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Complete Health Indicator Report of Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths

Definition

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia (underlying cause with ICD10: J09-J18) per 100,000 population, age-adjusted.

Numerator

Number of pneumonia and influenza deaths

Denominator

Number of persons in the population

Why Is This Important?

Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. Illness from influenza viruses can be severe and can lead to complications such as pneumonia and death. (1). Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs due to a variety of causes that can also be severe and lead to complications, including death. Some people, such as older people, young children, and people with certain health conditions, are at higher risk for serious complications and death from influenza and pneumonia. In 2012, Pneumonia and/or influenza were the 10th leading cause of death as underlying causes of death in New Mexico. Among the high risk populations they were the 6th and 8th leading causes for young children (1-4 years) and older adults (85+ years), respectively. (2)

Other Objectives

Related to Healthy People 2020 Objective IID-12: Increase the percentage of children and adults who are vaccinated annually against seasonal influenza. New Mexico Community Health Status Indicator (CHSI)

Evidence-based Practices

Yearly influenza vaccination is a proven way to prevent many individuals from getting the flu and to decrease the severity and complications from flu. It is recommended that everyone 6 months and older receive the vaccine. (3) Certain vaccines help prevent some types of pneumonia. Good hygiene practices can also help prevent respiratory infections such as influenza and pneumonia. Good hygiene for prevention of respiratory infections includes washing your hands regularly, cleaning hard surfaces that are touched often (like doorknobs and countertops), and coughing or sneezing into a tissue or into your elbow or sleeve. You can also reduce your risk of getting pneumonia by staying healthy (preventing chronic illnesses such as diabetes and HIV/AIDS) and limiting exposure to cigarette smoke. (4)


Related Indicators

Health Care System Factors

Yearly influenza vaccination is a proven way to prevent many individuals from getting the flu and to decrease the severity and complications from flu. It is recommended that everyone 6 months and older receive the vaccine. (3)

Related Health Care System Factors Indicators:




Graphical Data Views

Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths, New Mexico and U.S., 1999-2017

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NM vs. U.S.YearDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 37
New Mexico199920.418.122.63211,798,161
New Mexico200018.216.120.32981,828,596
New Mexico200122.720.425.03811,851,525
New Mexico200221.219.023.43671,874,593
New Mexico200318.316.420.33251,897,658
New Mexico200416.414.518.22991,920,756
New Mexico200518.816.820.73511,943,827
New Mexico200618.816.820.73571,966,890
New Mexico200717.916.019.83491,989,996
New Mexico200816.915.118.73412,013,064
New Mexico200916.414.618.13372,036,124
New Mexico201013.812.215.42882,065,194
New Mexico201116.314.618.03502,081,550
New Mexico201212.611.114.02832,092,246
New Mexico201314.613.016.23322,096,134
New Mexico201416.214.617.93802,099,510
New Mexico201513.612.115.13232,102,646
New Mexico201614.513.016.03512,103,586
New Mexico201713.512.115.03382,102,521
United States199923.523.323.763,730279,040,168
United States200023.723.623.965,313281,421,906
United States200122.222.022.462,034284,968,955
United States200223.223.023.365,681287,625,193
United States200322.622.422.765,163290,107,933
United States200420.420.220.559,664292,805,298
United States200521.020.921.263,001295,516,599
United States200618.418.318.656,326298,379,912
United States200716.816.717.052,717301,231,207
United States200817.617.517.756,284304,093,966
United States200916.516.416.753,692306,771,529
United States201015.115.015.250,097308,745,538
United States201115.715.615.953,826311,591,917
United States201214.414.314.650,636313,914,040
United States201315.915.716.056,979316,128,839
United States201415.115.015.355,227318,857,056
United States201515.215.115.457,062321,418,820
United States201613.513.413.651,537323,127,513

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.   Death rates have been age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC WONDER Online Database (http://wonder.cdc.gov).


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by Year and Age Group, New Mexico, 1999-2017

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Age: Four Age Groups, 0-14, 15-44, 45-64, 65+YearDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 76
1. 0-14 Years19990.50.01.1Very Unstable2417,471
1. 0-14 Years20000.70.01.5Very Unstable3421,300
1. 0-14 Years20011.90.63.2Unstable8422,173
1. 0-14 Years20020.70.01.5Very Unstable3423,041
1. 0-14 Years20031.40.32.6Unstable6423,907
1. 0-14 Years20040.50.01.1Very Unstable2424,777
1. 0-14 Years20050.70.01.5Very Unstable3425,643
1. 0-14 Years20061.20.12.2Unstable5426,511
1. 0-14 Years20070.90.01.8Unstable4427,383
1. 0-14 Years20080.70.01.5Very Unstable3428,249
1. 0-14 Years20092.30.93.8Unstable10429,114
1. 0-14 Years20101.20.12.2Unstable5430,325
1. 0-14 Years20111.20.12.2Unstable5431,241
1. 0-14 Years20120.50.01.1Very Unstable2429,496
1. 0-14 Years20130.50.01.1Very Unstable2426,141
1. 0-14 Years20140.00.00.8Unstable0421,754
1. 0-14 Years20151.00.01.9Unstable4417,268
1. 0-14 Years20160.70.01.6Very Unstable3411,919
1. 0-14 Years20170.50.01.2Very Unstable2407,339
2. 15-44 Years19991.00.31.7Unstable8777,404
2. 15-44 Years20001.40.62.2Unstable11785,310
2. 15-44 Years20011.70.82.613787,553
2. 15-44 Years20021.80.82.714789,827
2. 15-44 Years20032.01.03.016792,092
2. 15-44 Years20041.10.41.9Unstable9794,377
2. 15-44 Years20052.61.53.821796,642
2. 15-44 Years20061.30.52.0Unstable10798,912
2. 15-44 Years20072.71.63.922801,195
2. 15-44 Years20082.41.33.419803,466
2. 15-44 Years20093.22.04.526805,735
2. 15-44 Years20101.70.82.614810,546
2. 15-44 Years20112.71.63.822815,432
2. 15-44 Years20121.10.41.8Unstable9819,227
2. 15-44 Years20131.50.62.312820,174
2. 15-44 Years20143.01.84.225820,043
2. 15-44 Years20152.01.02.916818,947
2. 15-44 Years20162.81.74.023817,930
2. 15-44 Years20171.20.52.0Unstable10816,228
3. 45-64 Years19995.63.38.022391,790
3. 45-64 Years20004.92.87.120405,412
3. 45-64 Years20018.35.611.135419,757
3. 45-64 Years20028.35.611.036434,111
3. 45-64 Years20037.85.210.435448,467
3. 45-64 Years20048.96.211.641462,823
3. 45-64 Years200510.37.413.149477,177
3. 45-64 Years20069.46.612.146491,528
3. 45-64 Years20079.97.112.650505,889
3. 45-64 Years200810.27.412.953520,241
3. 45-64 Years200911.08.213.859534,595
3. 45-64 Years20105.33.47.229550,118
3. 45-64 Years20118.05.610.344552,766
3. 45-64 Years20127.55.29.841547,803
3. 45-64 Years20139.87.112.453542,429
3. 45-64 Years201413.910.817.175538,057
3. 45-64 Years20158.86.311.347534,353
3. 45-64 Years201611.58.614.461530,186
3. 45-64 Years201711.38.414.159523,887
4. 65+ Years1999136.6120.9152.4289211,497
4. 65+ Years2000121.9107.2136.6264216,574
4. 65+ Years2001146.4130.5162.3325222,042
4. 65+ Years2002138.0122.7153.2314227,614
4. 65+ Years2003114.9101.2128.7268233,193
4. 65+ Years2004103.490.6116.3247238,780
4. 65+ Years2005113.8100.4127.1278244,365
4. 65+ Years2006118.4105.0131.9296249,939
4. 65+ Years2007106.894.2119.5273255,529
4. 65+ Years2008101.989.6114.1266261,108
4. 65+ Years200990.779.3102.2242266,681
4. 65+ Years201087.576.598.6240274,205
4. 65+ Years201198.987.3110.5279282,111
4. 65+ Years201278.168.088.2231295,719
4. 65+ Years201386.275.896.6265307,390
4. 65+ Years201487.677.397.8280319,657
4. 65+ Years201577.167.686.5256332,077
4. 65+ Years201676.867.686.1264343,551
4. 65+ Years201775.266.284.2267355,067

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by Age Group and Sex, New Mexico, 2015-2017

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Sex: Males vs. FemalesAge GroupDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 8
Male0 to 140.60.01.3Unstable4630,096
Male15 to 441.91.22.7241,255,163
Male45 to 6411.79.314.190767,721
Male65 and over85.176.893.5401470,946
Female0 to 140.80.11.6Unstable5606,430
Female15 to 442.11.32.9251,197,943
Female45 to 649.47.311.577820,706
Female65 and over69.062.175.8386559,749

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by County, New Mexico, 2013-2017

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CountyDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 35
Bernalillo12.811.613.94763,391,730
Catron2.40.07.2Warning, value very unstable118,373
Chaves16.012.120.065330,898
Cibola21.713.829.530137,646
Colfax16.27.325.21565,706
Curry15.910.820.938252,120
De Baca21.60.047.2Warning, value very unstable39,673
Dona Ana13.411.215.51481,080,117
Eddy15.010.719.348282,115
Grant15.510.120.838146,320
Guadalupe8.70.018.5Warning, value very unstable322,763
Harding0.00.098.6Warning, value is unstable03,442
Hidalgo13.91.626.2Warning, value is unstable523,116
Lea14.910.519.345344,169
Lincoln8.63.913.314101,205
Los Alamos12.46.218.61690,230
Luna17.410.824.030124,311
McKinley30.824.437.292370,992
Mora11.80.023.6Warning, value very unstable423,793
Otero11.98.415.446326,851
Quay20.510.030.91543,297
Rio Arriba20.314.326.346199,981
Roosevelt11.95.218.71299,982
Sandoval16.313.219.3113691,947
San Juan14.211.217.191628,595
San Miguel15.59.621.528142,799
Santa Fe9.27.211.287738,799
Sierra31.320.642.03957,790
Socorro16.88.724.81787,975
Taos11.36.915.727166,772
Torrance14.86.622.9Warning, value is unstable1479,181
Union21.43.339.6622,192
Valencia14.410.618.2Warning, value is unstable57383,531
New Mexico14.213.514.91,66910,488,411
U.S.13.5

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.   Death rates have been age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC WONDER Online Database (http://wonder.cdc.gov).


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by Health Region, New Mexico, 2017

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New Mexico Health RegionDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 6
Northwest17.812.223.440228,057
Northeast12.79.116.352295,220
Metro12.110.014.2131914,050
Southeast12.48.516.240293,454
Southwest16.412.620.275371,741

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.   Death rates have been age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC WONDER Online Database (http://wonder.cdc.gov).


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by Urban and Rural Counties, New Mexico, 2017

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Urban Versus Rural CountiesDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 5
Metropolitan Counties12.110.014.2131914,050
Small Metro Counties12.99.916.073494,456
Mixed Urban-Rural15.412.418.4107601,051
Rural Counties17.310.424.32792,964
New Mexico13.512.115.03382,102,521

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.   Death rates have been age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC WONDER Online Database (http://wonder.cdc.gov).


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by Race/Ethnicity, New Mexico, 2013-2017

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Race/EthnicityDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 6
American Indian/Alaska Native30.426.234.6211948,552
Asian/Pacific Islander9.84.515.114173,586
Black/African American6.52.610.4Unstable11223,654
Hispanic13.812.614.95775,058,436
White13.212.314.19094,100,169
New Mexico14.513.815.21,72410,504,397

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.   Death rates have been age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC WONDER Online Database (http://wonder.cdc.gov).


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by 5-Year Groups and Race/Ethnicity, New Mexico, 1999-2017

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Race/Ethnicity, DOHYearDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 75
American Indian/Alaska Native1999-200333.928.439.3157856,725
American Indian/Alaska Native2000-200431.826.537.1147846,994
American Indian/Alaska Native2001-200534.128.739.5161854,762
American Indian/Alaska Native2002-200630.625.535.6148862,452
American Indian/Alaska Native2003-200731.526.436.6158870,041
American Indian/Alaska Native2004-200830.925.935.8159877,527
American Indian/Alaska Native2005-200933.628.538.6183884,910
American Indian/Alaska Native2006-201033.728.738.7186892,421
American Indian/Alaska Native2007-201136.131.041.2205901,351
American Indian/Alaska Native2008-201235.830.840.9209910,079
American Indian/Alaska Native2009-201336.531.541.4217918,989
American Indian/Alaska Native2010-201435.931.040.8218928,214
American Indian/Alaska Native2011-201533.929.238.5214937,291
American Indian/Alaska Native2012-201632.127.736.6212943,181
American Indian/Alaska Native2013-201730.426.234.6211948,552
Asian/Pacific Islander1999-20036.30.015.0Very Unstable2116,381
Asian/Pacific Islander2000-20048.30.017.7Very Unstable3116,150
Asian/Pacific Islander2001-20056.70.014.4Very Unstable3120,548
Asian/Pacific Islander2002-20063.60.08.6Very Unstable2125,011
Asian/Pacific Islander2003-20074.00.08.8Very Unstable3129,539
Asian/Pacific Islander2004-20085.90.012.2Very Unstable4134,132
Asian/Pacific Islander2005-20097.60.614.6Unstable5138,790
Asian/Pacific Islander2006-201010.52.718.3Unstable8143,673
Asian/Pacific Islander2007-201115.76.724.713148,625
Asian/Pacific Islander2008-201213.95.822.112153,635
Asian/Pacific Islander2009-201315.77.523.815158,433
Asian/Pacific Islander2010-201414.47.121.816162,804
Asian/Pacific Islander2011-201511.14.917.413166,826
Asian/Pacific Islander2012-201610.54.816.214170,381
Asian/Pacific Islander2013-20179.84.515.114173,586
Black1999-200313.57.020.017180,146
Black2000-200415.78.722.820181,590
Black2001-200519.711.827.625185,018
Black2002-200619.311.627.025188,496
Black2003-200718.711.226.225192,017
Black2004-200821.213.329.129195,588
Black2005-200918.911.526.326199,207
Black2006-201015.89.222.423203,191
Black2007-201114.48.220.522206,922
Black2008-201214.78.620.923210,264
Black2009-20139.94.914.916213,424
Black2010-201411.46.216.719216,389
Black2011-201510.95.816.118218,767
Black2012-20169.44.814.216221,100
Black2013-20176.52.610.4Unstable11223,654
Hispanic1999-200320.218.322.04783,940,513
Hispanic2000-200419.517.721.34814,046,079
Hispanic2001-200519.918.121.65104,136,274
Hispanic2002-200620.518.822.35464,227,415
Hispanic2003-200719.818.121.55494,319,473
Hispanic2004-200819.217.620.85584,412,435
Hispanic2005-200918.817.220.45724,506,291
Hispanic2006-201017.616.119.15564,600,896
Hispanic2007-201115.914.517.35234,691,735
Hispanic2008-201214.513.215.84934,776,186
Hispanic2009-201313.912.715.24904,851,193
Hispanic2010-201413.812.615.05064,915,924
Hispanic2011-201513.612.414.85244,970,891
Hispanic2012-201613.512.314.65445,018,443
Hispanic2013-201713.812.614.95775,058,436
White1999-200319.318.120.41,0384,156,770
White2000-200418.517.319.61,0194,182,315
White2001-200518.317.119.41,0244,191,759
White2002-200617.116.018.29784,200,351
White2003-200716.215.217.39434,208,058
White2004-200815.914.917.09444,214,852
White2005-200915.814.716.89444,220,704
White2006-201014.613.615.68934,231,088
White2007-201114.413.415.38964,237,295
White2008-201213.412.514.48594,238,015
White2009-201313.012.113.98494,229,209
White2010-201413.212.314.18734,211,302
White2011-201513.412.514.38994,178,310
White2012-201613.012.113.88824,141,017
White2013-201713.212.314.19094,100,169

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by Small Area, New Mexico, 2012-2016

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Small AreaDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 110
1-Bernalillo County, Central Penn18.711.326.225139,434
2-Bernalillo County, Central Tabo8.33.912.714157,420
3-Bernalillo County, East Gateway6.52.210.8Unstable998,426
4-Bernalillo County, Lomas San Mateo10.55.915.023103,045
5-Bernalillo County, Lomas Girard13.15.720.51375,436
6-Bernalillo County, Gibson University1.90.05.5Very Unstable165,552
7-Bernalillo County, Rio Bravo Second17.24.230.2Unstable748,707
8-Bernalillo County, Lomas Broadway11.85.318.313103,091
9-Military Bases0.00.05.9Unstable057,532
10-Bernalillo County, Isleta Gun Club10.73.018.4Unstable869,201
11-Bernalillo County, Arenal Unser13.50.030.8Very Unstable385,684
12-Bernalillo County, Chavez OneEighteenth6.70.016.0Very Unstable3125,867
13-Bernalillo County, Southwest40.315.864.7Unstable1163,719
14-Bernalillo County, Arenal Tapia11.65.218.01398,747
15-Bernalillo County, Central Coors9.53.815.2Unstable11113,985
16-Bernalillo County, So. Ninetyeight15.35.724.9Unstable12145,185
17-Bernalillo County, No. Ninetyeight17.07.826.214128,966
18-Bernalillo County, Montano Rio Grande9.63.615.6Unstable1062,250
19-Bernalillo County, Candelaria Second15.47.822.91687,146
20-Bernalillo County, Comanche Carlysle7.62.013.3Unstable788,725
21-Bernalillo County, Indian School Pennsylvania13.69.118.039130,516
22-Bernalillo County, Indian School Juan Tabo16.29.423.022100,507
23-Bernalillo County, Montgomery Louisiana12.97.018.720109,741
24-Bernalillo County, Montgomery Moon9.03.114.9Unstable965,145
25-Bernalillo County, Comanche Juan Tabo12.76.319.11691,294
26-Bernalillo County, Paseo Louisiana15.79.422.124101,735
27-Bernalillo County, Paseo Ventura14.18.619.626141,441
28-Bernalillo County, East Mountain12.04.619.5Unstable1296,709
29-Bernalillo County, Del Norte18.78.129.31397,940
30-Bernalillo County, Montano Coors18.06.929.0Unstable1166,571
31-Bernalillo County, Alameda Coors9.32.216.5Unstable7119,651
32-Bernalillo County, Alameda Edith17.19.524.720102,169
33-Bernalillo County, Academy Tramway7.94.411.423141,324
34-Bernalillo County, Irving Unser13.05.620.512141,374
35-Chaves County, Roswell N.W.15.510.520.538160,391
36-Chaves County, Roswell S.E.18.99.628.21681,675
37-Chaves County, Other13.24.521.9Unstable988,343
38-Cibola County22.114.330.031137,215
39-Colfax/Union Counties17.69.425.82187,769
40-Curry County, Clovis West18.58.828.31481,289
41-Curry County, Clovis East11.45.417.414108,039
42-Dona Ana County, Anthony Berino Chaparral8.62.015.2Unstable7119,457
43-Dona Ana County, Central Las Cruces23.414.332.42793,169
44-Dona Ana County, Dona Ana Fort Selden13.16.220.014120,723
45-Dona Ana County, Hatch and Surrounding Area12.14.220.1Unstable960,687
46-Dona Ana County, Las Alturas Talavera9.33.714.9Unstable1165,017
47-Dona Ana County, Mesilla Picacho Mesilla Park9.02.315.7Unstable760,523
48-Dona Ana County, Northwest Las Cruces17.710.524.824130,278
49-Dona Ana County, Sonoma Butterfield Moongate11.86.217.517143,434
50-Dona Ana County, South Valley10.53.217.9Unstable873,830
51-Dona Ana County, Sunland Park13.95.622.1Unstable1195,788
52-Dona Ana County, South Las Cruces15.76.624.812106,758
53-Eddy County, Carlsbad12.67.517.824149,166
54-Eddy County, Other16.29.123.420132,529
55-Grant County, Silver City14.57.921.02084,011
56-Hidalgo County/Grant County, Other16.29.023.52385,176
57-Lea County, Hobbs No.13.26.020.313106,084
58-Lea County, Hobbs So.14.24.124.3Unstable872,358
59-Lea County, Other14.48.320.522165,214
60-Lincoln County8.84.013.614101,056
61-Los Alamos County12.66.318.81690,096
62-Luna County17.711.024.430124,128
63-McKinley County, Gallup18.210.525.922124,396
64-McKinley County, NW35.520.550.42282,217
65-McKinley County, SW32.418.945.82499,108
66-McKinley County, Other39.621.258.01864,223
67-San Miguel County, Las Vegas25.114.935.22578,078
68-San Miguel County, Pecos/Villanueva2.60.07.8Very Unstable143,256
69-Mora/Guadalupe/San Miguel East9.13.015.2Unstable967,745
70-Otero County, Alamogordo N.E.11.86.017.51790,734
71-Otero County, Alamogordo S.W.9.13.115.1Unstable978,832
72-Otero County, Other13.97.420.518141,024
73-Quay/DeBaca/Harding Counties18.49.727.11856,339
74-Rio Arriba, Espanola and Pueblos18.612.025.331140,177
75-Rio Arriba, North18.57.129.9Unstable1159,412
76-Roosevelt County/Curry County, Other13.67.519.719150,168
77-San Juan County, Farmington North8.62.914.2Unstable983,679
78-San Juan County, Farmington Southeast6.60.812.3Unstable576,400
79-San Juan County, Farmington West/Kirtland/La Plata10.34.616.013120,206
80-San Juan County, North/Aztec17.09.824.222126,882
81-San Juan County, Northeast/Bloomfield6.70.712.6Unstable579,628
82-San Juan County, South24.612.436.91678,672
83-San Juan County, West35.720.950.62383,438
84-Sandoval County, Rio Rancho Blvd, No.22.613.232.024150,213
85-Sandoval County, Rio Rancho Blvd, So.15.910.121.73174,540
86-Sandoval County, Rio Rancho West5.10.210.1Unstable5129,404
87-Sandoval County, Rio Rancho So.17.99.826.119118,741
88-Sandoval County, Bernalillo/Placitas7.01.212.7Unstable675,966
89-Sandoval County, Corrales9.10.817.4Unstable543,429
90-Sandoval County Other East23.17.738.4Unstable948,194
91-Sandoval County Other West32.015.648.31650,430
92-Santa Fe County, East Foothills + Eldorado8.02.313.6Unstable9117,864
93-Santa Fe County, Opera Vicinity4.70.58.8Unstable571,240
94-Santa Fe County, Pueblos Plus8.03.112.9Unstable1199,725
95-Santa Fe Co., Agua Fria Neighborhood + Downtown13.88.918.833119,631
96-Santa Fe County, Agua Fria Village12.12.621.5Unstable769,847
97-Santa Fe, Bellamah/Stamm11.05.516.61691,112
98-Santa Fe County, Airport Road9.40.019.7Very Unstable490,877
99-Santa Fe County, South3.80.08.6Very Unstable377,409
101-Sierra/Catron Counties25.917.134.74176,051
102-Socorro County16.88.824.91787,846
103-Torrance County13.45.721.11379,065
104-Taos County, Northwest17.46.628.2Unstable1047,097
105-Taos County, Downtown and High Road10.55.415.618119,428
106-Valencia County, Los Lunas13.44.921.8Unstable1081,129
107-Valencia County, NE11.03.718.3Unstable980,367
108-Valencia County, SE15.88.423.118115,047
109-Valencia County, West and Belen15.58.522.519106,422
New Mexico14.013.414.71,64210,494,122
United States14.814.814.9271,4411,593,446,268

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.   Death rates have been age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC WONDER Online Database (http://wonder.cdc.gov).


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by State Senate District, New Mexico, 2012-2016

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Senate DistrictDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 43
Senate District 0110.26.114.225225,251
Senate District 0211.37.015.628227,024
Senate District 0327.219.734.752222,687
Senate District 0425.218.232.252254,239
Senate District 0514.110.118.149248,069
Senate District 0611.98.115.740248,559
Senate District 0716.712.021.549249,350
Senate District 0818.213.223.254229,583
Senate District 0916.412.120.857250,413
Senate District 1010.25.814.722257,262
Senate District 1111.45.417.416255,939
Senate District 1216.611.222.038236,001
Senate District 1316.511.821.447250,420
Senate District 148.74.412.917257,167
Senate District 1514.210.118.350238,596
Senate District 1610.16.513.831223,531
Senate District 1716.711.522.042242,275
Senate District 1811.17.814.348250,958
Senate District 198.14.811.327249,730
Senate District 2010.46.913.836256,209
Senate District 2115.310.919.649239,993
Senate District 2230.121.838.454243,549
Senate District 2313.67.819.423271,034
Senate District 2410.26.114.326259,701
Senate District 2510.16.813.346255,481
Senate District 2613.88.619.028250,316
Senate District 2715.911.120.843245,557
Senate District 2814.310.118.554241,666
Senate District 2918.412.923.944249,994
Senate District 3018.112.923.447247,546
Senate District 319.75.613.822256,217
Senate District 3221.015.027.048248,930
Senate District 3311.27.814.642247,531
Senate District 349.35.812.828262,562
Senate District 3521.016.225.983242,814
Senate District 3617.011.822.243251,985
Senate District 3712.17.816.432268,415
Senate District 3817.111.822.540232,688
Senate District 3910.86.415.126234,952
Senate District 4016.210.821.537264,050
Senate District 4114.29.219.332262,775
Senate District 4215.510.720.440263,740
New Mexico, Overall14.413.715.11,66710,414,759

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.   Rates for state legislative (senate and house) districts use geocoded mortality data for counts and U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey estimates for population counts. The numerator and denominator counts may differ from other NM-IBIS death data views.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. http://factfinder.census.gov.


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by State House District, New Mexico, 2012-2016

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House DistrictDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 71
House District 0111.86.517.120144,514
House District 027.73.112.2Unstable11136,751
House District 0313.06.919.019130,781
House District 0412.35.519.114140,633
House District 0534.124.443.848153,500
House District 0621.113.328.829160,658
House District 0714.57.421.617145,122
House District 0817.310.424.225149,539
House District 0933.122.144.037128,842
House District 1011.55.118.013152,727
House District 1117.811.324.330148,334
House District 127.93.112.7Unstable11158,974
House District 1311.01.720.2Unstable8163,722
House District 1415.17.822.319142,516
House District 1514.99.120.627148,023
House District 1614.98.821.123155,839
House District 1714.79.020.426144,759
House District 1811.25.317.015137,018
House District 1917.811.624.139141,433
House District 2013.78.419.126158,317
House District 219.53.715.2Unstable11150,850
House District 229.24.414.016149,230
House District 2314.08.719.228160,433
House District 2413.59.117.841149,871
House District 2513.17.718.626145,904
House District 266.51.012.0Unstable6137,979
House District 2714.29.419.034144,012
House District 2810.56.114.923151,428
House District 2913.05.021.1Unstable11175,376
House District 3013.68.318.926140,516
House District 318.33.812.914155,681
House District 3216.710.922.635144,230
House District 3312.26.617.820150,556
House District 3413.77.420.118156,098
House District 3516.59.823.224153,743
House District 3619.610.428.821144,530
House District 3714.58.520.527162,381
House District 3824.117.430.959141,465
House District 3920.213.027.439144,614
House District 4014.28.320.223140,284
House District 4113.48.318.429150,179
House District 4212.07.116.926146,409
House District 4312.77.218.221138,063
House District 4420.713.727.834152,131
House District 4511.25.017.414151,685
House District 4610.15.015.217148,842
House District 479.54.814.219154,526
House District 4813.68.818.532155,444
House District 4911.56.616.422143,102
House District 5011.25.716.720144,291
House District 5111.26.516.022150,232
House District 527.93.212.7Unstable11144,425
House District 539.32.316.2Unstable8154,075
House District 5416.69.823.324149,609
House District 5514.89.320.229155,063
House District 5611.86.716.824141,338
House District 5710.02.517.4Unstable9169,334
House District 5819.211.527.024142,580
House District 5914.99.720.133144,919
House District 6017.610.624.724148,204
House District 6115.88.922.721149,540
House District 6214.37.820.719162,788
House District 6314.78.321.021139,657
House District 6415.99.722.026163,105
House District 6527.917.338.430142,456
House District 6614.68.720.427149,740
House District 6718.812.025.534140,097
House District 6812.36.518.217156,494
House District 6930.220.839.740141,902
House District 7017.611.323.931143,324
New Mexico, Overall14.413.715.11,66710,414,733

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.   Rates for state legislative (senate and house) districts use geocoded mortality data for counts and U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey estimates for population counts. The numerator and denominator counts may differ from other NM-IBIS death data views.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. http://factfinder.census.gov.


Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths by U.S. States, 2017

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StateDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 52
Alabama20.219.021.41,1764,874,747
Alaska11.78.915.166739,795
Arizona10.19.510.88767,016,270
Arkansas19.818.321.27203,004,279
California14.614.214.96,34039,536,653
Colorado10.19.311.05775,607,154
Connecticut13.112.114.16753,588,184
Delaware14.912.717.1184961,939
District of Columbia11.49.014.379693,972
Florida9.69.310.03,05720,984,400
Georgia13.813.014.51,40010,429,379
Hawaii29.627.332.06371,427,538
Idaho13.712.015.42551,716,943
Illinois15.615.016.22,40212,802,023
Indiana13.812.914.61,0786,666,818
Iowa13.212.114.35783,145,711
Kansas15.013.716.35462,913,123
Kentucky18.116.919.29324,454,189
Louisiana15.114.016.27854,684,333
Maine15.213.416.93011,335,907
Maryland14.013.214.99906,052,177
Massachucetts15.915.016.71,4336,859,819
Michigan14.213.514.91,7989,962,311
Minnesota9.99.210.76975,576,606
Mississippi23.021.324.67822,984,100
Missouri16.715.817.61,2816,113,532
Montana13.311.415.31851,050,493
Nebraska16.114.517.83931,920,076
Nevada19.618.021.16362,998,039
New Hampshire13.111.414.92301,342,795
New Jersey11.711.012.31,3379,005,644
New Mexico13.612.115.13382,088,070
New York17.717.118.24,51719,849,399
North Carolina17.516.818.32,07610,273,419
North Dakota15.312.717.8147755,393
Ohio14.914.315.52,24311,658,609
Oklahoma13.912.815.06253,930,864
Oregon11.110.212.05734,142,776
Pennsylvania14.614.015.12,71812,805,537
Rhode Island13.911.915.82061,059,639
South Carolina12.311.413.27235,024,369
South Dakota19.016.421.6217869,666
Tennessee21.320.322.31,6566,715,984
Texas11.210.811.62,95428,304,596
Utah13.311.914.83343,101,833
Vermont9.77.712.086623,657
Virginia13.112.313.81,2458,470,020
Washington12.611.813.41,0417,405,743
West Virginia18.216.519.84581,815,857
Wisconsin12.912.113.89745,795,483
Wyoming17.514.320.8115579,315
United States14.3

Data Notes

Deaths from influenza and pneumonia include all deaths with an underlying cause with ICD10 codes J09-J18. ICD10 codes are classifications of diseases and signs, symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances and external causes of injury or diseases. Underlying causes of death are diseases or injuries that initiated the chain of events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury.   Death rates have been age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population.

Data Source

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC WONDER Online Database (http://wonder.cdc.gov).

References and Community Resources

References: (1) Seasonal Influenza: The Disease. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Downloaded from: http://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/disease/ on 10/8/2013. (2) Query Results for Mortality Data, Years 1999 to 2012. Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics. New Mexico Department of Health. Downloaded from: http://ibis.health.state.nm.us/query/result/mort/MortCntyICD10/Top10Count.html on 10/8/2013. 3) Preventing seasonal flu with Vaccination. Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Downloaded from: http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/vaccine/index.htm on 10/8/2013. 4) Pneumonia Can Be Prevented: Vaccines Can Help. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Downloaded from: http://www.cdc.gov/Features/Pneumonia/ on 10/8/2013.

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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