HEALTH Web Data Query System

Death Certificate Data

Provisional 2004 and 2005 Death Data

Rhode Island Residents only. This means that deaths of RI residents occurring in other states may be included in provisional data while deaths of non-RI residents occurring in RI are not included.

All of the causes of deaths are underlying causes. Missing, unknown, not stated, and not classifiable data are not tabulated in the output tables, however, they are included in the totals.

Data will be updated when the final Annual Report is issued.

 
ICD10 Cause of Death Tabular Report
General Instructions:
  • Follow steps to perform desired search. Some steps contain more detailed instructions.
  • Lists allowing multiple selections are marked "(Multiple)".
  • For multiple selection lists, first CLICK to select a single item, then either CTRL−CLICK to select/deselect multiple separate items or SHIFT−CLICK to select a range of items. CLICK−DRAG will also select a range of items.
  • Characteristics with nothing selected will imply that there is no subset for that characteristic.
  • The CLEAR button below each list will deselect all items on that list.
 
 Step 1. Select Geographic Area and Time Span (Required)
 
Counties:
(Multiple)

Or Entire State:
 
 
Time Span:   to  
 
 
 Step 2. Select Type of Rate (Required)
 
 
Crude and Age-adjusted Death Rates
     with 95% Confidence Intervals

Age-specific Rates
     with 95% Confidence Intervals
Select Age Group(s):
(optional)


(Multiple)

 
 
 Step 3. Select ICD10 Cause of Death Diagnosis Codes (Required)
 
  List
  Num Description
 
Level 1 Diagnosis:
(* indicates diagnosis
category contains
subcategories in
Level 2.)


(Multiple)

 
  List
  Num Description
Level 2 Diagnosis:
(* indicates diagnosis
category contains
subcategories in
Level 3.)


(Multiple)

 
  List
  Num Description
Level 3 Diagnosis:
(* indicates diagnosis
category contains
subcategories in
Level 4.)


(Multiple)

 
  List
  Num Description
Level 4 Diagnosis:


(Multiple)

 
 
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 Step 4. Select Subset Characteristics of Decedent (Optional)
 
Gender:

 
 
Race: :
(Multiple)

 
 
Ethnicity:
(Multiple)

 
 
 
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 Step 5: Define Report Content, Output, and Submit Request (Optional)
 
Instructions:

This section allows you to define the structure of the resultant table. If counties are selected, the initial sort column must be the county. If the entire state is chosen, the first sort column is either county (default), or death year, or neither (i.e. NO primary sort column). You can then select up to two additional drilldown levels from the dropdown menus, whether there is a primary sort column or not. However, duplicate sort columns are not permitted.

Note that cause of death may be chosen as a drilldown. In this case, the cause of death will be listed in one column, and the number of deaths and death rates for each cause of death will be in a separate row. If the cause of death is NOT chosen as a drilldown, then the number of deaths and death rates in a row are the sum of those for the selected causes. If a cause of death is selected which is a subcategory of another selected cause, (e.g. heart disease and major cardiovascular disease), then the cause of death code or description MUST chosen as a drilldown. Otherwise, the numbers you get would double count the deaths in the subcategory.

 
County
     or
Year
     or
Neither
Drill Level 2:
Drill Level 3:
Number of Selected Deaths Total Population Crude Death Rate per 100,000 population 95% Confidence Interval Age−Adjusted Death Rate per 100,000 population 95% Confidence Interval
County
or
Year
or
Neither
Level 2 Level 3 Data Data Data Data Data Data
Level 3 Data Data Data Data Data Data
Level 2 Level 3 Data Data Data Data Data Data
Level 3 Data Data Data Data Data Data
 
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