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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics. Injury Data and Resources for School-Age Children . Manon A. Boudreault, MPH and Lois A. Fingerhut, MA NCHS Data Users Conference, July 2004. Overview.

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

National Center for Health Statistics

Injury Data and Resources for

School-Age Children

Manon A. Boudreault, MPH and Lois A. Fingerhut, MA

NCHS Data Users Conference, July 2004


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Overview

  • Burden of Injury

  • Trend Statistics

  • Data and Resources


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Unintentional Injury

Homicide

Malignant Neoplasms

Congenital

Anomalies

Suicide

Homicide

Congenital

Anomalies

Malignant Neoplasms

Heart

Disease

Homicide

Heart Disease

Five leading causes of death according to age among persons 5-24 years of age: 2001

Age group

Source: CDC, NCHS Vital Statistics System-Mortality.


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  • Highlights

  • 157,078 deaths due to injuries-all ages

  • (13,806 of these were 5-19 years of age)

  • Unintentional injuries were the leading cause of death for children and adolescents 5-19 years of age

  • The five leading mechanisms of injury deaths for those 5-19: Motor vehicle traffic (48%)

  • Firearm (21%)

  • Suffocation (7%)

  • Drowning (5%)

  • Poisoning (5%)


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Unintentional Motor Vehicle Traffic

Unintentional Drowning

Homicide Firearm

Unintentional Fire/flame

Suicide

Suffocation

Suicide Firearm

Unintentional Poisoning

Homicide Firearm

Unintentional

other

land transport

Suicide

Firearm

Suicide Suffocation

Five leading causes of injury death according to intent and mechanism for persons 5-24 years of age: 2001

Age group

Rank

Source: CDC, NCHS Vital Statistics System-Mortality.


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Injury death rates according to intent, race, and Hispanic origin for persons 15-19 years of age: 2001

Deaths per 100,000 population

Intent

*American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) and Asian Pacific Islanders (API) include persons of

Hispanic and non-Hispanic origin.

Note: Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.

Source: CDC, NCHS, National Vital Statistics System-Mortality, U.S. Bureau of the Census-2001 population estimates based on the

2000 census.


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Injury death rates* according to intent among persons origin for persons 15-19 years of age: 2001 5-19 years of age: 1990 and 2001

Ages 5-14

Ages 15-19

*Rate per 100,000 population

Sources: CDC, NCHS Vital Statistics System-Mortality, U.S. Bureau of the Census- decennial census population counts for 1990, 2001 population estimates based on the 2000 census.


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Injury death rates according to cause among persons 5-9 years of age: 1980-2001

Motor Vehicle Traffic

Fire/hot

Drowning

Firearm

Suffocation

Year

Note: Data are plotted on the log scale.

Source: CDC, NCHS-National Vital Statistics System-Mortality, U.S. Bureau of the Census- intercensal population estimates for 1991-2000, 2001 population estimates based on the 2000 census.


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Injury death rates according to cause among persons 10-14 years of age: 1980-2001

Motor Vehicle Traffic

Firearm

Drowning

Suffocation

Fire/hot

Year

Note: Data are plotted on the log scale.

Source: CDC, NCHS-National Vital Statistics System-Mortality, U.S. Bureau of the Census-intercensal population estimates for 1991-2000, 2001 population estimates based on the 2000 census.


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Injury death rates according to cause, among persons 15-19 years of age: 1980-2001

Motor Vehicle Traffic

Firearm

Drowning

Poisoning

Suffocation

Year

Note: Data are plotted on the log scale.

Source: CDC, NCHS-National Vital Statistics System-Mortality, U.S. Bureau of the Census-intercensal population estimates for 1991-2000, 2001 population estimates based on the 2000 census.


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Burden of injury among persons years of age: 1980-20015-19 years of age, 1998-2001

Rate per 100,000 population

Injury-related emergency department visits-(1998-2001)

Injury-related hospitalizations-(1998-2001)

Injury Deaths-(2001)

Age

Note: Data are plotted on the log scale, data for 1998-2000 are an average.

Sources: CDC, NCHS-National Hospital Ambulatory Care Survey, National Hospital Discharge Survey, National Vital Statistics System-Mortality.


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Injury-related emergency department visit rates according to leading external causes among persons under 18 years of age: 1999-2000

Emergency dept. visits per 1,000 population

Unintentional

injuries

Motor vehicle

traffic

Cut/pierce

Intentional

injuries

Struck

object/person

Falls

Cause (unintentional injuries)

Note: Data are a two-year average for 1999-2000.

Source: CDC, NCHS-National Hospital Ambulatory Care Survey.


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Average annual injury emergency department visit rates leading external causes among persons under 18 years of age: 1999-2000 according to leading first-listed diagnosis and age among persons 5-19 years of age:1998-2000

Emergency dept. visits per 1,000 population

Sprains/strains

Open wounds

Superficial/

contusions

Fractures

Age

Note: Data are an average for 1998-2000. Source: CDC, NCHS-National Hospital Ambulatory Care Survey.


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Injury hospitalizations for fractures according to age and sex among persons 15-24 years of age: 1980-2001

Discharge rate per 10,000 population

Males 15-24

Females 15-24

Males <15

Females <15

Year

Note: Data are plotted on the log scale, fracture is the first-listed diagnosis on the medical record.

Source: CDC, NCHS, National Hospital Discharge Survey.


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Annual rate of leading external causes of medically attended injury

and poisoning episodes by selected characteristics: 2001

External cause

Note: *Data do not meet standard of reliability and precision.

Source: CDC, NCHS-National Health Interview Survey.


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Annual rate of medically attended injury and poisoning episodes by

place of occurrence and by selected characteristics: 2001

Note: *Data do not meet standard of reliability and precision.

Source: CDC, NCHS-National Health Interview Survey.


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Data and Resources episodes by


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About NCHS episodes by

NCHS en Espanol

FASTSTATS A to Z

Help

Events

Surveys and Data

Collection Systems

NHANES

NHCS

NHIS

NIS

NSFG

SLAITS

Vital Statistics

Initiatives

Aging

Disease Classification

Healthy People

Injury

Research and

Development

Publications and

Information

Products

Listservs

Injury Data and Resources

Injury Data and Resources | ICE on Injury | Injury FASTSTATS

Presentations| National Databases | Tools and Frameworks |

Related Links | Listservs | Contact

NCHS Injury Data and Resources

ICE on Injury Statistics

www.cdc.gov/nchs/injury.htm


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Injury Data and Resources episodes by

(Web page continued)

About NCHS

NCHS en Espanol

FASTSTATS A to Z

Help

Events

Surveys and Data

Collection Systems

NHANES

NHCS

NHIS

NIS

NSFG

SLAITS

Vital Statistics

Initiatives

Aging

Disease Classification

Healthy People

Injury

Research and

Development

Publications and

Information

Products

Listservs

National DatabasesMortality dataMorbidityHospital Inpatient DataAmbulatory Care DataEmergency Department Visit DataOutpatient Department Visit DataPhysician Office Visit DataHealth Interview Survey DataHealth Examination and Interview Survey Data

Tools and Frameworks

Related Injury Web Sites

Related Injury Listservs

Contact InformationLois Fingerhut, Special Assistant for Injury EpidemiologyE-mail: [email protected]

http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/injury.htm


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Web Query Systems episodes by

  • Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS)www.cdc.gov/ncipc/wisqars

  • Customized reports of injury-related data (years 1981-most recent year available).

  • Wide-ranging Online Data for Epidemiologic Research (WONDER) www.wonder.cdc.gov/welcome.html

  • Numerous databases on morbidity, mortality, hospitalizations, surveillance of notifiable diseases, and CDC reports and guidelines.


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DATA2010 - episodes bythe Healthy People 2010 Database

Adolescents and young adults*

(schools and post secondary institutions)

Inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in

regular education programs

School health education

Unintentional injury

Tobacco use and addiction

Alcohol and other drug use

Inadequate physical activity

School nurse-to-student ratio

Weapon carrying by adolescents on school property

Meals and snacks at school

Physical education requirement in schools ……

*Data by a specific population group…..more on-line, 107 objectives with tracking data.

http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/hphome.htm


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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES episodes by

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

National Center for Health Statistics

www.cdc.gov/nchs/injury.htm

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