Important Facts for Unintentional Injury Deaths (Excluding Motor Vehicle Injuries)
Unintentional injuries deaths include all resident deaths where all unintentional injuries other than motor vehicle injuries
were coded as the underlying (primary) cause of death.
Number of unintentional injuries deaths (excluding motor vehicle injuries)(ICD-10: V01, V05-V06, V09.1, V09.3-V09.9, V10-V11,
V15-V18, V19.3, V19.8-V19.9, V80.0-V80.2, V80.6-V80.9, V81.2-V81.9, V82.2-V82.9, V87.9, V88.9, V89.1, V89.3, V89.9, V90-V99,
W00-X59, Y85, Y86)
Total resident population
Data Interpretation Issues
The population estimates are U.S. Census Bureau estimates of U.S. national, state and county resident populations. The 2007
- 2009 population estimates are bridged-race revised postcensal estimates of the July 1 resident population, based on the
year 2000 census counts. The year 2010 population estimates are April 1 modified census counts, with bridged-race categories.
The 2011 population estimates are bridged-race revised postcensal estimates of the July 1 resident population, based on the
year 2010 census counts.
Why Is This Important?
Unintentional injuries excluding motor vehicle injuries is among the leading causes of death in North Carolina and the United
State Center for Health Statistics, N.C. Division of Public Health, Telephone: 919-733-4728, Fax: 919-733-8485