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Data List for Diabetes Death Rates by County, New Mexico, 2011 - 2013

County Deaths per 100,000 Population Lower Limit Upper Limit Note Numer- ator Denom- inator
Record Count: 35
Bernalillo 25.7 23.6 27.9 541 2,025,020
Catron 21.4 0.0 42.9 very unreliable rate 4 11,230
Chaves 33.3 25.8 40.8 77 198,315
Cibola 54.6 38.6 70.6 46 82,172
Colfax 29.1 16.0 42.3 19 40,587
Curry 41.0 30.3 51.6 57 149,260
De Baca 44.0 5.4 82.5 unreliable rate 5 5,958
Dona Ana 24.6 20.8 28.4 168 643,673
Eddy 32.5 24.3 40.7 61 164,990
Grant 20.0 11.8 28.3 26 88,130
Guadalupe 47.2 16.3 78.1 unreliable rate 9 13,943
Harding 41.5 0.0 99.2 very unreliable rate 2 2,081
Hidalgo 20.2 0.0 44.3 very unreliable rate 3 14,282
Lea 25.1 17.7 32.5 45 200,207
Lincoln 13.8 6.4 21.2 14 61,651
Los Alamos 8.4 1.6 15.1 unreliable rate 6 54,353
Luna 22.6 12.4 32.7 21 75,120
McKinley 60.6 49.1 72.1 110 221,095
Mora 59.0 20.1 97.9 unreliable rate 10 14,508
Otero 29.6 22.3 37.0 64 194,835
Quay 19.2 5.8 32.6 unreliable rate 8 26,597
Rio Arriba 31.6 22.1 41.1 44 120,609
Roosevelt 33.8 18.8 48.6 20 61,304
Sandoval 24.1 19.4 28.8 104 407,545
San Juan 29.3 23.5 35.0 103 383,789
San Miguel 38.0 25.5 50.6 37 87,267
Santa Fe 18.6 14.9 22.4 99 439,729
Sierra 21.1 11.3 30.8 18 35,465
Socorro 58.9 38.5 79.2 33 53,410
Taos 30.8 21.0 40.7 40 99,585
Torrance 16.5 4.8 28.2 unreliable rate 8 48,373
Union 47.1 13.7 80.5 unreliable rate 8 13,561
Valencia 30.5 23.4 37.7 73 231,671
NM 27.5 26.3 28.8 1,883 6,270,316
US 21.2 2012 rate 73,932

Data Notes

Age-adjusted to U.S. 2000 population, except for rates by age group. Diabetes deaths include those with ICD10 codes E10 - E14 and as underlying cause of death.   IMPORTANT: 2011-13 rates for Catron, Harding and Hidalgo counties are very unreliable, while rates for De Baca, Guadalupe, Los Alamos, Quay, Torrance and Union counties are unreliable. This is due to the low number of deaths (<10) in each county in this period. Include the lower and upper rates when using the county rate. Here's an example: Guadalupe County rate is 47.2 diabetes deaths per 100,000. The lower and upper limits (i.e., the 95% confidence limits) for this death rate are 16.3 and 78.1 diabetes deaths per 100,000.

Data Source

New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.

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Definition

A rate defined as the number of deaths attributed to diabetes per 100,000 people, age-adjusted to the 2000 U.S. population; also known as the 'diabetes death rate'.

How We Calculated the Rates

Numerator: Number of deaths among New Mexico residents, per year, due to diabetes as the underlying cause of death.
Denominator: Estimated total number (population) of New Mexico residents in a specific year.

Date Indicator Content Last Updated: 10/31/2014


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Content updated: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 15:00:02 MDT