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Complete Health Indicator Report of HIV Infection - New Stage 3 Infections

Definition

New diagnoses of stage 3 HIV infection (i.e., AIDS), New Mexico total; number and rate (cases per 100,000 population), by year and public health region.

Numerator

1st numerator: Incident stage 3 HIV cases: Number of new diagnoses of stage 3 HIV infection (i.e., AIDS), New Mexico total. 2nd numerator: Incident rapid onset stage 3 HIV cases: Number of new stage 3 HIV infection within 12 Months of HIV Diagnosis, New Mexico total. For Stage 3 (AIDS) Within 12 Months of HIV Diagnosis, the numerator is the number of HIV cases that were diagnosed as stage 3 within 12 months of their HIV diagnosis.

Denominator

1st denominator: Number of persons in the underlying population 2nd denominator: Number of new HIV diagnoses

Why Is This Important?

The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is the virus that causes the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and is an infection which progressively damages the immune system. When left untreated over time HIV infection can leave a person vulnerable to potentially deadly opportunistic infections, advancement to the most severe form of infection (i.e., AIDS or stage 3 HIV infection), or death. The global epidemic of HIV infection was first recognized in 1981^1^ and since then advances in diagnosis, prevention and treatment have made significant impacts in reducing the burden of HIV worldwide, including in the United States. Nonetheless, tens-of-thousands of new infections and hundreds-of-thousands of chronic infections continue to be reported each year, resulting in tens-of-billions of dollars in health care costs, demonstrates that HIV remains a significant public health problem in the United States^2-4^. With an average of 143 new HIV infections reported annually and over 3,000 new or chronic HIV infections reported in 2013^5^, HIV infection is also an important health issue in New Mexico. [[br]][[br]] ---- {{class .SmallerFont # Gottlieb, M.S., ''Pneumocystis pneumonia--Los Angeles.'' 1981. Am J Public Health, 2006. '''96'''(6): p. 980-1; discussion 982-3. # Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ''HIV Surveillance Report, 2013'', 2014, enters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Atlanta, GA USA. p. 1-82. # Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ''HIV Surveillance Report, 2014'', 2015, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Atlanta, GA USA. p. 1-123. # Hutchinson, A.B., et al., ''The economic burden of HIV in the United States in the era of highly active antiretroviral therapy: evidence of continuing racial and ethnic differences''. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, 2006. '''43'''(4): p. 451-7. # New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH), ''Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Stage 3 Infection (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome [AIDS]) Among Adults and Adolescents in New Mexico - 2013'', Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Surveillance and Epidemiology Program, Editor 2015, New Mexico Department of Health: Santa Fe, New Mexico USA. p. 1-32. }}


Related Indicators

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Graphical Data Views

HIV Infection - New Stage 3 HIV Infections: Rate per 100,000 Population, New Mexico and USA, by Year, 2008-2013

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NM vs. U.S.YearDiagnoses of New Stage 3 Infection per 100,000 PopulationNumer- ator
Record Count: 12
New Mexico20086.4105
New Mexico20096.6109
New Mexico20105.999
New Mexico20114.476
New Mexico20125.085
New Mexico20134.577
United States200810.732,455
United States200910.231,262
United States20109.128,287
United States20118.526,545
United States20128.225,687
United States20138.025,214

Data Sources

  • Numerator data are derived from the New Mexico Electronic HIV & AIDS Reporting System (eHARS) database. HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology Program, Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology & Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: Geospatial and Population Studies Program, University of New Mexico. http://bber.unm.edu/bber_research_demPop.html.
  • U.S. data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. HIV Surveillance Report, (Multiple years and volumes). http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/library/reports/surveillance/.


YearNew Diagnoses per 100,000 PopulationNumer- ator
Record Count: 6
20086.4105
20096.6109
20105.999
20114.476
20125.085
20134.577
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Data Sources

  • Numerator data are derived from the New Mexico Electronic HIV & AIDS Reporting System (eHARS) database. HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology Program, Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology & Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: Geospatial and Population Studies Program, University of New Mexico. http://bber.unm.edu/bber_research_demPop.html.


HIV Infection - New Stage 3 Infections per 100,000 Population, New Mexico, by Public Health Region, 2013

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New Mexico Health RegionNew Stage 3 Infections per 100,000 PopulationNumer- ator
Record Count: 7
Northwest6.111
Northeast5.614
Metro5.037
Southeast2.15
Southwest3.310
New Mexico4.577
US8.025,214

Data Sources

  • Numerator data are derived from the New Mexico Electronic HIV & AIDS Reporting System (eHARS) database. HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology Program, Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology & Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: Geospatial and Population Studies Program, University of New Mexico. http://bber.unm.edu/bber_research_demPop.html.


HIV Infection - New Stage 3 HIV Infections: Percentage of New Stage 3 HIV Infection Within 12 Months of HIV Infection, New Mexico, by Public Health Region, 2013

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confidence limits

New Mexico Health Region% of New Stage 3 HIV Infections Within 12 Mos. of HIV DiagnosisLower LimitUpper LimitNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 6
Northwest41.2%17.8%64.6%717
Northeast34.5%17.2%51.8%1029
Metro22.1%12.2%31.9%1568
Southeast57.1%20.5%93.8%47
Southwest28.0%10.4%45.6%725
New Mexico29.5%22.1%36.8%43146

Data Sources

  • Numerator data are derived from the New Mexico Electronic HIV & AIDS Reporting System (eHARS) database. HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology Program, Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology & Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: Geospatial and Population Studies Program, University of New Mexico. http://bber.unm.edu/bber_research_demPop.html.

References and Community Resources

__References__ # Gottlieb, M.S., ''Pneumocystis pneumonia--Los Angeles.'' 1981. Am J Public Health, 2006. '''96'''(6): p. 980-1; discussion 982-3. # Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ''HIV Surveillance Report, 2013'', 2014, enters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Atlanta, GA USA. p. 1-82. # Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ''HIV Surveillance Report, 2014'', 2015, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Atlanta, GA USA. p. 1-123. # Hutchinson, A.B., et al., ''The economic burden of HIV in the United States in the era of highly active antiretroviral therapy: evidence of continuing racial and ethnic differences''. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, 2006. '''43'''(4): p. 451-7. # New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH), ''Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Stage 3 Infection (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome [AIDS]) Among Adults and Adolescents in New Mexico - 2013'', Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Surveillance and Epidemiology Program, Editor 2015, New Mexico Department of Health: Santa Fe, New Mexico USA. p. 1-32.

More Resources and Links

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Medical literature can be queried at the PubMed website.

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