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NATIONAL LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH >> Birth Defects, Under Age 1, Black  >>  Hendricks County, Indiana
Data Source: NCHS. Vital Statistics Reporting System, 1999-2003.
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Hendricks County, Indiana

Birth Defects, Under Age 1, Black
Detailed Map Detailed Map

Birth Defects, Under Age 1, Black
(County Percent)

Legend for map of Hendricks County, Indiana for NATIONAL LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH indicator group and Birth Defects, Under Age 1, Black indicator. Classification: Percentile, 1:0-10th, 2:>10-50th, 3:>50-90th, 4:>90-100th (Classed using all US counties).
Legend for map of Hendricks County, Indiana for NATIONAL LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH indicator group and Birth Defects, Under Age 1, Black indicator.. Legend includes one or more of the following data codes: 1. No report, small sample size 2. No data available 3. No indicator 4. Not available. For more info see the help file.
Classification: Percentile, 1:0-10th, 2:>10-50th, 3:>50-90th, 4:>90-100th (Classed using all US counties) More info about legend
Missing/Not Reported Data Codes: More info about legend

    • Birth Defects, Under Age 1, Black
    • Name Value Percentile
      Adams No report, small sample size  
      Allen 12.1212 27.0213
      Bartholomew No report, small sample size  
      Benton No report, small sample size  
      Blackford No report, small sample size  
      Boone No report, small sample size  
      Brown No report, small sample size  
      Carroll No report, small sample size  
      Cass No report, small sample size  
      Clark No report, small sample size  
      Clay No report, small sample size  
      Clinton No report, small sample size  
      Crawford No report, small sample size  
      Daviess No report, small sample size  
      Dearborn No report, small sample size  
      Decatur No report, small sample size  
      DeKalb No report, small sample size  
      Delaware No report, small sample size  
      Dubois No report, small sample size  
      Elkhart No report, small sample size  
      Fayette No report, small sample size  
      Floyd No report, small sample size  
      Fountain No report, small sample size  
      Franklin No report, small sample size  
      Fulton No report, small sample size  
      Gibson No report, small sample size  
      Grant No report, small sample size  
      Greene No report, small sample size  
      Hamilton No report, small sample size  
      Hancock No report, small sample size  
      Harrison No report, small sample size  
      Hendricks No report, small sample size  
      Henry No report, small sample size  
      Howard No report, small sample size  
      Huntington No report, small sample size  
      Jackson No report, small sample size  
      Jasper No report, small sample size  
      Jay No report, small sample size  
      Jefferson No report, small sample size  
      Jennings No report, small sample size  
      Johnson No report, small sample size  
      Knox No report, small sample size  
      Kosciusko No report, small sample size  
      LaGrange No report, small sample size  
      Lake No report, small sample size  
      LaPorte No report, small sample size  
      NameValuePercentile
      Lawrence No report, small sample size  
      Madison No report, small sample size  
      Marion 14.5349 53.1915
      Marshall No report, small sample size  
      Martin No report, small sample size  
      Miami No report, small sample size  
      Monroe No report, small sample size  
      Montgomery No report, small sample size  
      Morgan No report, small sample size  
      Newton No report, small sample size  
      Noble No report, small sample size  
      Ohio No report, small sample size  
      Orange No report, small sample size  
      Owen No report, small sample size  
      Parke No report, small sample size  
      Perry No report, small sample size  
      Pike No report, small sample size  
      Porter No report, small sample size  
      Posey No report, small sample size  
      Pulaski No report, small sample size  
      Putnam No report, small sample size  
      Randolph No report, small sample size  
      Ripley No report, small sample size  
      Rush No report, small sample size  
      Scott No report, small sample size  
      Shelby No report, small sample size  
      Spencer No report, small sample size  
      St. Joseph 14.8148 55.9574
      Starke No report, small sample size  
      Steuben No report, small sample size  
      Sullivan No report, small sample size  
      Switzerland No report, small sample size  
      Tippecanoe No report, small sample size  
      Tipton No report, small sample size  
      Union No report, small sample size  
      Vanderburgh No report, small sample size  
      Vermillion No report, small sample size  
      Vigo No report, small sample size  
      Wabash No report, small sample size  
      Warren No report, small sample size  
      Warrick No report, small sample size  
      Washington No report, small sample size  
      Wayne No report, small sample size  
      Wells No report, small sample size  
      White No report, small sample size  
      Whitley No report, small sample size  
 
Birth Defects, Under Age 1, Black
Low birth weight, short gestation, complications of birth, respiratory conditions (e.g., respiratory distress syndrome, intrauterine hypoxia, and birth asphyxia), and other conditions at the time of birth. Certain Conditions Originating in the Prenatal Period, ICD-9 codes: 760-779. ICD 10 codes: P00-P96. Birth Defects — Congenital anomalies, ICD-9 codes: ICD-10 codes: Q00-Q99.
Note: Listed are selected national leading causes of death for each age category. Depending upon county population size, percentages for the most recent 3, 5, or 10 years are reported (see Table 1 in Peer County Section, Data Sources, Definitions, and Notes). However, county-specific data are only reported if there are at least 20 deaths in the age/race category and the cause of death accounts for at least 10% of the deaths in the age/race category for the nation and for the county. The abbreviation “nrf” (not reported, few (events)) is used when no report is given because of too few events. The abbreviation “nda” (no data available) is used to represent indicators for Broomfield, CO because only 2003 data were available. Mortality data are from the National Vital Statistics System, National Center for Health Statistics, 1994-2003.
For each cause of death, the International Classification of Diseases (Ninth edition/Tenth) (ICD 9/10) codes are listed after each variable below. As previously noted, ICD 9 coding pertains to data before 1999 and ICD 10 coding is applied from 1999 forward. The cause-of-death categories in this section correspond to those published in the National Vital Statistics Reports from the National Vital Statistics System, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and differ somewhat from the categories used in the death measures section. The causes of death listed in the table are selected national leading causes of death in each age group by race/ethnicity for the year 2004. Therefore, a partial listing of causes of death is reported and columns will not add up to 100%.
Documentation: CHSI 2008 Data Sources, Definitions, and Notes

Peer Counties for Hendricks County, Indiana

Map of continental United States depicting peer counties for Hendricks County, Indiana

Map of Alaska depicting peer counties for Hendricks County, Indiana
Map of Hawaii depicting peer counties for Hendricks County, Indiana

The "Peer Counties" of a county are counties that are similar in population and selected demographics.

    • Georgia
      Columbia County
      Douglas County
      Fayette County
      Henry County
      Paulding County
      Rockdale County
      Indiana
      Hancock County
      Morgan County
      Kentucky
      Boone County
      Bullitt County
      Maryland
      Calvert County
      Cecil County
      Maryland
      St. Mary's County
      Minnesota
      Carver County
      Scott County
      Mississippi
      Desoto County
      Missouri
      Platte County
      New Jersey
      Warren County
      New York
      Putnam County
      Wayne County
      Ohio
      Delaware County
      Geauga County
      Virginia
      Spotsylvania County
      Stafford County
      Washington
      Island County
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