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Query Builder for Trauma Registry Data - Number of Encounters per 100,000 Population

New Mexico Trauma Registry

The New Mexico Trauma Registry contains information on injury hospital and emergency department visits. The information is abstracted by staff in all participating New Mexico hospitals, including designated and developing trauma centers and hospitals that participate voluntarily. Patients in the New Mexico Trauma Registry are those who were admitted to a participating hospital with a primary diagnosis of injury. This also includes patients with injury diagnoses who were transferred to the hospital via EMS, patients who were discharged from the hospital emergency department with orders of inpatient admission after a stay of 24 hours, and injury deaths in transit to or in a participating hospital or emergency department.

Getting Started

* Follow the steps to FILTER the data to a subpopulation (or leave the data unfiltered for statewide results), AND to select how to CLASSIFY variables, such as age and geography, that you want to use in the last step. * Use the last step, "How to display the data," to choose HOW TO GROUP your results and to make map and graph choices.
* When you are done selecting your query criteria, click "Submit" to get your query result.
  • Filter the dataset to injury cause(s) or intent(s) if desired.


  • If you'd like to display your results by geographic areas, choose one of the selections, below, and then also select "Geography" in the final step, "How to display the data."

  • What years do you want to select?









  • Select months

  • You may drill-down in this section to filter your selections to desired age, sex, race or Hispanic ethnicity population. Skip if no filter is desired.

    • If you'd like to display your results by age groups, choose from one of the age groupings, below, and then also select "Age Group" in the final step, "How to display the data."

    • Choose from the selections below if you'd like to filter your dataset to only males or females.

    • Choose from the selections below if you'd like to filter your dataset to one or more race groups.

  • Filter the dataset to health system features if desired.

The data and information provided through the NM-IBIS Query System are intended to support any individuals or entities engaged in activities designed solely to enhance the well-being of a specific community, which may include State of New Mexico. Allowed activities include informing evidence-based decision making in New Mexico to plan and improve health service delivery, evaluate health care interventions and systems, and inform health policy decisions. Other uses are not permissible.

As an NM-IBIS Query System user, I AGREE TO:
  1. Use the data for statistical reporting and analysis only.
  2. Avoid any attempt to identify or contact individual(s) represented in the NM-IBIS query system data.
  3. Avoid disclosure or use of the identity of any individual(s) discovered inadvertently.
  4. Avoid linkage of IBIS-PH query system data with other data that, after linkage, might allow identification of an individual represented in the IBIS-PH query system data.
  5. Use appropriate safeguards to prevent the identification of any individual(s) represented in the data, including when disclosing NM-IBIS Query System data to others.
  6. Report IMMEDIATELY any inadvertent or intentional identity disclosures or violations of this agreement of which I become aware to the Epidemiology and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health, (505) 827-5274.

The information provided above is from the New Mexico Department of Health's NM-IBIS web site (http://ibis.health.state.nm.us). The information published on this website may be reproduced without permission. Please use the following citation: "Retrieved Fri, 24 May 2019 from New Mexico Department of Health, Indicator-Based Information System for Public Health Web site: http://ibis.health.state.nm.us".

Content updated: Thu, 9 Mar 2017 16:26:32 MST