Query Criteria for the Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis Deaths per 100,000 Population (Age-adjusted) Measure

Single Years Filter: 2015, 2016, 2017
Data Grouped By:Decedent's County of Residence

Data List

Decedent's County of ResidenceDecedent's County of Residence ID Liver Disease Deaths per 100,000 Population (Age-adjusted)95% CI LL95%CI ULNumber of DeathsNumber in the Population (person-years)Statistical Stability
Record Count: 34
Total County.25.223.926.41,7366,308,753-
Bernalillo County120.018.121.94602,038,559-
Catron County319.90.048.2310,821Very Unstable
Chaves County524.117.330.951197,816-
Cibola County650.135.065.34482,162-
Colfax County736.819.254.42138,039-
Curry County926.017.334.636151,004-
De Baca County110.00.060.405,616Unstable
Dona Ana County1318.415.121.8123649,518-
Eddy County1523.216.230.344172,579-
Grant County1721.011.330.62286,329-
Guadalupe County199.90.023.7213,406Very Unstable
Harding County210.00.0163.802,071Unstable
Hidalgo County2312.20.029.5213,440Very Unstable
Lea County2515.39.820.830210,827-
Lincoln County2722.011.732.32259,430-
Los Alamos County286.00.011.9454,939Very Unstable
Luna County2921.811.632.02074,006-
McKinley County3180.667.993.2161220,906-
Mora County3331.60.163.1513,926Very Unstable
Otero County3524.417.431.451196,675-
Quay County3733.28.258.1925,506Unstable
Rio Arriba County3970.655.485.892118,846-
Roosevelt County4113.03.123.0758,666Unstable
Sandoval County4320.616.324.897422,825-
San Juan County4535.028.941.1134386,010-
San Miguel County4736.924.249.63884,349-
Santa Fe County4923.619.128.0124446,484-
Sierra County5130.911.450.31434,089Unstable
Socorro County5320.58.033.01252,106Unstable
Taos County5529.819.040.63599,587-
Torrance County579.32.116.5747,081Unstable
Union County5938.89.468.2712,953Unstable
Valencia County6121.515.727.357228,182-

Data Notes

Rates are age-adjusted chronic liver disease and cirrhosis death rates, ICD-10 codes: K70, K73-K74.

New Mexico Residents

Results include deaths of New Mexico residents, including those whose death occurred outside of New Mexico. Results do not include non-residents who died in New Mexico.

Statistical Stability

Statistical stability, reported in the data table, is based on a statistic called the "Relative Standard Error," or RSE, which is the standard error expressed as a proportion of the point estimate (e.g., 30% of the point estimate). The following conventions are used here to interpret the RSE. * A dash (-) means that the relative standard error (RSE) is below 0.30 and the count or rate may be considered stable. * "Unstable" is displayed when the RSE is 0.30-0.50. An unstable count or rate may fluctuate widely across time periods due to random variation (chance). * "Very Unstable" is displayed when the RSE is greater than 0.50. A very unstable count or rate should not be used to inform decisions. You may combine years or otherwise increase the population size used in the query to achieve a more stable count or rate. Problems with statistical instability typically occur when there is a small number of health events in a small population. For more information on statistical stability, visit the NM-IBIS Reliability & Validity page [https://ibis.health.state.nm.us/resource/ReliabilityValidity.html].

ICD-Codes

ICD Stands for International Classification of Diseases. It is a coding system maintained by the World Health Organization and the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics used to classify causes of death and diagnoses, injury causes, and medical procedures for hospital and emergency department visits. The U.S. is currently using the 10th revision (ICD-10). For list of ICD codes used in NM-IBIS, please visit [https://ibis.health.state.nm.us/view/html/MortICDlists.htm].

Population Estimates

All population estimates apply to July 1 of the selected year. Estimates include decimal fractions. The sum of population subgroup estimates may not exactly equal the overall state population estimate due to rounding error.

Please note that the new, vintage August 20, 2018, estimates are now being used as population denominators for all query modules. The population counts were re-estimated going back to 2010. The new population estimates will cause NM-IBIS to produce rates for the 2010-2017 period that may be slightly different from rates calculated by NM-IBIS prior to 8/24/2018. Any differences are expected to be very small.

Age-adjusted Rates

Data have been directly age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population. NM-IBIS calculated this age-adjusted rate using the direct method. If there were fewer than 25 cases in the analysis, the indirect method of age-adjustment should be used. For more information on age-adjustment, please visit [https://ibis.health.state.nm.us/resource/AARate.html].

NM-IBIS Map Guidance

For guidance on NM-IBIS map categories, please visit [https://ibis.health.state.nm.us/resource/MapChoroClasses.html].

U.S. Data

Comparable data for the U.S. and other states may be found on the CDC's Wide-ranging ONline Data for Epidemiologic Research (CDC WONDER) [https://wonder.cdc.gov].

Data Sources

Data Issues

Death Certificate Data

Death certificates in New Mexico are required to be filed by funeral directors. Funeral directors obtain demographic information from an informant, a close family member of the decedent. The cause of death is certified by the decedent's physician or the physician that attended the death. Accidental and suspicious deaths are certified by the Office of the Medical Investigator. Death certificate data go through extensive edits for completeness and consistency. The DOH Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS) does annual trainings for funeral directors and local registrars.

When death certificates are received the cause of death literals are keyed into software locally by the BVRHS, then shipped to the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) where they are machine coded into ICD-10 cause-of-death codes. NCHS returns the ICD-10 codes to BVRHS where the death records are updated.

Population Data

Population estimates for previous years are occasionally revised as new information becomes available. When publishing trend data, always be sure that your rates for earlier years match current rates on NM-IBIS that have been calculated with the most up-to-date population estimates.

Confidence Intervals for Zero Values

For rates where the count is zero, a numerator of "3" was used to calculate the confidence interval (per Lilienfeld and Stolley, __Foundations of Epidemiology__, 1994, p. 303).

Query Date Time Stamp

These data were queried on: Fri, 26 Apr 2019 05:05:29 MDT
The dataset was last updated on: Fri, 11 Jan 2019 18:17:50 MST
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Content updated: Wed, 30 Jan 2019 17:16:25 MST