they only work with the primary category type group by being specified.

Optional chart graph

Defines the optional chart graphic to display.

NOTE: Maps and some charts, like the "Pie" chart, are currently not programmed to handle datasets that have more than one group by e.g. they only work with the primary category type group by being specified. All other charts will only work with a maximum of 2 group bys e.g. if the fixed group by exists then the series group by can NOT be used with charting or maps.

Optional Map Visualization

Defines the optional map graphic to display.

NOTE: Maps are only available when the category is set to a geographical area and does not have a series defined.
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Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Epidemiology and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health, State Center for Health Statistics, Santa Fe, NM, 87502. Email: vrhs.data@state.nm.us.