US And State Level Crude And Age Adjusted Drug Poisoning Mortality

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This dataset contains mortality statistics for drug poisoning in the US at country and state level starting from 1999. The mortality indicators used (crude and age-adjusted) are broken down by demographic characteristics, age, sex and race and presented along with US and state levels values.

Complexity

The source of the data is the National Center for Health Statistics published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Deaths included here have the underlying cause-of-death ICD-10 codes: ICD-10, X40–X44 (unintentional), X60–X64 (suicide), X85 (homicide), or Y10–Y14 (undetermined intent). Estimates are based on the National Vital Statistics System multiple cause-of-death mortality files. Age-adjusted death rates (deaths per 100,000 U.S. standard population for 2000) are calculated using the direct method. Populations used for computing death rates for 2011–2015 are postcensal estimates based on the 2010 U.S. census. Rates for census years are based on populations enumerated in the corresponding censuses. Rates for noncensus years before 2010 are revised using updated intercensal population estimates and may differ from rates previously published.

Estimates should be interpreted with caution. This is because there are cases in which they are calculated with a numerator of 20 or less and could be considered unreliable. At the same time because of a high number of unresolved pending cases or misclassification of ICD–10 codes for unintentional poisoning as R99. For example, this issue is known to affect New Jersey in 2009 and West Virginia in 2005 and 2009 but also may affect other years and other states.

Date Created

2016-01-07

Last Modified

2017-08-05

Version

2017-08-05

Update Frequency

Irregular

Temporal Coverage

1999-2015

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs => Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Source License URL

John Snow Labs Standard License

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

US Drug Poisoning Deaths, State Drug Poisoning Deaths, Drug Poisoning And Age, Drug Poisoning And Gender, Drug Poisoning And Race, Drug Poisoning Crude Mortality, Drug Poisoning Age Adjusted Mortality

Other Titles

US Drug Poisoning Crude and Age Adjusted Mortality, US Drug Poisoning Mortality Rates And Demographic Characteristics, US Drug Poisoning Mortality Rates Trends

Name Description Type Constraints
YearThe year for which the statistics corresponddaterequired : 1
SexThe gender of the population for which statistics correspond; statistics are the breakdown by all genders, male and female at US level; at US State level statistics are available only for all gendersstring-
AgeThe age of population for which statistics correspond; statistics are available for the population of all ages and for age groups 0-14, 15-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65-74 and 75+, at US level and for all ages at US State levelstring-
Race_Relative_To_Hispanic_OriginThe gender of the population statistics correspond to: populations for all races and all origins, of non-Hispanic white persons, of non-Hispanic black persons and for Hispanic persons at US level and for all races and origins at US State levelstring-
StateThe US State (including all US States - US level) for which the statistics applystring-
Number_Of_DeathsThe number of deaths of persons among population of a specific year, age, sex, race and origin, at US level or US State levelintegerlevel : Ratio
Is_Number_Of_Deaths_Less_Than_21Indicates with "true" or "false" if the number of deaths is less than 20; as is specified in the description in the case of samples with less than 20 deaths doesn't offer enough precision for rates estimates and should be used and interpreted with cautionbooleanrequired : 1
Population_SizeThe size of a population in a specific year, of a specific age, sex and race and origin, at US level or US State levelintegerlevel : Ratio
Crude_Mortality_RateThe crude mortality rate (number of deaths at 100.000 persons), in a specific year, of a specific age, sex, race and origin, in US or in a US Statenumberlevel : Ratio
Standard_Error_Of_Crude_RateThe standard error (the measure of variability used to determine the probability of the population statistic value estimated using the value determined for a sample) which corresponds to a specific crude mortality valuenumberlevel : Ratio
Lower_Confidence_Limit_For_Cude_RateThe lower limit of the confidence interval (interval of values in which, with a specific probability level, contains the real value of the population statistic value) which corresponds to a specific crude mortality valuenumberlevel : Ratio
Upper_Confidence_Limit_For_Cude_RateThe upper limit of the confidence interval (interval of values in which, with a specific probability level, contains the real value of the population statistic value) which corresponds to a specific crude mortality valuenumberlevel : Ratio
Age_Adjusted_Mortality_RateThe age adjusted mortality rate, determined using the direct method (the standard population is the US population), in a specific year, of a specific age, sex, race and origin, in US or in a US Statenumberlevel : Ratio
Standard_Error_Of_Age_Adjusted_RateThe standard error (the measure of variability used to determine the probability of the population statistic value estimated using the value determined for a sample) which corresponds to a specific age adjusted mortality valuenumberlevel : Ratio
Lower_Confidence_Limit_For_Age_Adjusted_RateThe lower limit of the confidence interval (interval of values in which, with a specific probability level, contains the real value of the population statistic value) which corresponds to a specific age adjusted mortality valuenumberlevel : Ratio
Upper_Confidence_Limit_For_Age_Adjusted_RateThe upper limit of the confidence interval (interval of values in which, with a specific probability level, contains the real value of the population statistic value) which corresponds to a specific age adjusted mortality valuenumberlevel : Ratio
State_Level_Crude_Rate_Minimum_ValueThe minimum value of mortality crude rate among different groups of population of a specific sex and race or origin, from a state, in a specific yearnumberlevel : Ratio
State_Level_Crude_Rate_Maximum_ValueThe maximum value of mortality crude rate among different groups of population of a specific sex and race or origin, from a state, in a specific yearnumberlevel : Ratio
US_Level_Crude_RateThe value of mortality crude rate at US level in a specific yearnumberlevel : Ratio
US_Level_Age_Adjusted_RateThe value of mortality age adjusted rate at US level in a specific yearnumberlevel : Ratio
YearSexAgeRace_Relative_To_Hispanic_OriginStateNumber_Of_DeathsIs_Number_Of_Deaths_Less_Than_21Population_SizeCrude_Mortality_RateStandard_Error_Of_Crude_RateLower_Confidence_Limit_For_Cude_RateUpper_Confidence_Limit_For_Cude_RateAge_Adjusted_Mortality_RateStandard_Error_Of_Age_Adjusted_RateLower_Confidence_Limit_For_Age_Adjusted_RateUpper_Confidence_Limit_For_Age_Adjusted_RateState_Level_Crude_Rate_Minimum_ValueState_Level_Crude_Rate_Maximum_ValueUS_Level_Crude_RateUS_Level_Age_Adjusted_Rate
2014Female75+HispanicUnited States16true8546981.8720.4681.073.0414.757414.6831
2001Male75+HispanicUnited States5true2737581.82640.81680.5934.26236.80576.7922
2001Female75+HispanicUnited States5true4358801.14710.5130.37252.6776.80576.7922
1999Male75+HispanicUnited States1true2381630.41990.419880.01062.33946.03826.057
2003Male75+HispanicUnited States10true3091773.23441.02281.5515.94828.88818.8765
2004Male75+HispanicUnited States13true3279513.9641.099422.11076.77869.3669.3831
2009Male75+HispanicUnited States12true4285712.80.808291.44684.89112.062411.9388
2000Male75+HispanicUnited States6true2529992.37160.968180.87035.16196.18826.1749
1999Female75+HispanicUnited States6true3844221.56080.637190.57283.39726.03826.057
2002Male75+HispanicUnited States11true2905163.78641.141631.89016.77498.17668.1957