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Carbon Monoxide Exposure Calls Metadata

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    • idinfo:
      • citation:
        • citeinfo:
          • origin: New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager
          • pubdate: 20200217
          • title: Carbon Monoxide Exposure Calls
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      • descript:
        • abstract: This dataset contains case counts of unintentional and unknown intent carbon monoxide (CO) calls to the Poison Controll Center (PCC) among New Mexico residents for the years 2008-2019. These data are stratified by county of residence, age group and sex.
        • purpose: Dataset was created to allow for public access to the following Nationally Consistent Data and Measures (NCDMs): 1) Number of PCC calls for unintentional and unknown intent CO poisonings ; 2) Crude rate of PCC calls for unintentional and unknown intent CO poisonings per 100,000 population; and 3) Age-adjusted rate of PCC calls for unintentional and unknown intent CO poisonings per 100,000 population, rates are adjusted by the direct method to the 2000 Standard US population.
        • supplinf: Data were provided by New Mexico Poison and Drug Information Center, UNM College of Pharmacy, 1-800-222-1222 and http://nmpoisoncenter.unm.edu/index.html. Data presented here came from reports provided by the National Poison Data System American Association of Poison Centers, http://www.aapcc.org/data-system/. Population data used in calculating the rates were provided by the University of New Mexico Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu. Exposure outcome: Exposure outcome is the determination made by the New Mexico Drug and Poison Information Center or Poison Control Center (PCC) Specialist based on information available at the case conclusion. If it is not possible to follow a patient to outcome, "Case not followed to known outcome" is selected. The Specialist also determines exposure was probably not responsible for the effect(s). If initial call is long after exposure and a patient had related clinical effects, a definitive outcome which best describes the known "medical" outcome is selected; No effect: Patient developed no symptoms. Follow-up is required to make determination, unless the initial call occurs soon after exposure. Minor effect: Patient exhibited minimally bothersome symptoms, i.e. drowsiness, skin, or mucous membrane manifestations. The symptoms usually resolve rapidly and the patient returned to a state of well-being. Follow-up is required unless the call occurs long after exposure and clinical effects do not worsen. Unless the residual symptoms are long-term and of minimal clinical significance, patients are followed until symptoms resolve. Moderate effect: Patient exhibited pronounced symptoms, i.e. disorientation, prolonged or more systemic than minor symptoms. Treatment is indicated. Follow-up is required unless the initial call occurs long after exposure that clinical effects did not worsen. Unless the residual symptoms are long-term and of minimal clinical significance, patients are followed until resolved. Major effect: Patient exhibited life-threatening or resulted in significant disability or disfigurement symptoms, i.e. coma, cardiac or respiratory arrest. Follow-up is required unless the call occurs long after exposure and clinical effect(s) did not worsen. Unless the residual symptoms are long-term or permanent, patients are followed until symptoms have resolved or nearly resolved. Death/expired: Patient dies as a result or as a complication of exposure.
      • timeperd:
        • timeinfo:
          • rngdates:
            • begdate: 20080101
            • begtime
            • enddate: 20191231
            • endtime
        • current: Publication Date
      • status:
        • progress: Complete
        • update: Annually
      • spdom:
        • bounding:
          • westbc: -109.05017700000001
          • eastbc: -103.00206900000001
          • northbc: 37.000292999999999
          • southbc: 31.332173999999998
      • keywords:
        • theme:
          • themekt: PH_DiseaseClassification_ICD-9CM
          • themekey: Tox eff carbon monoxide, Acc poison-exhaust gas, Acc pois-co/domestc fuel, Acc pois-carbn monox NEC, Acc pois-carbn monox NOS, Poison-exhaust gas, Undeter pois-exhaust gas, Undetermin poison-co NEC.
        • theme:
          • themekt: NONE
          • themekey: Carbon monoxide; carbon monoxide poisoning; unintentional poisoning; indoor pollution; toxic gas; combustion; smoke; CO; Monoxide; Carbon monoxide exposure calls; CO exposure calls; PCC Carbon monoxide; PCC CO exposure calls
        • theme:
          • themekt: Topic Category
          • themekey: Health
        • place:
          • placekt
          • placekey: New Mexico, NM, 35; 001 (Bernalillo), 003 (Catron), 005 (Chaves), 006 (Cibola), 007 (Colfax), 009 (Curry), 011 (De Baca), 013 (Dona Ana), 015 (Eddy), 017 (Grant), 019 (Guadalupe), 021 (Harding), 023 (Hidalgo), 025 (Lea), 027 (Lincoln), 028 (Los Alamos), 029 (Luna), 031 (McKinley), 033 (Mora), 035 (Otero), 037 (Quay), 039 (Rio Arriba), 041 (Roosevelt), 043 (Sandoval), 045 (San Juan), 047 (San Miguel),049 (Santa Fe), 051 (Sierra), 053 (Socorro), 055 (Taos), 057 (Torrance), 059 (Union), 061 (Valencia)
        • place:
          • placekt
          • placekey: NONE
        • place:
          • placekt
          • placekey: NONE
      • accconst: Restricted (secure) data will only be released to external users after the review process set by the New Mexico EPHT Program has been completed and the request has been approved.
      • useconst: This information is provided by the Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau of the New Mexico Department of Health. Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data. However, no responsibility is assumed by the New Mexico Department of Health related to materials and how it is represented by those who access this information. New Mexico CO exposure call data are collected by New Mexico Poison and Drug Information Center, UNM College of Pharmacy, 1-800-222-1222 and http://nmpoisoncenter.unm.edu/index.html. Data presented here came from reports provided by the National Poison Data System American Association of Poison Centers, http://www.aapcc.org/data-system/. The NMDOH does not take responsibility for the quality of the data. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use.
      • ptcontac:
        • cntinfo:
          • cntperp:
            • cntper: New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager
            • cntorg: New Mexico Department of Health, Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau
          • cntpos
          • cntaddr:
            • addrtype: Physical
            • address: 1190 St. Francis Drive
            • city: Santa Fe
            • state: NM
            • postal: 87502
            • country: United States Of America
          • cntvoice: 18888788992
          • cntvoice
          • cnttdd
          • cntfax: 5058272110
          • cntemail: DOH-EHEB@state.nm.us
          • hours: 8:00 - 5:00
          • cntinst
      • secinfo:
        • secsys: None
        • secclass: Restricted
        • sechandl: Restricted data released to an external partner may not be disseminated or distributed.
      • native: SASServer; SAS 9.4, File name: co_pcc.sas7bdat
    • dataqual:
      • logic: NONE
      • complete: These data include New Mexico CO exposure calls, collected by New Mexico Poison and Drug Information Center, UNM College of Pharmacy, 1-800-222-1222 and http://nmpoisoncenter.unm.edu/index.html. Data presented here came from reports provided by the National Poison Data System American Association of Poison Centers, http://www.aapcc.org/data-system/. There are some important caveats to keep in mind when using these data: on average, the dataset for 2008-2017 contains about 8% of records with unknown ages , 6% of records with unknown caller locational information (e.g., county), 6% of records with unknown exposure site information, 1% of records with the patient unknown sex, and 0.4% of records with unknown medical outcome. The NMDOH does not take responsibility for the quality of the data.
      • lineage:
        • procstep:
          • procdesc: Data processed according to the NCDM Recommendations Version 3.0: Carbon Monoxide Indicator: Exposure to Carbon Monoxide, March 19, 2013. New Mexico CO exposure call data are collected by New Mexico Poison and Drug Information Center, UNM College of Pharmacy, 1-800-222-1222 and http://nmpoisoncenter.unm.edu/index.html. Data presented here came from reports provided by the National Poison Data System American Association of Poison Centers, http://www.aapcc.org/data-system/. The NMDOH does not take responsibility for the quality of the data. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use.
          • procdate: 20200214
    • eainfo:
      • overview:
        • eaover: This dataset contains case count of unintentional and unknown intent CO poisoning calls from New Mexico residents for the years 2008-2019. The following variables are included: County, Year, Age Group, Sex, exposure site (residence, workplace or other) and exposure outcome.
        • eadetcit: This dataset includes the following fields: County (alphabetic name for the 33 counties (FIPS 001-061); Years: 2008-2015; AGEGROUP: 1=0-4 years, 2=5-9 years, 3=10-14 years, 4=15-19 years, 5=20-24 years, 6=25-29 years, 7=30-34 years, 8=35-39 years, 9=40-44 years, 10=45-49 years, 11=50-54 years, 12=55-59 years, 13=60-64 years, 14=65-69 years, 15=70-74 years, 16=75-79 years, 17=80-84 years, 18=85+ years, 19=Unknown; SEX: M=Male, F=Female, U=Unknown; Exposure Site: 1=residence, 2=workplace, 3=other or 99=Not Reported; and Exposure Outcome: 1=No Effect, 2=Minor Effect, 3=Moderate Effect, 4=Major Effect, 5=Expired or 99=Unknown/NA.
    • distinfo:
      • distrib:
        • cntinfo:
          • cntperp:
            • cntper: New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager
            • cntorg: New Mexico Department of Health, Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau
          • cntpos
          • cntaddr:
            • addrtype: Physical
            • address: 1190 St. Francis Drive
            • city: Santa Fe
            • state: NM
            • postal: 87502
            • country: United States Of America
          • cntvoice: 18888788992
          • cntvoice
          • cnttdd
          • cntfax: 5058272110
          • cntemail: DOH-EHEB@state.nm.us
          • hours: 8:00 - 5:00
          • cntinst
      • resdesc: File: co_pcc.sas7bdat
      • distliab: Persons or entities given access to restricted data are liable for compliance with NMDOH-EHEB data use agreement. Disciplinary action will be incurred for non-compliance or violation of data use agreements.
      • custom: For access to unrestricted or public use data, please see: http://ephtracking.cdc.gov for national and multistate data or http://nmtracking.org for access to restricted or secure New Mexico specific data. For access to restricted or secure data please see Access Constraints sections for release of restricted data.
    • metainfo:
      • metd: 20180305
      • metc:
        • cntinfo:
          • cntperp:
            • cntper: New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager
            • cntorg: New Mexico Department of Health, Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau
          • cntpos
          • cntaddr:
            • addrtype: Physical
            • address: 1190 St. Francis Drive
            • city: Santa Fe
            • state: NM
            • postal: 87505
            • country: United States Of America
          • cntvoice: 18888788992
          • cntvoice
          • cnttdd
          • cntfax: 5058272110
          • cntemail: DOH-EHEB@state.nm.us
          • hours: 8:00 - 5:00
          • cntinst
      • metstdn: EPHTN Tracking Network Profile Version 1.2
      • metac: Restricted (secure) data will only be released to external users after the review process set by the New Mexico EPHT Program has been completed and the request has been approved.
      • metuc: This information is provided by the Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau (NMEHEB) of the New Mexico Department of Health. Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data.
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Content updated: Mon, 17 Feb 2020 13:55:05 MST