Mortality Coronary heart disease deaths (rate per 100,000 persons)

The age adjusted coronary heart disease death rate for Dona Ana County, NM is:

Shape of status 97.9 (per 100,000)

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usa median dashes line US Median: 126.7 Healthy People 2020 solid blue line Healthy People 2020 Target: 103.4
Order County Estimate 95% CI
1 Hall, GA 83.3 77.6 - 89.0
2 Lanier, GA 83.8 61.1 - 112.1
3 Dona Ana, NM 97.9 92.5 - 103.3
4 Whitfield, GA 99.4 91.4 - 107.4
5 Yuma, AZ 99.9 94.6 - 105.1
6 Imperial, CA 111.4 104.6 - 118.1
7 Dakota, NE 118.9 100.9 - 136.8
8 Kings, CA 124.5 116.0 - 133.1
9 Franklin, WA 127.4 114.2 - 140.6
10 Webb, TX 130.5 123.5 - 137.5
11 Sutter, CA 136.6 127.6 - 145.7
12 Merced, CA 141.9 135.4 - 148.4
13 Madera, CA 144.8 136.9 - 152.8
14 Potter, TX 147.9 139.4 - 156.5
15 Cumberland, NJ 152.7 145.5 - 159.9
16 Yuba, CA 165.9 152.8 - 178.9
17 Yakima, WA 175.2 168.7 - 181.8
18 Ector, TX 209.6 199.1 - 220.1

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Significance

Together, heart disease and stroke are among the most widespread and costly health problems facing the Nation today, accounting for more than $500 billion in health care expenditures and related expenses in 2010 alone.

CITATION: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Healthy People 2020. Washington, DC. Available at http://www.healthypeople.gov

Description

Coronary heart disease death rate

Numerator

Number of coronary heart disease-related deaths (ICD-10 codes I20-I25).

Denominator

Number of persons.

Methodology

Heart disease death rates are calculated as the number of deaths assigned to ICD-10 codes I20-I25 per 100,000 population, age adjusted to the 2000 standard population.

Death rates are calculated based on the sum of the resident populations for each of the data years involved (e.g. the denominator of a rate for 2008-2010 combined is the sum of the population estimates for 2008, 2009, and 2010). For census years (e.g. 2010), population counts enumerated as of April 1 are used. For all other years, populations estimates as of July 1 are used. Postcensal population estimates are used in rate calculations for years after a census year and match the data year vintage (e.g. July 1, 2011 resident population estimates from Vintage 2011 are used as the denominator for 2011 rates). Intercensal population estimates are used in rate calculations for the years between censuses (e.g. 1991-1999, 2001-2009). Race-specific population estimates for 1991 and later use bridged-race categories.

Data Source

National Vital Statistics System-Mortality (NVSS-M) Accessed from: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. Health Indicators Warehouse.

Populations

Total, Race/Ethnicity, Age, Sex

Data Years

2005-2011
By Age Dona Ana Peer Median US Median
Aged <18 years DSU DSU DSU
Aged 18-44 years 4.1 6.0 7.4
Aged 45-64 years 78.3 91.9 105.1
Aged 65 years and over 586.6 844.8 804.1

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By Race/Ethnicity Dona Ana Peer Median US Median
American Indian or Alaska Native DSU243.1 147.6
Asian or Pacific Islander DSU97.5 64.4
Black or African American DSU157.5 143.4
White 99.3 129.5 126.4
Hispanic or Latino 88.5 93.8 89.8
Not Hispanic or Latino 106.2 142.1 127.8

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By Sex Dona Ana Peer Median US Median
Male 138.5 167.4 169.7
Female 64.1 104.1 94.8

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DSU indicates that data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality and therefore data are suppressed.

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This indicator does not have any associated indicators

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