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Complete Health Indicator Report of Opioid Overdose Related Emergency Department Visits

Definition

The number of emergency department visits for drug overdose, that is, ED encounters with any diagnosis of opioid overdose (ICD-9 codes )

Numerator

Opioid Overdose Related Emergency Department Visits in New Mexico

Denominator

New Mexico Population

Why Is This Important?

Mortality is just one, and the most extreme, of the health outcomes associated with drug abuse. In the U.S., between 2004 and 2009, there has been a 98.4% increase in emergency department (ED) visits related to misuse or abuse of prescription drugs, particularly opioids. [[br]][[br]] ---- {{class .SmallerFont Paulozzi, L. J., Jones, C. M., Mack, K. A., & Rudd, R. A. [2011]. "Vital Signs: Overdoses of prescription opioid pain relievers-United States," 1999-2008. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 60[43], 6). In NM, the emergency department dataset (EDD) is collected in accordance with the NM Public Health Act and New Mexico Administrative Code 7.4.3.10. }}

Other Objectives

Substance Abuse Epidemiology Report Indicator New Mexico Community Health Status Indicator (CHSI)

How Are We Doing?

Drug use can result in overdose death and is also associated with other societal problems including crime, violence, homelessness, loss of productivity and spread of blood-borne disease such as HIV and hepatitis. Unintentional drug overdose is the largest


Graphical Data Views

Opioid Overdose Related Emergency Department Visits, by Year, New Mexico and U.S., 2013-2017

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YearEmergency Department Visits per 100,000 Population
Record Count: 5
201333.5
201451.5
201561.1
201654.3
201752.3

Data Notes

Rates have been age-adjusted to the US 2000 standard population.

Data Sources

  • Emergency Department (ED) dataset, Health Systems Epidemiology Program, New Mexico Department of Health.
  • Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.


Opioid Overdose Related Emergency Department Visits, by County, New Mexico, 2013-2017

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CountyEmergency Department Visits per 100,000 PopulationNumer- ator
Record Count: 35
Bernalillo692,463
Catron00
Chaves1963
Cibola31.746
Colfax42.728
Curry17.745
De Baca242
Dona Ana8.692
Eddy2678
Grant0.81
Guadalupe13.23
Harding00
Hidalgo9.62
Lea14.852
Lincoln32.636
Los Alamos19.118
Luna16.221
McKinley6.323
Mora90.420
Otero2173
Quay31.113
Rio Arriba155.3312
Roosevelt6.96
Sandoval45.7338
San Juan44.3289
San Miguel96.5137
Santa Fe54.4408
Sierra6.23
Socorro67.862
Taos136.9228
Torrance37.531
Union31
Valencia67.2263
New Mexico50.65,469

Data Notes

Rates have been age-adjusted to the US 2000 standard population.   All rates are per 100,000, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.

Data Sources

  • Emergency Department (ED) dataset, Health Systems Epidemiology Program, New Mexico Department of Health.
  • Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.


Opioid Overdose Related Emergency Department Visits, by Age, Sex and Race/Ethnicity, New Mexico, 2013-2017

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Age: 0-24, 25-64, 65+Sex and RaceEmergency Department Visits per 100,000 PopulationNumer- ator
Record Count: 72
1. Age 0-24Male, American Indian1.711
1. Age 0-24Male, Asian/Pacific Islander5.45
1. Age 0-24Male, Black18.430
1. Age 0-24Male, Hispanic9332
1. Age 0-24Male, White8.8152
1. Age 0-24Male, All Races9.2580
1. Age 0-24Female, American Indian2.617
1. Age 0-24Female, Asian/Pacific Islander5.75
1. Age 0-24Female, Black14.420
1. Age 0-24Female, Hispanic6.8243
1. Age 0-24Female, White7.9124
1. Age 0-24Female, All Races7.4445
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, American Indian2.229
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, Asian/Pacific Islander5.510
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, Black16.650
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, Hispanic8.3600
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, White8.7287
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, All Races8.91,099
2. Age 25-64Male, American Indian24.8109
2. Age 25-64Male, Asian/Pacific Islander18.616
2. Age 25-64Male, Black74.195
2. Age 25-64Male, Hispanic53.31,246
2. Age 25-64Male, White24495
2. Age 25-64Male, All Races42.32,139
2. Age 25-64Female, American Indian17.383
2. Age 25-64Female, Asian/Pacific Islander5.46
2. Age 25-64Female, Black114.5104
2. Age 25-64Female, Hispanic31.1735
2. Age 25-64Female, White22.2464
2. Age 25-64Female, All Races29.11,498
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, American Indian21.1194
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, Asian/Pacific Islander11.222
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, Black90.8199
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, Hispanic442,068
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, White23.8990
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, All Races37.83,859
3. Age 65+Male, American Indian2.16
3. Age 65+Male, Asian/Pacific Islander3.32
3. Age 65+Male, Black16.415
3. Age 65+Male, Hispanic3.872
3. Age 65+Male, White2.799
3. Age 65+Male, All Races3.4202
3. Age 65+Female, American Indian2.19
3. Age 65+Female, Asian/Pacific Islander11
3. Age 65+Female, Black26.224
3. Age 65+Female, Hispanic3.583
3. Age 65+Female, White3.5146
3. Age 65+Female, All Races3.9279
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, American Indian2.115
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, Asian/Pacific Islander1.93
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, Black21.339
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, Hispanic3.7156
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, White3.3258
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, All Races3.8502
4. All AgesMale, American Indian28.6127
4. All AgesMale, Asian/Pacific Islander27.323
4. All AgesMale, Black108.9140
4. All AgesMale, Hispanic66.11,650
4. All AgesMale, White35.5747
4. All AgesMale, All Races54.82,927
4. All AgesFemale, American Indian22109
4. All AgesFemale, Asian/Pacific Islander12.112
4. All AgesFemale, Black155.1148
4. All AgesFemale, Hispanic41.41,061
4. All AgesFemale, White33.5734
4. All AgesFemale, All Races40.42,222
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, American Indian25.4239
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, Asian/Pacific Islander18.735
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, Black128.7288
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, Hispanic55.92,824
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, White35.81,536
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, All Races50.65,469

Data Notes

Rates have been age-adjusted to the US 2000 standard population.   Age-specific rates (e.g., Ages 0-24) are per 100,000; all-ages rate is per 100,000, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.

Data Sources

  • Emergency Department (ED) dataset, Health Systems Epidemiology Program, New Mexico Department of Health.
  • Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.


Opioid Overdose Related Emergency Department Visits, by County and Race/Ethnicity, New Mexico, 2013-2017

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Race/Ethnicity, DOHCountyEmergency Department Visits per 100,000 PopulationNumer- ator
Record Count: 210
American Indian/Alaska NativeBernalillo49.478
American Indian/Alaska NativeCatron00
American Indian/Alaska NativeChaves00
American Indian/Alaska NativeCibola7.24
American Indian/Alaska NativeColfax00
American Indian/Alaska NativeCurry00
American Indian/Alaska NativeDe Baca00
American Indian/Alaska NativeDona Ana00
American Indian/Alaska NativeEddy00
American Indian/Alaska NativeGrant00
American Indian/Alaska NativeGuadalupe00
American Indian/Alaska NativeHarding00
American Indian/Alaska NativeHidalgo00
American Indian/Alaska NativeLea00
American Indian/Alaska NativeLincoln00
American Indian/Alaska NativeLos Alamos00
American Indian/Alaska NativeLuna00
American Indian/Alaska NativeMcKinley1.54
American Indian/Alaska NativeMora00
American Indian/Alaska NativeOtero27.15
American Indian/Alaska NativeQuay00
American Indian/Alaska NativeRio Arriba47.714
American Indian/Alaska NativeRoosevelt00
American Indian/Alaska NativeSandoval32.127
American Indian/Alaska NativeSan Juan31.475
American Indian/Alaska NativeSan Miguel00
American Indian/Alaska NativeSanta Fe24.45
American Indian/Alaska NativeSierra00
American Indian/Alaska NativeSocorro818
American Indian/Alaska NativeTaos10.21
American Indian/Alaska NativeTorrance44.41
American Indian/Alaska NativeUnion00
American Indian/Alaska NativeValencia48.37
American Indian/Alaska NativeNew Mexico25.4239
Asian/Pacific IslanderBernalillo22.222
Asian/Pacific IslanderCatron00
Asian/Pacific IslanderChaves25.81
Asian/Pacific IslanderCibola00
Asian/Pacific IslanderColfax00
Asian/Pacific IslanderCurry00
Asian/Pacific IslanderDe Baca00
Asian/Pacific IslanderDona Ana00
Asian/Pacific IslanderEddy00
Asian/Pacific IslanderGrant00
Asian/Pacific IslanderGuadalupe00
Asian/Pacific IslanderHarding00
Asian/Pacific IslanderHidalgo00
Asian/Pacific IslanderLea00
Asian/Pacific IslanderLincoln00
Asian/Pacific IslanderLos Alamos28.62
Asian/Pacific IslanderLuna00
Asian/Pacific IslanderMcKinley00
Asian/Pacific IslanderMora00
Asian/Pacific IslanderOtero00
Asian/Pacific IslanderQuay00
Asian/Pacific IslanderRio Arriba00
Asian/Pacific IslanderRoosevelt00
Asian/Pacific IslanderSandoval314
Asian/Pacific IslanderSan Juan22.91
Asian/Pacific IslanderSan Miguel00
Asian/Pacific IslanderSanta Fe81
Asian/Pacific IslanderSierra00
Asian/Pacific IslanderSocorro00
Asian/Pacific IslanderTaos00
Asian/Pacific IslanderTorrance00
Asian/Pacific IslanderUnion00
Asian/Pacific IslanderValencia76.22
Asian/Pacific IslanderNew Mexico18.735
BlackBernalillo190.4192
BlackCatron00
BlackChaves203.611
BlackCibola00
BlackColfax202.81
BlackCurry82
BlackDe Baca1,495.71
BlackDona Ana22.24
BlackEddy66.73
BlackGrant00
BlackGuadalupe00
BlackHarding00
BlackHidalgo00
BlackLea38.65
BlackLincoln00
BlackLos Alamos00
BlackLuna00
BlackMcKinley00
BlackMora00
BlackOtero142
BlackQuay00
BlackRio Arriba00
BlackRoosevelt00
BlackSandoval159.227
BlackSan Juan20.21
BlackSan Miguel62.41
BlackSanta Fe114.69
BlackSierra00
BlackSocorro00
BlackTaos310.93
BlackTorrance691
BlackUnion00
BlackValencia400.720
BlackNew Mexico128.7288
HispanicBernalillo76.11,306
HispanicCatron00
HispanicChaves12.521
HispanicCibola51.228
HispanicColfax58.118
HispanicCurry26.524
HispanicDe Baca00
HispanicDona Ana6.946
HispanicEddy27.237
HispanicGrant00
HispanicGuadalupe11.62
HispanicHarding00
HispanicHidalgo00
HispanicLea12.422
HispanicLincoln21.27
HispanicLos Alamos17.83
HispanicLuna11.39
HispanicMcKinley22.411
HispanicMora82.615
HispanicOtero15.417
HispanicQuay23.14
HispanicRio Arriba191.2273
HispanicRoosevelt93
HispanicSandoval47.5132
HispanicSan Juan38.548
HispanicSan Miguel110.7124
HispanicSanta Fe72.4284
HispanicSierra00
HispanicSocorro86.638
HispanicTaos6358
HispanicTorrance45.415
HispanicUnion00
HispanicValencia64.5148
HispanicNew Mexico55.92,824
WhiteBernalillo44.7651
WhiteCatron00
WhiteChaves17.425
WhiteCibola44.814
WhiteColfax24.68
WhiteCurry13.418
WhiteDe Baca201
WhiteDona Ana12.741
WhiteEddy25.938
WhiteGrant00
WhiteGuadalupe42.11
WhiteHarding00
WhiteHidalgo23.92
WhiteLea17.824
WhiteLincoln39.726
WhiteLos Alamos18.613
WhiteLuna32.412
WhiteMcKinley73
WhiteMora49.72
WhiteOtero23.846
WhiteQuay47.39
WhiteRio Arriba68.218
WhiteRoosevelt3.42
WhiteSandoval39.3132
WhiteSan Juan57.6160
WhiteSan Miguel37.29
WhiteSanta Fe33.898
WhiteSierra9.43
WhiteSocorro28.911
WhiteTaos89.147
WhiteTorrance2110
WhiteUnion4.21
WhiteValencia41.959
WhiteNew Mexico35.81,536
NM, OverallBernalillo692,463
NM, OverallCatron00
NM, OverallChaves1963
NM, OverallCibola31.746
NM, OverallColfax42.728
NM, OverallCurry17.745
NM, OverallDe Baca242
NM, OverallDona Ana8.692
NM, OverallEddy2678
NM, OverallGrant0.81
NM, OverallGuadalupe13.23
NM, OverallHarding00
NM, OverallHidalgo9.62
NM, OverallLea14.852
NM, OverallLincoln32.636
NM, OverallLos Alamos19.118
NM, OverallLuna16.221
NM, OverallMcKinley6.323
NM, OverallMora90.420
NM, OverallOtero2173
NM, OverallQuay31.113
NM, OverallRio Arriba155.3312
NM, OverallRoosevelt6.96
NM, OverallSandoval45.7338
NM, OverallSan Juan44.3289
NM, OverallSan Miguel96.5137
NM, OverallSanta Fe54.4408
NM, OverallSierra6.23
NM, OverallSocorro67.862
NM, OverallTaos136.9228
NM, OverallTorrance37.531
NM, OverallUnion31
NM, OverallValencia67.2263
NM, OverallNew Mexico50.65,469

Data Notes

Rates have been age-adjusted to the US 2000 standard population.   All rates are per 100,000, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population

Data Sources

  • Emergency Department (ED) dataset, Health Systems Epidemiology Program, New Mexico Department of Health.
  • Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.

References and Community Resources

The New Mexico Department of Health Substance Abuse Epidemiology Section has New Mexico-specific reports, resources and publications, available at: nmhealth.org/about/erd/ibeb/sap. CDC Alcohol Program has fact sheets, online tool kits, data and recently

More Resources and Links

Evidence-based community health improvement ideas and interventions may be found at the following sites:

Additional indicator data by state and county may be found on these Websites:

Medical literature can be queried at the PubMed website.

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