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Minnesota Health Statistics 1985. [35th Annual 
Siunmary Report] . 

Minnesota State Dept. o£ Health, Minneapolis* Center 
for Health Statistics. 
Nov 87 

156p.; For 1984 statistics, see £D 276 923. 
Statistical Data (110) 

MF01/PC07 Plus Postage. 

Abortions; *Birth Rate; *Death; Demography; Divorce; 
^Health; Infant Mortality; ^Marriage; Occupational 
Diseases; ^Occupational Safety and Health; Population 
Trends 

*Minnesota; *Vital Statistics 



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ABSTRACT 

This dociunent contains the 35th annual siunmary of 
vital statistics prepared by the Minnesota Center for Health 
Statistics of the Minnesota Department of Health. The introduction 
contains technical notes on changes in the summary format, sources of 
data, data quality, geographic allocation, and definition of rates. 
Trends of the 1970s and the 1980s are discussed in the areas of the 
rate of natural increase for the state, live births, infant 
mortality, reported induced abortions, deaths, marriage and divorce, 
and hospital utilization. Fifty-eight data tables and 25 figures are 
provided in the areas of: (1) an overview of 1985 vital statistics; 
(2) live births; (3) reported induced abortions; (4) fertility; (5) 
infant mortality and fetal deaths; (6) general mortality; (7) 
marriage and divorce; (8) occupational illness 
population. The appendices contain definitions 
collection instruments, and a map of Minnesota 
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Published November, 1987 



Minnesota Department of Health 
Minnesota Center for Health Statistics 
717 i3elaware Street S.E. 
P.O. Box 9441 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55440 



Cover photo coartesy of: David Entep 



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Minnesota Health StaMstics 1985 was prepared by the Minnesota Center 
for Health Statistics of the Minnesota Department of Health and is the 35th 
annual summary of vital statistics published by the Depaitment. The document 
also responds, in part, to the requirements of a contract held with the 
United States Department of Health, Education, and Weifaie to establish and 
implement a cooperative health statistics program for Minnesota. 

If you have suggestions concerning the report format, queries concerning 
the data formulae used in developing the statistics, or if you have requests 
for additional statistics or ether related publications, please contact: 

Minnesota Department of Health 
Minnesota Center for Health Scatistics 
717 S.E. Delaware St. 
P.O. Box 9441 
Mianeapolis, MN 55440 



Telephone Number: (612) 623-5353 



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TABiiE OF CONl^l^TS 



Page 

Introduction x 

Technical Notes 3 

Changes in Sunnmary Forrnat 3 

Sources of Data 3 

Data Quality 5 

GeograjAiic Allocation 8 

Definition of Rates 9 

Trends of the 70*s and 80"s li 

Natiral Increase 14 

Live Births x5 

Infant Mortality 18 

Reported Induced Aix^rtions 20 

Deatlis 22 

Marriage ana Divorce 25 

Hospitai Utilization 29 

Overview of 1S85 Vital Statistics 31 

Live Births ^ 43 

Reported Induceo Abortions , 63 

Fertility 85 

Infant Mortality and Fetal Deaths 89 

General Mortality 93 

Marriage and Diwrce 123 

Occi^ational Illness and Injury 131 

Population , 13 9 

Appenaices 155 

A. Definitions 157 

B. Data Collection Instrunents xb3 

C. Map of Healtn Districts and Offices l7i 



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LIST OF TABLES 



Table Page 

1 Standardized Mortality Rates per 100^000 Population by Selected 
Causes of Deaths Minnesota Residents^ 1950-1985 23 

2 Selected Capacity and Utilization Data^ General Licensed and 
Operating Hospita.Ls, Minnesota 1976-1985 29 

3 Percent Changes Between 1984 and 1985 Selected Minnesota 

Health Statistics 33 

4 Resident Live Births^ Crude Birth Rates^ and Fertility Rates, 
Minnesota and United States, 1940, 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960, 
1%5-1985 34 

5 Nunbers and Rates of Resident Live Births, Deaths, and Maternal 
Deaths, Minnesota and United States, 1940, 1945, 1950, 1955, 

1%0, 1965-1985 35 

6 Nunbers and Rates of Infant Deaths, Neonatal Deatiis, and Fetal 
Deaths, Minnesota and United States, 1940, 1945, 1950, 1955, 

1960, 1%5-1985 36 

7 Marriages and Divorces and Annulments, Nunbers and Rates, 
Minnesota and United States, 1940, 1945, 1950, i955, 1960, 
1965-1985 37 

8 Births, Deaths, Infant Deaths, Fetal Deaths, Marriages, 
Diwrces and Annulnents by MOTith, Minnesota Occurrences, 

1985 38 

9 Live Births, Fetal Deaths, Deaths, Infant Deaths, and 

Neonatal Deaths by Urban Area of Residence, Minnesota, 1985 • • 39 

10 Live Births by Couity of Occurrence Distributed According 
to Residence, Resident Live Births Distributed According to 

Place of Birth, Minnesota, 1985 46 

11 Selected Resident Natality Statistics by Comty and Cities 

Over 90,000, Minnesota, 1985 48 

12 Live Birth Weight by Live Birth Order and Sex, Minnesota 
Residents, 1985 60 

13 Live Births by Age of Mother and Live Birth Order, Minnesota 
Residents, 1985 61 

14 Prenatal Care and Race by Age of Mother and by Legitimacy 
Status, Minnesota Residents, 1985 62 



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LIST OF TABIiiS (CONTO 



Table Page 

15 Total Reported aiia Resiaent Induced Abortions, Minnesota, 

1973 - lS8b 65 

lb Reportea Inaiced Abortions, Selected Surveillance Results and 

Caliper 1 sons i Minnesota, 1980-1985 66 

17 Reported Induced Abortions by Selected Age Groip by Residence, 
Minnesota, 1985 67 

18 Reported Induced Abortions oy Race/Etnnic Group and Residence, 
Minnesota, i985 68 

19 Reported Resident Induced Abortions by Race and Aye Group, 
Minnesota, 1985 68 

2& Rep:)rtea Induced Abortions oy Marital Status and Residence, 

Minnesota, 1985 69 

21 Reported Resident Induced Abortions by Age Groip and Marital 
Status, Minnesota, 1985 69 

22 Reportea Inducad Abortions by Gestation and Residence, 
Minnesota, 1985 70 

23 Reported Resident Induced Abortions by Age Grocp by Weeks of 
Gestation, Minnesota, 1985 70 

24 Patients Reporting Prior Abortions by Age Groip and Residence, 
Minnesota, 1985 72 

25 Reported Induced Abortions by Number of Prior Abortions and 
Residence, Minnesota, 1985 73 

26 Reported Induced A'x)rtions by Number of Prior Live Births 

and Residence, Minnesota, i985 74 

27 Abortion Patients Reporting Prior Live Births by Age GroLp 

and Residence, Minnesota, 1985 75 

28 Reportea Resident Induced Abortions by Metnod by Weeks of 
Gestation, Minnesota, 1985 . ^ 76 

29 Reported Induced Abortions by Method by Complication and 
Residence, Minnesota, 1985 77 

30 Marital Status by Reported Contraceptive Use, Minnesota 
Residents, 1985 78 



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iJST OF TABLfcS (CX)NT.) 



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31 Reported Induced Abortions oy Age Groip by Type of 
Contraception at Conception, Minnesota Residents, 1985 .... 79 

32 Reported Induced Abortions oy Age Groip by Contraceptive Use, 
Minnesota Residents, 1985 80 

33 Reported Induced Abortions by Quarter and Resiaence, Minnesota. 
1985 82 

34 Reported Induced Abortions Occurring in fviinnesota to Non- 
Mirjiesota Residents by State or Comtry of Residence, 1985 . . 84 

35 Total Reported Pregnancies by Outcor^e Type and Race, Minnesota 
Residents, 1975-1985 87 

36 Pregnancy Outcomes and Pregnancy Rates oy Age of Woman, 
Minnesota Residents, 1900-1985 88 

37 Infant, Neonatal and Postneonatal Deaths by Catse, Minnesota 
Residents, 1985 , 91 

38 Fetal Deaths of 20 Weeks and Over by Cause and Weignt of Fetis, 
Minnesota Residents, 1985 92 

39 Deaths by Cointy of Occurrence According to Residence: 
Resident Deaths Distributed According to Place of Deatii, 
Minnesota, 1985 95 

40 Deatns From Selected Causes by Age Groip and Sex, Minnesota 
Residents, 1985 98 

41 Deaths Due to Selected Causes by Race, Minnesota Resiaents, 

i985 105 

42 Fifteen Leading Causes of Death, Death Rates Per 100,000 
Population and Percent of Total Deaths, Minnesota Residents, 

i985 106 

43 Leading Causes of Death by Selected Age Groups, Minnesota 
Residents, 1985 I07 

44 Accident Fatalities Occurring in Minnesota Dy Accident 

Category and Age Group, 1983^x985 108 

45 Deaths Occurring in Minnesota by Catse and Autopsy StatiB, 

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Table Page 

46 Selected Resident Mortality Statistics by County and Cities 

Over 90,000, iMinnesota, 1985 ilO 

47 Marriages Reported in i-Iinnesota by State of Residence, 1985 . . 125 

48 Marriages, DivDrces, and Annuliftents by County of Occurrence, 
Minnesota, 1985 126 

49 Marriages Occurring m Minnesota by Race of Briae ana Groom, 

1985 128 

50 Marriages Occurring in Miimesota oy Age of Bride and Groom, 

1985 129 

51 Divorces and Annulinents by Age of Husband and Wife, Minnesota, 
1985 13U 

52 Nunber of Injuries and Illnesses by Major Industrial Category, 
Minnesota, 1984 and 1985 133 

53 Annual Average Employment, Percent of Total Kmployment and 
Rate of C^x:i5)ationai Injuries and Illnesses Per 1,000 Workers 

by Industrial Category, Minnesota, 1984 and 1985 134 

54 Nunber of Injuries and Illnesses by Major Occifationai 
Category, Minnesota, 1984 and 1985 135 

55 Nunber of Occtpationai Injuries and Illnesses by Type of 
Accident, tonnesota 1984 and 1965 136 

56 Nunber of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses by Nature of 
Injiry, Minnesota, i984 and 1985 i37 

57 Nunber ot Occi^Btional Injuries and Illnesses by Part of Boay 
Injured, ^annesota, 1984 and i985 138 

58 Population Estimates by Region, Cointy, Cities Over 90,000, 

and Sex, Minnesota, 1935 143 



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LIST OF FIGURES 

Figure Page 

1 Birth and Death Rates per i^OOO Population^ Minnesota^ 

1976-1985 i4 

2 Live Births to Metro Versus Non-Metro Resiaents^ Minnesota^ 
1976-1985 15 

3 Fertility Rates by Region and State^ Minnesota Residents^ 
1976-1985 16 

4 Mean Age of Mother at First Birth and For Total Birtns^ 

Minnesota Residents^ i976-1985 17 

5 Infantr Neonatal and Post-Neaiatal Death Rates ^ Minnesota 
Residents, 1930-1985 18 

6 Infant Mortality Rates by Race, Minnesota Residents; 1^70-1985 . 19 

7 Reported Induced Abortions, Minnesota, 1976-1985 20 

8 Abortion Rate by Region and State, Minnesota Residents, 

1976-1985 21 

9 Stan^iardized Mortality Rates foi Selected CaiBes of Deatn, 
Minnesota Residents, 1950-1985 24 

10 Marriage and Diwrce Rates per 1,000 Population, Minnesota, 
1976-1985 25 

11 Marriage and Diwrce Rates per 1,000 Population, iftiited States 

and Minnesota, 1^30-1985 26 

12 Mean Reported Age at First Marriage by Sex, Minnesota, 

1976-1985 27 

13 Mean Reported Age Upon DivDrce or Annulment Dy Sex, Minnesota, 
1976-1985 28 

14 Reported Resident Abortions oy Rec:ipients Age, 

Minnesota, 1985 67 

15 Percent of Total Reported Induced Aoortions by Weeks of 
Gestation, Minnesota Residents, 1985 71 

16 Percent Distribution of First-Time Abortion Recipients Versus 
Repeat Abortion Recipients by Age Group^ Minnesota Residents, 

1985 . 72 



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LIST OF FIGUi<ES {CONl.) 



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17 Level of Contraceptive Use oy Age Group Heceivxng Indiced 
Aix>rtions, Minnesota Resiaents, 1985 di 

18 Nunber or Abortions Dy tMontn Perfonned, Minnesota Residents, 

i985 82 

19 Reported Induced Abortions by '^^omty of Residence, Minnesota, 

i985 I 83 

20 Certificate of Deatn 165 

21 Certificate of Live Birth 166 

22 Certificate of Fetal Deatii 167 

23 Report of Induced Abortion 168 

24 First Report of Injury 169 

25 Map of Health Districts and Gfrices 173 



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INTRODUCTION 



TECHNICAL NOTES 
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A. CHANGES IN \ 

The 1985 publication cx)n tains trend sections sunnarizing selected 
health riata for the decade beginning with 1976. In addition, the 
sections entitled "Reported Induced Abortions" and "Fertility," which 
were initiated in 1984 remain as sections of the 1985 publication. 



B. SOURCES OF DATA 



Vital Events 

Birtli, death, and fetal death certificates are the source docunents 
for dau^ on vital events of Minnesota residents filed with the Section of 
Vital Statistics Registration within the Minnesota Departnvent o£ Health 
during the 1985 calendar year. A sample copy of each of these types of 
certificates is inclided in Appendix B, Figures 20-24, pages 165-169. 
Marriage and divDrce data are compiled from transmittal docurents which 
are also si±mitted to the Section of Vital Statistics Registration bv 
each comty. 

The cut-off date for 1985 vital events data in this report was 
August 1, 1986. Any data pertaining to a 1985 event for which a 
certificate was filed after August 1, 1986 are not included in this 
report. It is possible that future data obtained from the MCHS may 
differ slightly from that v*iich appears in this report. If this should 
occur, it is dte to an update to the 1985 data year which was made after 
the Augurt 1 deadline. 

Events relating to Minnesota residents which occurred in another 
state are included in this report. The inclusion of thcoe data is made 
possible by an agreanent for resident exchange of copies of certificates 
among all registration areas in the United States. 

Birth and fetal death certificates are usually completed by hospital 
personnel present at the delivery. Death certificates are usually 
completed by hospital personnel, j*iysicians, and f meral directors. 



Reported Induced Abor tions 
The Minnesota Abortions Surveillance is a statewide reporting system 



No marriage and divorce reports are included in the interstate 
exchange program for vital events. All marriage and di\;orce data are 
Minnesota occurrences. 



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invDlving provider agencies throughout Minnesota, Follow-ip to facilities 
known to perform abortion procedures has been conducted to enlist all 
possible sources of abortion data, yielding the present 25 data providers 
enrolled in the system. A "Report of Induced Abortion" form is completed 
by provider agency staff for each abortion performed. A sample copy of 
the report form is incLuied in Appendix B, Figure 23, page 168. 

Population 

The methods for developjr.ent of age and gender were revised 
by the Minnesota Center for Health Statistics in order to produce 1985 
population estimates. These population estimates are included on pages 
143 to 153 of this publication. The following procedures were iBed: 

1) The most current Minnesota age/sex population estimates produ::ed 
by the U.S. Bureau of the Census were obtained. (These age/sex 
estimates were done by the Census Bureau to fulfill oontrac'^iBl 
obligations with the National Cancer Institute.) At the time 
our estimates were devised, Census Bureau data for calendar year 
1984 were the latest available. Those data are agg egated by 
counuy, sex and five-year age groups through 84 years of age. 

2) The proportion of the total for each age/sex group by sex was 
computed. 

3) Those proportions were applied to the total county population 
estimates which are published annually by the Office of the 
State Demographer within the State Planning Agency. This 
resulted in revised county five-year age group and gender 
totals. Any rounding errors wore eliminated by adjusting the 85 
and over age group. The resulting county totals were thus 
forced to match the totals published by the Office of the State 
Demografiier. 

4) Census data from 1930 were used to compute proportions of 
age/gender groups for selected cities within their coin ties of 
location. Tnose calculated propor .ns were applied to the 1985 
revised age/gender county estimates to produce 1985 city 
age/gender preliminary estimates. Further adjustments were then 
made to force city totals to equal total city estimates 
published by the Office of the State Demographer. 

Occipational Injuries and Illnesses 

The basic source docunent for the Sipplemeiitary Data System (SDS) of 
occupational injuries and illnesses is th' "First Report of Injury" 
submitted by employers to the Minnesota Depar cment of Labor and Industry, 
Worker's Compensation Division. A sample copy of the "First Report of 
Injury" is incluJer' in Appendix B, Figure 24, page 169. 



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The SLpplenentary Data System covers all employees in the state who 
fall witnin the scx)pe of the Vforker's Compensation Act. Tnis exciides 
railroads in interstate commerce, certain farm operations, casual 
employment not in the usual course of trade or business, and household 
workers earning less than $500 per quarter. Any vvor k-related illnesses 
or injur leb which cause a loss of three or more days of work are required 
to be reported. 



DATA QUALITY 

Vital Events 

The qiHlity of data presented in this report is directly related to 
tine completeness and accuracy of the information contained on the 
certificates. The MDH maintains two major program operations related 
to improving the quality of information received on certificates in order 
to ensure that the information is as complete anv accurate as possible. 

The query program is a system used to contact hospital personnel, 
f meral directors, cJid/or physicians concerning incomplete or conflicting 
information. The follow- Lp contact is us^jally done by telef^one and to 
based both on a manual and computer editing procedures. 

The field program attenpts to improve certificate information by 
educating participants in the vital registration system, i.e., hospital 
personnel, f uieral directors^ ptiysicians, coron"^rs, and medical examiners 
of the uses and importance of vital statistics data. The field program 
completes this mission by conducting seminars with various associations 
and makes site visits when problems with registration relating to a 
particular event, area or institution are discovered. 

The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) monitors 
Minnesota's coding of statistical data. NCHS has established a two 
percent ipper limit for coding differences involving any one data item, 
with the exception of cause of death. A five percent limit is 
established for this item due to the complexity of the coding process. 

The Minnesota Department of Health implemented multiple cause coding 
on death certificates for the final quarter of 1983. All factors 
contributing to the death which are mentioned on the death certificate 
are coded using the Ninth Revision of the International Classification of 
Diseases (ICD-9) and inderiying cause is determined through a series of 
special computer programs — the Automated Classification of Medical 
Entities (ACME) . 

The ACME system provides not only traditional underlying cause 
statistics, but also multiple cause data which may be tailored for other 
indepth research and analysis. Planning is underway for future analyses 
and publication of multiple cause aata. 



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In order to conform to the Nationai Center for Disease Control's 
changes in cause of death terminology regarding violent deaths, sane 
changes in caise of aeath labels were incorporated into the 1984 death 
tables. Cause cf death labels within Tables 40-43 and 46, wh.lch 
pcevioiBly contained the term "accidents", were changed to " inintentional 
injury." This change only effects terminology, as no change in actial 
ICD coding has occurred. 

Another i tan to note is that all natality tables which incluie birth 
weight specific data were ntxlif lea in 1983 to provide statistics for 
identification of live births inder 2,500 grams. The tables affected are 
Tables 11, 12 and 38. This modification was necessary for compliance 
with national standards which define low birth weignt as less than 2,500 
grams. 



Reported Indiced Abortions 

The quality of data pe/taining to induced abortions is dependent on 
the completeness and accuracy of the report forms submitted b^' provider 
facilities. A combination of conputer and manLal editing enables MCHS 
personnel to identify errors on records and take necessary corrective 
steps. Year-end reports are prepared for individial provider facilities 
to allow than to make comparisons with their own records and to report 
differences to MCHS. tCHS then stiriies tne differences and makes 
necessary cdjustmencs. 

Changes have occurred in administrative record keeping by abortion 
providers. New records managonent systens have made it very difficult 
for sane providers to match the "Report of Indiced Abortion" forms to 
individual patient records due to lack of inique identifiers. These 
changes have created a greater margin for error in reporting since 
facilities are inable to easily locate individtal records for correction 
of questionable reports. 

In 1984 a revised reporting form was introdiced. Changes were made 
in tnree data categories: contraceptive ise, abortion method, and 
complications or failures. The changes were made in order to clarify 
data, simplify reporting, and reduce errors. 

Prior to i984 the "Report of Induced Abortion" form requested 
information on clients' reported contraceptive use. The five responses 
on the form were: "never used," "have used but discontinued use," "was 
using at conception" (method failure), "vse status inknown," and 
interripted use" (intended to differentiate between hunan error or the 
choice not to contracept and method failures) . Both the "interripted 
use" and "method failure" response asked for further information on the 
type of contraception used as indicated by the client. For that reason, 
retrieval of data on "medicd failures" by type of contraception was not 
possible since "interrupted iBe" cannot be oonsidred actial method 
failure. 



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In order to collect data on method failures only, the oc»itraceptive 
use category was nodified in 1984 to report use "at tiine of conception" 
only. Four responses aie now offered: "tnknown," "never used," "have 
used but not at conception," and "method use at conception" (method 
failure). Only the fourth response, "method failure" requires further 
action relative to type of contraceptive used. This restructuring of 
requested information clarifies the contraceptive method data reported. 

In 1984, the list of contraceptive methods was also revised: oral 
contraceptives were categorized into combination pills and mini-pills; 
the sponge, cervical cap, fertility awareness, and spermicidal jelly/ 
cream (alone) were added; and the "none" category was eliminated. 

Also in x984, response choices in the Abortion Method category were 
rearranged and the names of the methods ipdated. The "ocmbination" 

response was eliminated and replaced with "other (please specify) ." 

Tnese changes allow for easier correction and verification of 
questionable responses • 

The Complications or Failures category was restructured into minor 
(^-d not require hospitalization) and major (did require hospitalization) 
with treatment options offered for each as a means of verifying coding 
intentions. The complications response choices remained inchanged, with 
two responses (heavy bleeding/hemorrhage and infection; listed inder both 
"minor" and "major" complications. These changes and the differences 
between minor and ma]or complications were determined with the assistance 
of provider agencies' staff. 



Population 

The 1985 population estimates ur^ed in this publication are the only 
known source of population data by age group, sex and comty available at 
tlie time of publication of this report. In 1980, the census data were 
used to estimate the state population. These data were considered to be 
highly accurate due to various checking and follow-ip procedures. The 
1981 tniough 1985 estimates are postcensal estimates, and a modified 
version of the cohort-component method was used in their prod action • 
The oohor t-component me thod is an es tabli shed me thod of es tima ting 
population arid is normally very accurate if birth, death, census and 
migration data are of good quality. Although these estimates are not as 
accurate as an actual census, they are still very useful estimators of 
the actual population of Minnesota. All rates in this publication have 
been calculated using these 1985 population estimates as a denominator. 

Since the method for producing estimates was modified, age/sex 
estimates for some oointies may show some marked changes. Therefore, 
caution IS advised in interpreting changes in age-specific rates, since 
the differences may be artifacts rather than meaningful observations. 



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OccLpational Injuries and Illnesses 



Nature of Injury or Illness, Source of Injury or Illness, Type of 
Acx:ident and Part of Body affected are coded according to ANSIZ 16.2— 
1%2 "Method of Recording Basic Pacts Relating to the Nature and 
Occurrence of Work Injuries." Occipations are coded using CensiB Bureau 
Codes. Industries are coded using four digit Standard IndiBtry 
Classification Codes. 

The qiBlity of occupational injuries and illnesses data is related 
to the cccnpleteness and the accuracy of coding the "First Report of 
Injury." Extensive input editing by computer edit programs is performed 
on basic codes. Also, periodic reviews by Regional Bureau of Labor 
Statistics personnel are performed to aidit the coding function. 



D. GEOGRAPHIC AIJJQCATION 

Vital Events 

Vital events can be classified geograpnically in two ways. The 
first way is by place of occurrence, i.e., the actial state, oouity and 
minor civil division in which the birth or death book place. The secaid 
and more custonary way is by place of residence, i.e, the state, county 
and minor civil division stated to be the leial residence of the decedent 
in the case of deaths or of the mother in the case of e: newborn. Fetal 
deaths and infant deaths, in cases vAiere the child was never discharged 
from the hospital, are classified to the residence of the nother. 

While occurrence statistics are accurate and have both 
administrative value and some statistical importance, residence 
statistics are the more useful tool when constructing healtn indices for 
planning and evaluation purposes. The statistics provided in this report 
are residence data inless otherwise stated. 

Allocation of vital events by place of residence is sonetimes 
difficult, because classification depends entirely on the statement of 
the usual place of residence firnished by the informant at the time the 
original certificate is completed. For variou£5 reasons, this statement 
may be incorrect or incomplete. For example, mailing addresses very 
often differ from the actual geograjAiic residence. 

Where the mailin9 address is a rural delivery nunber or when an 
inincorporated place is given as the place of residence, it is seldcxn 
possible to allocate the event to a specific township or the correct 
minor civil di^/ision, if this 4-nformation is not sijplied. How cften 
incorrect information on residence is recorded is not known, but ?.t is 
generally due to lack of information concerning the exact location of 
residence or misunderstanding of the question on the part of the 
informant. 



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This problem is applicable generally only to minor civil division 
level data. Resident couits for the state as a whole are, for all 
practical purposes, very accurate. Cointy resident figures are 
substantially correct and can be used with a high degree of confidence. 

Each of Minnesota's 87 oomties is classified into one of eight 
health districts, the borders of v^^ich can be made to correspond to 
former Health Systems Agency (HSA) boundaries. The Health Systons 
Agencies, established uider PL 93-641, were regional agencies designated 
for the planning and developnent of nealth services. Some data presented 
in this report are also aggregated by J^H health district. Appendix C is 
a map showing the oouity distribution of the health districts and health 
service areas in Minnesota. 



Data on induced abortions are collected and coded to the comty and 
minor civil division of residence of tlie recipient. The quality of 
geographic allocation is hignly suspect due to total dependence on the 
patient responses at the time of the procedure. 

This report does not include comty level tables dee to .the chance 
of inadvertent disclosure of individiBl identity. However, a map 
illustrating comty totals in ranges is included as Figure 25, page 173. 



The 1985 population estimates by age groip and sex are available at 
the state ana comty level, as well as estimates for Minneapolis, St. 
Paul and Duluth. Estimates of the 1985 population of every city and 
townsnip outside tne seven-oomty Twin Cities Metropolitan Area were 
created by tne Office of the State DemograjAier . These estimates, 
however, are not broken down by age groip or sex. Estimates of 
the population of cities and townsnips inside the seven-oomty Twin 
Cities Metropolitan Area were created by the Metropolitan Cornell. 



E. DEFINITIONS OF KATES 

Absolute oomts of neaith-related events do not readily xend 
tnonselves to analysis and comparison between years ana between various 
geograjiiic areas because of population differences and the small nunber 
of reported events. These danograjAiic differences incline totax nunber, 
age and sex distributions, and ethnic or racial differentials. In order 
to assess the health status of a particular population at a specified 
time, the aosoiute nunber of events is converted to a relative nunber 
su::h as a probability of living or dying^ a rate^ a ratio, or an index. 
This conversion is made by relating the crude nunber of events to the 
living population at risK in a particular area at a specified time. 



Reported Induced Atortions 



Population 



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The following types of rates are used in this report: 



ABQRTICN JBflE: The number of induced abortions per 1,000 females in 
the population of age 15 through 44 years. 

AG^CAUSE SPECIFIC DEMH RATE: Nunber of deaths from a specified 
cause witnin a specified age group per 100,000 population in tne 
saine age groip. 

AGE/SEX ADJUSTED DEftffl PATE: Ototal rates for oomties and cities 
are adjusted for age and sex on the basis of the state population. 

AGE-SPBCIFIC PRBGNANCr RATE: Nunnber of live births pliB fetal 
deaths plus indtced abortions to women in a specified age groip per 
IfOOO fonales in tnc population comprising the same specified age 
groip. 

OttJDE BIRIH RATE: Nunnber of live births per 1,000 population. 

CRUDE DEATH RATE: Nunber of deaths per 1,000 population. 

FEKPILIT5f RATE: Total nunber of live births per 1,^30 females in 
the population of age 15 throtgh 44 years. 

INFANT OEMH RATE: Deaths mati.* one year of age per 1,000 live 
bir ths. 

NBlKATAL MATH RASE: Nunber of infants dying mder 28 days of age 
per 1,000 live births. 

OOCUPAMCNAL INJURY AND ILLNESS RATE: Nunber of reported injuries 
or illnesses in a given industrial category per 1,000 workers in the 
same industrial category. Tne state rate is calculated exciu3ing 
agricultural industry categories. 

PERINATAL DEATB RATE: Nunber of fetal deatns of 20 weeks or more 
gestation plus the nunber of neonatal deaths (deaths to infants 
uider 28 days of age) per 1,000 live births. 

PRBGNANCX RftTE: Nunber of live births plus the nunber of fetal 
deaths plus the nunber of induced abortions per 1,000 females in the 
population of age 15 throigh 44 years. 

SEX ADJUSTED-AOE SPECIFIC IKATH RATE: Specific age groip rates for 
couities and cities have been adjusted for sex on the basis of the 
state population for the specific age groip. 

STftNDftRDIZED MaREMJTY RATE: Cause specific mortality rates are 
aajusted for age and sex on the basis of the i940 United States 
Standara Population. 



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TREi^DS 
OF THE 
70s & 80s 



Every day during the decade, 1976-1985, 
residents of Minnesota experienced 
an average of: 




4,075,970 
Popuiation 




40 

Divorces 



41 

induced 
Abortions 



( S"" 1 


1 178 ] 


\ Deaths / 


\ Births / 




*19eo Census 



22 



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NKEIMVL BOEASB 



Minnesota's birth rate rose steadily for the first six years of the 1976 
through 1985 interval, fron 14.3 events per 1,000 in 1976 to 16.7 in 1981--a 
17 percent increase. The rate then dropped in 1982 and 1983 and rose 
slightly again in 1984 and 1985. Death rates for the same ten year period 
have remained quite stable. The largest annual fluctuation occurred between 
1978 and 1979 when the rate dropped five percent fron 8.3 to 7.9. 

The difference between the birth and death rate results in the rate of 
natural increase, shewn in Figure 1 below. Due to the rising biith rates and 
the stability of death rates between 1976 and 1981, the j.ate of natural 
increase rose gradually to 8.7 in 1981. This rate was nearly half that of 
the 16.7 natural increase rate experienced in 1955 when the birth rate peaked 
at 25.7. Since 1981, natural increase rates have leveled to the 1985 rate of 
7.8. 



Figure 1 

BIRTH AND DEATH RATES PER 1000 POPULATION 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1976 - 1985 



2Cn 



16 




A Birth Rote 
O Death Rate 



1976 1977 1978 1979 



1980 19S1 
Year 



1982 1983 1984 1985 



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LIVE BIRIBS 



Births by Geographic Area 

Minnesota experienced a 20 percent increase in the number of resident 
live births over the past decade (see Figure 2 below) . Sixty-seven thousand 
four hundred twelve resident births were recorded in 1985, compared to 56,594 
in 1976* 

The total number of resident live births within the seven-county 
metropolitan area rose annually in each year fron 1976 (with the exception of 
1983, when a slight decrease — three percent — was noted) forward. On the 
other hand, non-metro area resident births grew fron 29,884 in 1976 to 35,606 
in 1980, and thereafter declined, ^kx^-metro resident live births were higher 
than metro area births in the mid 1970 's through 1982 and have since drc^ped 
below metro area totals. In 1985, total metro area live births were ten 
percent higher than the reported 31,770 non-metro resident births. 



Figure 2 

LIVE BIRTHS TO METRO VERSUS NON-METRO RESIDENTS 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1975 - 1985 



36,000-1 



34.000 



32,000 



> 



.-a 




^ ?0.000-/^ 



E 



28,0C0-j 



V 



icSOOO 



24.000 



/ 



/ 



A Non-Metro 
o Metro 



1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 

Year 



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Fertility Rates 



Fertility rates are defined as the number of live births per 1,000 women 
in the population aged 15 through 44 years. These rates for 1976 through 
1985 are depicted for Minnesota and metro and non-metro area residents in 
Figure 3 below Minnesota's lowest fertility rate in the decade was 63.8 
births per 1,000 wcroen m 1976. The rate increased to a high of 71 0 in 1981 
and then declined to the 1985 rate of 68.0. An overall increase of seven 
percent m the fertility rate was experienced in the ten year period. 

The seven-county metro area, which followed a pattern similar to the 
^"^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ <57.4). The metro rate then rose 
^''^^ J-^ ' ^^^^ ^5^^" y^^s ^ peaked in 1985 with a rate of 

66.2. The net increase in the decade for the metro area was 15 percent. 

The non-metro area fertility pattern also showed an increase in tlie rate 
from 1976 through 1980, however the decreases since 1980 were more marked 
than those experienced in either the state as a whole or the metro area. The 
1976 non-metro rate of 70.9 births per 1,000 wonen was 24 percent higher than 
the metro rate for the same year. When the non-metro rate reached its 

^'f ?^ ^^^-^ ^98°^' it was still 23 percent higher 

than the metro rate of 63.7. However, tlie gap between the two areas began 
closing m the 1980's and by 1985 only a six percent difference remaiSd. 
The non-metro rate reached its lowest point in the decade in 1985, whereas 
the metro rate reached its highest— 70.1 and 66.2 respectively. 



Figure 3 
FERTIUTY RATE BY REGION AND STATE 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1976 - 1985 




O 



X* 



55 n 



1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 19S2 1983 1984 1985 

Year 



O StQte 



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Mean Age of Mother 



Between 1976 and 1985 , mother's average age at birth increasec annually 
by one and two tenths of a year from 25.1 in 1976 to 26.6 in 1985* The 
overall increase over the decade was 1.5 years. 

Paralleling the rising trend of mother's "^an age for total births, mean 
age at the time of first birth also shewed annual gains. The average age at 
first birth, which was 22.7 in 1976, increased 7.5 percent over the decade to 
24.4 years of age. Figure 4 below illustrates the changes over time. 



Figure 4 

MEAN AGE OF MOTHER AT RRST BIRTH AND FOR TOTAL BIRTHS 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1976 - 1985 



27 



26- 



25 



O 2A 
< 



c 

D 
O 

3 



23-1 



o- 




22 



21 



A First Birth 
o Total Births 



1976 1977 1978 1979 



1980 1981 
Year 



1982 1983 1984 1985 



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INE3^ (CREALTIY 



Infant Mortality Bates, 1930-1985 

The extraordinary decline in infant mortality within Minnesota over the 
past half century is apparent in Figure 5 below. In 1930 2,457 babies under 
one year of age died, resulting in an -.nfant nortality rate of 51.8 deaths 
per 1,00C live births. Sino. :hen the rate has plunmeted by a total of 83 
percent to the 8.8 deaths per . uOO live births observed in 1985. 

A similar phenomena occurred with the neonatal deaths (deaths in the 
first 28 days of life). The death rate fell 84 percent from 34.1 per 1,000 
live births in 1930 to 5.4 in 1985. 

Vostneonatal deaths, defined as deaths between 28 days and one year 
of ac,e, also dropped dramatically from 17.7 deaths per 1,000 live births to 
3.4 for the same time period. 

The most notable decrease in a decade was observed between 1970 and 
1980. Both the total infant death rate and neonatal death rate dropped 
dramatically— 43 percent and 55 percent respectively. The decline in 
neonatal deaths in that ten-year period accounted entirely for the observed 
drop in total infant deaths since the postneonatal death rate remained the 
same. Neonatal deaths continued to decrease at a slightly faster pace than 
postneonatal deaths in the 1980 's, however the decline has slowed 
considerably. 



Figure 5 

INFANT, NEONATAL AND POST-NEONATAL DEATH RATES 
MINNESOTA RESIDENT?;, 1930 - 1985 

60-1 




0-1 , , , , r— 

1930* 1940» 1950 1950 1970 1980 

Year 



• Doto IS by p)oc« of occurrtnce 



27 



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Race Specific Infant Mortctlity 



The variability of infant death rates by race is illustrated in Figure 6 
below. (It shr -Id be noted that small numbers of births and deaths result in 
the large differences in annual race-specific rates.) Black infant death 
rates were typically double those of whites between 1977 and 1983. However, 
the black rate declined fron 22. J in 1983 to 11.3 in 1984. In 1985 the black 
infant death rate increased to 15.7 deaths per 1,000 live births. 

Infant mortality rates for American Indians were higher than white rates 
for 1976 through 1980 and then began dropping. In 1984 Indian infant 
mortality rates dipped below the white rate and the 6.4 deaths per 1,000 
Indian births in 1985 was the lowest rate ever reported. 

The race "Other Asian and Pacific Islanders" includes several Southeast 
Asian natives (Korean, Hmong, Vietnamese, etc.) as well as some Pacific 
Islanders. The 1980 and 1982 infant death rates are higher than white rates, 
however all other years between 1980 and 1985 exhibit lower rates. The 1985 
Asian rate of 5.0 is the lowest death rate observed in Minnesota. 



Figure 6 

INFANT MORTAUTY RATES BY RACE 
MINNESOTA RESDENTS, 1976 - 1985 



30- 



25 



X 20-. 
CD 




Race 

° A White 



O Block 
X Indian 



1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 d Other Asian * 

Year 

* Includes Southeast Asian, i.e.. Korean, I 'otian, Vietnamese, etc., and some Pacific Islanders 
Data for this race group is not applicable prior to 1980 



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INDUCED ABOmONS 



Induoed Abortions in Minnesota^ 197S-1985 

Reported induced abortions performed in Minnesota during the 1976 
through 1985 interval are depicted in Figure 7 below. The total number of 
abortions rose annually fron 14^124 in 1976 to 19^028 in 1980— a 35 percent 
increase. Between 1980 and 1983 a 14 percent decrease occurred, and although 
slight increases were detected in 1984 and 1985 r the 1985 total of 17^686 
abortions was still seven percent lower than reported in 1980. 

A similar trend was apparent for Minnesota resident abortions performed 
in Minnesota. The highest number ot resident abortions occurred in 1980 when 
16^490 were reported^ representing a 48 percent increase over the nurnber 
reported in 1976. Decreases were observed for three years following 1980 ^ 
however a ten percent rise occurred between 1983 and 1985. Minnesota 
resident abortions comprised 84 percent of all abortions performed in 
Minnesota in 1976^ and nearly 91 percent by 1985. 



Figure 7 

REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
MINNESOTA, 1976 - 1985 



20.000 



£ 15 000 
o 



o 

< 

^ 10 000 ' 

•o 

c 

-o 

s 

o 

o. , 

^ 5 000- 



Totol Reported 
I Minntsota Residents 



11109 



■ 19028 i 



; 18304 




17758 ^ 



15559 



'15428: 

^////// 



14514 



'17314^ 

•///// 



15556 



: 17686 1 

'//////, 



15002 



1976 



1977 



1978 



1979 



1980 1981 
Year 



1982 



1983 



1984 



1985 



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Induced Abortions bjf Geographic Area 

rigure 8 below depicts changes in the abortion rate (number of induced 
abortions per 1,000 women aged 15 through 44) between 1976 and 1985. The 
abortion rate rose from 11.1 events per 1,000 in 1976 to 16.5 in 1980, 
representing a statewide increase of 49 percent. Increases were apparent in 
both metro and ncxi-metro areas at 43 and 25 percent respectively. A three- 
year decline in rates occurred between 1980 and 1983, after which bothi the 
state and metro area rate rose to their current rates of 16.0 and 22.4. The 
non-metro abortion rate also increased slightly in 1984 but then fell in 1985 
to its lowest rate of tlie decade — 8. 7. 

As Figure 8 illustrates, metro area abortion rates were ccxisistently 
higher than non-metro abortion rates throughout the decade. In 1976, the 
metro area rate was approximately 80 percent higher; by 1978 it was double 
that of the non-metro area. The gap between the two geographic area rates 
continued to widen and at the end of the ten-year period, the metro area 
exhibited a rate more than two and one-half times that of ncxi-metro rea. 



o 

Of 



Figure 8 

aportion rate by region and state 
Minnesota residents, i976 - 1985 



22 



2 

o 



I 



20- 



18 



/ 



"-o — 



]4 



o 

E 

if 

o 
o 



CL 




o-i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 > 

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1985 1984 1985 

Year 



O Stah 

X Mttr o R<yQn 



30 



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Standardized Mcwrtality Rates^ 1950-1985 

Many factors affect statistical trends such as those pertaining to 
mortality. Included are deftographic changes in the pcpulatiai (age, sex, 
race) and classif icatory changes in the International Classification of 
Diseases (used in cause of death coding) • One way to account for demographic 
factors is to adjust death rates to a standard population. Changes in cause 
of death classification are reconciled by converting to a standard which uses 
corpatibility ratios. 

When differentiating amcxig the conditions which contribute to the death 
one must verify that the trends which ^pear are due to real changes in the 
cause of death instead of changes in demography or classif icatory (nosologic) 
practice. In the following analysis, demographic and classification 
adjustments were made for selected leading canses of death to Minnesota 
residents 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980 and 1985. This adjustment practice is 
labelled rate standardization. The 1940 United States pcpulaticwi was the 
population to which the rates were adjusted to produce comparability 
throughout die years. 

The trends associated with selected leading causes of death between 1950 
and 1985 are depicted in Table 1 and visually presented in Figure 9. The 
total standardized death rate declined from 808.3 per 100,000 population* in 
1950 to 514.5 in 1985~a reducticxi of nearly 300 deaths per 100,000 (3 per 
1,000) . 

The largest reduction in standardized death rates in the ten causes 
represented in Table 1 was the 79.5 percent decrease observed since 1950 in 
perinatal conditions. This decrease is consistent with the overall decline 
in infant mortality. Another phenomena affecting mainly young people is 
deaths due to congenital ancroalies. The standardized rate for those causes 
also showed a major decrease (56 percent) over the study period. 

Cerebrovascular disease also indicated a large decrease during the 35 
year study period when the standardized rates fell from 98.0 per 100,000 in 
1950 to 35.9 in 1985— a 63 percent decline. Diabetes and heart disease rates 
fell by 48 percent and 43 percent respectively. A 41 percent drop was also 
observed in pieumc«iia and influenza death rates. 

Injuries are a leading cause of death for both young and old. 

Unintentional injury death rates declined by 24 deaths per 100,000 between 

1950 and 1985. A slight decrease (seven percent) was observed in the suicide 
death rate for the study period. 

The only apparent increases in the ten major cause categories were in 
chronic liver disease and cirrhosis and malignant neoplasms. A 41 percent 
increase was observed in chronic liver disease rates, and the malignant 
nec^lasm rate rose less than one percent. 



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Table 1 

STANDARDIZED MORTALITY RATES PER 100,000 POpaiATION 
BY SELECTED CAUSES OF DEATH 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1950-1985 









Year 








Selected Causes 
of Death 




1950 


1960 


1970 


1980 




1985 


% Change 
1950-1985 


Total 


808.3 


739.2 


674.0 


542.9 


514.5 


-36.3 


Heart Disease 


292.3 


269.8 


239.0 


189.8 


165.2 


-43.5 


Malignant Neoplasras 


129.6 


126.1 


130.0 


127.8 


129.7 


+ 0.1 


Cerebrovascular 


98.0 


91.6 


72.2 


41.5 


35.9 


-63.4 


Unintentional Injury 


55.1 


49.5 


52.3 


39.0 


31.5 


-42.8 




24.0 


29 0 


18 8 


13 9 


14 1 


-41.3 


Suicide 


11.3 


10.0 


10.7 


10.6 


10.5 


- 7.1 


Diabetes 


16.1 


12.8 


12. G 


8.1 


8.4 


-47.8 


Chronic Liver Disease 
and Cirrhosis 


5.1 


7.3 


9.6 


7.6 


7.2 


+41.2 


Certain Ccxiditicxi 
Originating in the 
Perinatal Period 


32.7 


25.7 


21.0 


8.4 


6.7 


-79.5 


Congenital Anonalies 


13.3 


11.0 


9.2 


7.0 


5.8 


-56.4 



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Figure 9 

STANDARDIZED MORTALITY RATES* FOR SELECTED CAUSES OF DEATH 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1950 - 1985 



1000-1 




1985 



A Total 



X Heart Disease 



□ MaPg na nt Ne op lasm s 
la Cerebrovascular 



S Unintentional Injury 
^ Pneumonia-Influenza 



^ Suicide _ 

® Diabetes 

O Chro'^ic Liver-Cirrhosis 

+ Perinatal Conditions 



O Con9enit Ql Ano malies 



*Note that the death rate scale is logarithmic in form. 



3^ 




MARRIA(XS AND DIVOBCES 



Marriage and Divorce Ra tes , 1930-1985 

figures 10 and 11 illustrate changes in marriage and divotce rates ovec 
tinve. Only slight annual variations appear for the past decade as Figure 10 
indicates, with marriage showing its largest rate increase between 1978 and 
1979 when the rate rose from 8.4 to 9.1 per 1,000 population {an eight 
percent irjrease). The largest annual fluctuation i\\ the divorce rate 
between 1976 and 1985 occurre<3 between 1980 and 1981 when the cate increased 
8.1 percent from 3.7 to 4.0 per 1,000 population. 

Figure 11 depicts overall Minnesota and United States marriage ano 
divorce rates in the past half century. On tlie whole, maxriage rates have 
shown marked variability. 

Minnesota marciage rates juoped 19 percent in the decade between I960 
and 1970, and 12 percent between 1970 and 1980, but fell nearly nine percent 



Figure 10 

MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE RATES PER 1,000 POPULATION 
MINNESOTA OCCURRENCE, 1976 - 1985 

lO-j 



8 





2- 



0- 



Morrtoge Rote 
O Divorce f^ate 



1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 J985 

Year 



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between i980 and 1985* Siniixari^, the U.S. expeiienceci a z5 peicenc increase- 
between i960 and 1970. however^ the late neic 5teao> in the iv70's dr.c 
aropped slightly (tout percent) between 1980 anc i£85. 

Divorce rates in Minnesota have fcilowec che o.S. tienc since 1930. ihe 
national divorce rate peakea at 5.2 per x,OGO population m 19S0. 
Minnesota's highest year plotted in Figure 11 was also 1980 — 3.7. ?,"ictn 
national and Minnesota divorce rates have nore than tripled m tne past haii. 
century, but Minnesota rates renrain well belov; the O.S. rates. 



Figure 11 

MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE RATES PER 1,000 POPULATION 
UNITED STATES AND MINNESOTA OCCURRENCE, 1930 - 1985 




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Mean Marital Ages 



The mean age at first marriage has risen in the past decade for both 
grooms and brides (see Figure 12 below) • The average groofn*s age gained only 
three tenths of a year between 1976 and 1980/ but accelerated between 1980 
and 1985/ when the average age rose from 23.9 to 24.9 years. First time 
brides also showed the greatest increase in age between 1980 and 1985/ 
climbing from 21.9 to 23.0 years. 



Figure 12 

MEAN REPORTED AGE AT RRST MARRIAGE BY SEX 
MINNESOTA OCCURRENCE, 1975 - 1985 




21- 

A Groom 

I ^ Bride 

20-; J 1 1 1 1 1 1 I -I 

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 

Year 



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Mean Ages at Divorcie 



The mean ages of husband and wife at the time of divorce have risen 
steadily since 1976 with the exception of a slight drop in the 1980 data 
year (see Figure 13) . The mean age of husbands increased fron 33.9 in 1976 to 
35.8 in 1985 — a change of nearly two years. The mean age of wives also 
increased by 1.9 years in the ten-year period. On average, .omen were two 
and one half years younger than men at time of divorce throughoit the decade. 



Figure 13 

MEAN REPORTED AGE UPON DIVORCE OR ANNULMENT BY SEX 
MINNESOTA OCCURRENCE, 1976 - 1985 



37- 



36-1 



O 



< 

C 

o 

Q> 

2 




33 n 



32 



31- 



30^ 



A Husband 
O Wife 



1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 

Year 



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37 



BQGPmL UTILIZATION IN MntffiSOIA, 1976-1985 



Data applicable to hospital utilizaticxi over the decade 1976 through 1985 are 
shown in Table 2. The number of operating hospitals in Minnesota declined by 
seven overall between 1976 and 1985. The number of licensed beds decreased 
steadily from 19^620 in 1976 to 18^126 in 1983~a 7 2 percent decline. However 
licensed beds increased by 14 percent in 1984 even x^ough the total number of 
operating hospitals (169) was the lowest in the ten-year period* Admissions fell 
four percent between 1976 and 1979^ rose by two percent in 1980 and declined for 
the next five years. A total decrease of nearly 18 percent was observed between 
1976 admissions of 663,152 and the 545,205 admissicais of 1985. 

Percentage of occupancy followed a pattern similar to the trend in 
admissiais. Occupancy fell from 62.9 percent in 1976 to 60.8 percent by 1979. 
The percent of occupancy showed a slight increase in 1980 and then dropped to a 
low of 44.7 percent in 1985. The overall drop represented a 29 percent decrease 
in percent occupancy. 

The average length of stay also dipped by eight tenths of a day as the 
average number of days per hospital stay declined from 6.9 in 1976 to 6.1 in 1985. 

Table 2 

SELEJCTED CAPACITY AND UTILIZATION DATA, 
GEffiRAL LICENSED AND OPERATING HOSPn'ALS, 
MINNESOTA 1976-1985 



Year 


Number of 
Hospitals 


Licensed Beds 
Number Rate* 


Admissiois 
Number Rate* 


Percent 
Occupancy 


Average 
Length 
of Stay 
in Days 


1976 


178 


19,620 


4.9 


663,152 


167 


62.9 


6.9 


1977 


178 


19,463 


4.9 


656,146 


165 


61.6 


6.7 


1978 


178 


19,262 


4.8 


645,191 


161 


60.9 


6.6 


1979 


175 


19,100 


4.7 


638,329 


157 


60.8 


6.7 


1980 


172 


18,579 


4.6 


652,112 


160 


63.1 


6.6 


1981 


171 


18,383 


4.5 


643,168 


157 


62.9 


6.6 


1982 


171 


18,214 


414 


62";, 693 


151 


60.1 


6.4 


1983 


170 


18,126 


4.4 


611,444 


147 


57.3 


6.2 


1984 


169 


20,727 


5.0 


594,628 


143 


49.4 


6.3 


1985 


171 


20,314 


4.8 


545,205 


130 


44.7 


6.1 



* Rate per 1,000 population 

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OVERVIEW 
OF VITAL 
STATISTICS 



39 



Category 



Table 3 

PERCENT CHANGES BE1VEE14 1984 AND 1985 
SEIKrrED MINNESOTA HEALTO STftTISTICS 



Percent 
Change 



Population 
Births 
Birth Rate 

Cut-of -Wedlock Percent 

Fertility Rate 

Population of Wcmen 15-44 

White Births 

Black Births 

Indian Births 

Prenatal Care — Third 
Trimester or none 

Median Nuniber of Prenatal 
Care Visits 

Infants weighing Less Than 
2,500 Grams 

Less Than 37 weeks Gestation 

Deaths 

Fetal Deaths 

Infant Deatns 

Neonatal Deaths 

Infant Mortality Kate 

Neonatal Mortality Rate 

Violent Deaths 

Hcn^icide 

Unintentional Injury 
Suicide 

Inoury Undetermined Whether 
Unintentionally Inflicted 

Mar r lages 

Divorces ano Annuunents 



+0.8 
+1.0 
+0.6 

+11.9 
+0.9 
+0.1 
+0.4 

+12.0 
+2.4 

+6.3 

+0.9 

-2.0 
+3.3 
+3.1 
-5.6 
+0.2 
+0.6 
0.0 
0.0 
+3.3 
+3.6 
+2.2 
+3.6 

+33.3 
-3.2 
+0.3 




4,161,464 
66,715 
16.0 
13.5% 
67.4 
990,307 
60,875 
1,763 
1,374 

3.2% 

11.2 

4.9% 
6.1% 
33,746 
465 
590 
362 
8.8 
5.4 
2,079 
83 
1,518 
441 

36 

36,223 
14,758 



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Table 4 

ICSlDfcNl' LIVE BIHTOS, CRUDE BIRIW RATES*, AND FERriLITY RATES**, 
MINNESOTA AND UNITED STATES, 1940, 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960, 1965-1985 



Live Births Crude Birth Rate* Feitility Rate** 



Year 


Minnesota 


United states 


Minnesota 


United states 


Minnesota 


United S 


1940 


52,915 


2,559,000 


19.0 


19.4 


81.0 


79.9 


1945 


54,656 


2,858,000 


20.9 


20.4 


85.1 


85.9 


1950 


75,078 


3,632,000 


25.2 


24.1 


119.1 


106.2 


1955 


81,532 


4,097,000 


25*. 7 


25.0 


130.1 


118.3 


1960 


87,523 


4,257,850 


25.6 


23.7 


136.0 


118.0 


1965 


/U,olU 


3,760, 358 


19.7 


19.4 


105.9 


96.3 


1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 


66,781 
64,532 
64,759 
65,961 
68,449 


3,606,274 
3,520,S59 
3,501,564 
3,600,206 
3,731,386 


18.5 
17.6 
17.5 
17.6 
18.0 


18.4 
17.8 
17.6 
17.9 
18.4 


96.0 
96.8 
93.2 
90.5 
88.4 


90.8 
87.2 
85.2 
86.1 
87.9 


1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 


62,498 
56,395 
53,783 
55,753 
56,463 


3,555,970 
3,258,411 
3,136,965 
3,159,958 
3,144,198 


16.2 
14.5 
13.8 
14.2 
14.4 


17.2 
15.6 
14.8 
14.8 
14.6 


78.2 
69.6 
65.4 
66.8 
65.4 


81.6 
73.1 
68.8 
67.8 
66.0 


1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 


56,599 
60,2G4 
61,977 
65,325 
67,843 


3,167,788 
3,326,632 
3,333,279 
3,494,398 
3,612,258 


14.3 
15.2 
15.5 
16.1 
16.6 


14.6 
15.1 
15.0 
15.6 
15.9 


63.8 
66.8 
67.1 
69.0 
70.8 


65.0 
66.8 
65.5 
67.2 
6d.4 


1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 


68,652 
68,512 
65,559 
66,715 
67,412 


3,629,238 
3,680,537 
3,638,933 
3,669,141 
3,760,561 


16.7 
16.6 
15.8 
16.0 
16.1 


15.8 
15.9 
15.5 
15.5 
15.8 


71.0 
70.1 
66.8 
67.9 
68.0 


67.4 
67.3 
65.8 
65.4 
66.2 



Live Births per 1,000 Population 

Live Births poi 1,000 Female Population of Ages 15-44 



r 41 



ERIC 



Table 5 

NUMBERS AND RAl'ES OF KESIDD^T LIVE BIKITIS, DEA-HiS, AND MATEIu^ DEA-HiS 
MINNESOTA AND UNITED STATES, 
1940, 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960, 1965-1985 



Live Births Deaths Maternal Deaths 



Minnesota United States Minnesota United States Minnesota United States 



Year 


Number 


Rate* 


Number 


Rate* 


Number 


Rate** 


Nur±ier 


Rate** 


Number 


Rate*** 


Number 


Rate*** 


1940 


52,915 


19.0 


2,559,000 


19.4 


26,354 


9.4 


1,417,269 


10.8 


115 


217.3 


8,876 


376.0 


1945 


54,656 


20.9 


2,858,000 


Z0.4 


26,763 


10.2 


1 401 719 


10.6 


1^ 

1 o 




J§ ooo 


Z\} / .^ 


1950 


75,078 


25.2 


3,632,000 


24.1 


27,897 


9.4 


1,452,454 


9.6 


43 


57.3 


2,960 


83.3 


1955 


81,532 


25.7 


4,097,000 


25.0 


28,574 


9.0 


1,528,717 


9.3 


27 


33.1 


1,901 


47.0 


1960 


87,523 


25.6 


4,257,850 


23.7 


31,596 


9.3 


1 711 982 


9.5 


1*^ 


\A 9 






1965 


70,810 


19.7 


3,760,358 


19.4 


32,477 


9.0 


1,828,136 


9.4 


12 


16.8 


1,189 


31.6 


1966 


66,781 


18.5 


3,606,274 


18.4 


33,222 


9.2 


1,863,149 


9.5 


12 


18.0 


1,049 


29.1 


1967 


64,532 


17.6 


3,520,?'".9 


17.8 


32,917 


9.0 


1,851,323 


9.4 


6 . 


9.3 


987 


28.0 




d4, /Dy 


17.3 


3,501,5b4 


17.6 


33,890 


9.2 


1,930,082 


9.7 


5 


1.1 


859 


24.5 


1963 


65,961 


17.6 


3,600,206 


17.9 


33,791 


9.0 


1,921,990 


9.5 


11 


16.7 


801 


22.2 


1970 


68,449 


18.0 


3,731,386 


18.4 


33,919 


8.9 


1,921,031 


9.5 


9 


13.1 


803 


21. S 


1971 


62,498 


16.2 


3,553,970 


17.2 


33,871 


8.8 


1,927,542 


9.3 


14 


22.4 


668 


18.8 


19/2 


56,395 


14.5 


3,258,411 


15.6 


34,565 


8.9 


1,963,944 


9.4 


4 


7.1 


612 


18.8 


1973 


53,783 


13.8 


3,136,965 


14.8 


33,899 


8.7 


1,973,003 


9.3 


4 


7.4 


477 


15.2 


1974 


55,753 


14.2 


3,159,958 


14.8 


33,501 


8.6 


1,934,388 


9.1 


4 


7.2 


462 


14.6 


1975 


56,463 


14.4 


3,144,198 


14.6 


32,686 


8.3 


1,892,879 


8.8 


3 


5.3 


403 


12.8 


1976 


56,599 


14.3 


3,167,788 


14.6 


32,798 


8.3 


1,909,440 


8.8 


2 


3.5 


390 


12.3 


1977 


60,284 


15.2 


3,32^,632 


15.1 


32,281 


8.1 


1,899,597 


8.6 


4 


6.6 


373 


11.2 


1978 


61,977 


15.5 


3,333,279 


15.0 


33,312 


8.3 


1,927,788 


8.7 


6 


9.7 


321 


9.6 


1979 


65,325 


16. i 


3,494,398 


15.6 


32,082 


7.9 


1,913,841 


8.5 


3 


4.6 


336 


9.6 


1980 


67,843 


16.6 


3,612,258 


15.9 


33,415 


8.2 


1,989,841 


8.8 


4 


5.9 


334 


9.2 


1981 


68,652 


16.7 


3,629,238 


15.8 


32,815 


8.0 


1,977,981 


8.6 


2 


2.9 


309 


8.5 


1982 


68,512 


16.6 


3,680,537 


15.9 


32,976 


8.0 


1,974,797 


8.5 


3 


4.4 


292 


7.9 


1983 


65,559 


15.8 


3,638,933 


15.5 


33,902 


8.2 


2,019,201 


8.6 


2 


3.1 


290 


8.0 


1984 


66,715 


16.0 


3,669,141 15.5 


33,746 


8.1 


2,039,369 


6.6 


3 


7.5 


285 


7.8 


1985 


67,412 


16.1 


3,749,000+ 15.7+ 


34,793 


8.3 


2,086,440 


8.7 


3 


4.5 


295 


7.8 



* Live Births per 1,000 Population 

** Deaths per 1,000 Population 

*** Maternal Deaths per 100,000 Live Births 

+ Provisional Data 



ERLC 



42 



Table 6 

NLMBERS AND RAIES OF INFAWT DEATttS, NEJONATAL DEATHS, AND FETAL DEATHS 
MINNESOTA AND LNIOED STAIBS, 
1940, 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960, 1965-1985 



Infant Deaths Neonatal Deaths Fetal Deaths 



Minnesota United States Minnesota Uhited States Minnesota united States 



Year 


Nunber 


Rate* 


Nunber 


Rate* 


Nunber 


Rate** 


Nunber 


Rate** 


N jnber 


Rate*** 


Nunber 


Pate*** 


1940 


1,772 


33.3 


110 


,984 


47.0 


',246+ 


23.4 


67 


, 866 


28.8 


1,144+ 


21.5 


73,802 


31.3 


1945 


1,698 


31.1 


104 


,684 


38.3 


1,226+ 


22 6 


66 


,593 


24.3 


1,141 


20.9 


65,513 


23.9 


1950 


1,876 


25.0 


103 


,825 


29.2 


1,430 


19.0 


72 


,855 


20.5 


1,208 


16.1 


68,262 


19.2 


1955 


1,779 


21.8 


106 


,903 


26.4 


1,3&'5 


17.0 


77 


,351 


19.1 


1,173 


14.4 


69,153 


17.1 


1960 


1,881 


21.5 


110,873 


26.0 


1,397 


16.0 


79 


r733 


18.7 


1,058 


12.1 


68,480 


16.1 


1965 


1,432 


20.2 


92 


,866 


24.7 


1,075 


15.2 


66 


,419 


17.7 


921 


13.0 


60,859 


16.2 


1936 


1,299 


19.5 


85,516 


23.7 


987 


14.8 


61 


941 


17.2 


819 


12. 3 


56,637 


15.7 


1%7 


1,288 


20.0 


79,028 


22.4 


980 


15.2 


58 


127 


16.5 


712 


11.0 


54 934 


15.6 


1968 


1,192 


18.4 


76 


263 


21.8 


894 


13.8 


56 


456 


16.1 


740 


11.4 


55 ,'293 


15.8 


1%9 


1,110 


16.8 


75 


073 


20.9 


876 


13.3 


56 


085 


15.6 


681 


10.3 


50,749 


14.1 


1970 


1,203 


17.6 


74 


667 


20.0 


944 


13.8 


56 


279 


15.1 


705 


10.3 


52 , 961 


14.2 


1971 


1,081 


17.3 


67 


981 


19.1 


829 


13.3 


50 


4% 


14.2 


594 


9.5 


47,818 


13.4 


1972 


946 


16.8 


60, 


182 


18.5 


704 


12.5 


44, 


432 


13.6 


533 


9.5 


41,380 


12.7 


1973 


831 


15.5 


55 


581 


17.7 


630 


11.7 


40 


664 


13.0 


481 


8.9 


38,309 


12.2 


1974 


809 


14.5 


52, 


776 


16.7 


598 


10.7 


38, 


738 


12.3 


523 


9.4 


36,281 


11.5 


1975 


771 


13.7 


50, 


525 


16.1 


582 


10.3 


36,416 


11.6 


479 


8.5 


33,796 


10.7 


1976 


789 


13.9 


48, 


265 


15.2 


565 


10.9 


34,587 


10.9 


487 


8.6 


33,111 


10.5 


1977 


664 


11.0 


46, 


975 


14.1 


478 


7.9 


32,860 


9.9 


471 


7.8 


33,053 


9.9 


1978 


739 


11.9 


45, 


945 


13.8 


513 


8.3 


31, 


618 


9.5 


468 


7.6 


32,301 


9.7 


1979 


700 


10.7 


45, 


665 


13.1 


469 


7.2 


30, 


980 


8.9 


445 


6.8 


32 , 969 


9.4 


1980 


679 


10.0 


45, 


526 


12.6 


421 


6.2 


30,618 


8.5 


449 


6.6 


33,353 


9.2 


1981 


701 


10.2 


43, 


305 


11.9 


448 


6.5 


29, 


121 


8.0 


461 


6.7 


32,596 


9.0 


1982 


645 


9.4 


42, 


401 


11.5 


402 


5.9 


28, 


335 


7.7 


429 


6.3 


NA 


NA 


1983 


645 


9.8 


40, 


627 


11.2 


410 


6.3 


26, 


507 


7.3 


457 


7.0 


NA 


NA 


1984 


590 


8.8 


39,58C 


10.8 


362 


5.4 


25, 


691 


7.0 


465 


7.0 


NA 


NA 


1985 


591 


8.8 


40, 


030 


10.6 


364 


5.4 


26, 


179 


7.0 


439 


6.5 


NA 


NA 



* Infant Deaths per 1,000 Live Births 

** Neonatal Deaths per 1,000 Live Births 

*** Fetal Deaths per 1,000 Live Births 

+ Place of Occirrence 



43 



Table 7 

MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES AND ANI>IUU^ENrS, NUMBERS AND RATES* 
MINNESOTA AND UNIT-ED STATES, 1940, 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960, 1965-1985 



Mar r iages Divorces 



Minnesota United States Minnesota United States 





# 


Rate* 


# 


Rate* 


# 


Rate** 


« 


Rate** 


1940 


27,419 


9.8 


1,595,879 


12.1 


2,957 


1.1 


264,000 


2.0 


1945 


26,195 


10.0 


1,612,992 


12.2 


5,326 


2.0 


485,000 


3.5 


A.JD\J 


m QQ1 


in A 




11 1 
i-i-.i. 




1 A 


JOD, UUU 


z. 0 


x955 


24,354 


7.8 


1,531,000 


9.3 


3,757 


1.2 


377,000 


2.3 


1960 


23,596 


6.9 


1,523,000 


8.5 


4,175 


1.2 


393,000 


2.2 


1965 


26,472 


7.4 


1,800,000 


9.3 


4,848 


1.3 


479,000 


2.5 


1966 


26,566 


7.3 


1,857,000 


9.5 


5,457 


1.5 


499,000 


2.5 


1 QUI 






J.,7Z / ,UUU 


y. / 


o,14o 


i. / 


523,000 


z.o 


1968 


30,671 


8.3 


2,069,000 


10.4 


6,646 


1.8 


584,000 


2.9 


1969 


31,971 


8.5 


2,145,000 


10.6 


7,496 


2.0 


639,000 


3.2 


1970 


31,280 


8.2 


2,158,802 


10.6 


8,221 


2.2 


708,000 


3.5 


1971 


31,196 


8.1 


2,190,481 


10.6 


9,494 


2.5 


773,000 


3.7 






O.J 




iu.y 


XU,zl4 




Q ac nnn 

o4d,00U 


1 n 


1973 


32,996 


8.5 


2,284,108 


10.8 


11,113 


2.9 


915,000 


4.3 


1974 


33,547 


8.6 


2,229,667 


10.5 


12,204 


3.1 


977,000 


4.6 


1975 


32.237 


8.2 


2,152,662 


10.0 


13,147 


3.3 


1,036,000 


4.8 


1976 


32,027 


8.1 


2,154,807 


9.9 


13, 7M 


3.5 


1,083,000 


5.0 


1977 


33,040 


8.3 


2,178,367 


9.9 


13,852 


3.5 


1,091,000 


5.0 


1978 


33,480 


8.4 


2,282,272 


10.3 


14,183 


3.5 


1,130,000 


5.1 


1979 


37,020 


9.1 


^.331,337 


10.4 


14,542 


3.6 


1,181,000 


5.3 


1980 


37,625 


9.2 


2,390,252 


10. e 


15,092 


3.7 


1,189,000 


5.2 


1981 


37,638 


9.2 


* ^22,145 


10.6 


16,329 


4.0 


1,213,000 


5.3 


1982 


37,409 


9.1 


' 27fl 


10.6 


15,177 


3.7 


1,170,000 


5.0 


1983 


36,259 


8.7 


,604 


10.5 


14,789 


3.f 


1,158,000 


4.9 


1984 


36,223 


8.7 


,C00*** 


10.5*** 


14,758 


3.5 


1,169,000 


5.0 


1985 


35,059 


8.4 


2,425,000*** 


10.2*** 


14,795 


3.5 


1,187,000*** 


5.0 



* Marriages per 1,000 Population 
** Divorces and Annulments per 1,000 Population 
*** Provisional Data 



ERIC 



44 



Table 8 

BIRTHS, DEATHS, INFANT DEATHS, FETAL DEATHS, MARRIAGES, 
DrvOECES AND ANNUXMENIS BY MONTH 
MINNESOTA OCCURRENCES, 1985 







JJeauiS 


Infant 
jjeauis 


Fetal 
Deaths 


Marriages 


Divorces 
and 
Annulments 








0 JZ 






14, /yb 








ox 


AA 


1,UZ0 


1,ZJ / 










'51 


l,4ol 




March 






OD 




l,ODl 


1 Tin 
1,11U 


April 




9 ft! ft 








i,zoy 


Mri\7 

^ id y 




S> ft71 


Dft 


AO 
flU 


J, JOO 


l,ZOD 






9 7^1 
Z, / *±± 


Dy 




D,Olz 


1,161 


July 


5,812 


2,823 


39 


29 


3,060 


1,239 


August 


5,771 


2,597 


38 


48 


4,848 


1,266 


September 


5,724 


2,754 


50 


24 


4,185 


1,092 


October 


5,667 


3,032 


49 


40 


3,267 


1,345 


November 


5,24: 


2,953 


40 


36 


2,307 


1,269 


December 


5,375 


3,187 


65 


34 


1,975 


1,460 


Unknown 















Page 38 

Er!c 45 



Table 9 

LIVE BIKraS, FETAL DEA1«S, DEATHS, INFANT DEAIWS, AND NEONATAL DEAIWS 
BY URBAN AREA OF RESIDE^3CE, MINNESC?IA, 1985 





Live 


Fetal 




Infant 


Neona 


Urban ntea* 


Births 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Deati 


Af ton 


23 


1 


9 




"* 


Albert Lea 


254 


1 


207 


5 


3 


Alexandria 


133 




167 


1 


1 


Andover 


156 


2 


23 


3 


2 


Anoia 


380 


3 


112 


4 


2 


Apple Valley 




4 


70 


4 


3 


Araen nilJjs 


in 




77 


1 




Airora 


19 




35 






Austin 


290 


1 


293 


2 


1 


Baxter 


35 




10 






Baypor t 


17 


1 


21 






Belle Piaine 


46 


1 


47 






Benud3i 


169 


1 


118 


1 


I 


Benson 


46 


1 


55 


2 


1 


Blaine 


711 


5 


80 


6 


5 


B looming tcxi 


1,086 


7 


504 


5 


3 


Blue Earth 


50 


1 


82 






Brainerd 


217 


1 


183 


5 


1 


Brectenridge 


45 


2 


65 


1 


1 


Brooklyn Center 


447 


— 


213 


7 


4 


Brooklyn Pcu:k 


1,171 


8 


129 


11 


7 


Buffalo 


119 




74 


1 


1 


Burns VI lie 


691 


2 


112 


5 


I 


Caledonia 


38 




44 






Cambridge 


75 


2 


56 


1 


1 


Cannon Falls 


Dl 




39 


" 




Champlin 


265 




40 


3 


3 


Chanhassen 


135 


1 


30 


1 


1 


Cnaska 


246 


2 


50 


2 




Chisholm 


52 


1 


77 


3 


3 


Circle Pines 


124 


3 


18 


2 


2 


CloqiEt 


201 


1 


115 


2 


2 


Colimbia Heights 


280 




175 


1 




Coon Rapids 


757 


5 


174 


5 


3 


Corcoran 


72 


— 


8 


— 




Cottage Grove 


307 


3 


43 






Crooks tx)n 


123 


1 


97 


3 


2 


Crystal 




4 


167 




3 


Dayton 


57 




5 






Deephaven 


54 




16 






Detroit Lakes 


103 




119 


1 




Dilwortn 


50 




10 






Duluth 


1,324 


13 


1,088 


16 


12 


Eagan 


747 


2 


70 


7 


6 


East Bethel 


101 




16 


1 




East Grand Forks 


206 


1 


70 


2 


1 


Eden Prairie 


520 


6 


76 


3 


2 


Edina 


418 


1 


404 


6 


3 


ElK River 


146 


3 


66 


3 


1 


Ely 


54 




90 







46 



Page 39 



Table 9 



LIVE BIRraS, FETAL UEATHiS 


DEATHS, INFANT DEATTiS, AND NEJONATAL DEATHS 






BY URBAN AREA OF 


PHSID£!*C£, 


MBJMESOIA, 1985 (CCtTT.; 








Live 


Fetal 




Infant 


Neonatal 


Uroan Area* 


Births 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Eveleth 


66 




71 






Excelsior 


78 


- 


45 






Faimont 


172 


1 


157 


4 


1 


Falcon Heights 


109 


1 


27 


- 


- 


Faribault 


281 


5 


J 82 


5 


2 


Farmington 


122 


2 


37 


1 


i 


Fergus Falls 


187 


2 


172 


2 


2 


Forest Lake 


144 


1 


86 


3 


2 


Fridley 


410 


3 


161 


3 


3 


Gilbert 


29 


— 


27 




— 


Glencoe 


71 




66 






Glenv^ood 


36 


- 




- 




Golden Valley 


233 


1 




— 


- 


Good view 


5 




6 




— 


Grand Rapids 


124 




122 


1 




Granite Falls 


43 




47 


1 


1 


Ham Lake 


115 


- 


24 


1 




Hastings 


228 


2 


126 


3 


1 


Herman town 


11 




12 


- 


— 


Hibbing 


238 


1 


233 


- 


— 


Hopkins 


248 


1 


168 


2 


2 


Hoyt Lates 


28 




13 






Higo 


68 


— 


15 


- 


- 


Hutcninson 


175 


2 


110 


3 


3 


Independence 


25 


— 


4 


- 


*" 


International Falls 


91 


1 


92 


1 


1 


Inver Grove Heignts 


383 


2 


88 


4 


2 


Jackson 


44 


- 


67 


- 




Jordan 


69 


2 


20 


- 


- 


Kasson 


62 


1 


16 


3 


3 


La Crescent 


69 




44 






Lake City 


39 


2 


53 


- 




Lake Elmo 


86 


- 


19 


- 


- 


Lateviile 


277 


1 


41 


7 


4 


Le Sueur 


61 


— 


64 


- 


- 


Lino Lakes 


139 




14 


1 




Litchfield 


92 


- 


96 






Little Canada 


144 


1 


46 


J 


- 


Little Falls 


109 


1 


110 


1 


1 


Long Prairie 


44 


~ 


58 


1 


~ 


Luverne 


by 




73 


2 


1 


Mahtoniedi 


89 




30 


1 


1 


Mankato 


427 


3 


214 


4 


3 


Maple Grove 


649 


2 


47 


8 


8 


Maplewood 


418 


7 


230 


2 




Marshall 


205 




85 


2 


i 


Medina 


37 




10 






Mendota Heights 


73 


1 


41 






Minneapolis 


6,615 


49 


3,934 


61 


38 


MinnetxDnka 


527 


4 


201 


3 


1 



Page 40 



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47 



Table 9 

LIVE BIRIHS, FETAL DEAIIHS, DEATVS, INFANT DEATHS, AND NEONATAL DEATHS 
BY URBAN AREA CF RESIDENCE, MINMESOTA, 1985 (CCOT.) 





Live 


Fetal 




Infant 


Neonat 


Urban Area* 


Births 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Death 


Minnetrista 


29 


- 


5 


- 


"~ 


Montevideo 


90 


1 


94 








120 




33 


1 


1 


Moor head 


426 


3 


210 


8 


3 


Mora 


40 


- 


51 


- 


*- 


Morris 


67 


- 


56 


- 


— 


Mouvd 


187 


2 


53 






nuuxio vicw 






32 


1 

X 


1 


Mointain Iron 


29 


2 


25 


1 


1 


New Brighton 


358 


3 


158 


4 


2 


New Hope 


289 


3 


223 


1 


— 


New Prague 


64 




60 


1 


1 


New uiju 




2 


116 


2 


2 


Newport 


74 


2 


18 






North MankatD 


161 


1 


39 


2 


■ 


North Oaks 


25 


~ 


9 


*" 




North St. Paul 


201 


1 


70 


2 


1 


ViKJL ULL IVlXl 




I 


97 






Oak Park Heights 


18 




10 


- 


- 


Oafgdale 


236 


2 


48 


3 


3 


Olivia 


56 


- 


38 


— 


— 


Orono 


54 


— 


19 


2 


2 




26 




38 






Osseo 


62 


- 


34 


- 


- 


Owatonna 


305 


1 


135 


2 


1 


Park Rapids 


41 


1 


80 


1 




Pipestone 


57 




86 






IT XyiliL^ UUl 




4 


123 


4 


2 


Princeton 


60 




40 






Prior Lake 


223 


- 


43 


2 


- 


Procter 


34 


1 


36 


- 




Ramsey 


125 


1 


18 


2 


1 


Red Wing 


1 OA 




171 

X / X 


o 


1 


Redwood Falls 


76 


- 


64 


1 




Richfield 


504 


4 


271 


3 


3 


Robbinsdale 


222 


1 


154 


- 


— 


Rochester 


1,406 


8 


476 


21 


14 


Rosemotnt 


149 




25 


1 


1 


Rose VI lie 


359 


1 


269 


1 


1 


Saint Anthony 


70 


1 


80 






Saint Cloud 


742 


5 


310 


8 


5 


Saint James 


75 


1 


61 






Saint Jos<*ph 


36 




14 


2 


2 


Saint Louis Park 


625 


8 


432 


3 


2 


Saint Paul 


5,142 


34 


2,786 


38 


26 


Saint Paul Park 


83 




26 


1 


1 


Saint Peter 


118 




84 






Sartell 


78 




45 


3 


2 


.Sauk C'^ntre 


65 




47 


1 




Sauk Rapids 


171 


1 


56 







48 



Page 41 



Table 9 

UVE BIRITiS, FHTAL DEATHS, DEATHS, INFANT DEATHS, AND NEONATAL DEATHS 
BY URBAN AREA CF RESIDENCE, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CCNT.) 



Urban Arp;,* J'^'H ^"^^^ Neonatal 

Urban Area* Births Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths 

Savage 152 

Shakopee 196 i 91 ^ 

Shoreview 341 ^ 

Shorewood 37 

Silver Bay 17 1 



Sleepy Eye 66 

South International Falls 26 

South St. Paul 363 2 

Spring Lake Park 106 2 

Spring Valley 41 



Stewartville 97 2 

Stillwater 273 4 

Thief River Falls 126 

Two Harbors 55 



Waoonia 39 
Wadena 59 
Waite Park 102 



Willmar 264 

Windcm 64 

Winona 359 

Wcxxlbiry 294 2 

Wcirthingtx>n 130 



23 2 2 

59 1 I 

10 - - 

8 - - 

56 1 1 

16 - - 

181 4 3 

31 3 1 

33 2 1 



Staples 43 1 73 



154 3 • 1 

116 3 1 

71 1 



19 



Vadnais Heights 211 1 

Virginia L13 1 1J7 

49 



58 
37 



Waseca 159 1 79 4 

Wayzata IO2 1 53 , 

Wells 33 - 3T i 

West St» Paul 259 1 239 

White Bear Lake 505 3 172 2 



144 1 1 

50 2 2 

4 277 4 1 

48 - - 
120 



* Mmicipaiities with populatic^ of 2 500 or more 



Page 42 



LIVE BIRTHS 



50 



Every day in 1985, residents of Minnesota 
experienced an average of: 




High niBk Births 



Births Weighing 
< 2500 Grams 



Births to Women 
Aged 35 or OMer 



Births in which 
Prenatal Care Was 
Initiated Late 
cr Not at All 



Births frk Women 
Aged 19 or Under 



Page 45 



ERIC 



51 



Table 10 

LIVE BIRIHS 3Y COUTTY OF 0CCURPE2CE DISTRIBUTED AOCORDl'NG TO RESIDENCE, RESIDEOT 
LIVE BIRTHS DISTRIBUTED AOXlRDING TO PLAC*5 OF BIRTH, 
MINNESOTA, 1985 



Birtns Occisrring in Comty Resident Birtns 









Otner 


Out of 


Outside 


Cointy 








Cotnty 


Minnesota 


State 


Within 


Outside 




Comty 


Total 


Residents 


Residents 


Residents 


Minnesota 


Minnesota 


Total 


State Total 


67,523 


46,554 


18,960 


1,009 


18,960 


1,898 


67,412 


Aitkin 


90 


84 


6 


— 


81 


- 


165 


Anoka 


4,102 


2,386 


1,713 


3 


1,375 


5 


3,766 


Becker 


431 


338 


92 


1 


63 


64 


465 


Beltrami 


916 


606 


309 


1 


24 




630 


Benton 


1 


1 






493 


2 


496 


Big SOone 


166 


73 


32 


61 


12 


4 


89 


Bius Eartn 


1,215 


722 


489 


4 


60 


2 


784 


Brown 


599 


398 


200 


1 


45 


1 


444 


Carlton 


300 


206 


93 


1 


226 


- 


432 


Carver 


727 


321 


406 


— 


472 


- 


793 


Cass 


5 


5 






343 


6 


354 


Chippewa 


191 


104 


84 


3 


95 


- 


199 


Chisago 


245 


163 


74 


8 


221 


42 


426 


Clay 


341 


223 


46 


72 


3 


447 


678 


Clearwater 


51 


40 


11 




96 


2 


138 


Cook 


39 


38 


1 


- 


22 




60 


Cottonwood 


162 


127 


35 


— 


55 


1 


183 


Crow Wing 


768 


581 


182 


5 


49 


1 


631 


Dakota 


2,111 


1,645 


400 


66 


2,362 


7 


4,014 


Dodge 


1 


1 


— 


— 


255 


1 


257 


Douglas 


565 


411 


153 


1 


40 


— 


451 


Farina ult 


162 


130 


17 


15 


126 


- 


256 


Fillmore 


56 


34 


20 


2 


216 


71 


321 


Freeborn 


582 


402 


111 


69 


56 


6 


464 


Goodhue 


584 


406 


•J J 




1 77 
1 / / 


-> 




Grant 


50 


40 


9 


1 


68 


1 


109 


Hennepin 


19,567 


14,299 


5,166 


102 


1,585 


22 


15,906 


Minneapolis 


10,997 


4,727 


6,196 


74 


1,875 


13 


6,615 


Hois ton 


49 


39 


6 


4 


8 


245 


292 


HiiDbard 


230 


130 


98 


2 


92 


5 


227 


Isanti 


449 


237 


210 


2 


150 


3 


390 


Itasca 


589 


517 


72 


"~ 


92 


2 


611 


Jackson 


55 


47 


7 


1 


97 


13 


157 


Kanabec 


223 


131 


92 




74 


2 


207 


Kandiyohi 


911 


5Gu 


345 


- 


42 


3 


6U 


Kittson 


76 


53 


21 


2 


20 


17 


90 


Koochiching 


156 


148 


8 




24 


12 


184 


Lac Qui Parle 


100 


91 


4 


5 


65 


2 


158 


Uke 


87 


69 


15 


3 


61 




130 


Uke of the Woods 73 


51 


20 


2 


11 


2 


64 


Le Su&ur 


71 


56 


15 




315 


1 


372 


Lincoln 


84 


48 


18 


18 


37 


11 


96 


Lyon 


425 


342 


83 




38 


17 


397 


McLeod 


563 


368 


194 


1 


131 


1 


500 


Mahnomen 


33 


22 


11 




56 


4 


82 


Marshall 


39 


37 


2 




94 


61 


192 


Mar tin 


399 


310 


32 


57 


28 


9 


347 


Meeker 


167 


141 


26 




191 




332 


Mille Lacs 


406 


232 


173 


1 


54 




286 


Morrison 


425 


344 


81 




Hi 




455 


Mower 


468 


396 


63 


9 


110 


9 


515 



Page 46 




52 



Table iO 

LIVE BIRraS BY COLNTY OF OCCIMWCE DISTRIBUTED ACCORDING TO RESIDEICE, RESIDEOT LIVE BIRHIS 
DISTRIBUTED ACCORDING TO PIACE OF BIRTH, MINI^ESOTA, 1985 (CONT.) 



Births Occirring in Cocnty Resident Births 









uuier 


Out o£ 


UUuS 1Q6 


Co in ty 








Cointy 


Minnesota 


S tate 


wi uiin 


Outside 




County 


Trf^t-a 1 
lOCaX 


K6SlC26n w> 


Residents 


POc 1 <^On he 


ni I U 1 tr ^^AJ La 




Total 


1*1 UL LCkj 






-7 




61 


8 


135 


M 1 r<ol 1 oh 




OD 


46 




330 




416 




4UD 


91 1 

^xx 


x^^ 




48 


37 




Norman 


1 1 


o 
o 




'J 






100 


Oiinsted 


9 7Q7 
£. 1 IO 1 


X, OUO 


Q9 1 

y^x 


jO 


Z4 


9 


X, OOH 




040 






2 


xou 




lis 


Pennington 


352 


195 


156 


1 


10 


13 


218 


Pine 


51 


48 


3 




247 


16 


311 


Pipestone 


132 


lUJ 






10 




14 y 


Polk 






0 / 


1 

X 


Z9 


97A 
Z /O 


D J J 


Pope 




77 


1 A 
xo 




71 
/x 




X4 0 


Ramsey 




b, UdI 


J, l04 


9n 7 


9 1 7j4 
Z, 1 /4 


1 7 
1 / 


P 949 
C, Z4Z 


St. Paul 


9,085 


4,002 


4, ooU 




1, IZD 


Id 


149 
D, X4Z 


Red Lake 


14 


14 






DO 


0 


7fl 


Redwood 


214 


^C.Z. 
loD 


49 




Ud 


■5 
z 




Renville 


147 


lie 




J 


1 7fi 
1 /O 


'I 
J 


"J 1 4 

jX4 


Rxce 


690 


552 


138 




158 




710 


Rock 


168 


112 


49 


7 


12 


29 


153 


Roseau 


zz4 


on 1 
zUl 


1 0 


1 ^ 

XJ 


JO 


1 Q 
X J 


ZDO 


a C« L£}U1S 


J / Hi, / 




4 J J. 


A'i 7 
4 J / 


A 1 
ox 


XO 


Z , u zu 


DUlUtll 


0 AO 


1 OQO 


OOO 


434 


9 1 
ZX 


1 1 
XX 


1 194 
X/ 


Scott 


IfUJl 




Q9Q 


J. 


4U0 


1 

X 


on Q 


Oittf L UUL lie 


1 

X 


1 

X 






591 




592 


Sibley 


81 


75 


6 


- 


148 


- 


223 


Stearns 


2,693 


1,777 


915 


1 


i74 


1 


1,952 


Steele 


404 


J4o 


90 


9 




X 


4 70 


Stevens 


160 


128 


31 


1 


22 


1 


151 


Swift 


89 


78 


11 




11 




155 


Todd 


220 


159 


60 


1 


240 


2 


401 


Traverse 


78 


43 


13 


22 


2i 


xO 


74 


Wabasha 


221 


137 


26 


58 


166 




303 


Wadena 


382 


163 


219 




48 


3 


214 


Waseca 


203 


164 


37 


2 


124 


1 


289 


Washington 


706 


423 


155 


128 


1,575 


14 


2,012 


Wa tor van 


182 


151 


30 


1 


41 




192 


Wilkin 


378 


76 


11 


291 


10 


17 


103 


Winona 


568 


454 


46 


68 


101 


170 


725 


Wright 


537 


423 


114 




646 


1 


1,j70 


Yellow Medicine 


204 


120 


72 


12 


67 


2 


189 


Unknown 

















Page 4 7 




53 



Table 11 

SEUEXTTCD RESIECNT NATALITY STATISTICS BY COCKTY AND CITIES OVER 90,000* 

MINNESOTA, 1985 



Live Births 
Fertility Rate 
Birth Rate 
Sex: Male 

Female 
Out-of-Wedlock, Percent 
Race: White 

Black 

Indian 
Live Birth Order 

i^iedian 

% 5th or over 
Prenvaturity, Percent 

Less than 37 weeks 

Less than 2,500 grams 
Plurality: 

Single 

Twin 

Triplet 
Mother's Age, Percent 

under 18 

18-19 

40 and over 
Mother's Eaination, Percent 

Less than 12 years 

Over 3 years college 
Prenatal Care Began, Percent 

3rd Tr lines ter or none 
Prenatal Care Visits 

Median 

Congenital Anomalies, Percent 

High Risk, Percent 

Other Significant Conditions 

of Child, Percent 
Infant Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
Neonatal Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
First Day Deaths 

Total 

White 

BlacK 

Indian 
1-6 Day Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
7-27 Day Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
Fetal Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
Perinatal Hate 
Maternal Deaths 



State 


Ai tkxn 


Anoka 


Becker 


Bel tr aim 




Big 
S tr^e 


Blue 
car ui 


67,412 


165 


3,766 


465 


630 


496 


39 


784 


68.0 


70.3 


66.0 


76.5 


79. 9 


77.6 


/4 . D 


J J . J 


16.1 


12.3 


17.5 


i4. 9 


18.6 


i8.4 


11.4 


1.'** 1 


34,465 


71 


1,913 


255 


311 


256 


38 


397 


32,947 


94 


1,853 


210 


319 


240 


51 


387 


15.1 


D.9 


13.4 


20.9 


32.9 


12.5 


10. 1 


xj . 0 


61,095 


158 


3,011 


387 


447 


49; 


88 


/DO 


1,975 




20 




3 


2 




6 


1,407 


5 


22 


76 


177 


2 


1 


X 


2.3 


2.5 


2.3 


2.7 


2.4 


2.4 


2.5 


2.4 


3.5 


4.8 


i.6 


6.7 


6.3 


4.4 


3.4 


3.7 


6.3 


3.0 


3.5 


7.3 


9.0 


5.6 


4.5 


7.3 


4.8 


1.8 


4.8 


6.0 


3.5 


3.8 


4.4 


A 9 
4.4 


66,043 


165 


3,675 


453 


622 


488 


89 


768 


1,311 




85 


12 


8 


8 




16 


57 


- 


6 








_ 




2.3 


3.0 


2.1 


3.4 


6.0 


1. 8 


4.4 


9 f\ 

4.U 


5.2 


6.1 


5.2 


9.0 


9.5 


4.4 


1 Q 


4 . / 


.7 


1.8 


.3 


1.3 


. -i 


c 

. D 


1.1 


. 9 


8.9 


10.3 


5.5 


14.8 


18.1 


7.1 


15.7 


9.2 


18.2 


12.7 


8.1 


6.2 


16.2 


14. 9 


D . / 


41. 4 


3.4 


1.8 


1.8 


3.0 


6.0 


1.6 


6.7 


1.4 


11.3 


10.8 


11.6 


10.8 


10.3 


11.5 


11.0 


12.5 


1.2 


1.8 


.6 


1.7 


1.7 


.6 




Q 


19.9 


22.4 


13.7 


23.7 


22.4 


15. 7 


41. . J 


n 1 
1 /. 1 


4.6 


3.6 


3.1 


8 z 


4.1 


3.0 


1.1 


2.7 


591 


2 


39 


3 


3 




1 


11 


543 




38 


2 




■\ 


1 


11 


31 


- 


1 












9 






1 










364 








1 


1 


1 


7 


334 




25 








1 


7 


20 
















5 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


I 




216 




17 




1 




1 


5 


195 




17 




1 




1 


5 


15 
















4 
















90 


- 


5 


- 


- 


1 




- 


88 




5 






1 






1 
















58 




3 










2 


51 




3 










2 


4 
















1 
















439 


2 


25 




3 


1 




7 


378 


2 


23 




1 


1 




7 


21 
















10 




1 




2 








11.9 


12.1 


13.3 




6.3 


4.0 


11.2 


17.9 


3 

















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Table 11 

SEXE3CTED RESIDENT NATALITY STATISTICS BY COIOTY AND CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (OOWT./ 



Clear- 





Brown 


Carlton 


Carver 


Cass 


Chippewa 


Chisago 


Clay 


water 


Live Births 


444 


432 


793 


354 


199 


426 


678 


138 


reLuxllty naLc 


70* 2 


73.6 


80.8 


98.9 


75.2 


70.5 


52.8 


88.0 




15.7 


1 ^ 1 

13 . 1 




Ib.b 




15.0 


13.6 


15.1 


Sex: Male 


215 


220 


395 


185 


102 


218 


374 


63 


Female 


229 


212 


398 


169 


97 


208 


304 


75 


Out-of-Wedlockr Percent 


8.8 


17.6 


9.1 


25.7 


9.0 


15.0 


14.6 


18.8 


Race: White 


442 


394 


784 


262 


197 


411 


654 


117 


Black 






1 




1 


3 


4 




Indiaxi 


1 


37 


2 


90 




4 


i9 


21 


Live Birth Order 














Median 


2.3 


2.3 


2.3 


2.6 


2.3 


2.4 


2 2 


2.6 


% 5 th or over 


3.6 


2.8 


2.4 


8.2 


2.0 


1.9 


3.2 


8.0 


Prematurity, Percent 
















Less tiian 37 weeks 


3.8 


9.0 


6.4 


5.9 


5.5 


7.5 


6.5 


13.0 


Less than 2,500 grams 


4.3 


5.3 


5.3 


4.5 


3.5 


3.8 


5.5 


5.8 


Pliralxty: 


















Single 


434 


416 


773 


350 


187 


420 


662 


134 


Twin 


10 


16 


20 


4 


12 


6 


16 


4 



Triplet 
Mother's Age, Percent 



unaer lu 


1.1 


3.2 




5.6 


1.5 


3.8 


1.5 


2.2 


18*19 


6.8 


7.4 


H.5 


8.2 


6.5 


6.8 


6.5 


10.9 


40 and over 


.2 




.5 


— 


.5 


.9 


.1 


.7 


Mother's Education, Percent 


















Less than 12 years 


1.6 


11. 1 


4.7 


17.2 


5.5 


9.6 


8.0 


18.8 


Over 3 years college 


7.4 


13.2 


18.4 


11.0 


6.0 


10.1 


17.3 


8.7 


Prenatal Care Began, Percent 


















3rd Trimester or none 


.5 


3.0 


3.2 


4.2 


4.5 


4.5 


3.1 


3.6 


Prenatal Ccjre Visits 


















Median 


11.0 


10. 7 


12. 1 


9. 9 


1 n Q 


lU .U 


11. 7 


lU . o 


Congenital Anomalies, Pera .t 


1.1 


.7 


1.8 


1.4 


2.5 


1.6 


1.8 


.7 


High Risk, Percent 


22.5 


19.2 


19.3 


2^.8 


26.6 


18.3 


13.3 


21.7 


Other Significant Conditions 


















of Child, Percent 


8.8 


6.0 


4.9 


5.4 


9.5 


4.2 


2.7 


3.6 


Infant Deaths 














Total 


6 


2 


6 


5 




3 


8 




White 


6 


2 


6 


4 




3 


8 




Slack 


















Indian 








1 










Neonatal Deatns 


















Total 


6 


2 


3 


3 




1 


3 




White 


6 


2 


3 


2 




1 


3 




Black 


















Indian 








1 










First Day Deaths 


















Total 


4 


2 


2 


1 






2 




White 


4 


2 


2 


1 






2 




Black 


















Indian 


















1-6 Day Deaths 


















Total 


1 






1 




1 






White 


1 






1 




1 






Black 


















Indian 


















7-27 Day Deaths 


















Total 


1 




1 


1 






1 




White 


1 




1 








1 




Black 


















Indicifi 








1 










Fetal Deaths 


















Total 


3 


2 


4 


2 


1 


3 


5 




White 


3 


2 


4 


1 


1 


3 


4 




Black 


















Indian 








1 






1 




Perinatal Rate 


20.3 


9.3 


8.8 


14.1 


5.0 


9.4 


11.8 




Maternal Deaths 



















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Table il 

SELECTED RESIDE^TT NATAUxV STATISTICS BY COU/TY A^© CITIES OVER 90,000*, HINNESOTA, x985 (CCNT. 





Cook 


Cotton- 
wood 


Crow 
Wing 


DaNDta 


Dodge 


Douglas 


Faribault 


Fill- 


Live Births 


60 


183 


631 


4,014 


257 


451 


256 


321 


Fertility Rate 


61.5 


77.0 


73.8 


69.2 


83.1 


73.1 


79.6 


79.3 


Birth Rate 


13.8 


13.2 


14.7 


18.2 


16.8 


15.1 


13.7 


14.9 


Sex: Male 


34 


93 


320 


2,028 


127 


233 


121 


i63 


Female 


26 


90 


311 


1,980 


130 


2i8 


135 


i58 


Out-of-wedlock, Percent 


10.0 


8.2 


15.8 


9.1 


8.6 


9.3 


a. 3 


8.4 


Race; White 


50 


180 


622 


3,869 


253 


449 


255 


319 


BlacK 






1 


42 




1 






Indian 


6 




7 


17 


1 


1 


1 




Live Birth Order 


















Meoian 


2.3 


2.5 


2.5 


2.2 


2.4 


2.4 


2.5 


2.5 


% 5 th or over 


3.3 


.5 


7.6 


2.1 


3.1 


3.3 


3.5 


7.5 


Prematirity, Percent 
















Less than 37 weeks 


10.0 


4.9 


4.8 


5.5 


8.6 


5.8 


6.6 


7.2 


Less than 2,500 grams 


3.3 


2.7 


4.3 


4.7 


7.4 


3.1 


4.3 


5.3 


Plurality: 












Single 


60 


181 


625 


3,941 


252 


439 


252 


3i3 
8 


Twin 




2 


6 


73 


5 


12 


4 



Triplet 



Mother's Age, Percent 



Under 18 


1.7 


1.6 


3.3 


1.4 


2.3 


2.4 


2.3 


2.5 


18-19 


6.7 


6.0 


8.4 


3.3 


9.7 


4.7 


5.5 


5.0 


40 and over 






.8 


.4 


.4 


1.1 


.4 


, 9 


Mother's Education, Percent 


















Less than 12 years 


8.3 


6.6 


14.9 


5.5 


11.3 


6.4 


9.4 


11.8 


Over 3 years college 


31.7 


10.9 


12.0 


22.0 


13.2 


11.8 


13. 7 


12. 8 


Prenatal Care Began, Percent 
















3rd Trimester or none 


1.7 


3.3 


3.5 


2.8 


5.4 


3.5 


2.0 


5.9 


Prenatal Care Visits 
















Median 


12.1 


11.5 


10.0 


10.9 


11.4 


10.9 


10.1 


10.7 


Congenital Anondlies, Percent 


i.7 


.b 


1.6 


1.3 


.8 


i.6 


2.7 


1.6 


High Risk, Percent 


31.7 


19.1 


21.9 


17.0 


21.4 


19.5 


17.2 


21.8 


Other Significant Conditions 
















of Child, Percent 


11.7 


8.7 


7.8 


3.9 


4.7 


5.1 


4.7 


4.4 


Infant Deaths 














Total 




2 


6 


39 


6 


1 


4 


3 


White 




2 


6 


39 


6 


1 


4 


3 


Black 


















Indian 


















Neonatal Deaths 


















Total 




2 


1 


24 


5 


1 


3 


2 


White 




2 


1 


24 


5 


1 


3 


2 


Black 


















Indian 


















First Day Deaths 


















Total 




1 




18 


2 


1 


2 




White 




1 




18 


2 


1 


2 




Black 


















Indian 


















1-6 Day Deaths 


















Total 




1 


1 


6 


3 




1 


Z 


White 




1 


1 


6 


3 




1 


2 


Black 


















Indian 


















7-27 Day Deaths 


















Total 


















White 


















Black 


















Indian 


















Fetal Deaths 


















Total 






5 


20 


3 




7 


2 


White 






4 


19 


3 




7 


Z 


Black 


















Indian 


















Perinatal Rate 




10.9 


9.5 


11.0 


31.1 


2.2 


39.1 


12.5 


Maternal Deatlis 



















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S£I£CTED RESIECNT NATALITY STATISTICS BY OOtNTY AND CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CCNT.j 



Minn- 





Freeborn 


Goodhue 


Grant 


Hennepin 


eapolis 


Houston 


Hubbard 


Live Births 


464 


586 


109 


15,906 


6,615 


292 


227 


Fertility Rate 


67.7 


73.1 


92.1 


62.6 


69.0 


78.3 


72.8 


Birth Rate 


13.3 


14.7 


15.2 


16.6 


18.3 


15.4 


14.8 


Sex: Male 


218 


292 


57 


8,179 


3,365 


145 


120 


Female 


246 


294 


52 


7,727 


3,250 


147 


107 


Out-of -Wedlock, Percent 


12.7 


8.5 


5.5 


19.3 


33.1 


7.9 


14.5 


Race: White 


460 


580 


107 


13,253 


4,639 


291 


221 


Blsck 


— 


- 


— 


1,324 


1,139 


- 


1 


Indian 


2 


4 


- 


451 


415 


1 


3 


Live Birtn Order 
















Median 


2.4 


2.5 


2.7 


2.2 


2.2 


2.4 


2.3 


% 5 th or over 


2.6 


3.2 


1. J 


2.5 


3.8 


4.8 


8.4 


Preinaturity, Percent 
















Less than 37 weeks 


7.5 


6.0 


1.8 


6.4 


7.3 


5.5 


6.2 


Less than 2,500 grams 


4.7 


4.4 


. 9 


5.5 


6.8 


4.5 


3.1 


Plirality: 
















Single 


458 


566 


105 


15,525 


6,444 


286 


223 


Twin 


6 


20 


4 


360 


162 


6 


4 


Triplet 


— 


— 




21 


9 


— 


— 


Mother's Age, Percent 
















Uhder 18 


4.1 


1.5 




2.5 


4.5 


1.4 


4.4 


1^-19 


5.2 


3.4 


5.5 


4.3 


6.4 


4.8 


4. J 


40 and over 


.6 


.2 


.9 


.7 


.8 


1.4 


.4 


Mother's Education, Percent 
















Less than 12 years 


12.7 


10.1 


1.8 


9.7 


17.1 


5.1 


12.3 


Over 3 years college 


6.9 


14.8 


15.6 


25.0 


22.5 


24.3 


16.7 


Prenatal Care Began, Percent 
















3rd Trimester or none 


4.5 


3.1 


.9 


4.0 


7.0 


1.4 


5.7 


Prenatal Care Visits 
















MediJi 


10.0 


12.1 


11.4 


12.1 


U.5 


11.5 


9.8 


Congenital Ancroalies, Percent 


.9 


1.0 


- 


1.1 


1.2 


4.8 


.9 


High Risk, Percent 


18.1 


15.5 


9.2 


21.5 


27.2 


19.5 


20.7 


Other Significar Corxlitions 
















of Child, Percent 


4.7 


4.9 


1.8 


4.2 


5.1 


5.5 


2.2 


I.ifant Deaths 
















Total 




6 


— 


129 


61 


— 


1 


White 




6 


— 


98 


36 


- 


1 


Black 






— 


21 


18 


- 


- 


Indian 




~ 


— 


5 


3 


— 


— 


Neonatal Deaths 
















Total 




3 


— 


84 


38 


— 


— 


White 




3 


— 


65 


23 




— 


Black 




~ 


— 


14 


13 






Indian 






— 


3 


1 


— 


— 


First Day Deaths 
















Total 




2 


— 


50 


26 


- 


- 


White 


4 


2 


- 


36 


16 


- 


— 


Black 




— 




10 


9 


— 


- 


Indian 


— 


— 


** 


3 


1 


- 


- 


1-6 Day Deaths 
















Total 


— 




— 


18 


3 


— 


— 


White 


— 


- 


— 


18 


3 


— 


— 


Black 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


** 


- 


Indian 
















7-27 Day Deaths 
















Total 




1 




16 


9 






White 




1 




11 


4 






Black 








4 


4 






Indian 
















Fetal Deaths 
















Total 


1 


2 




109 


4: 




1 


White 


1 


2 




79 


29 




1 


Black 








16 


12 






Indiap 








4 


3 






Perinatal Rate 


10. 8 


8.5 




12.1 


13.2 




4.4 


Maternal Deaths 








1 


1 







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SEl£Cm> RESIDENT NATALITY STATISTICS BY COINTY AND CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CCWT. 



Koocr>- 



Livs Births 
Fertility Rate 
Birth Rate 
Sex: Male 

Female 
Out-of-Wedlockr Percent 
Race: white 

Black 

Indian 
Live Birth Order 

Median 

% 5th or over 
Prenatirity, Percent 

Less than 37 weeks 

Less than 2,500 grams 
Plurality: 

Fmgle 

Twin 

Triplet 
Mother's Age, Percent 

Under 18 

18-19 

40 and over 
Mother's Education, Percent 

Less than 12 years 

Over 3 years college 
Prenatal Care Began, Percent 

3rd Trimester or none 
Prenatal Care Visits 

Median 

Congenital Anomalies, Percent 

High Risk, Percent 

Other Significant Conditions 

of Child, Percent 
Infant Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
Neonatal Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
First Day Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
1-6 Day Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
7-27 Day Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
Fetal Deaths 

Total 

White 

Black 

Indian 
Perinatal Rate 
Maternal Deaths 



Isanti 


Itasca 


Jackson 


Kanabec 


Kandiyohi 


Kittson 


ichin^ 


ion 






207 


611 


90 


184 


62.1 


65.9 


60.9 


81.9 


66.6 


70.3 


53.6 


15.0 


U.8 


11.7 


16.4 


15.3 


13.3 


11. i. 


190 


311 


75 


oo 


317 


39 


101 


200 


300 


82 


109 


294 


51 


83 


12.6 


18.3 


7.0 




13.4 


13.3 


17,9 


374 


539 


153 


205 


606 


90 


160 






- 




1 








7 1 
/I 




1 


3 




10 


2.4 


2.4 


2.5 


2.7 


2.3 


2.3 


2.4 




9.^ 


J.O 


3.4 


3.3 




4.9 


A A 


D. 7 


/.D 


8.2 


9.0 


6.7 


2.2 


3.6 


4.4 


5.1 


4.3 


3.6 


2.2 


5.4 


388 


501 


149 


207 


603 


90 


182 


A 


in 


a 
0 




8 


- 


2 


2.5 


3.4 


.6 


2.9 


2.3 


5.6 


2.7 


6.9 


9.2 


6.4 


8.2 


6.2 


5.6 


6.0 


1.0 


.8 


.6 


J.O 


.8 




1.1 


11.3 


11.1 


7.0 


21,3 


9.7 


7.8 


18.5 


10.0 


10.6 


14.0 


11.^ 


12.6 


23.3 


16.3 


2.6 


2.8 


1.? 


3.9 


2.9 


2.2 


1.6 


10.6 


10. 2 


i; 


10.4 


11.7 


10.9 


8.9 


1.3 


l.i 


1.^ 


1.0 


1.3 


4.4 


^5 


18.5 


25.2 


23.6 


19.3 


15.2 


16.7 


14.7 


5.1 


8.5 


5.7 


3.9 


4.7 


3.3 


4.3 


5 


6 




3 


r 


2 


3 


5 
- 


6 
- 


- 


3 




2 


3 


4 


3 




3 


2 


2 


i 


4 
— 


3 
— 


- 
- 


3 
- 


2 
- 


2 


1 


2 


1 




1 


1 


1 


i 


2 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


I 


- 
- 


- 
- 


- 


- 








2 


1 


— 


2 


- 




- 


2 


1 




2 




: 




















1 






1 


1 






1 






1 


1 


















2 


2 






2 


2 


1 


2 


2 






2 


2 


1 






























15.4 


8.2 




14.5 


6.5 


44.4 


10.9 

















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58 



Table 11 

SEUECTED RESICen' NATAUTY STATISTICS Bi COINTY AND CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CONT.; 



Lac Lake 

Qui of the Lin- Mc- 





Pairle 


Uike 


Woods 


LeSueur 


coin 


Lyon 


Leod 


Mahnor 




158 


130 


64 


372 


96 


397 


500 


82 


rerciiicy mDB 


89*5 


62. 8 


88.6 


81.8 


80.9 


68.4 


76.3 


90.7 


Birtti Rate 


15.3 


11.2 


16.5 


15.7 


12.3 


15.4 


16.5 


14.6 


Sex: Male 


81 


65 


35 


196 


53 


214 


268 


38 


Penale 


77 


65 


29 


176 


43 


183 


232 


44 


C'jt-of-Wedlock, Percent 


7.0 


7.7 


7.8 


12.9 


6.3 


10.8 


10.4 


28.0 


Pace: VAiite 


157 


126 


61 


371 


96 


394 


491 


52 


Black 


1 


1 


— 


— 


— 


1 


- 


- 


Indian 




3 


— 


- 


- 


2 


1 


30 


Live Birtti Order 


















Median 




2.4 


2.6 


2.6 


2.7 


2.3 


2.3 


2.8 


% 5 th or over 


1.3 


5.4 


7. 8 


3.5 


8.3 


4.0 


2.6 


8.5 


PresnatiBTi ty. Percent 


















USSS Ulan J / m>G KS 


2.5 


3. 8 


6.3 


6.5 


6.3 


6.5 


6.0 


3.7 


Less than 2,500 grains 


2.5 


3.. 


3.1 


2. 


5.2 


3.0 


3.4 


1.2 


Plurality: 


















Sin^^e 


158 




b4 


366 


94 


385 


489 


82 


Twin 




4 




6 


2 


12 


11 


— 


Mother's A96/ Percent 












~ 


— 




















unoer m 


1. 9 


3. 1 


4.7 


2.7 


1.0 


2.0 


2.6 


3.7 


18*19 


4.4 


6. 9 


7. 8 


6.5 


6.3 


6.3 


5.0 


8.5 


40 and ov^er 




1.5 




.5 


1.0 


1.3 


.4 


— 


Mother's Education, Percent 


















Less than 12 years 


4.4 


6.9 


4.7 


8.3 


4.2 


7.8 


6.8 


18.3 


Over 3 years college 


13.3 


10.8 


20.3 


14.2 


13.5 


18.6 


11.4 


7.3 


Prenatal Care Began, Percent 


















3rd TruDester or none 


2.5 


3.8 


3.1 


3.5 


3.1 


3.5 


1.2 


4.9 


Prenatal Care Visits 


















Median 


10.8 


11.6 


9.1 


11.8 


10.2 


11.9 


U.8 


10.0 


Cmgenital Anonalies, Percent 


3.8 


.8 


— 


1.1 




2.5 


1.4 


- 


High Risk, Percent 


22.2 


22.3 


15.6 


15.3 


15.6 


21.4 


19.2 


17.1 


Other Significeuit Conditions 


















of Child, Percent 


3.8 


2.3 


6.3 


2.7 


6.3 


3.5 


5.2 


2.4 


Infant Deaths 


















Total 


2 


1 


2 


3 


- 


2 


5 


- 


White 


2 


1 


2 


3 


- 


2 


5 


- 


Black 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Indian 




— 


** 


** 


— 


- 


- 


- 


Neonatal Deaths 


















Total 


1 




— 


2 


— 


1 


5 


- 


White 


1 




— 


2 


— 


1 


5 




Black 


~ 






— 


- 


— 




- 


Indian 


~ 






— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


First Day Deaths 


















Total 


1 


— 


— 


2 


— 


1 


2 


- 


wnice 


1 






2 


— 


1 


2 


— 


Black 








~ 


— 


— 


- 


- 


Indian 








— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


1-6 Day Deaths 


















Total 










— 


— 


2 


— 


White 


















Black 


















Indian 


















7-27 Day Deaths 


















Total 














1 




White 














1 




Black 


















Indian 


















Petal Deaths 


















Total 


2 


2 






1 


2 


4 


1 


White 


2 


2 






1 


2 


4 


1 


Black 


















Indian 


















Perinatal Rate 


19.0 


15.4 




5.4 


10.4 


7.6 


18.0 


12.2 


Maternal Deaths 



















59 



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Table ii 

SEL£X:rED RESIDENT NATALITY STATISTICS BY OOtNTY AND CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA 1985 (CONTJ 



Marshall Martin Meeker Mi lie Lacs Morrison Mower Murray 



Live Births 


192 


347 


Fertility Rate 


85.6 


76.9 


Birth Rate 


15.0 


14.2 


Sex: Male 


101 


176 


Fen^le 


91 


171 


Out-of-wedlock, Percent 


13.5 


11.8 


Race: White 


189 


343 


Black 


- 


- 


Indian 


3 


- 


Live Birth Order 






Median 


2.5 


2.5 


In 5 th or over 


6.3 


1.4 


Piematirity, Percent 






Less than 37 weeks 


4.7 


5.8 


Less than 2,500 grams 


3.1 


2.9 


Plurality: 






Single 


187 


343 


Twin 


2 


4 


Triplet 
Mother's Age, Percent 


3 


- 






Under 18 


3-6 


1.4 


j.8-19 


4.2 


6.6 


40 and over 


1.6 


- 


Mother's Education, Percent 






Less than 12 years 


12.5 


10.1 


Over 3 years college 


12.0 


12.7 


Prenatal Care Began, Percent 






3rd Trimester or none 


2.6 


1.7 


Prenatal Care Visits 






Median 


10.5 


12.2 


Congenital Anoraalies, Percent 


.5 


1.2 


High Risk/ Percent 


18.2 


12.1 


Other Significant Conditions 






of Child, Percent 


2.6 


2.3 


Infant Deaths 






Total 


1 


4 


White 


1 


4 


Black 


- 


- 


Indian 


- 


- 


Neonatal Deaths 






Total 


1 


1 


White 


1 


1 


Black 


- 


- 


Indian 


- 


- 


First Day Deaths 






Total 


- 


- 


Wnite 


- 


- 


Black 


- 


- 


Indian 


- 


- 


1-6 Day Deatns 






Total 


1 


1 


White 


1 


1 


Black 






Indian 






'-27 Day Deaths 






Total 






White 






Black 






Indian 






Fetal Deaths 






Total 




2 


White 




2 


Black 






Indian 






Perinatal Rate 


5.2 


8.6 


Maternal Deaths 







332 


286 


455 


515 


135 


85.2 


82.7 


78.1 


70.3 


68.5 


15.7 


15.4 


15.1 


13.0 


12.0 


179 


146 


224 


275 


68 


153 


140 


231 


240 


67 


12.3 


19.9 


14.3 


13.0 


7.4 


11 1 










1 






1 




- 


23 


4 


I 


- 


2.5 


2.5 


2.6 


2.4 


2.6 


O.J 




6.6 


4.5 


3.0 


4.8 


6.6 


6.8 


7.2 


6.7 


3.0 


4.2 


6.6 


3.7 


2.2 


324 


284 


445 


509 


132 


8 


2 


10 


5 


3 


2.1 


2.1 


2.0 


2.1 


1.5 


8.1 




12.5 


6.0 


6.7 


!3 




1.1 


[e 


.7 


9.6 


12.6 


7.9 


6.6 


4.4 


9.3 


10.5 


9.0 


12.6 


10.4 


5.4 


1.7 


1.5 


5.4 


2.2 


10.8 


10.8 


10.8 


9.1 


10.9 


.6 


2.8 


.9 


1.4 


.7 


17.8 


19.9 


17.1 


20.2 


14.1 


5.7 


5.9 


6.2 


7.6 


2.2 


2 




7 


3 




2 




7 


3 




1 


t 


5 


1 


- 


1 




5 


1 




1 




4 


_ 




1 


I 


4 


- 


- 






1 
1 


1 




1 


1 


2 


1 

1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


6.0 


7.0 


15.4 


3.9 


14.8 



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Table 11 

SELBCTEO RESIDENT NATAUTY STATISTICS BY OOU/TY AND CITIES OVER 90,000*/ MINNESOTA, 1985 (COm*.; 







Nobles 




Olmsted 


Otter 
Tail 


Penn~ 
ington 


Pine 


Live Birtns 


416 


296 


loo 


1, 834 


775 


218 


311 




61.0 


67. 1 


64.2 


GS.3 


74.4 


72.1 


17.9 


Birth Rate 


1 d 

x*t • 0 


XJ . 0 


10. 9 


18. 7 


14.1 


15.7 


14.8 


Sex: Male 




XO ^ 


A 

*t 0 






iOl 


161 


Peniale 


208 


144 


52 


898 


387 


117 


150 




13.9 


D.2 


4.0 


9.9 


9.7 


12.4 


16.7 


Race: White 


A in 


294 


97 


1, 738 


764 


215 


302 


Black 


1 

X 


1 

X 




Xa 








Indian 










D 


2 


g 


Live Birth Order 
















Median 




C • J 


2.5 


2.3 


2.5 


2.4 


2.6 


% 5th or over 


X* 7 


A A 


n 


2.6 


4.4 


i. 8 


5.8 


rrsnaCIXlwy, rVL\xii\, 
















Less than 37 weeKs 


D • / 


4 . 1 


12.0 


7.5 


7.0 


9.2 


8.4 


bess cnan c , 3uu 9^°'^ 




4.4 


8.0 


5.8 


5.3 


5.0 


5.5 


Plucali ty: 
















Single 




9Qn 




X, / 7 J 


756 


214 


309 


Twin 


XJ 


g 


4 


32 


16 


4 


2 










9 


3 






notner s Age, iferoenc 
















Unaer lo 


1.7 


2.0 


4.0 


1.3 


1.7 


1.8 


1.9 


18*19 


5.5 


5.1 


7.0 


4.2 


5.8 


4.6 


8.7 


40 and over 


^2 






^ 7 


.4 




1.6 


nouier s c^uucfacign, xrcLvAfuu 














17.7 




6.0 


6.8 


7.0 


5.6 


8.0 


7.8 




17.8 


11.1 


17.0 


28.7 


13.4 


14.2 


9.0 


Prenatal Care Beg^/ Percent 














5.8 


3rd Truces ter or none 


X. ^ 


3. 7 


4.0 


2.6 


2.5 


3.2 


rrenacax wo^e visils 
















Median 


12. 1 


12.3 


10.8 


11. 1 


12.0 


11.4 


9.9 




.2 


.7 


4.0 


l!3 


1.4 


2.3 


1.6 


High Risk, Percent 


Xo. J 


1 A Q 
X4 . 7 


18. 0 


26.3 


21. 9 


21. 1 


22.8 


Other Significant Conditions 












5.5 


8.7 


of Child, Percent 




3.4 


4.0 


5.8 


7.6 


Infant Deaths 














5 


Total 


3 






24 


7 


3 


roil iJc 


3 


i 




24 


7 


3 


4 


Black 
















Indian 














i 


Neonatal Deaths 
















Total 




1 

X 




17 


2 


I 


4 


White 








17 


2 


1 


4 


Blac!( 
















Indian 
















First Day Deaths 
















Total 




1 




10 


2 


1 


3 


White 




1 

X 




1 n 
xu 


2 




3 


Black 
















Indian 
















Day Deaths 
















Total 








2 




I 




run. Lc 








2 






_ 












_ 


_ 


_ 


Indian 
















7-27 Day Deaths 
















Total 








5 






1 


White 








5 






1 


Black 
















Indian 
















Petal Deaths 
















Total 


i 


i 




10 


8 


1 


1 


White 


i 


1 




10 


8 


1 


1 


Black 
















Indian 
















Perinatal Rate 


2.4 


6.8 




14.7 


12.9 


9.2 


16.1 


Maternal Deaths 




1 













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Table ii 

SEiran) RESirerr natality statistics by county and cities 0^:2^ 90,000*, Minnesota, 1985 (ccwr.) 





Pipe- 
stone 


Polk 


Pope 


RaTiisey 


Live Births 


149 


533 


148 


8,242 


Fertility Rate 


73. 8 


77. 1 


77.7 


/ X. 3 


Birth Rate 


13.2 


15.6 


12.6 


17. 9 


Sex: Male 


84 


288 


83 


d 1 fin 

*> , XoU 


Female 


65 


245 


65 




Out-of-wedlock, Percent 


8.7 


15.0 


8. 1 


1 Q 7 
X7. / 


Race: Whife 


145 




Ida 

X4o 


D, 


Black 




3 






Indian 


4 


18 






Live Birth Order 










Median 


2.6 


Z . 3 


4. / 


Z.J 


% 5th or over 


6.7 


4.3 


5.4 


d Q 


Prenatirity, percent 










Less than 37 weeks 


12.3 


7.1 


10.1 


d 


Less than 2,500 granvs 


7. 4 


4.1 


0.0 




Plurality: 










Single 


142 


520 


140 
x**u 


0 ,Ut37 


Twin 


4 


13 


g 


idA 


Triplet 
Mother's Age, Percent 


3 






C 










U)der 18 


,7 


2.8 


2.0 


9 Q 

4.7 


18-19 


1.3 


6.0 


5.4 




40 and owx 


.7 


.8 


,7 


1.0 


Mother's Education, Percent 










Less than 12 years 


6. 7 


11.6 


0. 0 


xu . y 


Over 3 years ooilecie 


12. 1 


11.6 


X4 . 4 


44. 7 


Prenatal Care Began, Percent 










3rd Trimester or none 


2.0 


3.0 


2.7 


5.6 


Prenatal Care Visits 










Median 


11.2 




1 n d 
xu .4 


1 1 1 


Congenital Anontalies, Percent 




1.3 


4. / 


1.4 


High Risk, Percent 


18. 8 


16. 9 


4<}. u 


4J .U 


Other Significant Conditions 










of Child, Percent 


2.7 


3.2 


7.4 


4.3 


Infant Deaths 










Total 






1 

1 


56 


White 




c 
J 


1 


44 


Black 








0 


Indian 










Neonatal Deaths 










Tt^tal 




'i 


1 


36 


White 




'I 


1 


4 / 


Blau:k 








6 


Indian 










First Day Deaths 










TotaJL 




1 

1 




18 


White 




1 

X 




14 


Black 








c 


Indian 










1-6 Day Deaths 










Ttotal 




4 


1 


U 


White 




2 




Q 


Black 


- 






1 


Indian 










7-27 Day Deaths 










Total 








7 


White 








6 


Black 










Indian 










Fetal Deaths 










Total 




2 


2 


53 


White 




2 


1 


41 


Black 








4 


Indian 










Perinatal Rate 




9.4 


20.3 


10.8 


Maternal Deaths 








1 



St. Paul 



Red 
Lake 



Redwood Renville 



5,142 


78 


302 


Id 

JX4 


7Q 9 


Qd 1 
o4 . X 


Q 1 1 




19.2 


15.2 


16.1 


16.1 


2,595 


39 


155 


157 


2,547 




1 d7 
X4 / 


157 


25.1 


1 d 1 
X*i . X 


1 1 Q 
XX. 7 


0 c 
r.b 


3,959 


7« 


296 


310 


448 


- 


- 




85 




5 


J 


2.3 


2.8 


2.4 


2.4 


6.9 


3.8 


3.0 


2.5 


7 n 


3.x 


O.J 


4.1 




X. J 


"J "J 
J.J 


3.8 


5,044 


78 


301 


309 


95 




1 


5 


3 


- 


- 


- 


3.9 


2.6 


9 n 

4 . V 


1 n 
x.u 


6.1 


7.7 


5. 3 


5. 1 


1.2 


1.3 




.3 


14. 8 


11.5 


O.J 


C 1 

0. X 


20.4 


m d 


1 d 9 

X4 . 4 


XJ. X 


7. 1 


2.6 


9 n 
4. u 


9 9 
4.4 


10. 9 


in 1 

Xw . X 


1 ] d 
XX . 4 


X4.U 


1.3 




X. J 


1 1 
X. J 


25.3 


16.7 


19.5 


9fl 1 

4U . X 


4.8 


l).l 


7.0 


5.1 


38 




3 


9 
4 


29 


- 


3 


2 


6 










- 


- 


- 


9fi 

4D 




1 

X 




19 


- 


1 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


X3 








10 








A 
4 
















6 




1 




5 




1 












5 








4 
















34 




2 


1 


24 




2 


1 


4 
















11.7 




9.9 


3.2 


1 









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Table ii 

SELBCTED RESIDENT NATALITY STATISTICS BY COUTTY A^© CITIES O/ER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (OOWT.) 



Sher- 





Rice 


Rock 


Roseau 


St. Louis 


Duluth 


? ;tt 


burne 


Siblei 


Live Births 


7i0 


153 


256 


2,626 


1,324 


909 


592 


223 


Fertility Rate 


59.8 


71.5 


95.2 


57.3 


66.5 


73.2 


71.3 


77.8 


Birth Rate 


15.0 


14.4 


18.8 


12.7 


15.6 


17.8 


17.1 


14.2 


Sex: Male 


379 


79 


124 


1,355 


672 


458 


284 


125 


Female 


331 


74 


132 


1,271 


652 


451 


308 


98 


Out-of-wedlock, Percent 


12.4 


6.5 


10.9 


18.7 


23.0 


10.3 


11.0 


7.2 


Race: Wiite 


693 


153 


248 


2,498 


1,246 


884 


539 


223 


Black 


2 


- 


1 


16 


16 


4 


2 




Indian 


2 


- 


4 


99 


53 


12 


2 


_ 


Live Birth Order 


















Median 


2.3 


2.5 


2.5 


2.3 


2.2 


2.3 


2.5 


2.3 


% 5 th or over 


3.4 


3.3 


6.3 


3.0 


2.3 


2.4 


3.5 


i.3 


Presnatirity, Percent 


















Less than 37 weeks 


7.7 


6.5 


10.5 


6.7 


5.8 


5.6 


5.6 


6.7 


Less than 2,500 grams 


3.2 


5.2 


4.7 


4.8 


4.5 


4.7 


5.2 


5.4 


Plurality: 


















Single 


698 


149 


243 


2,578 


1,301 


893 


586 


219 


Twin 


12 


4 


13 


48 


23 


16 


6 


4 


Triplet 
Mother's Age, Percent 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


























Uxler 18 


2.3 


2.0 


3.5 


2.9 


2.9 


1.4 


1.9 


i.8 


18-19 


6.2 


5.9 


8.6 


5.4 


5.8 


3.1 


4.9 


4.0 


40 and ov^r 


.6 


- 


.4 


.6 


.5 


.3 


1.0 


_ 


Mother's Education, Percent 


















Less than 12 years 


9.9 


8.5 


12.9 


11.3 


11.9 


8.5 


9.1 


2.7 


Over 3 years college 


18.9 


11.8 


9.8 


16.6 


19.0 


16.6 


10.5 


7.2 


Prenatal Care Began, Percent 


















3rd Trunester or none 


2.8 


.7 


2.7 


3.0 


2.5 


3.9 


2.0 


1.3 


Prenatal Care Visits 


















Median 


12.0 


11.9 


iO.3 


11.0 


11.0 


11.6 


11.1 


11.8 


Congenital Ancroalies, Percent 


1.3 


3.3 


1.2 


1.4 


1.8 


2.0 


1.2 


.4 


High Risk, Percent 


20.6 


21.6 


25.0 


20.5 


19.6 


17.4 


15.5 


17.9 


Other Significant CofxJitions 


















of Child, Percent 


5.6 


5.2 


9.4 


4.7 


5.0 


5.6 


2.9 


4.9 


Infant Deaths 


















Total 


6 


2 


2 


25 


16 


8 


10 


1 


White 


6 


2 


2 


25 


16 


8 


10 


1 


Black 




- 


_ 












Indian 


- 






_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Neonatal Deaths 


















Total 


3 


i 


- 


19 


12 


4 


6 


1 


White 


3 


i 


- 


19 


12 


4 


6 


1 


Black 










_ 








Indian 








_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


First Day Deaths 


















Total 


I 


- 




11 


6 


1 


4 


i 


White 


i 




- 


ii 


6 


1 


4 


1 


Black 




- 


- 


_ 




- 


_ 


- 


Indian 




- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


1-6 Day Deatns 


















Total 




i 


- 


4 


3 


2 


1 


_ 


White 




i 




4 


3 


2 


1 




Black 


















Indian 


















7-27 Day Deaths 


















Total 








4 


3 


1 


1 




White 








4 


3 


1 


1 




Black 


















Indian 


















Fetal Deaths 


















Total 


8 




2 


24 


13 


5 


6 


2 


White 


8 




2 


22 


11 


5 


5 


2 


Black 








i 


1 








Indian 








1 


1 








Perinatal Rate 


15.5 


6.5 


7.8 


16.4 


18.9 


9.9 


20.3 


13.5 


Maternal Deaths 



















R3 



Page 



Table 11 

SRIj-Xritl) RESIDarr natality statistics by COU/TY aid QTIES over 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CXL^T.) 







o LcaxnS 


d UCTTXC 




owic c 




Traverse 


Wa£>asn 






1 otio 


470 


151 


155 


401 


74 


303 






07* c 


/U.J 


CO. 1 
03. / 


69.4 


85.0 


87. 9 


79.8 






1 T fi 

1 /.u 


15.3 


D.4 


12.3 


15.6 


14.3 


15.7 


Sex: M^le 




1,035 


247 


oo 


/O 


^UO 


"JQ 
J7 


150 






Ql 1 




ob 


/ / 


195 


35 


153 


0 iit-of — Wed loc k . r <^n ^ 




1 1 


O. / 


7.9 


1 1 
/. 1 


13 .5 


18. 9 


9.9 






Xf 7J J 


400 


14 3 


154 


397 


CQ 
OO 


299 






Q 

o 


1 

1 


1 




1 






Indicin 




A 
H 


1 

1. 


c 


1 

1 




b 


1 


Live Birth Or{i(>r 
























0 A 


*5 'I 
2. J 


^.4 


2.7 


2.6 


2.4 








0 1 




2.6 


10 .2 


5.4 


4.0 


Prematinri ty/ Percent 






















7.0 


A 


1 7 


3. o 


3. / 


fl 1 

0. 1 


8.3 






4 . D 


J.U 


^ .0 


3. 2 


3.2 


1.4 


5.6 


P 1 ira 1 1 hv» 






















1 Ql £ 


400 


149 


153 


397 


74 


297 


Twin 












4 




6 


Tr 1 pie t 








































1 A 


2* 1 


1.3 


1. 9 


3.7 


2.7 


1.7 






A T 
4» / 


A n 
4*0 


3.3 


2.6 


9.5 


10.8 


5.9 


40 dnd ovei 




o 

• 7 


• 4 


.7 




1.2 




1.3 


























/•U 


2.6 


5.2 


13.2 


3. 1 


8.6 






1 T 
/ 


ib.b 


4.6 


12.9 


6.5 


16.2 


14.5 


rLenaCcii \^?u.e oe^cui/ rerc^nc 




















X* 4 


2.1 


1. 3 


1.9 


6.7 


2.7 


4.0 




















Median 










11. 1 


10 .5 


xO.7 


10.7 


fVinopnitAl Arv?fT\AliP<; Porront* 
N-A^if^jdix wax niAjtuaxxco/ ircxucil^ 






1.1 


^ . b 


.6 


.2 




1.0 


nx^i rv.xoK/ rcxv^n^ 




1 T 1 


17.0 


23. 2 


17.4 


18.5 


10.8 


24.4 


Ohhpr ^1 oni f 1 fVint* I'Vinrfi f-i/^rtc 


















n€ Phi IH. Porr*>nt* 




}. J 


/.U 


b.U 


- 

3.8 


4.5 


1.4 


5.3 




















Ttotdl 










3 


3 










OA 


J 




3 


3 




— 












" 


" 














































1^ 
13 


1 

1 




1 


2 






Whi te 




1 c 


1 




1 


2 






R 1 a/^U 












' 
























I7f ret* Pkatr f^aja^Vie 


















luuiX 




o 

7 


1 






1 






Whi te 




9 


1 






1 






Bldck 












*" 
























X o uoy lAsa uio 


















luuiX 




D 






1 






— 


Whi te 




6 






1 








Black 


















Indian 


















7-27 Day Deaths 


















Total 












1 






White 












1 






Black 


















Indian 


















Fetal Deaths 


















Total 




16 


1 


1 


2 


6 




5 


White 




16 


1 


1 


2 


6 




5 


Black 


















Indian 


















Perinatal Rate 




15.9 


4.3 


6.6 


19.4 


20.0 




16.5 



Maternal Deaths 



Page 58 

B4 



TaDie ii 

SELSCTED RESIDEM* NATALITY STATISTICS BY COiNTi AND CITI£S 90,000*, MIKNESOTA, 1985 (OuTT.) 



Wash- Yellow 





W^ena 


Was^K:a 


ingtxxi 


Watmwan 


Wilkin 


Winona 


Wright 


Medicir 


Live Births 


214 


289 


2,012 


192 


103 


725 


1,070 


189 


Fertility Rate 


80.8 


72.3 


62.8 


87.4 


67.0 


61.2 


73.1 


81.2 


Birth Rate 


15.4 


15.4 


16.0 


16.3 


12.3 


15.4 


16.9 


14.8 


Sex: Male 


120 


148 


1,012 


100 


50 


353 


565 


99 


Female 


94 


141 


1,000 


92 


53 


372 


505 


90 


Out-of-wedlock, Percent 


15.0 


9.3 


11.5 


10.4 


10.7 


il.9 


10.1 


7.4 


Race: White 


214 


284 


1, 975 


192 


99 


714 


988 


185 


Black 


- 


- 


8 






5 






Indian 


_ 


_ 


4 


_ 


2 


3 


2 


3 


Live Birth Order 


















Median 


2.4 


2.4 


2.4 


2.5 


2.5 


2.4 


2.5 


2.4 


% 5th or o /er 


4.7 


4.3 


2.7 


4.7 


4.9 


4.6 


6.4 


3.2 


Prematirity, Percent 


















Less than 37 weeks 


5.6 


4.2 


6.6 


11.5 


7.8 


7.3 


5.4 


9.5 


Less than 2,500 grams 


3.7 


2.4 


4.8 


6.8 


4.9 


4.1 


3.3 


4.2 


Plirality: 


















Single 


212 


287 


1,971 


180 


103 


715 


1,058 


187 


Twin 


2 


2 


38 


12 




7 


12 


2 


Triplet 
Mother's Age, Percent 


_ 


_ 


3 






3 






















Under 18 


2.3 


1.4 


1.6 


2.1 


1.9 


2.6 


2.3 


1.1 


18-19 


11,2 


5.9 


4.3 


5.7 


4.9 


6.1 


4.8 


6.3 


40 and over 


.5 


.7 


.8 


.5 


1.0 


.7 


1.3 




Mother's Edirration, Percent 


















Less than 12 years 


9.3 


9.0 


5.8 


iO.4 


4.9 


9.5 


6.6 


4.2 


Over 3 years college 


7.0 


11.8 


20.3 


11.5 


15.5 


19.2 


9.0 


12.7 


Prenatal Care Began, Percent 


















3rd Trimester or none 


5.6 


.3 


2.6 


2.6 


3.9 


2.8 


2.3 


1.1 


Prenatal Care Visits 


















Median 


9.8 


11.4 


11.0 


11.8 


11.3 


11.4 


11.3 


10.5 


Congenital Ananalies, Percent 


2.8 


2.1 


1.3 


2.1 


1.0 


1.5 


.8 


.5 


High Risk, Percent 


19.6 


19.7 


20.5 


17.2 


22.3 


17.1 


15.1 


18.5 


Other Significant Conditions 


















of Child, Percent 


6.5 


4.8 


5.0 


4.7 


8.7 


•7.0 


2.9 


7.4 


Infant Deaths 


















Total 


2 


5 


16 


2 


1 


7 


7 


1 


White 


2 


5 


16 


2 


I 


7 


7 


1 


Black 


„ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






Indian 


- 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




Neonatal Deaths 


















Total 


1 


3 


13 


2 


1 


3 


5 


1 


White 


1 


3 


13 


2 


1 


3 


5 


1 


Black 


















Indian 


. 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


First Day Deaths 


















Total 


1 


2 


7 


1 




3 


2 


1 


Wnite 


1 


2 


7 


1 




3 


2 


1 


Black 


















Indian 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




1-6 Day Deaths 


















Total 




1 


3 




1 




1 




White 


_ 


i 


3 


_ 


1 




I 




Black 


















Indian 


















7-27 Day Deaths 


















Total 






3 


1 






2 




White 






3 


1 






2 




Black 


















Ittdian 


















Fetal Deaths 


















Total 




5 


16 


2 


3 


8 


5 


2 


White 




5 


13 


2 




8 


5 


2 


Black 


















Indian 


















Perinatal Rate 


4.7 


27.7 


14.4 


20.8 


38.8 


15.2 


9.3 


15.9 


Maternal Deaths 



















* AS of the 1980 Census 



Page 



Table 12 

LIVE BIRTH WEIGHT BY LIVE BIRffl ORDER A^© SFX 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 



Weight in Grams 



1 J 1 

Birth 
Order 


Total 


or 


1 nnn 
to 


to 


9 nnn 

^ , uuu 

bo 


9 c;fin 

Z , DUU 

to 

9 QQQ 


to 

J f ft 77 


c:nn 

J f DUU 

tx> 

QQO 

J f 777 


A nnn 
4f uuu 

to 

A A QQ 
4f fk77 


A c;nn 

*t f DUU 

and 


wei^uu 
Not 
o TiaiJcQ 


First 


25,594 


XV/ u 


120 


248 






7f DftO 


O f zou 


Z ^ J JU 


'iJ 7 


9^ 


Seoond 


22,421 


79 


97 


160 


604 


2.555 


7 615 

/ f u X J 






579 


9ft 
zo 


Third 


11,113 


57 


44 


95 


303 


1,224 


3,572 


3,910 


1,519 


381 


8 


Fourth 


3,927 


25 


13 


50 


120 


455 


1,169 


1,326 


600 


163 


6 


Fifth 


1,329 


10 


5 


13 


43 


164 


408 


436 


185 


64 


1 


Sixth 


522 


3 


6 


7 


10 


65 


176 

X / U 


161 


67 


27 




Seventh 


258 


1 


1 


1 


11 


29 


70 


104 


31 


10 


— 


Sight or Over 


270 


1 


1 


4 


12 


31 


89 


79 


39 


14 




Not Stated 


1,978 


11 


7 


13 


50 


186 


464 


465 


i«2 


33 


567 


TOTAL 


67,412 


293 


294 


591 


2,045 


8,2.36 


23,209 


22,584 


7,821 


1,703 


636 


Male 


34,465 


147 


132 


290 


956 


3,582 


10,772 


12,143 


4,931 


1,1% 


316 


Female 


32,947 


146 


162 


301 


1,089 


4,654 


12,437 


10,441 


2,890 


507 


320 



o B6 
ERIC 



Table 13 

LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MCTTHER AND LIVE BIKHi ORDER 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 



Age of Mother 



Live Under 45 & 

Birth Itotal 15 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 Over Age Not 

Order Births Years Years Years Years Years Years Years Years Stated 



First 


25,594 


53 


3,960 


9,428 


8,409 


3,119 


572 


47 




6 


Secxxid 


22,421 


1 


808 


6,374 


9,104 


4,988 


1,076 


67 


2 


1 


Thira 


11,113 




103 


2,028 


4,543 


3,469 


909 


58 


2 


1 


Fourth 


3,927 




9 


448 


1,389 


1,469 


546 


62 


4 




Fifth 


1,329 




1 


99 


392 


507 


278 


49 


3 




Sixth 


522 






29 


137 


185 


130 


33 


5 




Seventh 


258 






3 


41 


95 


80 


33 


6 




Eight or Over 


270 






2 


12 


80 


92 


71 


13 




Not Stated 


1,978 


I 


146 


557 


770 


371 


118 


12 




3 



TOTAL 67,412 55 5,027 18,968 24,797 14,283 3,804 432 35 11 



Percent 100.0 0.1 7.5 28.1 36.8 21.2 5.6 0.6 0.1 0.0 



ERIC 



Table 14 

PRENATAL CARE AND RACE BY AGE OF MOmER AND BY LEGITIMACY STATliB 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 



Age of Mother 



Total 



Legitimate Live Births 
Prenatal Care started 
1st Trimester 
2nd Trimester 
3rd Trimester 
No Care 
Uh known 

Race 
White 
Black 
Indian 

Out-of-wedlock Live Births 
Prenatal Care Started 
1st Trimester 
2nd Trimester 
3rd Trimester 
No Care 
Ui known 

Race 
White 
Black 
Indian 

Legitimate Fetal Deaths 
Race 
White 
Black 
Indian 

Out-of-Wedlock Fetal Deaths 
Race 
White 
Black 
Indian 



5^263* 

41,748 
6,913 
1,114 
257 
7,231 



53,525 
703 
497 

10,149** 

4,883 
2,802 

743 

187 
1,534 



7,570 
1,272 
910 

345* 

319 
5 
2 

94* 

59 
16 
8 



Percent 


Under 15 


15-19 


20-29 


30-39 


40 and Over 


Unknown 


- 


1 


1,734 


38,028 


17,086 


407 


7 


72.9 


"* 


974 


27,678 


12,847 


243 


6 


12.1 


1 


419 


4,601 


1,830 


62 


- 


1.9 




94 


727 


257 


36 




0.4 


- 


4 


154 


92 




__ 


12.6 




243 


4,868 


2,060 


59 


1 






1,541 


35,652 


15,983 


343 


6 


1.2 




25 


455 


220 






0.9 


- 


39 


332 


123 


3 


- 


- 


54 


3,293 


5,737 


1,001 


60 


4 


48.1 


10 


1,388 


2,907 


556 


21 


1 


27.6 


23 


1,070 


1,474 




1 "7 


2 


7.3 


10 


275 


391 


58 


9 




1.8 


2 


63 


97 


91 


4 




15.1 


9 


497 


868 


150 


9 


1 


HA C 

/4 .6 


26 


2,506 


4,265 


732 


39 


2 


12.5 


15 


387 


754 


111 


5 




9.0 


6 


267 


529 


104 


3 


1 






10 


216 


108 


5 


6 


92.5 




9 


201 


100 


5 


4 


1.4 






4 


X 






0.6 






1 


1 










31 


48 


10 


3 


2 


62.8 




20 


29 


5 


3 


2 


17.0 




7 


7 


2 






8.5 




2 


3 


3 







* Inclides deliveries of other and ixiknown races 
** incluSes inknown legitimacy status 



ERIC 



REPORTED 

INDUCED 
ABORTIONS 



f?9 



Table 15 

TOTAL REPORTED AND RESIDENT INDUCED ABORTIONS 
MINNESOTA 1973 - 1985 



Year 


Total Reported 
Abortions 


Minnesota Resident 
Abortions 


Resident 
Percent 


Resident 
Abortion Rate 


1973^ 


7,263 


4,169 


57.4 


5.1 


197**^ 


8,732 


7,154 


81.9 


8.6 


1975 


10,565 


8,92U 


84.5 


10.3 


1976 


1U,12U 


11,109 


78.7 


12.5 


1977 


15,532 


13,036 


83.9 


14. U 


1978 


17,262 


14,521 


84.1 


15.6 


1979 


18,672 


15,647 


83.8 


16.4 


1980 


19,028 


16,U90 


86.7 


17.2 


1981 


18,30U 


15,821 


86. U 


16.3 


1982 


17,758 


15,559 


87.6 


15.8 


1983 


16,U23 


14,514 


88.3 


14.7 


1984 


17,31'J 


15,555 


89.8 


15.7 


1985 


17,686 


16,002 


90.5 


16.1 



Data obtained from the Center for Disease Control. 



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Table 16 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
SELECTED SURVEllUNCE RFSULTS ANJ C0HPAR3SONS 
MINNESOTA, 1980-1985 



Percent 



Percent 
Change 



Heported lp(?\?<?^ ^frppt^??? 


1985 




12fi3 


1982 


ISM 


1980 


1984-1985 


1980-1985 


Total Reported Abortions 


17,686 


17,31^ 


I6,i428 


17,758 


18,30M 


19,028 


+2 


1 


-7.1 


ninnesota Resident Abortions 


)6,002 


15,556 


m,5i^ 


15,559 


15,821 


16,490 


+2 


Q 


-3.0 


Total Monthly Average 




1,M^3 


1,369 


1,M80 


1,525 


1,586 


+2 


1 


-7.1 


Resident Monthly Average 


1 ,33^ 


1,296 


1,210 


1,297 


1,318 


1,374 


♦2 


9 


-2.9 


Gestational Age^ 




















Proportion <9 weeks 


^6.7$ 


^5.6$ 


M7.9>* 


^7.9$ 


^5.6$ 


38.1$ 


♦2 


2| 


♦22.6 


Proportion <13 weeks 


87.6$ 


86.5$ 


87.. 


88.5$ 


88.5$ 


86.9$ 


♦ 1. 


3 


♦0.8 


Proportion weeks 


5.9> 


6.1$ 


5.6;^ 


M.9$ 


4.8$ 


5.45 


-3. 


3 


♦9.3 


Client's Age^ 




















Proportion <Age 18 


9.8$ 


9.0$ 


9.9$ 


;o.o$ 


11.5$ 


14.1$ 


+8, 


9 


-30.5 


Proportion <Age 20 


25.6$ 


25.6$ 


27.^1$ 


28.0$ 


30.9$ 


34.6$ 


0 




-26.0 


Proportion Age 20-3^1 


68.3$ 


68.9$ 


67.2$ 


59.9$ 


61.3$ 


64.7$ 


-0. 


9 


♦5.6 


Proportion 2Age 35 


6.0$ 


5.5$ 




i|.8$ 


H.H$ 


4.1$ 


+7. 


3 


♦ 43.9 


Contraception^ 




















Proportion "Never Used" 


m.1$ 


15.3$ 


19.3$ 


20.6$ 


20.6$ 


22.4$ 


-7. 


8 


-37.1 


Proportion "Used in Pa3t but Not Now"^ 


5'*.3$ 


56.1$ 


56.3$ 


5il.5$ 


53.6$ 


47.4$ 


-3. 


2 


♦ 14.6 


Pioportion "Was Using at Conception" 


28.5$ 


25.5$ 


21.6$ 


22.0$ 


22.5$ 


25.9$ 


♦ 11, 


8 


♦ 10.0 


Complications^ 




















Total per 1,000 Procedures 


9.27 


9.99 


8.52 


6.25 


2.57 




-14. 


0 


See 


Resident per 1,000 Procedures 


10.06 


10.148 


8.96 


6.68 


2.53 


2.303 


-11. 


2 


footnote 4. 


Resident - Suction Curettage 


10.35 


10.78 


9.^16 


6.97 


2.30 


1.71^ 


♦ 10. 


3 




Resident - A3] Other Methods 


6.81 


7.37 


^4.95 




4.21 


5.69^ 


♦28. 


1 




1 

'Note: All data are Minnesota resident 


abortion 


statistics 


unless 


"Total" is 


Indicated 











'^Combines categories "Have Used but Discontinued" and "Interrupted Use of Usual Method", which were 
reported i*eparate]y in yeerr prior to 1985. 

^Rates for 1980 were incorrectly rer *'"ted In the 198O Report, and are corrected here. 

^In 1982, side effects experienced by abortion recipients were for the first time reported as 
coiTtpj icat ion? by ?0De provider;, filter jr'C data jr ?ijch a \'8y that years subsequent to the change 
cannot bt directJy conipared to 198] or prior data years. 



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Table 17 
REPORTEID INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY SELECTED AGE GROUP BY RESIDENCE 







MINNESOTA, 


1985 








Total 


Reported Abortions 


Minnesota Resident Abortion 




Age 


Number 


Percent Percent 
Teens of Total 


Number 


Percent 
Percent of 
of Teens Residents 


Resident 
Percent 
of Total 


<18 
18-19 


1,738 
?,952 


37.9 9.8 
16 J 


1,570 
2,531 


38.3 9.8 
61,7 ISt? 


90.3 


<20 


'1,590 


100.0 2C.0 


4,101 


100.0 25.6 


89.3 


20-21 


6,718 


38.0 


6,067 


37.9 


90.3 


25-29 


3,^*98 


19.8 


3,216 


20.1 


91.9 


30-3^ 


1,795 


10.1 


1,641 


10,3 


91.4 


35+ 


1,064 


6.0 


956 


6.0 


8?. 8 


Unknown 


21 


9tl 


?1 


0,1 


199,Q 


TOTAL 


17,686 


100.0 


16,002 


100.0 


90.5 



Figure 14 

REPORTED RESIDENT ABORTIONS BY RECIPIENT'S AGE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 



7.000 



6 000 



c 
o 

o 

Si 

< 



-4.000 



3 
T3 
C 



o 
a 



3 000 



2.0C0 



!,000 




21 



=18 18-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35+ 
Age Group 



Unk 



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Table 18 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY RACE/ETHNIC GROUP AND RESIDENCE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 



Total Reported Minnesota Resident 

Abortions Abortions 



Race 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Resident 
Percent 


White 


15,983 


90.1 


14,376 


89.8 


89.9 


Black 


820 


U.6 


806 


5.0 


98.3 


Indian 


160 


0.9 


138 


0.9 


86.3 


Hispanic 


110 


0.6 


109 


0.7 


99.1 


Asian 


362 


2.0 


350 


2.2 


96.7 


Other 


59 


0.3 


56 


0.3 


91.9 


Unknown 


192 


1,1 


167 


1.0 


87,0 


TOTAL 


17,686 


100.0 


16,002 


100.0 


90.5 



Table 19 



REPORTED 


RESIDENT 


INDUCED ABORTIONS 


BY RACE AND 


AGE GROUP 






MINNESOTA, 1985 










Race 






Aire GrouD 


White 


Non-White 


Unknown^ 


Tota; 


<15 


69 


30 


4 


103 


15-17 


1,327 


119 


21 


1,467 


18-19 


2, 334 


170 


27 


2,531 


20-2H 


5,545 


J. 30 


92 


6,067 


25-29 


2,834 


311 


71 


3,216 


30-34 


1,420 


180 


41 


1,641 


35+ 


830 


109 


17 


956 


Unknown 


17 


1. 




21 


TOTAL 


14,376 


1,350 


276 


16.002 



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^Includes Hispanic origin. 



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Table 20 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY MARITAL STATUS AND RESIDENCE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 



Marital 
Status 

Never Married 

Married 

Other ^ and 
Unknown 



Total Repo.-'ted 
Abortions 



Number 
12,161 
2, 1172 



Percent 
70.5 
11.0 



Minnesota Resident 
Abortions 



Number 
11,300 
2,211 



Percent 
70.6 
13.8 



2.491 15.6 



Resident 
Percent 

90.7 

89.4 

50^ 



TOTAL 



17,686 



10^.0 



16,002 100.00 



90.5 



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Table 21 

REPORTED RESIDENT INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY AGE GROUP AND MARITAL STATUS 
MINNESOTA, 1985 









Marital Status 




Age 


Reported 
Resident 
Abortions 


Never 
Married 


Currently 
Married 


Other ^ 
and 
Unknown 


<18 


1,570 


1,549 


8 


13 


18-19 


2,531 


2,425 


50 


56 




6,067 


4,936 


565 


566 


25-29 


3,216 


1,733 


669 


8l4 


30-34 


1,641 


491 


517 


633 


35+ 


956 


157 


396 


403 


Unkown 


21 


9 


6 


6 


TOTAL 


16,002 


11,300 


2,211 


2,491 



Other includes: Jivorced, Separated, and Widowed, 



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Table 22 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY GESTATION AND RESIDENCE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 



Total Reported 



Minnesota Resident 





Abortions 


Abortions 




Weeks of 
Gestation^ 

( D/Nof T MP \ 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 




<9 


ft 1 c •? 

0,157 


**D . 1 


7,4o0 


40.7 




9-10 


4,802 


27.2 


4,410 


27.6 




11-12 


2,3^3 


13.3 


2,127 


13.3 




13-15 


1,184 


6.7 


1,038 


6.5 




16-20 


972 


5.5 


781 


4.9 




21+ 


218 


1^ 


166 






TOTAL 


17,686 


100.0 


16,002 


lUu.O 






Table 23 

REPORTED RESIDENT INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY AGE GROUP BY WEEKS OF GESTATION 
MINNESOTA, 1985 










Gestation in Week^^ 


(LMP) 




Age 


Reported 
Resident 

Abortions <$ 


11-12 n-1S 




2U 


<18 


1,570 J|60 


^462 


287 170 


15^4 


37 


18-19 


2,531 1,002 


684 


^0^4 223 


17^4 


I{I4 




6,067 2,877 


1,668 


799 39^ 


280 


^49 


25-29 


3,216 1,730 


884 


3^7 1^46 


89 


20 


30-3^* 


1,6m 923 


^30 


169 62 


^47 


10 


35+ 


956 ii75 


276 


121 m 


37 


6 


Unknown 






i» Z 


781 


.66 


TOTAL 


16,002 7,^80 


^,mo 2 


,127 1,038 



Resident 
Percent 

91.7 

91.8 

90. U 

87.7 

80.3 

76.1 

90.5 



'W'eks of gestation as reported by the physician using uterine 
sii" and /or LHP indicated by the patient. 



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75 



Figure 15 



PERCENT OF REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS BY WEEKS OF GESTATION 
MINNESOTA RESDENTS, 1985 




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Pace 71 



76 



Table 2^1 

PATIENTS REPORTING PRIOR ABORTIONS 
BY AGE GROUP AND RESIDENCE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 







ReDorted Abortions 


MinDesota Resident Abortions 


Age 
Group 


Nuober 


Aboriions^ 


Percent^ 




Abortions^ 




<18 


1,738 


103 


5.9 


1,570 


97 


6.2 


18-19 


2,852 


m 


16. M 


2,531 




17.0 




6,710 


2,268 


33.8 


6,067 


2,109 


3^.8 


25-29 


3,i*98 


1,56U 




3,216 


1,^4^43 


i4i4.9 


30-3^ 


1,795 


790 




1,6m 


•/37 


an. 9 




1,06^4 


363 


3^.1 


956 


336 


35.1 


Unknown 


21 


19 


^7.6 


21 


IQ 


^7.6 


TOTAL 


17,686 


5,566 


31.5 


16,002 


5,162 


32.3 



Nuffiber of women who reported at 

'Percentage of wonen witbm each 
bad at least one prior abortion 



least one prior abortion, 
age group who reported having 



Figure 16 

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF RRST-TJME ABORTION RECIPIENTS 
VERSUS REPEAT ABORTION RECIPIENTS BY AGE GROUP, MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 



<18 
18-19 
g 20-24 

u 
O 

|> 25-29 
30-34 
35+ 











J4.8 




44 9 




44 9 




351 


' 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 



Percent 



□ Wofn%n R*portng At L%ast On« Pnor Ab:>rhon 
C2a Wom«n Rtpor.jog Mo Poor Abortions 



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Table 25 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY Nm._,ER OF PRIOR ABORTIONS AND RESIDENCE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 





Total 


Reported 


Minnesota 


Resident 






Abortions 


Abortions 




Number 










Resident 


of Prior 










Percent 


Abortions 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


of Total 


0 


12,119 


68.5 


10,839 


67.7 


89.4 


1 


3,988 


22.5 


3,682 


23.0 


92.3 


2 


1,120 


6.3 


1,0U5 


6.5 


93.3 


3 


311 


1.8 


291 


1.8 


94.5 


4 


107 


0.6 


102 


0.6 


95.3 


5+ 


UO 


0.2 


39 


0.2 


S7.5 


Unknown 


1 


0.0 


1 


0,0 


100.0 


TOTAL 


17,686 


100.0 


16,002 


100.0 


90.5 



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'able 26 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY NUMBER OF PRIOR LIVE BIRTHS AND RESIDENCE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 



Total Reported 



Minnesota Rfjsident 



Number 



of Prior 
Live Births 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Percent 
of Tote 


0 


11,783 


66.6 


10,615 


66.3 


90.1 


1 


2,850 


16.1 


2,630 


16. U 


92.3 


2 


2,02i 


11. u 


1,830 


1 1 .U 


90.5 


3 


702 


4.0 


629 


3.9 


89.6 


4 


196 


1.1 


181 


1.1 


92.3 


5 


72 


O.U 


63 


O.U 


87.5 


6 


22 


0.1 


18 


0.1 


81.8 


7 


22 


0.1 


21 


0.1 


95.5 


Si- 


8 


0.0 


8 


0.0 


100.0 


Unknown 


8 


0,0 


7 


0,0 


87t5 


lOTAL 


17,686 


100.0 


16,002 


100.0 


90.5 



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Table 2? 

ABORTION PATIENTS REPORTING PRIOR LIVE BIRTHS 
BY AGE GROUP AND RESIDEMCE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 



Age 
Group 



Total R eported Abortions 

Prior 
Live 

Number Births ^ Percent ^ Number 



Mi nnesota Resident Abortions 



Prior 
Live ^ 
Births Percent ' 



<18 


1,738 


68 


3.9 


1,570 


65 


4.1 


18-19 


2,852 


318 


11.2 


2,531 


298 


11.8 


20-24 


6,718 


1,759 


26.2 


6,067 


1,602 


26.4 


25-29 


3,498 


1,713 


49.0 


3,216 


1,574 


48.9 


30-34 


1,795 


1,180 


65.7 


1,641 


1,070 


65.2 


35+ 


1 ,064 


845 


79.4 


956 


759 


79.4 


Unknown 


21 


12 


57,1 


2J 


12 


5jL1 


TOTAL 


17,686 


5,895 


33.3 


16,002 


5,380 


33.6 



Number of women who 

Percentage of women 
having had at least 



reported at least one 

within each age group 
one prior live birth. 



prior live birth, 
who reported 



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Table 28 

REPORTED RESIDENT INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY METHOD BY WEEKS OF GESTATION 
MINNESOTA, I985 



Metnod 



1 



Reported 
Resident 
Abort long 



Gestation in Weeks^ (LMP) 



9-10 11-12 n-15 _i6+ 



\^acuum 
Curettage 

Dilation & 
Evacuation 

Dilation & 
Curettage 

Other 3 



14,680 7,459 4,399 2,105 677 



1,303 
8 

11 



11 

4 

6 



2 



21 360 



1 

0 



0 

J 



40 
902 
1 



Total 



16,002 7,480 4,410 2,127 ;,038 



947 



'See definitions of methods in definitions section. 
2 

Weeks of gestation as reported by the physician using uterine size 
and/or LMP indicated by the patient. 

•'The "Other" category includes: prostaglandin; saline/fluid exchange; 
menstrua extraction (-pregnancy); menstrual extraction (+ pregnancy); 
hysterectomy; hysterotomy; and other. 



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Table 29 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY METHOD BY COMPLICATIONS^ AND RESIDENCE 
MINNESOTA, I985 



Total Reported Abortions 



Minnesota Resident Abortions 



Method ^ 

Vacuum 
Curettage 

Dilation & 
Evacuation 

Dilation & 
Curettage 

Other'* 



Proce- Compli- 
dures Percent g^tiPRS Rate ^ 



16,084 90.9 



1,583 



9.0 



8 0.0 



155 9.6ii 



5.69 



0 



0.0 



Proce- Compli- 
dures Percent cations Rate ^ 



14,680 91.7 152 10.35 



1,303 8.1 
8 0.0 



0 



6.91 

0.0 
0.0 



TOTAL 



17,6'86 100.0 



164 



9-27 



16,002 100.0 



161 



10.06 



^Reported complications include the categories: hemorrhage (>500 ml), pelvic infection, 
fever, cervical injury, uterine perforation, retained tissue and other procedure 
related conditions. In I982, minor side effects experienced by auortion recipients 
were for the first time reported as complications. These minor side effects included 
bleeding (<500 ml), uterine cramping, and elevated temperatures lower than 38 C. 

^See definitions of method; in defitions section. 

^Rate is reported complications per *,000 abortion procedures. 

'*The "Other" category includes: prostaglandin; saline/fluid exchange; menstrual 
extraction (-pregnancy); mentrual extraction (^pregnancy) ; hysterectomy, hysterotomy; 
and other. 



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Table 30 

MARITAL STATUS BY REPORTED CONTRACEPTIVE USE 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 



Reported Contraceptive Use^ 



Reported Used in 

Age Resident Never Past but Was 

Group At?orU9ng Jiaed Fer?ept ^ W ot Now f^rg<*Qt^ UAiJag Percent ^ Unknown Percent ^ 



Married 

Currently 
Harried 

Other^ and 
Unknov" 



TOTAL 



11,300 1,970 17.11 



^211 147 6.L 



6,068 53.7 2,948 26.1 



1,168 52. £ 



808 3^.5 



1.^52 5iJ 3Ui 



16,002 2,261 14.1 8,688 54.3 4,555 28.5 



314 
88 

498 



2.8 
4.0 
±^ 
3.1 



^These data relative to contraceptive use are subjective as reporting relies on client recall. 

^Responses given — 

Never used - "I've never u^ed any form of birth control." 

Used in Past but Not Now - includea responses siEiilar to "I've used some type of birth 
control but not when I became pregnant" or "I usually use a method of contraception 
but through human error it wa3 not ef**ectiv<i (miased a pill, forgot to check for my 
lUD, did not uae my diaphragm once or twice, etc.}". Please note that when comparing 
this category to previous years it will be necessary to combine the categories 
"Discontinued Use" and "Interrupted Use" jhich were collected and reported separately 
prior to the 1984 revl5ion of the collection document. 

Was Using - "I was using contraception when I became pregnant." 

^Porcent is read horizontally to equal 10GJ, i.e., each percent is the proportion of women in 
that marital status reporting any contraceptive use. 

^Other includes: Divorced, Separated, and Widowed. 



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Table 31 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY AGE GROUP BY TYPE OF CONTRACEPTION AT CONCEPTION 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 












Aj^_Gr5iiP 








Contraceptive Reported Resident 
Tvoe Abortions 


<18 


15-19 




25-29 


lP-114 






Unknot 


None 1 1 , 


14147 


1,353 


2,079 


14,385 


2,022 


999 


598 


11 


Sponge 


901 


9 


63 


362 


276 


137 


514 


0 


Diaphragm 


807 


2 


23 


257 


2914 


1^3 


86 


2 


Condoms 


791 


1 114 


150 


2148 


138 


78 


59 


14 


Combination Pills 


1?9 


142 


99 


373 


1514 


52 


7 


2 


Foam 


250 


14 


16 


814 


56 


148 


141 




Rhythu 


2M 


9 


12 


70 


i'" 


145 


314 


0 


Withdrawal 


170 


20 


38 


67 


23 


16 


6 


0 


Foam & Condom 


162 


7 


16 


58 




25 


10 


0 


Suppositories 


153 


2 


8 


149 


149 


26 


19 


0 


Intrauterine Device 


97 


1 


3 


214 


37 


20 


12 


0 


Natural Family Planning 


il8 


0 


2 


19 


114 


9 


14 


0 


Male/Female Sterilization 


141 


0 


0 


1 1 


6 


12 


12 




Spermicidal cream/jelly alone 


31 


0 


3 


n 


7 


7 


3 


0 


Mini Pills 


26 


0 


14 


8 


9 


14 


0 


1 


Cervical Cap 


2i| 


0 


1 


7 


6 


6 


14 


0 


Fertillt- Awareness 


i| 


0 


0 


1 


1 


2 


0 


0 


Injectable 


i| 


0 


0 




0 


0 


2 


0 


Other 


75 


3 


10 


27 


23 


J 


3 


0 


Unknown 




14 


4 


14 


? 


3 






TOTAL 16, 


002 


1,570 


2,531 


6,067 


3,216 


1,6141 


956 


21 



'These data relative to contraceptive use are subjective as reporting reliea on client recall. 
2... Data were suppressed In or^er to preserve confidentiality of recipients. 



84 



Page 79 



Table 32 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
BY AGE GROUP BY CONTRACEPTIVE USE^ 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS. 1985 



Reported Contraceptive Use' 



Age 


Reported 
Resident 
Abortions 




percent^ 


Used in 

PaQt" hilt" 

Not Now 


F .Tcent^ 


was 


Percent^ 


.Uo<iiQwn Percent 


<15 


103 


72 


69.9 


21 


20.4 


7 


6.8 






15-17 


1,U67 


607 


U1.U 


606 


41.3 


210 


14.3 


ua 


3.0 


18~ 1 9 


2,531 


62U 


?.\,7 


1,379 


54.5 


452 


17.9 


76 


3.0 


20-2i| 


6,067 


667 


11.0 


3,543 


58.4 


1,682 


27.7 


175 


2.9 


^5-29 


3.216 


150 


U.7 


1,778 


55.3 


1,194 


37.1 


94 


2.9 


30-3^ 


1,6il1 


66 


U.O 


870 


53.0 


642 


39.1 


63 


3.8 


35-39 


V58 


U1 


5.U 


383 


50.5 


297 


39.2 


37 


4.9 




198 


32 


16.2 


99 


50.0 


61 


30.8 


6 


3.0 


Unknown 


Z\ 


2 




9 


42.9 


IP 


47.6 


_Q 


9tQ 


TOTAL 


16,002 


2,261 


1U.1 


8,688 


54.3 


4,555 


28.5 


498 


3.1 



These data relative to contraceptive use are subjective as reporting relies on client 
recall. 

-Responses given — 

Neve; used - "I've never used any form of birth control." 

Used in Past but Not Nt . - includes responses siiailar to "I've used some type of birth 
^ control but not when I became pregnant" or "I usually use a method of contraception 
* but through nmnan error it was not effective (misse(i a pill forgot to check for my 
lUD, did not use my diaphragm once or twice, etc.V'*. please note that when comparing 
this category to previous years it will be necessary to combine the categories 
"Discontinued Use" and "Interrupted Use" wnich were collected and reported separately 
prior to the 1984 revision of the collection document. 
Was Using - "I was using contraception wh'in I became pregnant." 

^Percent is read horizontally to equal lOOj, i.e., ^'^ach percent is the proportion of 
women in that age group reporting any contraceptx- use. 



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Figure 17 




. CD Unknown 

The data relative to contracepMve use are sjbiective, os reporting irr-i ti - 

s Jies on client recall. I > ^- y IS] Was Using 



ERiC SB 



Mi Used In Past But Not Now 
EZ3 Never Used 



Table 33 
REPORTED INDUCEI> ABORTIONS 
BY QUARTER AND RESIDENCE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 



Total Reported 
Abortions 



Minnesota Resident 
Abortions 



Resident 



Quarter 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Percent 


Jan - Mar 


1,738 


26.8 


4,256 


26.6 


89.8 


Apr - June 


1,393 


2U.8 


3,969 


2U.8 


90.3 


July - Sept 


U,U56 


25.2 


1,036 


25.2 


90.6 


Oct - Dec 


^099 


23.2 


.3,711 




91>3 


TOTAL 


17,686 


100.0 


16,002 


100.0 


90. S 



Figure 18 

NUMBER OF ABORTIONS BY MONTH PERFORMED 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 



l.oOC -1 



1527 




Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 

Month 



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ERLC 



87 



Figure 19 

Reported Induced Abortions by County 

of Residence, 1985 




Page 03 



Table 34 
REPORTED INDUCED ABORTIONS 
OCCURRING IN MINNESOTA TO NON-MINNESOTA RESIDENTS 
BY STATE OR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 1985 



State or Foreign Country 

of Residence Number Percent 

Illinois 17 1.0 

Iowa 1 06 6.3 

Michigan 60 3.6 

North Dakota 77 4.6 

South Dakota 114 6.8 

Wisconsin 1,0f3 62.8 

Other U.S. States 6l 3.6 

Canada 153 9.1 

Other Foreign Countries 

and Unknown 28 2.3 

TOTAL 1,684 100.0 



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FERTILITY 



ERIC 



Table 35 

TOTAL REPORTED PREX3^ANCIES BY OUrCGME TYPE AND RATE 
MlbJNESOTA RESIDBt^IS, 1975-1985 



Year 


Live 
Births 


Outcome Type 

Repor tedl 
Induced 
Aborticxis 


Fetal2 
Deaths 


Total3 
Reported 
Pregnancies 


Female 
Population 
Ages 15-44 


Pregnancy 
Rate 


1975 


56,463 


8,129 


479 


65,071 


863,882 


75.3 


1976 


56,599 


11,109 


487 


68,195 


886,997 


76.8 


1977 


60,284 


13,024 


471 


73,779 


902,754 


81.7 


1978 


61,998 


14,178 


468 


76,644 


923,409 


83.0 


1979 


65,325 


15,639 


445 


81,409 


947,367 


85.9 


1980 


67,843 


16,490 


449 


84,782 


958,773 


88.4 


1981 


68,652 


15,821 


461 


84,934 


%7,087 


87.8 


1982 


68,512 


15,559 


429 


84,500 


977,905 


86.4 


1983 


65,559 


14,517 


457 


80,530 


981,287 


82.0 


1984 


66,715 


15,556 


465 


82,736 


983,004 


84.1 


1985 


67,412 


16,002 


439 


83,853 


991,671 


84.5 



InclLdes only t±KDse reported indiced abortions occurring in Minnesota to Minnesota r.^idents 
Includes reported fetal deaths of 20 weeks or nore gestation 
ExclLries ipiscarriages 

Nunber of pregnancies per 1,000 vgonen in the population of ages 15 throigh 44 



91 



Table 36 

PREJO^ANCY OUICa-ES ^i© PRE)GNANCY RATES BY AGE C^" WCMAN 
MINNESOEA RESIDENTS, 1980-1985 



Age of Wtinan 



Year 


Total* 


<15 


*>17 


18-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-.. 


35-39 


40^• 


Unknc 


1980 






















uiv\; oiruiS 


b /, OH J 


HO 


1, 988 


5,000 


22,546 


24,035 


11,300 


2,485 


437 


7 


Fetal Deaths 


449 


1 


13 


38 


140 


131 


79 


29 


9 


9 


Indtced Abortions 


16,490 


104 


2,223 


3,380 


6,054 


2,823 


1,219 


491 


183 


13 


Total Pregnancies** 


84,782 


150 


4,224 


8,413 


28,740 


26,989 


12,598 


3,005 


629 


29 


Age Stjecific 




















Pregnancy Rate*** 


80.2 


1.5 


36.9 


101.3 


144.0 


149.3 


80.5 


24.4 


6.2 




198^ 






















oirtns 


bo, b 


4o 


^, ool 


4, 741 


22,293 


24,361 


12,235 


2,659 


425 


9 


Fetal Deaths 


461 




18 


31 


135 


162 


78 


23 


6 


8 


Induced Abortions 


15,821 


83 


1, 737 


3,064 


6,047 


^,847 


1,334 


525 


175 


9 


Total Pregnancies** 


84,934 


131 


3,636 


7,836 


28,475 


27,370 


13,647 


3,207 


606 


26 


Age Specific 






















Pregnancy Rate*** 


79.9 


1.4 


33.4 


99.0 


143.6 


148.2 


84.6 


24.6 


5.8 


_ 


1982 






















r 1 UD Ri r' 

IjI OlLUlS 


bO, 


0 1 


1, //i 


4 , 347 


21, 751 


24,369 


12, 735 


3,064 


458 


10 


Fetal Deatns 


429 




16 


37 


132 


121 


88 


27 


6 


2 


inaicea ADOrtiOnS 






1,482 


2, 799 


5,963 


2, 972 


1,461 


570 


178 


52 


Total Pregnancies** 


84,500 


139 


3,219 


7,183 


27,846 


27,462 


14,284 


3,661 


642 


64 


Age Specific 






















Pregnancy Rate*** 


78.7 


1.5 


30.8 


94.2 


140.7 


145.2 


86.2 


26.8 


6.0 


_ 


1983 






















ui>^ oircns 


65, 559 


53 


1,S21 


3, 756 


19, 844 


23,734 


13,042 


3,154 


451 


4 


Fetal Deatns 


457 


2 


15 


35 


137 


134 


85 


36 


5 


8 


Inducevi Abortions 


14,517 


96 


1,337 


2,b48 


5,488 


2,871 


1,359 


607 


176 


35 


Total Pregnancies** 


80,533 


151 


2,873 


6,339 


25,469 


26,739 


14,486 


3,797 


632 


47 


Age Specific 






















Pregnancy Rate*** 


74.8 


1.6 


27.4 


82.9 


^8.3 


141.0 


87.0 


27.7 


5.8 




1984 






















Live Births 


66, / 5 


50 


1,604 


3,608 


19,417 


24,348 


13,676 


3,523 


478 


11 


Fetal Deachs 


465 




i9 


24 


136 


139 


106 


31 


6 


4 


Induced Abortions 


15,556 


90 


1,305 


2,586 


6,032 


3,111 


1,575 


627 


212 


18 


Total Pregnancies** 


82,736 


140 


2,928 


6,21S 


25,585 


27,598 


15,357 


4,181 


696 


33 


Age Specific 






















Pregnancy Rate*** 


77.1 


1.6 


30.7 


89.1 


D4.7 


143.4 


89.4 


28.6 


5.9 




1985 






















Live Births 


67,412 


55 


1,518 


3,509 


18,968 


i,\ 797 


14,283 


3,804 


467 


11 


Fetal Deaths 


439 




i5 


26 


109 


155 


93 


25 


8 


8 


Indtced Abortions 


16,C02 


i05 


1,467 


2,531 


6,067 


3-216 


1,641 


758 


L98 


21 


Total Pregnancies** 


8jj,555 


158 


3,000 


6,066 


25,144 


2P,168 


16,017 


4,587 


673 


40 


Age Specific 






















Pregnancy Rate*** 


77.5 


1.7 


31.2 


86.3 


121. 2 


145.0 


92.3 


31.1 


5.7 





* For purposes of tnis table total pregnancy rates are calculated per 1,000 female population of 

ages 12 throujh 44 
** Does not include mscarriages 
*** Total jrognancier. wit^m a specified age groi^ per 1,000 fesnale population withm the came age 
group 



Page 88 



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INFANT 
MORTALITY & 

FETAL DEATHS 



.93 



Table 37 

INFAOT, N0ONA3AL AND POSTNECNATAL DEATHS BY CAUSE 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 



Neonatal 





Infant 




Under 


1-6 


7-27 


Post- 


Causes ot Death 


Deaths 


Total 


1 Day 


Da^ 


Days 


neonat£ 


All Catees - Total 


591 


364 


216 


90 


58 


227 


Certain conditions originating m the perinatal period 


234 


224 


146 


48 


30 


10 


Respiratory distress snydrome 


52 


50 


22 


18 


10 


2 






49 


46 


2 


1 




SC'lected respiratory conditions o£ fetus and newborn 


40 


36 


22 


5 


9 


4 


onoru gescauon ana low oirtn weignt 


34 


33 


32 


1 




1 


Intrauterine hypoxia and birth asphyxia 


9 


8 


3 


4 


1 


1 


rcLdi.. cu I neonaca.'. nnnurrnage 


6 


6 




6 






Birth trauna 


5 


5 


1 


4 


- 


- 


Congenital anomalies 


140 


103 


53 


36 


14 


37 


Of heart 


34 


16 


3 


10 


3 


18 


L^opiLauJLy oyoLCni 


23 


21 


15 


4 


2 


2 


AnencephaluB and similar anomalies 


17 


16 


13 


3 




X 


ChrcmDscnal anomalies 


13 


9 


3 


4 


2 


4 


Of irinary system 


7 


7 


4 


3 






Symptoms, signs, aivd ill-defined conditions 


134 


15 


5 


1 


9 


119 


oLDaen iiLLant oeaui syncircme 


134 


15 


5 


1 


9 


119 




16 


4 


2 


2 




12 




9 


2 


2 






7 




16 


4 


2 


1 


1 


12 




13 


2 




1 


1 


11 


Mechanical suffocation 


5 


1 


- 




1 


4 


Motor vehicle 












1 


In3ij:y indetennii . whether uimtentionally or 














purposely inf licced 


2 


2 


2 








Hcmicide 


1 






- 


- 


1 


Diseases of the nervour. system and sense organs 


14 


2 


1 


- 


1 


12 


Diseases of the circulaf>ry system 


13 


3 


2 


i 




10 


El ^SU^XCLM 1 D 


7 


3 


2 




1 


4 


Malignant neoplasms 


6 


2 


1 




i_ 


4 


Infectiw and parasitic diseases 


5 


1 


1 






4 


Septicemia 


1 










i 


Diseases of the digestive system 


5 


2 


2 






3 


Diseases of the blood and blood forming organs 


3 


1 






1 


2 


Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases and 














immtnity disorders 


2 


1 




1 






Diseases of the genitourinary system 


2 


1 






1 


1 



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Page 91 



Table 39 

FETAL DEATOS OF 20 WEEKS A^© OVER BY CAUSE AND VEIGHT OP FBTUB 
MRflffiSOE?. RESIMNTS, 1985 



Weight in Grams 



CaLBe of Death 


Total 
Fetal 
Deaths 


999 
or 

Less 


1,000 
bo 
1,499 


1,500 
bo 
1,999 


2,000 
bo 
2,499 


2,5C0 
bo 
2,999 


3,000 
bo 
3,499 


3,500 
bo 
3,999 


4,000 
bo 
4,499 


4,500 
and 
Over 


Weight 


Total All Causes 


439 


128 


29 


37 


38 


35 


35 


22 


7 


4 


104 


Complications of Placenta, Cord, or Manbranes 


173 


43 


9 


18 


19 


12 


18 


8 


4 


1 


41 


Congenital Anonalies 


32 


12 


2 


4 


1 


2 


1 


*" 


1 


- 


9 


Anenoephalus and Suniiar Anomalies 


(9) 


(3) 


(-) 


(2) 


(-) 


(-) 


(1) 


i-) 


H 


(-) 


(3) 


Hydrocephalus 


(1) 


(1) 


(-) 


(-) 


(") 


(-) 




(-) 


(-) 




(-) 


Maternal Conditions Related to Pregnancy 


39 


26 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


Short Gestation and Low Birthweight 


11 


6 


1 








- 


I 


- 


- 


3 


Maternal Conditions lAirelated to Pregnancy 


21 


8 


2 




i 


2 


1 


1 


1 




3 


Other Diseases or Conditions Specific 
to the Perinatal Period 


15 


2 


1 


2 


2 


3 


3 








2 


Hypoxia and Birth Asphyxia 


8 








2 


2 


2 


1 




1 




Complications of Labor and Delivery 


6 


1 






1 


1 




1 






2 


Malpcesentation or Fetus 


(1) 


(1) 


(-) 


(-) 


(-) 


(-) 


(-) 


(-) 


(-) 


(-) 


(-) 


Slow Fetal Growth and Fetal Malnutrition 


4 


1 




1 














2 


Syndrome of "Infant of a Diabet\c Mother" 


10 


2 






1 




2 






1 




Other Diseases Not Specific to Perinatal Period 


3 




1 
















2 


Hemolytic Disease of Fetus 


i 






i 
















Ill-defined Conditions Originating in 
Perinatal Period 


116 


27 


10 


11 


9 


13 


8 


10 


1 


1 


26 



ERIC 



GENERAL 
MORTALITY 



fi6 



Every day in 1985, residents of Minnesota 
experienced an average of: 




Table 39 

DEAIHS BY OOINIY OF OOCURRaJCE DISTRIBUIED ACCORDING TO RESIDENCE: RESIDEOT DEATHS 
DISTRIB'JTED ACCOFDING TO PIACE CF DErtrri 
MBmwHZsOIA, 1985 



Deaths Occirring m County Resident Deaths 









Other 


Out of 


Outside 


CoLTity 








Comty 


Minnesota 


State 


Withm 


Outside 




Comty 


Total 


Residents 


Residents 


Residents 


Minnesota 


Minnesota 


Total 


State Total 


35,058 


27,248 


6,080 


1,730 


6,080 


1,465 


34,793 


Aitkin 


155 


134 


19 


2 


63 


4 


201 


Anoka 


905 


602 


287 


16 


295 


23 


920 


Becker 


222 


195 


18 


9 


23 


57 


275 


BeltraiTu 


256 


201 


48 


7 


29 


16 


246 


Bentjn 


150 


103 


46 


1 


109 


2 


214 


Big Stone 


108 


76 


23 


9 


18 


16 


110 


BluB Earth 


439 


330 


106 


3 


52 


7 


389 


Brown 


290 


244 


46 




52 


3 


299 


Carlton 


270 


214 


52 


4 


66 


2 


282 


Carver 


227 


145 


80 


2 


115 


3 


263 


Cass 


164 


127 


30 


7 


162 


12 


iOl 


Chippewa 


142 


125 


16 


1 


44 


4 


173 


Chisago 


173 


133 


32 


8 


72 


23 


228 


Clay 


242 


203 


26 


13 


13 


152 


368 


Clearwater 


95 


73 


18 


4 


23 


8 


104 


Cook 


36 


27 


8 


1 


9 


1 


37 


Cottonwood 


145 


128 


15 


1 


26 


9 


163 


Crow Wing 


451 


342 


93 


16 


74 


12 


428 


DakDta 


846 


666 


155 


25 


391 


24 


1,081 


Dodge 


59 


51 


8 




70 


4 


125 


Douglas 


322 


27R 


42 


2 


29 


7 


314 


Faribault 


192 


164 


13 


15 


52 


8 


224 


FiliJtDre 


187 


157 


22 


8 


67 


20 


244 


Freeborn 


345 


292 


31 


22 


55 


11 


358 


vjooculue 


j9o 


328 


41 


29 


75 


5 


408 


Grant 


89 


70 


17 


2 


25 


3 


98 


Hennepin 


8,844 


6,980 


1,513 


351 


588 


155 


7,723 


Minneapolis 


4,388 


2,755 


1,430 


203 


1,125 


54 


3,934 


HoLBton 


123 


113 


7 


3 


10 


71 


194 


Hubbard 


161 


93 


62 


6 


29 


18 


140 


Isanti 


175 


121 


54 




48 


1 


170 


Itasca 


375 


312 


56 


7 


70 


6 


388 


Jackson 


119 


104 


14 


1 


22 


15 


141 


Kanabec 


104 


80 


24 




32 


4 


116 


Kandiyohi 


367 


260 


105 


2 


44 


11 


315 


Kittson 


106 


93 


10 


3 


5 


10 


108 


Koochiching 


142 


134 


4 


4 


24 


8 


166 


Lac Qui Parle 


109 


102 


5 


2 


30 


4 


136 


Lake 


81 


71 


8 


2 


20 


2 


93 


Lake of the Wcxxis 


37 


28 


8 


1 


7 


6 


41 


Le Sueir 


142 


119 


22 


1 


105 


5 


229 


Lincoln 


77 


58 


11 


8 


13 


9 


80 


Lyon 


203 


178 


25 




26 


21 


225 


McLeod 


328 


260 


67 


1 


65 


1/ 


330 


Mahnomen 


AO 


42 


7 




1^ 


8 


64 


Marshall 


61 


55 


5 


1 


n 


25 


127 


Martin 


266 


245 


2 


l'^ 


38 


19 


302 


Meeker 


226 


176 


49 


1 


53 


1 


230 


Mine Lacs 


199 


152 


46 


1 


34 


1 


187 


Morrison 


228 


200 


24 


4 


68 


2 


270 


Mower 


345 


318 


23 


4 


86 


17 


421 



Page 96 



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98 



Table 39 

neATHS BY COUNTY OF COCURKEIO DISTRIBUTED ACCORDING TO RESIDE2JCE: RESIDEOT DEAIHS 
DISTRIBUTEZI ACCORDING TO PIXE OF MATH, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CCNT.) 



Deaths Occtrring m Cotnty Resident Deaths 









Other 


Out of 


Outside 


Cotnty 








Comty 


Minnesota 


S^te 


Withm 


Outside 




Comty 


Total 


Residents 


Residents 


Residents 


Minnesota 


Minnesota 


Total 


Murray 


88 


82 


4 


2 


31 


20 


133 


Nioollet 


148 


112 


33 


3 


64 


5 


181 


Nobles 


235 


187 


37 


11 


31 


21 


239 


Nonnan 


94 


77 


16 


1 


22 


20 


119 


Oijnsted 


1,506 


552 


443 


511 


36 


17 


605 


Otter Tail 


463 


426 


26 


11 


92 


73 


591 


Fennxngcon 




129 


49 


1 


14 


9 


152 


Pine 


110 


103 


7 




104 


4 


211 


Pipestone 


135 


122 


11 


2 


3 


25 


150 


Polk 


313 


253 


37 


23 


24 


68 


345 


Pope 


141 


U5 


25 


1 


23 


3 


141 


Ramsey 


4,340 


3,431 


755 


154 


505 


80 


4,016 


St. Paul 


3,545 


2,338 


1,059 


148 


405 




2,786 


Red Late 


32 


25 


7 


- 


21 


5 


51 


Redvood 


161 


133 


27 


1 


67 


7 


207 


Renville 


178 


159 


17 


2 


75 


7 


241 


Rice 


352 


293 


52 


7 


60 


7 


360 


Rock 


104 


88 


13 


3 


11 


22 


121 


Roseau 


U3 


103 


7 


3 


14 


20 


137 


St. Loms 


2,431 


2,052 


184 


195 


110 


33 


2,195 


Oulutn 


1,412 


964 


266 


182 


102 


22 


1,038 


Soott 


346 


234 


112 




73 


3 


310 


Sherbirne 


170 


119 


48 


3 


110 


4 


233 


Sibley 


99 


84 


15 




55 


2 


141 


Stearns 


869 


554 


295 


20 


128 


8 


690 


Steele 


175 


149 


25 


1 


72 


6 


227 


Stevens 


104 


91 


13 




16 


3 


110 


Swift 


109 


99 


10 




39 


4 


142 


Todd 


164 


151 


8 


5 


91 


6 


248 


Traverse 


60 


44 


9 


7 


19 


14 


77 


Wabasha 


178 


137 


27 


14 


64 


5 


206 


Wadena 


238 


137 


101 




31 


17 


185 


Waseca 


122 


104 


14 


4 


57 




161 


Washing trti 


427 


332 


75 


20 


251 


34 


617 


Watonwan 


120 


100 


19 


1 


37 


3 


140 


Wilkin 


136 


71 


5 


60 


6 


8 


85 


Winona 


375 


3^.3 


22 


30 


40 


23 


391 


Wright 


327 


264 


62 


1 


159 


6 


429 


Yellow Medicine 


141 


111 


26 


4 


53 


8 


152 


Unknown 










5 




5 



Page 97 

99 



Table 40 

DEa.THS FROl SELECTED CAUSES BY AGE GROJP A^D SEX 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 





Mnia 1 


5 


10 


15 


20 


25 


30 


35 


40 


«5 


50 


55 


60 


65 


70 


75 


80 


85 


Case of Death 


1 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


u 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


ani 


Kti So: 


TbUl YoBT 4 


9 




19 


» 


29 


35 


39 




«.9 




59 


62! 


69 


7*! 


79 


&; 





OOO- Z. 
139 



PARASmC DISEASES 



3S.793" 591 130 62 69 227 285 288 280 3W "13 576 9« 1.512 2,2W 3,075 •» 035 4,87S 5,213 9,657 
17,91C^ 3^0 75 32 M 156 219 206 i89 209 25^5 387 5«2 970 1,Ji51 1,909 2,378 2,6M 2.«*7 
16,833 251 55 30 25 71 67 82 91 135 159 189 372 5i!2 793 1,l66 1,667 2,23t 2.756 6,231 



300 
1*5 
155 



26 


33 


*8 




76 


13 


19 


25 


21 




13 


19 


23 


19 


52 



GOV 
005 



006 



010- 
018. 
137 

010- 
012 



013- 
018 



ijr 



033 



Xnteettlnid InftBCtlous 



{IheludU« Lata 

Tttxnuiosia 
(tetlve) 

Othtt- 

(Xctlw) 

LstiO ETDBCts of 
lUbnculosls 



3 



3 2 
2 2 
2 2 



033 Uxxplng Cough 



0?u 

035 



035 



037 



0«6 



Streptooocxal Sore 
Throat, Soarlatlra, 
and &yslpela5 

Ipfwtlon 



Soplicasja 



IblicByeUtis 



173 

80 
93 



1 1 - - 1 2 


2 1 


1 2 


13 


8 


25 


3S 


26 


53 




2 1 


1 


7 


4 




18 


in 


16 


1 1 - - 1 - 




2 


6 


n 


11 


16 


1« 


37 



095 HBBS148 



C6i- Vinl &x>B(halltls 
OCft (Jloabe) 



097 



aLS- 
lad 



Viral HBpetltls 



Other Infectious 
snS Parasitic 



3 

3 

3 
3 

90 
5!J 
36 



2 


2 1 


1 5 


6 


3 


5 


3 


3 


tt 


13 


8 


11 


10 


13 


1 


1 


3 


5 


3 


3 


3 


2 


3 


9 


3 


6 


7 


5 


1 


1 1 


1 2 


1 




2 




1 


1 


tt 


5 


5 


3 


8 



Page 98 

ico 



Table 40 

DEATHS FRCM SELECTED CAUSES BY AGE GROUP AND SEX 
MINNESOTA RESIDKJTG, 1985 (0:>NT.) 







Ihicr 1 


5 




15 


20 


25 


50 


35 


HQ 


J»5 


50 


55 


60 


65 


70 


75 


80 


85 


sion 


Case of DeaU) 


1 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 




»>. 


xrl Ser, 


Total Year ft 


9 


14 


19 


» 


29 


3J« 


39 


4^) 


49 


54 


59 


6ft 


69 


7ft 


79 










tli, (XSS, Total 


T 


3S,793» 


591 


130 


62 


69 


227 


286 


283 


280 




ft13 


576 


91ft 


1,512 


2,2W 


5,cr?5 


^035 


ft,&75 


5,213 


9,657 






H 


17,910^ 


350 


75 


32 


ftft 


156 


219 


206 


189 


209 


25ft 


3?7 


5ft2 


970 


1,»!51 


1,909 


2,378 


2,6y; 


2,ft67 


3,5526 






F 


16,883 


2ftl 


55 


30 


25 


71 


67 


82 


91 


135 


159 


189 


372 


5ft2 


793 


1,166 


1,657 


2,231 


2,7ft6 


6,231 


ifto. n. 




T 


7,687 


7 


16 


11 


5 


20 


31 


31 


ft5 


8ft 


127 


195 


3S 


577 


8?» 


1,008 


1,172 


1,2(2 


920 


i,an 


239 




M 


ft,ce3 


5 


7 


6 


3 




21 


12 


20 


35 


51 


97 


Iftl 


320 


ftTO 




675 


657 


ftV7 








F 


3,66ft 


2 


9 


5 


2 


8 


10 


19 


25 


ft9 


76 


96 


185 


257 


36ft 


«»30 


ft97 


5*6 


tt73 


611 


IftO. 


KkU^ant 'feoplaxs 




7,560 


6 


16 


11 


5 


18 


31 


28 


*3 


80 


12ft 


191 


323 


570 


827 


996 


1,150 




909 


1 Oft8 


208 




H 


3,973 


5 


7 


6 


3 


11 


21 


11 


18 




50 


96 


Iftl 


315 


ft69 


575 


66ft 




ftft2 


'ft58 






? 


3,5»7 


1 


9 


5 


2 


7 


10 


17 


25 


ft6 


7ft 


95 


182 


255 


353 


123 


ft36 


535 


ft67 


590 


1*0- 


Of lip, Onl 




120 














1 




1 


3 


6 


7 


13 






17 




9 


13 


1*9 


Csvity 2r5 


M 


60 




. 










1 


. 


1 




ft 


ft 


10 


10 


13 


13 


12 


6 


6 






F 


ftO 




















3 


2 


3 


3 


ft 


7 


ft 


ft 


3 


7 


150- 


Of Dipstlve 


T 


2,035 




1 








2 


3 


5 


10 


22 


30 


65 


131 


207 


2^ 


310 


357 


282 




159 




H 


1,091 












2 


3 


2 


4 


12 


22 


ft2 


88 


135 


153 


186 


190 


121 


131 






F 


9W 




1 












3 


6 


10 


8 


23 


"3 


72 


92 




167 


161 


23» 


t50 


Of £30(tV)g)Lt3 


T 


137 






















2 




16 


15 


% 




23 


13 


i3 






M 


lOT 






















2 


7 


13 


15 




19 


18 


c 


10 






F 


30 


























3 


. 


ft 


2 


5 


8 


8 


151 


Of Stosach 




zn 
















2 


2 


ft 


1 


6 


17 


29 


32 


ft2 


ft5 


38 


59 






H 


165 
















2 


1 


ft 


1 


5 


12 


22 


23 


29 


28 


17 


21 






F 


112 
























1 


5 


7 


9 


13 


17 


21 




152 


Of Saall Iitestine, 


T 


20 






















1 


1 


\ 


2 


2 


1 


3 




2 




Including Duodens 


H 


13 






















1 


1 




2 


2 




1 


5 








F 


7 
































1 


2 


2 


2 


^53 


Of Colon 


T 


813 














3 


1 


5 


11 


12 


31 


39 


&ft 


87 


'22 


i<5 




155 






K 


ftlft 














3 




1 


5 


8 


19 


23 


ft5 


53 


75 


7ft 


52 


56 






F 


399 
















1 


ft 


6 


ft 


1: 


:6 


39 


36 


ft7 


/I 


66 


99 


15» 


Of ItectiB, 


T 


121 
















2 




2 


3 


3 


12 


10 


16 


19 


17 


9 


28 






K 


67 




















1 


3 


3 


7 


10 


11 


9 


12 


5 


6 




Junction and Ans 


F 


54 












. 




2 


„ 


1 






5 


. 


5 


10 


5 


ft 


22 


ISO- 


Of BeaplTBtory 


T 


1,669 












3 


1 


5 


7 


18 


ftft 


87 


17ft 


237 


292 


310 


253 


1ft3 


95 


165 


Systee 


H 


1,166 












2 




2 


ft 


10 




ft3 


120 


169 


201 


233 


157 


99 


66 






F 


503 












1 


1 


3' 


3 


8 


1ft 


ftft 


5ft 


68 


91 


77 


66 


ftft 


29 


162 


Of Ttnchn, 


T 


1,596 












1 


1 


ft 


7 


17 


ftft 


81 


167 


222 


281 




2ft3 


135 


86 




EkTjnctus srd 


M 


1,113 
















2 


ft 


10 


30 


ftl 


115 


159 


193 


228 


179 


9ft 


58 




Ling 


F 


*33 












1 


1 


2 


3 


7 


ift 


ftO 


52 


63 


88 


76 


6ft 


ftft 


28 


170- 


Of Bone, Comective 


T 


925 


1 








3 


3 


6 


12 


2ft 


31 


55 


6ft 


79 


103 


1C3 


12*> 


111 


87 


119 


175 


Ti59us, Sdn and 


H 


86 


1 








1 


3 


1 


3 


2 


ft 


6 


5 


6 


8 


8 


8 


11 


9 


10 






F 


839 


. 








2 




5 


9 


22 


27 


«9 


59 


73 


95 


95 


116 


100 


78 


109 


172- 


Of 3cJn 




99 














2 


ft 


2 


3 


8 


8 


6 


8 


11 


8 


10 


10 


19 


173 




M 


ft6 














1 


1 


1 


2 


ft 


ft 


3 


3 


ft 


3 


6 


7 


7 






F 


53 














1 


3 


1 


1 


ft 


ft 


3 


5 


7 


5 


ft 


3 


12 


1751- 


Of Breast 




760 














2 


6 


20 


25 


ftft 


5ft 


68 


83 


&ft 


107 


92 


73 


97 


175 




y 


5 




























1 


1 


1 






2 






F 


7S5 














2 


6 


20 




ftft 


5ft 


68 


er 


83 


106 


92 


73 


95 


179- 


Of Cwltourtnary 


T 


1,220 






1 






ft 




5 


5 


12 


15 


32 


63 


12ft 


139 


19ft 


201 


199 


226 


189 


Organs 


H 


700 












3 




1 


1 


5 


3 


13 


23 


62 


79 


111 


131 


123 


lft5 




F 


520 






1 






1 




ft 


ft 


7 


12 


19 


ftO 


62 


60 


83 


70 


76 


81 


179- 


or uterus. 


T 


117 
















ft 


3 




7 


3 


8 


16 


15 


19 


21 


23 


25 


13? 


OkvIx 2nJ 


u 












































Plaoenu 


F 


















ft 


3 


3 


7 


3 


8 


16 


15 


19 


21 


23 


25 


185 


Of ProoUtc 


T 


«r79 




















1 




ft 


9 


35 


ft3 


80 


100 


85 


117 






H 
F 


ft?*} 




















t 




ft 


9 


J> 


ftS 


80 


100 


85 


117 


190- 


or Ctter ano 


7 


7^ 


5 


8 


6 


2 


6 


■J 


5 


5 


ift 


15 


18 


32 


66 


V 


98 


92 


116 


82 


10ft 


199 


Utsp«cinai sites 


M 




ft 


2 


3 




5 


1 


1 


3 


10 


9 


15 


18 


ftl 


ft2 


60 


50 


51 


35 


37 






F 


362 


1 


6 


3 


2 


1 


2 


ft 


2 


ft 


6 


3 


ift 


25 


30 


38 


•42 


65 


ft7 


67 


191- 


Of Jrtdn and Other 


T 


221 


1 


2 


ft 


2 


5 


2 


3 


5 


11 


to 


9 


11 


32 


19 


25 


25 


31 


13 


11 


192 


Parts of Contra! 


K 


131 


1 


1 


2 




ft 






3 


9 


7 


8 


5 


23 


11 


17 


13 


•6 


6 


5 




NcTVDjs SystCR 


F 


90 




1 


2 


2 


1 


2 


3 


2 


2 


3 


1 


6 


9 


8 


g 


12 


15 


7 


6 



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Table 40 

DEATHS FRCM SELECTED CAUSES BY AGE GROUP AND SEC 
Mir>;?gESaEA KESIDEi^TS, 1985 (CONT.) 



9th 



Revi- 




UxVsr 1 


5 


10 


15 


20 


25 


30 


35 


W) 


«S5 


50 


55 


60 


65 


70 


75 


do 


85 


sion 


Ca« of Death 


1 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


and 


»>. 


arrf Sec 


Total Yetr « 


9 




19 


2« 


29 


3^ 


39 




;9 


5ft 


59 




69 


7ft 


79 


8* 





3ft,793» 


591 


130 


62 


69 


227 


286 


268 


280 


3ftft 


ft13 


576 


91ft 


1,512 


2,2ftft 


3,075 


ft,035 


ft,?r5 


5,213 


9.657 


17,910^ 


350 


75 


32 




156 


219 


206 


189 


2C) 


25ft 




5ft2 


970 


l.ftSl 


1,909 


2,378 


2,6M 


2,ft67 
2.7ft6 


3.ft26 


16,883 


2ft1 


55 


30 


25 




67 


82 


91 


135 




189 


372 


5ft2 


793 


1,166 


1,657 


2,231 


6,231 



200- 


or lyt^teiLic and T 


8ft2 


7 


ft 


3 


9 


16 


12 


11 


19 


23 


23 


36 


ftft 


70 


101 


103 


128 


107 


126 


208 


Hotopoletlc Tlaaue H 


ft63 


5 


3 


3 


5 


10 


5 


7 


12 


10 


16 


16 


27 


ft3 


61 


63 


65 


ft9 


63 






379 


2 


1 




ft 


6 


7 


ft 


7 


13 


7 


20 


17 


27 


ftO 


ftO 


63 


53 


63 


201 


tfed^dn's Diaease T 


26 






1 




2 


3 


2 


1 




3 


2 


1 


1 


3 


3 


5 




1 






12 






1 






2 


1 






1 


1 


1 




2 


3 












16 










2 


1 


1 


1 




2 


1 




1 


1 




5 




1 


20ft- 




353 


6 


3 


1 


9 


10 


7 


6 


11 


12 


8 


1ft 


13 


33 


36 


ftO 


53 


36 


55 


208 




207 


ft 


2 


1 


5 


7 


2 


3 


7 


8 


7 


6 


7 


2ft 


22 


28 


29 


.3 


27 






lft6 


2 


1 




ft 


3 


5 


3 


ft 


ft 


1 


8 


6 


9 


.ft 


12 


2ft 


18 


28 


210. 




127 


1 






2 




3 


2 


ft 


3 


ft 


2 


7 


7 


10 


22 


20 


11 


29 


239 


and Meoplsans of K 


50 








1 




1 


2 


1 




1 




5 


1 


3 


11 


1C 


5 


8 




Uwrtato WBvlor F 


77 


1 






1 




2 




3 


2 


3 


2 


2 


6 


7 


11 


10 


6 


21 



2*0- ni. 




78ft 


2 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 


9 


ft 


10 


13 


8 


19 


39 


56 


6ft 


95 


108 


116 


22* 


279 


ICABQLXC DISEASES H 


3ft<^ 




ft 


1 


2 


1 


3 


6 


3 


9 


8 


7 


10 


2ft 


52 


3ft 


ft6 


38 


50 


68 




«D mmnr dischsb f 


ft38 


2 


ft 


1 




1 




3 


1 


1 


5 


1 


9 


15 


2ft 


30 


ft9 


70 


66 


156 


250 


UtbtUa Hemtus T 


560 












1 


5 


2 


7 


9 


7 


16 


52 


ft3 


51 


75 


89 


90 


133 


















1 


2 


1 


6 


6 


7 


9 


20 


21 


27 


39 


29 


fto 


ftO 






312 














3 


1 


1 


3 




7 


12 


22 


2ft 


36 


60 


50 


93 


260- 


Hitritlcral T 


72 




























? 


1 


ft 


ft 


10 


51 


269 


DcfLdenclcs H 


23 




























1 


1 


1 


2 


3 


15 






ft9 




























1 




3 


2 


7 


36 


lb- 


(2ft0^, T 


152 


2 


8 


2 


2 


2 


2 


ft 


2 




ft 




3 


7 


n 


12 


16 


15 


16 


ftO 


ald- 


251-259, K 


75 








2 


1 


2 


ft 


2 


3 


2 




1 


ft 


10 


6 


6 


7 


7 


13 


lal 


270^) F 


77 


2 








1 










2 




2 


3 


1 


6 


10 


8 


9 


27 


280- IV. 


DISEASES CF 71€ T 


138 


3 










1 


1 


3 


3 






2 


8 


8 


9 


1? 


17 


28 


37 


289 


HJOO) BXXD- H 


62 


3 












1 


1 


1 








1 


ft 


5 


7 


8 


15 


13 




FCMH: CfCAJS F 


rS 












1 




2 


2 






2 


7 


ft 


ft 


6 


9 


13 


2ft 



290- 






T 6t 
















1 


1 






1 


ft 


2 


2 


6 


6 


12 


2ft 


« 






K 29 
















1 


1 








1 






3 


3 


8 


9 








F 35 
























1 


3 


2 


2 


3 


3 


ft 


15 






(286-2») 


T 7ft 


3 










1 


1 


2 


2 






1 


ft 


6 


7 


7 


11 


16 


13 


9LS. 






H 33 


3 


























4 


5 


ft 


5 


7 


1, 


wl 






F ftl 












1 




2 


2 






1 


ft 


2 


2 


3 


6 


9 


9 


290- 


V. 


^e7^AL DI^GFtEJS 


T ft95 












2 


ft 


2 


3 


ft 


8 


ft 


20 


20 


19 


39 


51 


79 


200 


319 






K 188 












1 


3 


1 


2 


3 


7 


2 


15 


16 


1ft 


26 


25 


2ft 


ft9 








F 267 












1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


5 


ft 


5 


13 


2S 


55 


151 


320- 


VI. 


DISEASES CP 7TE 


T 666 


1ft 


8 


5 


6 


6 


3 


3 


9 


8 


10 


12 


11 


21 


36 


44 


80 


106 


12ft 


160 


399 






H 335 


11 


5 




ft 


5 


3 


2 


5 


5 


ft 


7 


5 


9 


19 


20 


ft6 


59 


60 


66 






aJCE CfGWC 


F 331 


3 


3 


5 


2 


1 




1 


ft 


3 


6 


5 


6 


12 


17 


2ft 


3ft 


ft7 


6ft 


9ft 



320- 


Meningitis (Occludes T 


16 


7 


1 


1 












1 




1 


t 


1 










1 


2 


322 


Jj^aAlyt HnL-^tld) H 


8 
8 


5 
2 


1 


1 






























1 


1 
1 


32? 


Fin1clraon*3 Dlseese 7 


I6i 


























2 




ft 


20 


36 


35 


6ft 






78 


























1 




2 


12 


21 


17 


25 






83 


























1 




2 


8 


15 


18 


39 


3W 


HjltlpJe Sclenjala T 


26 
















2 


2 


1 


4 


3 


6 


4 


5 








1 






13 
















1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


ft 














15 
















1 


1 




3 


2 


ft 


2 


1 








1 


A». 


(323-331. 333-33?, T 


ft6l 


7 


7 


ft 


6 


6 


3 


3 


7 


5 


9 


7 


7 


12 


3? 


35 


60 


70 


ee 


93 


Sid- 


3ftl-399) H 


236 


6 


5 




ft 


5 


3 


2 


ft 


ft 


3 


5 


ft 


5 


17 


1ft 


3ft 


38 


ft3 


ftO 






i2S 


1 


2 


ft 


2 


1 




1 


3 


1 


6 


2 


3 


7 


15 


21 


26 




ft5 


•>3 



Page 100 



ERIC 



1 



'"2 



Table 40 

DEATHS FRCM SELEJCTED CAUSES BY AGE GI^T> AND SO: 
MINNESOEA RESIDENTS, 1985 (COOT.) 



9tl» ' 

'*«^- ^Wer 15 1O15 2C 25 30 35W«»55O556o65 7O 7580 85 

itoi OftaeofDwth ttotofcototototototototototototototo ml 

lb. «nd Sec Total y«r « 9l'»'9 2<!293ft39W*9 5*«59 6£}69 7J»79&!J 0«r 



«LC«SES, TbUl T 35,793^ 591 130 6" 69 227 286 268 280 JW «» 13 576 9m 1512 2,2W» 3,075 H,035 '»,875 5,213 9,6CT 

M n.91C^ 350 75 32 « 156 219 206 189 209 25* 397 5*12 970 1,ii51 1,W 2,378 2,6M 2,*i67 3,»C6 
F 16,883 2*»1 55 30 25 71 67 82 91 135 159 189 372 5»i2 793 1,l66 1,657 2,231 2,7»»6 6,231 



3»- vn. DTSWESCFTW T 16,53D 13 5 t 2 5 16 17 31 62 1» 197 333 5*6 858 1,370 1,886 Z,i^^ 2,^^20 5,694 

*59 CHOUTDRf SISnEH H 8,165 9 4 1 - 3 9 12 23 M 85 157 239 403 621 911 1,139 1,342 1,313 1,850 

^ 8,365 4 1 3 2 2 7 5 8 18 25 40 94 143 237 459 7*7 1,119 1,'>07 3,844 



390-398, 

4Ce, 

40M2Q 

390- 
398 



6C2, 
404 



4K>- 
414 



«13 



415- 
416 



4acv 



401, 



430. 
43s 



*31 



440- 
448 



451- 

<»59 



Aolte T^wmtSc Fever T 

•Dd Chronic FNuMtlc M 

Havt DIMM F 

Uith or Without H 

Rnl DisMMW F 



Isrhnic K(«rt 



Qronlc Ixhodc 



I\23vnry Hairt 



OUsrnarv of 



CwBtuwaaLiilir 

Di9HO* 



Cerebnd 



DlMtMo of the 
Arterl«9, ArterlojM 
and QipLLlArics 

Arteriooclereold 



DlaMOBs of Veins and 
Lyt;fstlC3 and Other 
Oiaeam of Ciroulatory 



tout« >VnniiAl T 
Infkretioi H 
F 

ether late and T 
SubnAeFbtw H 

F 

Old t^ooaiTiija T 

InfWrtioi H 
F 

Jtilglm Poctoru T 
K 
F 



(Without Hantioi of H 
HaartDlMM) F 



Opclmlon ^ T 
Cerebral Arteries H 
F 



12,156 
6,361 
5,795 

1» 

72 

157 
60 
107 

8,741 
4,824 
3,917 

4,111 
2,392 
1,719 

49 
24 

25 

24 
14 

10 

24 
13 
11 

'•,533 
2,381 
2,152 

227 
111 
116 

2,920 
T,337 
1,583 

170 
63 
107 

3.152 
1,228 
1,924 



127 
161 

382 
1» 
2*>3 

978 
468 
510 

540 
200 
340 

74 
45 

29 



7 3 
5 ? 
2 1 



24 
2C 



48 
40 
6 



33 
5 

22 
19 
3 



5 5 7 

2 4 3 

3 1 4 



63 
53 
5 

32 
31 
1 



2 
1 
1 

26 
16 
10 



12 
7 
5 



163 
1^ 
25 



131 
115 
16 

64 

56 



67 

59 



23 
18 
5 



26 
.2 
14 



213 
75 



5 
3 
2 

235 
187 
48 

122 
95 
Z! 



Ill 
91 
20 

3 
1 
2 

44 

22 
22 



35 
17 



*63 
351 
112 



3ei 

301 

do 

213 
168 
45 



166 
132 
35 

15 
9 

6 

60 
38 
22 

5 
2 
3 

56 
33 
23 

14 
11 

3 



713 1,123 1,*70 1,643 2,062 3,819 
521 



3 
5 

7 
5 
2 

5^ 
419 
130 

310 
233 
77 



233 
:32 
51 



132 

86 
46 



93 
63 
30 

22 
15 



37 
25 
12 



757 


915 


1,023 


96? 


1,315 


366 


555 


825 


1,095 


2,504 


10 


17 


14 


19 


IS 


6 


5 


4 


4 


3 


4 


12 


10 


15 


15 


13 


26 


24 


37 


50 


5 


>3 


9 


9 


13 


8 


13 


15 


28 


37 


860 


1,114 


1.366 


1,'»37 


2,544 


587 


723 


775 


700 




273 


391 


591 


737 


1.635 


468 


605 


735 


664 


860 


319 


397 


397 


327 


339 


1^ 


2ce 


338 


377 


521 


7 


6 


4 


7 


18 


4 


5 


2 


2 


7 


3 


1 


2 


5 


11 


5 


4 


2 


4 


8 


2 


2 


1 


4 


5 


3 


2 


1 


" 


3 


6 


1 


6 


2 


6 


2 


1 


3 




3 




- 


3 


- 


3 


374 


493 


619 


760 


1.652 


260 


31a 


372 


365 


555 


114 


180 


247 


305 


1.097 


25 


?/ 


33 


«3 


53 


14 


14 


11 


23 


22 


11 


13 


22 


20 


31 


215 


296 


410 


536 


1.154 


145 


160 


223 


231 


368 


70 


126 


187 


295 


736 


7 


25 


29 


32 


60 


5 


14 


9 


12 


12 


2 


11 


20 


20 


43 


162 


282 


442 


36 


1.375 


92 


136 


219 


256 


379 


70 


146 


223 


331 


996 


27 


44 


42 


59 


55 


^6 


18 


20 


25 


13 




26 


22 


3S 


42 


2Z 


36 


58 


77 


167 


9 


16 


22 


28 


50 


13 


20 


36 


49 


117 


71 


97 


130 


170 


432 


52 


66 


83 


69 


Ul 


19 


31 


47 


101 


291 


16 


30 


58 


103 


315 


12 


15 


30 


35 


95 


6 


15 


28 


68 


220 


7 


12 


12 


20 


8 


5 


8 


8 


10 


3 


2 


4 


4 


10 


5 



ERIC 



^ 103 



Page 101 



Table 40 

DEATHS FECM SELECTED CAUSES BY AGE GROUP AND SEX 
MINNESOTA RESIDENTS, 1985 (CQNT.) 



9tli 







'JMer 1 


5 


10 


15 


20 


25 


30 


35 




*5 


50 


55 


eo 


65 


70 


75 


do 


85 


sion 


CiMoTDBtth 


1 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


an 


lb. 


and Sac 


TbUl lev « 


9 


14 


19 




29 


35 


39 


Vi 


»>9 


5* 


59 


(A 


69 


7* 


79 


84 


Over 





ULCMJSES, TbUl 1 


34.793» 


S91 


130 


62 


69 


227 


266 


268 


260 


344 


413 


5r5 


914 


1,512 


2.244 


3,075 


4,035 


4,W5 


5,213 


9,6CT 






17,910^ 


3S0 


75 


32 




156 


219 


206 


189 


309 


254 


397 


542 


970 


1,451 


1,909 


2.378 


2,644 


2,467 


3,426 






16 8d3 


241 


55 


30 


25 


71 


67 




91 


ii 


159 


189 


372 


54? 


793 


1.166 


1,657 


2,231 


2,746 


6,231 


*51 




2B 




















1 




1 




4 


2 


5 


5 


6 


4 




T>««] 1^ J «lLl.rfLll tm. V 


























1 




3 


1 


3 


3 


5 


1 






11 




























1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


3 






2,969 


16 


14 


1 


5 


3 


2 


4 


6 


6 


10 


15 


44 


71 


130 


211 


333 


458 


506 


1,132 


519 




1,623 


n 


8 


- 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


4 


4 


9 


29 


41 


83 


140 


219 


277 


254 


491 








5 


6 


1 


3 


" 


1 


3 


5 


2 


6 


6 


15 


30 


42 


71 


1l4 


181 


214 


641 


466 


Aoot* anrfcltl* aod 1 


6 




































1 


4 






3 






































2 






3 




































1 


2 


4a>- 




1,412 


9 


7 


1 




2 


_ 


2 


2 


3 


2 


8 


11 


21 


21 


33 


80 


155 


265 


785 


*87 




654 


8 


2 






2 




1 


1 


2 


1 


5 


8 


15 


15 


29 


44 


81 


139 


301 






753 


1 


5 


1 


- 




- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


6 


6 


9 


36 


74 


126 


484 


*ao- 


ftaaaonU 1 


1,357 


9 


7 


1 




2 




2 


2 


3 


2 


8 


11 


21 


21 


37 


78 


152 


257 


744 


486 




632 


8 


2 




- 


2 


- 


1 


1 


2 


1 


5 


8 


15 


15 


26 


43 


80 


136 


285 






725 


1 


5 


1 








1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


6 


6 


9 


35 


72 


121 


'J59 






55 






























1 


2 


3 
1 


8 


41 




































1 


1 


3 


16 






33 
































1 


2 


5 


25 


490- 


GhCDchltlB, QvTzxlc 


46 




























2 


5 


9 


5 


4 


19 




aod Cbopedftad F 


r; 


























1 


2 


4 


9 


2 


1 


6 






21 






























1 




3 




13 




Origan 1 


191 




















1 


3 


3 


10 


16 


30 


37 


40 


25 


26 






'30 




















1 




1 


5 


K) 


19 


24 


34 


21 


19 




- 


55 
























2 


5 


6 




13 


6 


4 


7 


493 




77 






* 


3 




1 


2 


1 




2 




4 


1 


11 


7 


9 


14 


9 


12 






2B 
























1 


1 


6 


2 


6 


5 


5 


2 






49 


_ 






3 




1 


2 


1 




2 




3 




5 


5 


3 


9 


4 


10 




(460-465, 467- ' 


1.237 


7 


7 




1 


1 


1 


- 


2 


3 


5 


3 


26 


33 


80 


131 


196 


244 


204 


?S6 




*79, 494-519) W 


777 


3 


6 




1 


1 


1 








2 




19 


19 


55 


86 


136 


155 


123 


161 


ud 


• 


460 


4 


1 












2 


1 


3 




7 


19 


25 


45 


o2 


89 


76 


125 


520- 


JX. DISEUeS CP HE T 


1,196 


5 


2 


1 


1 




1 


3 


12 


'9 


26 


29 


56 


80 


99 


129 


143 


138 


153 


299 


579 


DZESnVE SEHBI H 


600 


3 


1 


1 








3 


8 


10 


16 


21 


32 


50 


64 


77 


77 


60 


75 


102 






596 


2 


1 




1 




1 




4 


9 


10 


8 


i4 


30 


35 


52 


66 


78 


78 


197 


531- 


Uloar or thi Stanch T 


114 






















2 


2 


3 


6 


17 


15 

8 


16 


17 


35 


533 


ud IkJBdmtM H 


66 






















2 


1 


2 


6 


12 


8 


14 


15 






56 
























1 


1 




5 


7 


8 


3 


20 


540. 


IppanllclUA T 


6 
































1 


2 


1 


1 


5»3 




3 


































1 


1 


1 






3 
































1 


1 






550- 


fkntit aod Otlw* T 


134 


3 














2 




1 




2 


6 


3 
1 


6 


10 


18 


24 


59 


K3. 


ObMtnjctloc M 




3 
























4 


3 


5 


6 


9 


20 


560 




62 
















1 




1 




2 


2 


2 


3 


5 


12 


15 


39 


St^ 


Qrcnlc Mmt Dlaaan T 


333 




1 










2 


6 


10 


15 


18 


33 


46 


54 


52 


43 


24 


20 


9 




and drmoals M 


212 














2 


5 


7 


11 


15 


23 


30 


33 


31 


25 


10 


11 


4 






121 




1 












1 


3 


4 


3 


10 


16 


16 


21 


18 


14 


9 


5 


57*- 


QcUllthlMla anS Cttrtr T 


75 






















2 




3 
1 


4 


8 


11 


9 


12 


26 


576 


Dl«or Jert cT Odlbladder M 


35 


























3 
1 


5 


4 


3 


8 


11 




aod Billjrr Tract P 


40 






















2 




2 


3 


7 


6 




15 




(Sa^JO, 534.530, T 


534 




1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


3 


9 


10 


7 


19 


21 


32 


46 


63 


69 


73 


169 


mSA- 


544.^, 554-W9, M 


233 




1 


1 








1 


2 


3 


5 


4 


8 


'3 


16 


26 


35 


32 


32 


51 




561-6*0, 57^5r3, r 


304 


2 






1 




1 




1 


6 


5 


3 


11 


8 


16 


20 


29 


37 


47 


118 



Page 102 



Table 40 

DEATHS FRCM SELECTED CAUSES BY AGE GROUP AND SEX 
MINNESOTA RESIDimS, 1985 (CCNT.) 



9Ui 







IWar 1 


5 


10 


15 


20 


25 


30 


35 






50 


55 


60 


65 


70 


75 


80 


65 


sSat 




1 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


and 


tt>. 


k3 Sex 


T&tMX Yev n 


9 


111 


19 




29 


35 


39 


Hit 


C9 


5tJ 


59 


6ft 


69 


7ft 


79 


64 


0«r 



ALLC/I2JSS, 



35,793P 59 
17,9lC^ 39 
16,883 » 



130 62 69 227 286 283 280 JW "13 576 91* 1,512 2,2W 3,075 1,035 'J,875 5,213 9,657 
75 32 M 156 219 206 189 209 25* 397 5«l2 970 1,151 1,909 2,378 2,6W 2,»>67 3,<a6 
55 30 25 71 67 82 91 125 159 189 372 5*2 T93 1,166 1,657 2,23i 2,7*6 6,231 



*^ I. DEEHSSSCFWS 
629 CQCTORINW Stsm 



«»90 
200 



3 


2 


2 9 


21 


22 


VI 


71 


99 


210 


2 


1 


1 6 


15 


10 


19 


38 




96 


1 


1 


1 3 


6 


12 


25 


33 


52 


112 


3 


2 


1 7 


15 


15 


27 


*a 


58 


125 


2 




1 > 


12 


6 


11 


25 


30 


61 


1 


1 


5 


3 


9 


16 


23 


28 


6* 



580. 




T 


306 


589 


SynircMB inS Neptwls 


M 


156 






F 


150 


590 


Znfeetlcfs cT ths 


T 


2* 






M 


9 






F 


15 


600 


HypsplasU of thB 


T 


11 




ProeUbe 


M 


11 






F 






(59l-«9f 


T 


1*9 




601-629) 


H 


6* 


uil 




F 


85 



3 1 7 
3 - 2 
1 5 



6 


5 




21 


33 


66 


3 


3 


5 


12 


14 


25 


3 


2 


9 


9 


19 


*1 



630- n. OMu aKnoccF t 3 

676 rVSJMCt, nmmrgw k 

AionenovCTW f 3 



630. 
639 



6*0- 
6*8 



T n ^ wtcy with 
Abcrtlvc Qitooae 



Ccnillcatlona of 



630- 


m. 


DISEkSES CF lie 


T 


2* 
























3 




5 




14 


709 




AM) StSCOTAffiOOS TISSUE 


H 


10 
































4 








F 


u 
























2 




1 




10 


710. 


mi. 


DISSLSES CF lie 


T 


138 










1 


3 


3 


4 


5 


6 


12 


11 


17 


13 


12 


*9 


739 




MBCnjOaCELETAL SISTW 


K 


26 
















1 


1 




H 


3 




2 


2 


5 






WO OOtKn^ TISSUE 


F 


112 










1 


3 


3 


3 


« 


6 


8 


8 


10 


11 


10 


44 


THO- 


m. 


OOWBCTtt. AKHUJES 


T 


219 


1*0 


22 


5 


3 


3 


\ 2 


1 


* 


i 


5 


5 


7 




5 


5 


2 


759 






H 


lit 


73 


13 


1 


1 


2 


2 




3 


2 


3 


3 


i 




3 


2 


1 








F 


105 


67 


9 


4 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


2 


3 


1 



760- XV. carour coHjmtiG 


T 


236 


23* 


1 




































779 CKCMTDC Dine 


M 


13* 


133 






































FSOWnL PEKICD 


F 


102 


101 


1 




































780- XVI. SmroS, SIOG AK) 


T 


811 


13* 


2 






1 


4 


4 


7 


5 


6 


2 


13 


22 


42 


57 


70 


82 


85 


275 


799 iiL.oeFDB) ocwirnic 


M 


*33 


87 


2 






1 


4 


3 


4 




4 


2 


10 


18 


29 


37 


37 


43 


46 


102 




F 


378 


47 












1 


3 


1 


2 




3 


4 


13 


20 


33 


39 


39 


173 


G8OO. XVn. IKKIOr AK) POISCNIKG 


T 


2,Hr7« 


16 


*9 


29 


44 


185 


218 


203 


146 


131 


99 


92 


90 


103 


102 


95 


1C1 


110 


124 


206 


B999 


H 


1,*66» 


10 


29 


21 


j2 


131 


175 


160 


116 


87 


7* 


70 


65 


78 


73 


62 


60 


63 


71 


87 




F 


661 


6 


20 


8 


12 


5* 


*3 


*3 


30 


44 


25 


22 


25 


25 


29 


33 


41 


47 


53 


121 


£800. thlAtemtlcml Injury— 


T 


1,550 


13 


*3 


28 


32 


132 


147 


128 


91 


85 


59 


65 


53 


62 


66 


69 


76 


87 


111 


196 


B9*9 ToUi 


K 


1,006 


8 


25 


20 


23 


90 


122 


103 


74 


53 


40 


*9 


39 


47 


46 


43 


42 


45 


61 


78 




F 


5*2 


5 


18 


8 


9 


42 


25 


25 


17 


32 


19 


16 


19 


15 


20 


26 


3* 


42 


5C 


•ao 



105 



Page 103 



Table 40 

DEATHS FRm SELECTED CAUSES BY AGE GROUP AI>JD SEX 
MINNESOTA RESIDEI^TTS, 1985 (CONT.) 



9th 

ston Cause of Owth 1 to 

to. KtiSer Total Year » 



5 


10 


15 


20 


25 


30 


35 




«»5 


50 


56 


60 


66 


70 


75 


80 


85 


to 




to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


and 


9 




19 


2li 


29 


3* 


39 




^3 


5iJ 


59 


(A 


69 


7Jl 


79 


64 


Owr 



2625 



asa- 



B960- 
D969 



B970. 
E978 



3«',793» 
17,910^ 
16,883 



ttjtor Vehicle 



Other (hlrtt€Rtional 
ZnyjTf (800-805, 
826-9'J9) 



^50- suicide and 
B969 Seir-InflictftJ 



Hzdclde and Jnysy 
I\rroeely Inflicted 
by Other Perscns 

hagil Intervention 



T 673 
K JJ50 
F 223 



ln>ry IWetertclmJ T 

B969 ttiether thlntentlfraUy H 

or FUrpooely Infllctod F 

D990- Jnyay Resulting fnn T 

B999 Cperatlons of Uar K 



ffJ7 
558 
J'9 



M 362* 

F 95 

T 86 

H 62 

F ZH 



JJ8» 
29» 

20 

2 
2 



591 
350 
2*11 


130 
75 
55 


62 
32 
30 


69 
25 


227 
156 
71 


266 
219 
67 


288 
206 
82 


290 
189 
91 


344 
209 
135 


413 
254 
159 


576 
387 
189 


914 
542 
372 


1,512 

S70 
542 


2,244 
1,461 

793 


3,075 
1,909 
1,166 


4,035 
2,378 
1,657 


4,875 
2,644 
2,231 


5,213 
2,467 
2,746 


9,657 
3,426 
6,231 


1 


16 


IK 


18 


110 


106 


81 


49 


39 


23 


26 


26 


20 


25 


22 


23 


27 


32 


15 


1 


8 


8 


11 


72 


8? 


64 


38 


23 


14 


18 


16 


13 


19 


13 


7 


11 


17 


10 




8 


6 


7 


38 


19 


17 


11 


16 


9 


8 


10 


7 


6 




16 


16 


15 


5 


12 


27 




It! 


22 


41 


47 


42 


46 


36 


39 


32 


42 


41 


47 


53 


60 


79 


163 


7 


17 


12 


12 


18 


35 




36 


30 


26 


31 


2? 


34 


27 


30 


35 


34 


44 


68 


5 


10 


2 


2 


It 


6 


8 


6 


16 


10 


8 


9 


d 


14 


17 


18 


26 


35 


115 








8 


"3 


53 


58 


40 


35 


28 


2' 




34 


29 


20 


24 


17 


11 


7 








6 


37 


42 




26 


25 


23 


18 


23 


27 


24 


15 


17 


14 


9 


6 








2 


6 


11 


11 


12 


10 


5 


3 


5 


7 


5 


5 


7 


3 


2 


1 




> 


1 


3 


9 


11 


11 


11 


10 


7 


2 


2 


3 


2 


3 


1 


3 






^ 




1 


2 


3 


7 


7 


11 


8 


6 


1 


2 


2 


1 


2 


1 


3 








2 




1 


6 


4 


4 




2 


1 


1 




1 


1 


1 




















2 
2 








1 
1 




















2 






1 


1 


5 


6 




1 


4 


4 


2 


4 


5 


3 




3 


2 


1 


1 






1 


1 


2 


3 




1 


4 


2 


1 




2 


2 




1 


1 


1 


1 










3 


3 








2 


1 


2 


3 


1 




2 


1 


2 



•Includes iMorui >^ 



Page 104 



ERIC 



Table 41 

DEATHS DUE TO SELEXTTED CAUSES BY RACE 
MJ^IMESOIA RESIDE^'TS, 1985 





Total 


White 


Black 


Indian 


Other 


Unknown 




lA IQ'i 

J** t /yj 


Oil 111 


362 


199 


111 


8 


Tnf ecti w&— oarasi tic* 


"inn 




o 
o 


J 


5 






Id 




1 


1 


1 




Neoplasias - znalignant 




~i 4 1 ft 

/ , 4 XO 


/O 








Dj^gesti ve 




1 QCJ 
1, 




9 


13 




Respiratory 


1,669 


1,637 


20 


7 


5 




Breast 


760 


751 


6 


1 


2 


- 


Gem tal 


o /u 


oD4 


Q 

o 


4 


4 




Urinary 




J40 


J 


1 
















4 




Diabetes nx-llitus 




DS / 


/ 




1 




^*a3or cardiovascular 


16,456 


16,243 


118 


57 


34 


4 


Rheimatic 


100 


99 


1 








Hypertensive heart 


167 


166 


1 








Ischemic heart 


8,741 


8,630 


53 


39 


15 


4 


Other heart 


2,920 


2,874 


28 


10 


8 


- 


Hyper tension 


170 


167 


2 




1 




Cer ebr ovaso alar 


3,152 


3,115 


23 


4 


10 


- 


Ar ter losclerosis 


540 


535 


3 


2 






Respiratory 


2,969 


2,927 


17 


17 


d 




PneuTcnia 


1,357 


1,337 


4 


13 


3 


- 


Influenza 


55 


55 










Bronchitis 


46 


46 




- 


- 


- 


£^physenia 


191 


188 


3 








Asthma 


77 


74 


3 


- 


- 


- 


Ulcer of stjcroach & dirxienun 


114 


113 


_ 




1 




Hernia & intestinal obetr'Ction 


134 


130 


4 








Chronic liver disease & cirrnosis 


333 


3 IS 


5 


10 


-> 




NepdritiS/ neptirotic syndronte & nephrosis 






0 








Kidney infections 


24 


24 


_ 


_ 






Pregnancy, childbirth & puBrperiun 


3 


3 










Congenitoj. anomalies 


219 


212 


4 


1 


2 




Certain c iitions originating m the perinatal 














period 


236 


214 


15 


4 


3 


- 


Ill-^ef ined 


811 


111 


22 


8 


4 




Other diseases 


2,621 


2,576 


25 


16 


4 




Unintentu.onal In;jury 


1,550 


1,484 


25 


30 


8 


3 


Motor vehicle 


673 


649 


9 


12 


3 




Falls 


280 


275 


1 


4 






Suicide 


457 


440 


5 


6 


5 


1 


Honicide 


86 


56 


22 


7 


1 




Other violent deaths 


54 


53 


1 









Page 10 

lf)7 



Table 42 

FIFTEEN LEADING CAUSES Cff DEATH, OEhTH RATES PER 100,000 POPUIATICN AM) PERCiOT 
GF TOTAL DEATHS, MINNESOTA RESIDtNIS, 1985 



Cause of Death 



Nunber of 
Deaths 



Death 
Rates 



Percent 
of Total 



Heart Disease (.?90-398 , 402 , 404-4 2 9) 12,156 

Cancer (Malignant neoplasms) (140-208) 7,560 

Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 3,152 

Unintentional Injury (800-949) 1,550 

Motor vehicle (810-825) (673) 

Falls (880-888) (280) 

Pneunonia and Influ'enza (480-487) 1,412 

Pneunonia (480-486) (1,357) 

Influenza (487) (55) 

Diabetes mellitus (250) 560 

Arteriosclerosis (440) 540 

S'jicide (950- 959) 457 

Chronic Liver Disease anc' Cirrhosis (571) 333 

Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema and Asthma (490-493) 314 

Nephritis, Nephrotic syndrome, and Ne£x^rosis 

(580-589) 306 

Certain ConcJitions Originating in the Perinatal 

Period (7o0-779) 236 

Congenital anomalies (740-759) 219 

Septicemia (038) 173 

Hypertensive Disease Without Mention of 

Heaurt Disease (401, 403) 170 



289.9 

180.3 

75.2 

37.0 

(16.1) 
(6.7) 

33.7 

(32,4) 
(1.3) 

D.4 

U.l 

10.9 

7.9 

7.5 

7.3 

5.6 
5.2 
4.1 

4.1 



34.9 

21.7 

9.1 

4.5 

(1.9) 
(0.8) 

4.i 

(3.9) 
(0.2) 

1.6 

1.6 

1.3 

1.0 

0.9 

0.9 

0.7 
0.6 
0.5 

0.5 



All other causes 
Total - all causes 



5,655 
34,793 



134.9 
829.8 



16.3 
100.0 



Page 106 



108 



Table 43 

[£W)ING CAUSES OF DEATH BY SEHCTED AGE GBD(r3 
HINNESOuV HESIDcNIS, 1985 



Age/Cause Age/Cause 
Specific Specific 
Death Rate Death Rate 

h^. of Per- Per 100,000 No. of Per- Per 100,000 

Deaths cent Population Deaths cent Population 



1-4 Years 20-34 Years 



Total/ all causes 


130 


100.0 


47.4 


unintentional mjuy 


43 


33.1 


15.7 


Motor vehicle 


(16) 


(12.3) 


(5.8) 


Congenital anomalies 


22 


16.9 


8.0 


Malignfmt neoplasms 


16 


12.3 


5.8 


Diseases of the respiratory 








system 


14 


10.8 


5.1 


Diseases of the nervous sy^tero 








and sense organs 


8 


6.2 


2.9 


Endocrine/ nutritional and 








metabolic diseases and 








uncixiity disord**rs 


8 


6.2 


2.9 


5-9 Years 








Total/ all caifies 


62 


100.0 


20.9 


unintentional m^iry 


28 


45.2 


9.4 


Motor vehicle 


(14) 


(22.6) 


(4.7) 


Malignant neoplasms 


11 


17.7 


3.7 




5 


8.1 


1.7 










and sense organs 


5 


8.1 


1.7 






6.5 


) ,3 


10-14 I'ears 








Total/ all caises 


69 


100.0 


2:. 3 


unintentional in3ixy 


32 


46.4 


10. •» 


Motor vehicle 


(18) 


(26.1) 


(5.8) 


Suicide 


8 


11.6 


2.6 


Diseases of the nervoiB system 








and sense orgcuis 


6 


8.7 


1.9 


Malignant neoplasms 


5 


7.2 


1.6 


Diseeises of the respiratory 








system 


5 


7.2 


1.6 


15-19 Years 








Total/ all caises 


227 


100.0 


67.0 


unintentional in3u:y 


132 


58.1 


38.9 


Motor vehicle 


(110) 


(48.5) 


(32.4) 


Suicide 


43 


18.9 


12.7 


Malignant neoplasms 


18 


7.9 


5.3 


Homicide 


9 


4.0 


2.6 


Diseases of the nervous system 








and sense organs 


6 


2.6 


1.8 



Total/ all caiBes 


854 


100.0 


75.8 


Unintentional injury 


366 


42.9 


32.5 


Mntr^r uphif*lp 






(20. 9) 




151 


17.7 


13.4 




102 


11. 9 


9.0 


Diseases of the heart 


47 


5.5 


4.2 




33 


3. 9 


2.9 


35-49 Years 








Total/ all caises 


1/333 


100.0 


183.8 


Malignant neoplasms 


395 


29.6 


54.5 


Diseases of the heart 


305 


22.9 


42.1 


unintentional injiry 


209 


15.7 


28.8 


Motor vehicle 


(88; 


(6.6) 


(12.1) 




84 


6.3 


11.^ 


pprphrnuascLilar diS6AS6 


48 


3.6 


6.b 












43 


3.2 


5.9 


50-64 Years 








Total/ all causes 


4/670 


100.0 


863.5 


Malignant neoplcisms 


1/720 


36.8 


318.1 


Diseases of the heart 


1/464 


31.3 


270.7 


ITninhPfit'irtvi 1 imii'v 


186 


4.0 


34.4 


Motor vehicle 


(71) 


(1*5) 


(13.* 1) 


Cerebrovascular disease 


184 


3.9 


34.0 


Chronic li^^r disease 








and cirrhosis 


133 


2.8 


24.6 


Diabetes mellitus 


91 


1.9 


16.8 


Suicide 


91 


1.9 


16.8 


65-74 Years 








Total/ all caises 


7/110 


100.0 


2,500.1 


Diseases of the heart 


2,593 


36.5 


911.8 


Malignant neoplasr.ts 


2, v.e 


30.2 


755.3 


Cerebrovascular disease 


'444 


6.2 


156.1 


Unintentional m^iry 


145 


2.0 


51.0 


Motor vehicle 


(45) 


(0.6) 


(15.8) 


Symptoms/ signs and ill- 








defmed conditions 


r7 


1.8 


44.7 


Diabetes mellitis 


126 


1.8 


44.3 


75 Years and Over 








Total/ all caises 


19/745 


100.0 


8/647.2 



Diseases of ti'>e heart 


7/729 


39.1 


3 


384 .9 


Malignant neoplasms 


3/139 


15.9 


1 


374.7 


Cerebcovascular disease 


2/453 


12.4 


1 


074.3 


Pneunor.ia and influenza 


1/205 


6.1 




527.7 


Arteriosclerosis 


476 


2.4 




208.5 


Symptoms/ signs and ill- 










defined conditions 


442 


2.2 




193.6 



109 



Page 1 



Table 44 

ACCIDENT FATAUTIES OCCURRING IN MINNESOTA* 
BY ACCIDENT CAIBQORY** AND Alffi GROUP*** 
1984 - 1985 



1985 
AGE GROUP 



1984 unknown 
TYPE OF ACCIDENT TOTAL TOTAL <5 5-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 65+ Age 



TOTAL ACCIDETTTAL DEATOS 


1,468 


1,428 


53 


56 


255 


315 


215 


534 


OCCUPATIONAL CEAKiS 


12 


56 


- 


- 


6 


27 


16 


7 


Agriculttre 


34 


24 






2 


6 


10 


6 


Mining, qiarrying, oil and gas wells 


2 




— 


- 


- 








Construction 


15 


16 








13 


2 


1 


Man ufac tiring, logging and lumber 


4 


7 


- 


- 


1 


3 


3 


_ 


Transportation and piijlic utilities 


8 


3 




- 




2 


1 


_ 


Trade 


- 


- 


- 


- 






_ 


_ 


Service 


3 


3 


- 


- 


1 


2 


_ 


- 


Government 


3 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


Other and uispecified industry 


3 


3 


- 


- 


2 


1 


_ 


- 


HOME DEATHS 


296 


257 


27 


11 


12 


49 


4 • 


U5 


Poisonings (except gas) 


18 


31 


1 






19 


5 


6 


Poisonings by gases and vapors 


21 


17 




1 


3 


6 


5 


2 


Falls 


106 


93 








2 


17 


74 


Fires 


56 


35 


4 


3 


2 


8 


4 


14 


Drowning 


15 


14 


5 




2 


3 


1 


3 


Suffocation, ingested food or ob3ect 


10 


8 


3 


1 








4 


Suffocation, mechanical 


10 


17 


9 


1 


_ 


3 


1 


3 


Firearms 


7 


14 


- 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


Other and inspecificd home accidents 


53 


28 


5 


2 


2 


5 


7 


7 


varOR VEHICLE DEAIHS 


613 


627 


15 


29 


200 


175 


96 


112 


Injury to pedestrian 


61 


70 


5 


12 


13 


12 


6 


22 


Injiry to pedal cyclist 


17 


10 


1 


2 


3 


3 




1 


Injury to rider of animal or occupai:t 


















of animal-drawi vehicle 


















Collision with railroad train 


13 


13 


2 




1 


4 


3 


3 


Collision with other motor vehicle 


267 


319 


5 


9 


85 


84 


64 


72 


Collision with fixed object 


39 


44 






23 


12 


5 


4 


Nonoollision 


136 


141 


1 


3 


61 


S5 


16 


5 


Other and uispecified accidents 


80 


30 


1 


3 


14 


5 


2 


5 


PIBHC NCN-MOTOR VEHICLE 


465 


334 




15 


32 


50 


47 


180 


Railroad (not with motor vehicle) 


5 


9 






1 


1 


3 


4 


Other road viehicle (not with motor vehicle) 


3 


3 




1 




2 






Water transportation 


17 


21 


1 


1 


7 


7 


3 


2 


Air traisportation 


11 


19 




2 


1 


8 


8 




Falls 


143 


97 


1 


2 


3 


6 


5 


80 


Fires 


5 


1 










1 




Drowning 


49 


36 


4 


7 


10 


8 


2 


5 


Firearms 


5 


5 








2 


3 




Other and uispecified pU>lic accidents 


227 


143 


4 


2 


10 


16 


22 


89 


AOCIDEOT TYPE IJNKNOW 


22 


154 


1 


1 


5 


14 


13 


120 



* Includes only these deaths for which the accident occurred in Minnesota. 
** National Safety Cornell categories. 
*** Age groLp applicable to 1985 only. 



Page 108 

110 



lable 45 

OEAIHS OCCURRING IN MINNESOTA BY CAUSE AND AOTOPSY STATUS 

1985 



Autopsy Status 











Nuiier 






Percent 








Total 




Not 


Not 




Not 


Not 




Cause o£ Death 


Deaths 


Performed 


Performed 


Stated 


Performed 


Performed 


Stated 




All Causes - Total 


35,058 


4,999 


25,306 


4,753 


14.3 


72.2 


13.6 


I. 


Infectious and parasitic diseases 


304 


91 


168 


45 


29.9 


55.3 


14.8 


II. 


Neoplasms 


7,777 


699 


5,927 


1,151 


9.0 


76.2 


14.8 


III. 


Endocrine, nutritional, and 


















metckbolic diseeuses and imninity 


















disorders 


786 


75 


607 


104 


9.5 


77.2 


13.2 


IV. 


Disecises of the blood and blood- 


















forming organs 


138 


30 


87 


21 


21.7 


63.0 


15.2 


V. 


Mental disorders 


458 


32 


348 


78 


7.0 


76.0 


17.0 


VI. 


Diseases of the nervous system and 


















sense orgauis 


674 


81 


494 


99 


12.0 


73.3 


14.7 


VII. 


Jisecises of the circulatory system 


16,660 


1,943 


12,398 


2,319 


11.7 


74.4 


13.9 


VIII. 


Diseases of the respiratory system 


2,970 


?99 


2,250 


421 


10.1 


75.8 


14.2 


IX. 


Diseases of the digestive system 


1,223 


302 


781 


140 


24.7 


63.9 


11.4 


X. 


Diseases of the genitoucir iry 


















system 


487 


60 


369 


58 


12.3 


75.8 


11. S 


XI. 


Conplications of pregnancy, child- 


















birth, and the puerperiim 


2 


2 






100.0 


0.0 


0.0 


XII. 


Disecises of the skin and subcutan- 


















eous tissue 


20 


2 


15 


3 


10.0 


75.0 


15.0 


XIII. 


Diseases of the musculoskBletal 


















system emd connective tissue 


149 


27 


103 


19 


18.1 


69.1 


12.8 


XIV. 


Congenital anoralies 


272 


172 


86 


14 


63.2 


31.6 


5.1 


XV. 


Certain conditions originating in 


















the perinatal period 


255 


98 


131 


26 


38.4 


51.4 


10.2 


XVI. 


Symptoms, signs and ill-defined 


















conditions 


810 


167 


524 


119 


20.6 


64.7 


14.7 


XVII. 


Injury and poisoning 


2,073 


919 


1,018 


136 


44.3 


49.1 


6.6 



er|c 



112 



Table 46 

SEUCra) RESIEElir MDKEALITy STATISTICS BV CXXJNW AND CITIES OVER 90,000* 

HI»ESOrA, 1985 



Big Blue 

State Aitkin Anoka Becker Beltcami Benton Stone Earth 



EEA3HS - 


Total 


34,793 


201 


Rate: Age fc sex adjusted 


8.3 


9.7 


Rate: Sex adjusted-age specific 






Under 5 years 


2.1 


3.3 


5- 


■14 years 


0.2 


0.5 


15-24 years 


0.7 


3.9 


25-44 years 


1.0 


1.7 


45-64 years 


7.2 


6.5 


65 years and over 


52.4 


57.1 


Sex: Male 


17,910 


111 


Female 


lb,883 


90 


Race: White 


34,113 


200 


Black 


362 


1 


Indian 


199 


- 


Other unknown 


119 


- 


lOA** 


CAUSE CP CEAIH 






001-139 


infective-parasitic 


300 




010-018 


Tuberculosis 


15 


— 


140-208 


Necplasns-nalignant 


7,560 


49 


15'* -159 


Digestive 


2,035 


16 


„ )-165 


Re^iratory 


1,669 


11 


174-175 


Breast 


760 


5 


179-187 


Genital 


870 


6 


188-189 


Urinary 


350 


3 


204-208 


Leukemia 


353 


1 


250 


Diabetes roellitus 


560 


1 


390-448 


Major cardiovascular 


16,456 


95 


390-398 


Rheumatic heart 


100 


- 


402,404 


Hypertensive heart 


167 


2 


410-414 


Ischemic heart 


8,741 


60 


420-429 


Other heart 


2,920 


10 


400-401, 








fc 403 


Hypertension 


170 


- 


430-438 


Cerebrovascular 


3,152 


16 


440 


Ar ter ioacleroeis 


540 


6 


460-519 


Reqpiratory 


2,969 


21 


480-486 


Pneunonia 


1,357 


8 


487 


Influenza 


55 


- 


490-491 


Bronchitis 


46 


1 


492 


E^tpt^sema 


191 


2 


493 


Aothna 


77 


- 


531-533 


Ulcer of stooach and 








duode~"Ti 


114 


1 


550-553, 


Herniu & intestinal 






fc 560 


obstruction 


134 


— 


571 


Chronic liver disease 








and cirrhosis 


333 


— 


580-589 


Nephritis, nephrotic 








syndrome & nephrosis 


306 




590 


Kidney infection 


24 




630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 








puerperium 


3 




740-759 


Congenital ancmalies 


219 




760-779 


Perxnatal ocnditiont; 


236 




780-799 


Ill-clef ined 


811 


1 


Residual 


Other diseases 


2,621 


13 


E800-949 


unintentional injury 


1,550 


17 


E810-825 


Motor vehicle 


673 


8 


E880-888 


Falls 


280 


4 


E950-959 


Suicide fc self-inflicted 








injury 


457 


3 


E960-978 


Hcmicide t injury pi»rpofle- 






ly inflicted by other per- 






sons fc legal intervention 86 




E980-999 


Other violent deaths 


54 





920 


275 


246 


214 


110 


389 


8.6 


7.3 


7.7 


8.6 


9.5 


7.5 


2.4 


1.1 


1.5 


1.5 


1.4 


3.5 


0.1 


0.0 


0.6 


0.3 


1.7 


0.1 


0.8 


2.3 


1.1 


0.0 


0.0 


0.4 


0.9 


0.8 


0.7 


1.2 


5.3 


0.9 


7.2 


5.7 


7.3 


8.2 


7.6 


5.1 


54.7 


45.2 


47.7 


54.5 


51.0 


48.9 


541 


154 


138 


118 


57 


188 


379 


121 


108 


96 


53 


201 


913 
1 


263 


219 


214 


110 


389 




11 


26 








6 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


8 


3 


4 
1 


— 


1 
"* 


5 


— 

231 


— 

59 


60 


— 

34 


23 


— 
97 


55 


16 


20 


9 


3 


30 


61 


7 


15 


9 


2 


19 


22 


8 


2 


3 


1 


11 


29 


11 


8 


5 


4 


11 


6 


3 


2 




3 


5 


8 


3 


3 




4 


5 


13 


1 


1 


8 


1 


9 


397 


136 


127 


12P. 


54 


178 


1 






2 


1 




6 




1 


2 






231 


87 


77 


70 


25 


103 


56 


13 


11 


21 


11 


24 


4 


- 


4 


2 


1 


3 


60 


28 


28 


17 


14 


43 


13 


5 


6 


5 


1 


2 


72 


19 


14 


13 


7 


39 


31 
— 


12 
— 


4 


8 
— 


4 
— 


16 

3 


— 

5 


— 
1 


— 

2 


— 

— 


1 
— 


— 

5 


3 




1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


7 








2 


1 


14 


1 


3 


1 


1 


— 


5 


1 


2 


1 


1 




1 


1 










6 




1 


1 




5 


24 


1 




1 


1 


4 


12 


2 


3 


4 




4 


51 


28 


15 


12 


9 


28 


52 


21 


12 


13 


10 


14 


29 


16 


5 


7 


2 


7 


4 


2 


3 


2 


1 


1 


23 


2 


2 


3 




4 


1 




1 








2 






1 







Page 110 




11 



Table 46 

SU£CTSI> RESIDENT MORTALITY STAVISTICS BY COUNTY AT© CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA 1985 (COWT.) 



Cleac- 







Brcvm 


Carlton 


Carver 


Cass 


Chippewa 


Chisago 


Clay 


water 


CEA3HS - 


Total 


299 


282 


263 


301 


173 


228 


368 


104 


Rate: Age & sex adjusted 


8.3 


8.7 


8.2 


9.5 


8.1 


8.1 


8.1 


8.4 


Rate: Sex adjusted-age specific 


















Under 5 years 


3.0 


0.9 


2.1 


4.3 


0.0 


1.8 


2.9 


1.3 


5- 


•14 years 


0.3 


0.2 


0.5 


0.9 


0.5 


0.0 


0.1 


0.0 


15-24 years 


0.4 


0.6 


0.5 


0.4 


0.6 


0.2 


0.0 


1.8 


25-44 years 


1.0 


0.9 


1.2 


1.9 


o.e 


1.4 


0.8 


0.4 


45-64 years 


6.5 


7.6 


4.9 


10.5 


4.7 


8.5 


7.3 


8.2 


65 years and ever 


52.3 


56.1 


54.4 


53.7 


55.8 


48.8 


51.7 


o2.6 


Sex: Male 


157 


158 


145 


179 


100 


130 


190 


54 


Feirale 


142 


124 


118 


122 


73 


98 


178 


50 


Race: White 


299 


277 


263 


279 


173 


227 


368 


99 


Black 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


Indian 


- 


5 


- 


20 


- 


- 


- 


5 


Other & Unknown 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ICDA** 


CAUSE OF I£AIH 


















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 


J. 


1 


1 


3 




- 


3 


- 


010-018 


Tuberculosis 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


140-208 


Neoplasns-malignant 


67 


58 


46 


55 


32 


54 


84 


18 


150-159 


Digestive 


19 


11 


13 


16 


13 


13 


23 


2 


160-165 


Respiratory 


16 


16 


10 


15 


7 


18 


17 


4 


174-175 


Breast 


10 


6 


5 


1 


4 


2 


7 


1 


179-187 


Genital 


6 


7 




4 


5 


2 


7 


3 


188-189 


Ur inary 


2 


4 


1 


3 


— 


1 


5 


2 


204-208 


Leukemia 


2 


4 


1 


3 


1 


7 


5 


— 


250 


Diabetes nellitus 


3 


4 


10 


5 


3 


2 


4 


1 


390-448 


Major cardiovascular 


146 


140 


126 


137 


84 


102 


177 


61 


390-398 


Rheumatic heart 


1 


— 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


402,404 


Hypertensive heart 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


" 


410-414 


Ischcuic heart 


88 


69 


73 


67 


37 


42 


78 


41 


420-429 


Other heart 


16 


18 


16 


31 


19 


28 


47 


4 


400-401, 




















& 403 


Hyper tension 


1 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


1 


1 


430-438 


Cer ebr ovascular 


29 


27 


25 


27 


21 


20 


32 


11 


440 


Ar ter losclerosis 


8 


18 


4 


2 


5 


4 


11 


1 


460-519 


Respiratory 


31 


43 


23 


40 


19 


24 


31 


10 


480-486 


Pneumonia 


18 


25 


12 


21 


15 


13 


12 


5 


487 


Influenza 


1 


5 


2 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


490-491 


BroKiiitis 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


492 


E^iphysem 


- 


3 


1 


2 


- 


1 


1 


1 


493 


Asthma 


- 


2 


1 


i 


- 


- 


- 


- 


531-533 


Ulcer of stomach and 




















duodenum 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 


















& 560 


obstruction 


- 


1 


- 


2 


1 


- 


5 


- 


571 


Chronic liver disease 




















and cirrhosis 


2 


3 


4 


3 


2 


4 


1 




580-58y 


Nephritis, nephrotic 




















syndrcme & nephrosis 


2 




1 


1 


3 


3 


6 


2 


590 


Kidney infectiai 




2 






1 








630-676 


P:egnarcy, childbirth 




















& puerperium 


















740-759 


Congenital anomalies 


1 




2 


1 




3 


3 




760-779 


Perinatal oonditi'^s 


4 


2 


3 


2 






1 




780-799 


Ill-defined 


1 


2 


4 


5 


3 


3 


4 




Residual 


Other diseases 


20 


17 


21 


27 


15 


18 


32 


6 


£800-949 


Unintentional injury 


14 


7 


15 


15 


6 


12 


13 


6 


E810-825 


Motor vehicle 


7 


1 


5 


9 


3 


1 


1 


3 


E880-888 


Falls 


1 


3 


1 


3 


2 


2 


1 




E9 50-959 


Suicide & self-inflicted 




















injury 


5 


2 


6 


5 


2 


2 


2 





E960-978 Homicide & injury purpose- 
ly inflicted by other per 

sons & legeil intervention ----- i 
E980-999 Other violent deaths i - - - - 



Page 111 



114 



Table 46 

SELECTED FESJDEm MDRTALIIY ffTATISTICS BY COUNTY AND CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CCNT.) 







Cook 


Cotton- 
wood 


Crow 
Wing 


Dakota 


Dodge 


Douqlas 


Faribault 


Fill- 
more 


DEATHS - 


Total 


37 


163 


428 


1,081 


125 


314 


224 


244 


Rate: Age & sex adjusted 


6.8 


7.9 


1.1 


8.1 


8.C 


8.0 


8.2 


7.7 


Rate: Sex adjusted-age specific 


















Under 5 years 


0.0 


1.8 


1.7 


2.2 


4.1 


0.8 


3.2 


2.1 


5- 


-14 years 


1.5 


0.4 


0.2 


0.2 


0.0 


0.0 


0.3 


0.0 


15-24 years 


0.0 


1.2 


2.0 


0.9 


1.8 


0.7 


0.0 


0.4 


25-44 years 


1.4 


0.6 


0.5 


0.8 


1.7 


1.4 


1.3 


1.2 


45-64 years 


10.7 


7.3 


9.2 


5.9 


8.6 


6.4 


7.5 


5.8 


65 years and ever 


35.3 


49.1 


44.4 


53.0 


43.6 


51.3 


50.5 


50.0 


Sex: Male 


26 


87 


247 


549 


75 


169 


U6 


120 


Feroale 


11 


76 


181 


532 


50 


145 


108 


124 


Race: White 


33 


163 


427 


1,075 


125 


312 


224 


243 


Black 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Indian 


4 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


Other 6 Unknown 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


1 


IC3>A** 


CAUSE CF ££A3H 


















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 


— 


2 


3 


5 


— 


2 


2 


- 


010-018 


Tuberculosis 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


140-208 


Neoplasns-malignant 


7 


33 


96 


266 


23 


80 


39 


57 


150-159 


Digestive 


4 


8 


28 


61 


5 


19 


12 


16 


160-165 


Re^iratory 


— 


7 


23 


61 


4 


19 


8 




174-175 


Breast 


— 


3 


6 


36 


2 


13 


3 




179-187 


Genital 


2 


4 


7 


27 


1 


10 


4 


7 


188-189 


Urinary 


— 


2 


3 


12 


3 


- 


- 


6 


204-208 


Leukemia 


* 


4 


8 


11 


1 


3 


- 


2 


250 


Diabetes nellitus 


— 


— 


4 


17 


1 


3 


2 


6 


390-448 


Major cardiovascular 


20 


84 


219 


453 


56 


156 


124 


133 


350-398 


Rheunatic hea^t 


— 


— 




4 


1 


- 


- 


- 


402,404 


Hypertensive heart 


- 


2 


1 


5 


— 


- 


1 


- 


410-414 


lS(i)eiDic heart 


10 


57 


111 


249 


31 


90 


63 


65 


420-42^ 


Other heart 


5 


14 


52 


74 


13 


22 


21 


28 


Ann— Ani 




















i 403 


Hypertension 


— 


1 


3 


4 


— 


- 


- 


- 


430-438 


Cerebrovascular 


5 


5 


35 


78 


8 


36 


30 


23 


440 


Arteriosclerosis 


— 


2 


3 


19 


— 


6 


3 


10 


460-519 


Respiratory 


5 


15 


40 


82 


10 


34 


14 


21 


480-486 


Pneunonia 


3 


5 


22 


34 


2 


17 


5 


10 


487 


Influenza 


— 




1 


2 


— 


- 


1 


- 


490-491 


Bronchitis 


- 


- 


1 


1 


— 


- 


- 


- 


^92 


Qiphysena 


- 


2 


3 


5 


3 


1 


2 


4 


*^3 


Asthraa 


- 


- 


1 


3 


1 


1 


- 


- 


531-533 


Ulcer of stcroach and 




















duodenun 


- 




1 


2 


- 


■ 


- 


1 


550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 


















& 560 


obstruction 


- 


1 


2 


6 


- 


- 


2 


- 


571 


Chronic liver disease 




















and cirrhosis 


- 


1 


4 


8 


- 


3 


1 


2 


580-S89 


Nephritis, nephrotic 




















syhdrcae & nephrosis 




2 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


590 


Kidney infection 


— 


— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


1 


- 


630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 




















& puerperiun 




- 










- 


- 


740-759 


Congenital ananalies 






1 


J. J. 






2 


1 


760-779 


Perinatal conditions 




2 


1 


18 


5 




1 


1 


780-799 


Ill-defined 




1 


7 


50 


9 


3 


1 


3 


Residual 


Other diseases 


3 


15 


26 


84 


6 


23 


15 


6 


E800-949 


Unintentional injury 




6 


10 


53 


10 


4 


17 


10 


E810-825 


Motor vehicle 




3 


6 


30 


6 


2 


8 


6 


£880-888 


Falls 




1 




10 


2 




5 


3 


E950-959 


Suicide & self-inflicted 




















injury 


1 




10 


20 


1 


3 


1 


1 


E960-978 


Hcndcide & injury purpose- 




















ly inflicted by other per- 




















sons & legal intervention 






1 


2 










E980-999 


Other violent deaths 








2 








1 



Page 112 



1?5 



Table 46 

SEI£CIED RESIDEOT MDRTALITY STftTlSTICS BY OOUm AND QTIES CVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 {COtTT.) 



Mxiin- 





Freeborn 


Goodhue 


Grant 


Hennepin 


eapolis 


Houston 


Hc:^ 




Total 


358 


408 


98 


7,723 


3,934 


194 


UO 


Pate: Age & seA adjusted 


8.0 


8.1 


7.8 


8.6 


9.3 


8.5 


7.U 


Rate: Sex 2K3justed-age specific 














Under 5 years 


2 6 


1.7 


0.0 


2.3 


3.2 


0.0 


0.7 


5-14 years 


0.4 


0.0 


0.0 


0.2 


0.3 


0.3 


0.0 


15-24 years 


0.6 


1.0 


0.0 


0.6 


0.5 


2.1 


C.6 


25-44 years 


0.4 


0.9 


0.6 


1.2 


1.6 


0.5 


1.4 


45-64 years 


5.8 


6.0 


6.4 


7.7 


9.9 


6.0 


10.3 


65 years and over 


52.6 


52.9 


53.1 


54.2 


55.2 


56.2 


37.7 


Sex: Male 


185 


217 


51 


3,657 


1,820 


108 


91 


Feniale 


173 


191 


47 


4,066 


2,114 


86 


49 


Race: White 


357 


407 


98 


7,380 


3,644 


194 


138 


Black 


- 


- 


- 


225 


203 


- 


_ 


Indian 


- 


1 


- 


61 


56 


- 


2 


Other & Unknown 


1 


- 


- 


57 


31 


- 


- 


lOA** 


CAUSE OF CEATH 












001-139 


Infective-par astic 


5 


2 


1 


83 


52 


2 


4 


010-018 


Tuberculosis 


- 


- 


- 


6 


4 






140-208 


Neoplasros-ual ignant 


66 


87 


18 


1,648 


807 


46 


28 


150-159 


Digestive 


14 


23 


3 


442 


245 


11 


5 


160-165 


Respiratory 


19 


23 


2 


374 


162 


10 


8 


174-175 


Breast 


7 


5 


5 


168 


76 


5 


1 


179-187 


Genital 


4 


12 


4 


192 


90 


7 


3 


188-189 


Urinary 


4 


1 


1 


8b 


49 


3 


2 


204-208 


Leukemia 


6 


8 


- 


56 


25 


1 


- 


250 


Diabetes nellitus 


3 


10 


1 


137 


66 


1 


- 


390-448 


Major ccurdiovascular 


188 


190 


56 


3,515 


1,744 


99 


57 


390-398 


Rheunatic heart 


2 


- 


1 


29 


12 


- 


- 


402,404 


Hypertensive iieart 


2 


1 


1 


41 


9 


1 


- 


410-414 


Ischemic heart 


88 


87 


30 


1,941 


944 


49 


32 


420-429 


Otivr heart 


46 


30 


12 


490 


292 


15 


7 


400-40X, 
















& 402 


Hvnp r t P n <i i <nn 


3 


- 


- 


55 


37 


- 


1 


430-438 


Cer ebr ovascular 


35 


53 


8 


710 


333 


23 


11 


440 


Ar ter iosclerosis 


5 


9 


- 


86 


47 


6 


3 


460-519 


Respiratory 


44 


36 


11 


661 


357 


18 


15 


480-486 


PneuTcnia 


16 


23 


3 


281 


154 


11 


5 


487 


Influenza 


2 


- 


- 


8 


4 


- 


- 


490-491 


Bronchitis 


1 


- 


- 


13 


6 


- 




492 


Eni>hysesna 


6 


5 


1 


40 


20 


_ 


1 


493 


Asthna 


1 


- 


- 


15 


8 


- 




531-533 


Ulcer of stonach and 
















duodenisn 


- 


2 


- 


25 


12 


1 


- 


550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 
















& 560 


obstruction 


1 


1 


- 


29 


12 


1 


_ 


571 


Chronic liver disease 


















and cirrhosis 


1 


4 


- 


too 


56 


5 


2 


580-589 


Nephritis, nephrotic 


















syrxSrcroe & nephrosis 


2 


5 


- 


73 


41 


- 


2 


590 


Kidney infection 




2 


- 


5 


2 


- 


- 


630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 
















740-759 


& puerperiisn 




- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Congenital anomalies 


1 


4 




56 


20 






760-779 


Perinatal conditions 


4 


2 




52 


25 






780-799 


Ill-defined 


4 


5 




215 


137 


2 


7 


Residual 


Other diseases 


27 


34 


9 


626 


355 


9 


14 


E800-949 


Unintentioneil Injury 


8 


21 


2 


326 


157 


8 


11 


E810-825 


Motor vehicle 


4 


8 


1 


100 


42 


5 


4 


E880-888 


Falls 


4 


6 


1 


79 


43 




1 


E950-959 


Suicide & self-inflicted 














injury 


3 


2 




121 


52 


2 




E960-978 


Hcmicide & injury purpose- 


















ly inflicted bj' other per- 


















sons & legal intervention 


1 


1 




35 


27 






E980-999 


Other violent deaths 








15 


Jl 







Page 



Table 46 

S£I£C1ED RESIDENT MDRTALITV CTATISTICS BY COUNTY AI© OTIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CONT.) 



Koochi- 





Isanti 


Itasca 


Jackson 


Kanabec 


Kandiyohi 


Kittson 


ichinq 


KATOS - 


Total 


170 


388 


141 


116 


315 


108 


166 


Rate: Age & sex adDusted 


7.3 


8.0 


8.0 


7.9 


6.9 


10.7 


8.9 


Rate: Sex adjusted-age specific 
















Ur jer 5 years 


2.6 


1.7 


0.0 


3.4 


2.1 


3.7 


2.3 


b- 


•14 years 


0.6 


0.1 


0.0 


0.5 


0.2 


0.0 


0.4 


15-24 years 


1.2 


1.7 


0.9 


0.0 


0.6 


1.5 


0.5 


25-44 years 


1.1 


1.0 


0.3 


1.2 


0.7 


1.7 


1.7 


45-64 years 


5.8 


9.0 


8.0 


7.0 


6.5 


7.1 


11.8 


65 years and ever 


44.4 


45.8 


52.0 


48.6 


42.6 


68.4 


49.4 


Sex: Male 


109 


220 


76 


72 


182 


50 


89 


Fefnale 


'1 


168 


65 


44 


133 


58 


77 


Race: White 


169 


380 


141 


U6 


313 


108 


1C3 


Black 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Indian 


_ 


8 


- 


- 


2 


- 


3 


Other & Unknown 


1 






- 




- 




ICEA** 


CAUSE CP VEKSa 
















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 


_ 


3 


- 


3 


3 


- 


- 


010-018 


Tuberculosis 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


140-208 


Neoplasros-inal ignan t 


45 


94 


23 


23 


64 


19 


42 


150-159 


Digestive 


U 


26 


4 


3 


18 


5 


5 


160-165 


Respiratory 


10 


31 


2 


6 


12 


2 


15 


74-175 


Breast 


4 


5 


2 


2 


6 


2 


3 


179-187 


Genital 


1 


9 


o 


4 


10 


5 


6 


188-189 


Ur inary 


2 


4 


2 


2 


2 




3 


204-208 


Leukemia 


3 


2 


2 


- 


3 


- 


2 


250 


Diabetes nellitus 


2 


3 




3 


1 


1 


1 


390-448 


Major cardiovascular 




172 


72 


58 


149 


60 


73 


390-398 


Rheunatic heart 


_ 




- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


402,404 


Hypertensive heart 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


410-414 


Ischendc heart 


36 


93 


40 


27 




20 


44 


420-429 


Other heart 


10 


17 


18 


10 


35 


18 


15 


400-401, 


















& 403 


Hypertension 


- 




1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


430-438 


CerebrovascuX£u: 


22 


43 


5 


12 


21 


17 


10 


440 


Arteriosclerosis 


6 


7 


5 


5 


5 


2 


- 


460-519 


Resp^ ratory 


15 


26 


20 


11 


29 


11 


19 


480-486 


Pneixnonia 


7 


11 


11 


3 


19 


5 


9 


487 


Influenza 


_ 


- 




- 


1 


- 


1 


490-491 


Bronchitis 




1 


- 


- 




- 


- 


492 


Qiqphyseroa 


1 


- 


2 


- 


3 


2 


1 


493 


Asthma 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 








531-533 


Ulcer of stomach and 


















dixx3enum 


1 


1 


_ 


- 


2 


1 


1 


550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 
















& 560 


obstruction 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


2 


571 


Chronic liver disease 


















and cirrhosis 


_ 


5 


2 


- 


1 




2 


580-589 


Nephritis, nephrotic 


















s^rcme & n^rosis 


2 


1 


1 


- 


4 


2 


- 


590 


Kidney infection 


1 








1 






630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 


















& puerperiun 
















740-759 


Congenital anonalies 


3 


2 




2 


1 


1 


1 


760-779 


Perinatal conditions 


1 


2 




1 






1 


780-799 


Ill-<3efined 




12 


5 


4 


9 




3 


Residual 


Other diseases 


9 


38 


13 


6 


26 


5 


8 


E80 0-949 


Unintentional Injury 


13 


22 


3 


4 


19 


6 


7 


E8i 0-825 


Motor vehicle 


7 


12 


1 


2 


9 


3 


2 


E880-888 


Falls 


1 


4 






1 


1 




E950-959 


Suicide & self-mflicted 


















injury 


1 


7 




1 


2 


1 


6 


E960-978 


Homicide & injury purpose- 


















ly inflicted by other per- 


















sons & legal intervention 










1 






E980-999 


Other violent deaths 










1 


1 





Page 114 



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Table 46 

SELECTED RESIDElTr MDRTALITY STATISTICS BY CX3UNIY AM) CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CONT.) 



Lac Lake 







Qui 




of the 


Le- 


Lin- 




Mo- 




Mar- 






Parle 


Lake 


Woods 


Sueur 


coln 


Lyon 


Leod 


Mahnccnen 


shall 


DEATHS " 


Total 


136 


93 


41 


229 


80 


225 


330 


64 


127 


Rate: Age & sex adjusted 


8.7 


7.0 


8.3 


8.0 


6.2 


7.8 


9.5 


9.2 


7.; 


Rate: Sex adjusted-age specific 




















Under 5 years 


2.4 


1.3 


8.5 


1.5 


0.0 


0.9 


2.2 


2.1 


0.8 


5-14 years 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


15-24 years 


1.8 


0.7 


3.7 


0.8 


0.0 


1.0 


0.9 


4.1 


0.8 


25-44 years 


0.8 


0.6 


1.9 


0.9 


0.5 


0.7 


0.8 


0.8 


0.6 


45-64 years 


9.9 


4.2 


9.9 


5.4 


6.0 


7.8 


8.1 


5.7 


7.1 


65 years and ever 


51.4 


48.1 


41.0 


53.5 


40.4 


48.8 


61.4 


58.2 


49.7 


Sex: Male 


73 


45 


24 


137 


48 


108 


174 


31 


68 


Fei&dle 


63 


48 


17 


92 


32 


117 


156 


33 


59 


Race: White 


136 


92 


41 


229 


80 


225 


329 


59 


127 


Black 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Indian 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


Other & Unknown 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


ICEA** 


CAUSE CF CEA3H 




















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


2 


- 


_ 


010-018 


Tubera»^06is 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


140-208 


Neqplasns-malignant 


25 


20 


9 


37 


20 


46 


64 


13 


26 


150-159 


Digestive 


9 


5 


2 


12 


5 


11 


22 


5 


6 


160-165 


Respiratory 


4 


7 


2 


8 


4 


8 


9 


3 


6 


174-175 


Breast 


2 


2 


1 


4 


- 


4 


11 


1 


1 


179-187 


Genital 


3 


2 


- 


4 


3 


6 


8 


1 


5 


188-189 


Urinary 


2 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


204-208 


Leukemia 


3 


- 


1 


- 


2 


3 


3 


1 


1 


250 


Diabetes roellitus 


2 


2 


2 


5 


1 


4 


4 


- 


1 


390-448 


ftojor cardiovascular 


73 


45 


15 


135 


42 


112 


178 


30 


72 


390-398 


Rheumatic heart 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


2 


- 


- 


402,404 


Hypertensive heart 


1 


- 


2 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


410-414 


Ischemic heart 


39 


16 


7 


78 


24 


67 


106 


16 


23 


420-429 


Other heart 


22 


12 


1 


24 


2 


15 


30 


7 


32 


400-401, 






















& 403 


Hypertension 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


430-438 


Cerebrovascular 


11 


14 


4 


37 


10 


23 


31 


5 


14 


440 


Arteriosclerosis 


- 


2 


- 


6 


1 


2 


3 


1 


- 


460-519 


Respiratory 


14 


4 


5 


12 


5 


23 


21 


4 


12 


480-486 


Pneunonia 


5 


3 


4 


6 


2 


13 


9 


2 


7 


487 


Influenza 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


490-491 


Bronchitis 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


492 


Bnophysessa 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


493 


Asthtna 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


531-533 


Ulcer of stanach and 






















duodenun 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 




















& 560 


obstruction 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


2 


4 


- 


1 


571 


Chronic liver disease 






















and cirrhosis 




2 


- 


- 


- 


3 


1 


- 


- 


580-589 


Nephritis, nephrotic 






















syndrome & n^rosis 


3 


1 


1 


2 


- 


- 


5 


2 


- 


590 


Kidney infection 




- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 






















& puerperiun 




















740-759 


Congenital anonalies 


1 


2 




2 




1 


3 


1 




760-779 


Perinatal conditions 


1 






1 




1 


2 






780-799 


Ill-defined 








1 




1 




8 


3 


Residual 


Other diseases 


9 


10 


2 


17 


9 


16 


21 


2 


6 


E800-949 


Unintentionid Injury 


6 


6 


4 


5 


i 


7 


19 


2 


4 


E810-825 


Motor vehicle 


2 


1 


2 


4 




3 


8 


2 


2 


£880-888 


Falls 




2 


1 




2 


1 


4 






E950-953 


Suicide & self-inflicted 






















injury 


2 


1 


2 


2 




8 


4 




1 


E960-978 


Homicide injury purpose- 




















ly inflicted by other per- 






















sons & legad intervention 








3 












E980-999 


Other violent deaths 








1 




1 









118 

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Page 1.15 



Tah' 46 

SELECTED RESIDENT MORTALITY STATISTICS BY OXJNTY AND CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (OONT.) 







Martin 


Meeker 


Mille Lacs 


Morrison 


Mower 


Murray 


Niroll 


DEAIHS - 


Total 


302 


230 


187 


270 


421 


133 


181 


Rate: Age s sex adjusted 


9.1 


8.6 


7.6 


7.7 


7.8 


C.8 


7.1 


Rate: Sex adjusted-age specific 
















Under 5 years 


2.5 


1.6 


1.1 


3.1 


1.3 


1.2 


1.8 


5- 


14 years 


0.0 


0.0 


0.3 


0.0 


0.2 


0.0 


0.5 


15 


-24 years 


0.9 


0.0 


1.7 


0.9 


0.4 


1.5 


0.5 


25 


-44 years 


0.9 


1.0 


0.6 


1.8 


1.4 


1.0 


1.4 


45 


-64 years 


6.0 


7.1 


5.6 


6.2 


6.4 


7.0 


5.8 


65 years and ever 


60.7 


56.2 


49.4 


46.6 


49.7 


56.3 


44.1 


Sex: Male 


155 


113 


106 


153 


201 


73 


11? 


Fenale 


147 


117 


81 


117 


220 


60 


68 


Race: White 


302 


229 


183 


270 


418 


133 


180 


Black 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


Indian 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other & Uniax>wn 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


ICDA** 


CAUSE OF DEATH 
















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 


2 


3 


1 


1 


6 


3 


2 


010-018 


Tuberculosis 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


140-208 


Neoplasms-nalignant 


63 


48 


46 


45 


88 


24 


38 


150-159 


Digestive 


25 


8 


16 


12 


25 


6 


10 


160-165 


Respiratory 


10 


9 


6 


lU 


17 


6 


7 


174-175 


Bieast 


13 


7 


3 


2 


12 


1 


2 


179-187 


Genital 


4 


5 


4 


5 


8 


3 


12 


188-189 


Urinary 


1 


5 


2 


4 


8 


1 




204-208 


Leukemia 


3 


1 


1 


2 


4 


2 


1 


250 


Diabetes roellitus 


13 


6 


- 


2 


9 


1 


2 


390-448 


Major cardiovascular 


147 


128 


81 


144 


203 


63 


73 


390-398 


Rheumatic hecirt 


- 


2 


- 


3 


- 


1 


1 


402,404 


Hypertensive heart 


3 


- 


- 


4 


1 


- 


3 


410-414 


Ischendc heart 


86 


61 


37 


69 


89 


35 


40 


420-429 


Other heart 


23 


14 


19 


39 


71 


5 


9 


400-401, 


















& 403 


Hyper tensinn 


1 


1 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


430-438 


Cer ebrovasci^ar 


27 


43 


19 


22 


32 


19 


16 


440 


Arteriosclerosis 


1 


5 


2 


1 


1 


3 


1 


460-519 


Respiratory 


30 


5 


30 


18 


35 


16 


16 


480-486 


Pneunonia 


10 


2 


13 


8 


16 


13 


9 


487 


Influenza 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


490-491 


Bronchitis 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 




492 


Qnphysema 


1 


- 


2 


- 




3 


1 


493 


Asthma 


3 


- 


1 


- 




- 


1 


531-533 


Ulcer of stoTQch and 


















duodenum 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 
















& 560 


obstruction 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


571 


Chr»Tnic liver disease 


















and cirrhosis 


- 


2 


1 


3 


3 


- 


3 


580-589 


Nephritis, nephrotic 


















syndrome & nephrosis 


3 


1 


- 


3 


1 


3 


2 


590 


Kidney infection 


1 














630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 


















& puerpenum 
















7.0-759 


Congenital anonalies 


3 


3 




2 


1 




1 


760-779 


Perinatal conditions 




1 


1 


3 


1 






780-799 


Ill-defined 


2 


13 


5 


4 


26 


1 


5 


Residual 


Other diseases 


27 


13 


14 


27 


33 


9 


20 


E800-949 


Unintentional Injury 


11 


4 


8 


14 


9 


7 


14 


E810-825 


Motor vehicle 


6 


3 


4 


5 


5 


3 


9 


E880-888 


Falls 


1 




1 


3 


3 


2 




E950-959 


Suicide & sslf- inflicted 


















injury 








2 


4 


4 


3 


E96C-978 


Hcnucide & injury purpose- 


















ly inflicted by other per- 


















sons & legal intervention 








1 


1 






E980-999 


Other violent deaths 




1 








2 





Page 116 

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Table 48 

SEI£Cm) RESIDENT MDRDALITV STATISTICS BY OOUtm AMD CITIES CVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CCtTT.) 



Nobles Norman Olmsted 



Otter 
Tail 



Penn- 
i'^jton 



Pine 



stone 



Polk 



EEA3HS - Itotal 



Rate: 
Rate: 



Age & sex adjusted 

Sex cid3«jsted-age specific 

Under 5 years 

5-14 years 

15-24 years 

25-44 years 

45-64 years 

65 years and over 



239 
8.4 

1.8 
0.0 
1.1 
1.3 

7,0 
52.3 



119 

8.4 

1.6 
0.0 
3.7 
0.5 
8.6 
49.3 



605 

7.5 

3.3 
0.1 
0.7 
0.8 
4.8 
49.2 



591 

7.4 

1.8 
0.5 
0.3 
0.5 
7.5 
46.6 



152 



3.6 
0.0 
0.0 
0.8 
7.0 
57.9 



211 

8.3 

2.9 
0.3 
1.1 
1.1 
5.3 
53.5 



150 

8.9 

1.2 
0.6 



0. 
1. 
7. 

57. 



345 

8.1 

1.9 
0.3 
0.5 
1.3 
7.9 
49.1 



Sex: Male 


117 


57 


282 


317 


75 


123 


84 


171 


Female 


122 


62 


323 


274 


77 


88 


66 


174 


Race: White 


239 


119 


601 


590 


152 


206 


148 


343 


Black 


— 


— 


2 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Indian 


— 


— 


— 


1 


- 


5 


2 


2 


Other & UnknoM'i 


— 


— 


2 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ICDA** 


CAUSE OF EGAIH 


















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 


1 


4 


2 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


010-018 


Tuberculosis 


— 




— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


140-208 


Necplasros-nalignant 


64 


18 


135 


142 


37 


38 


29 


61 


150-159 


Digestive 


21 


4 


34 


39 


7 


18 


11 


15 


160-165 


Respiratory 


8 


4 


27 


24 


10 


9 


3 


7 


174-175 


Breast 


7 


2 


22 


10 


2 


2 


4 


7 


179-187 


Genital 


7 


3 


14 


23 


6 


4 


4 


9 


188-189 


Urinary 


2 


1 


6 


2 


4 


- 


- 


2 


204-208 


Leukemia 


6 


1 


10 


8 


2 


1 


1 


7 


250 


Diabetes mellitus 


6 


1 


13 


12 


3 


2 


6 


5 


390-448 


Major cardiovascular 


99 


59 


274 


293 


70 


100 


78 


186 


390-398 


Rheumatic heart 


— 


1 


3 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


402,404 


Hypertensive heart 


- 


— 


2 


1 


— 


1 


- 


1 


410-414 


ischemic heart 


56 


41 


152 


164 


35 


41 


37 


94 


420-429 


Other heart 


19 


4 


36 


57 


10 


31 


17 


33 


400-401, 




















& 403 


Hypertension 


2 


— 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


2 


430-438 


Cerebrovascular 


17 


9 


CI 


49 


17 


20 


12 


37 


440 


Ar ter losclerosis 


- 


2 


3 


14 


4 


1 


12 


11 


460-519 


Respiratory 


15 


14 


47 


45 


8 


20 


11 


30 


480-486 


Pneunonia 


9 


3 


15 


16 


4 


12 


5 


19 


487 


Influenza 






3 


1 










490-491 


Bronchitis 




1 




1 




1 






492 


Bn:{>hy&ema 




3 


1 


3 






1 


1 


493 


Asthma 






2 


1 


1 








531-533 


Ulcer of stomach and 




















duodenum 


2 




3 


2 






1 


2 


550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 


















& 560 


obstruction 




3 


2 


1 


1 




2 


2 


571 


Chronic liver disease 




















and ciirhosis 


2 


2 


7 


6 


1 


2 


1 


2 


580-589 


Nephritis, nephrotic 




















syndrome & nephrosis 


4 


1 


4 


11 


2 


2 




4 


590 


Kidney infection 


1 




1 




1 








630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 




















k puerperiun 


















740-759 


Congenital anonalies 






8 


2 




2 


1 


1 


760-779 


Pfrinatal conditions 


1 




11 


2 


1 


3 




2 


780-799 


Ill-<3efined 


4 




5 


6 


4 


11 


3 


4 


Residuad 


Other diseases 


23 


9 


43 


36 


12 


15 


10 


25 


E800-949 


Unintentional Injury 


13 


7 


38 


26 


9 


11 


4 


15 


E810-825 


Motor vehicle 


9 


4 


19 


13 


4 


4 


3 


4 


E880-888 


Falls 


2 


1 


8 


5 


2 


3 


1 


6 


£950-959 


Suicide & self- inflicted 




















injury 


3 


1 


8 


3 


1 


3 


2 


2 


E960-978 


Hcmicide & injury purpose- 




















ly inflicted by other per- 




















sons & legal intervention 






4 


1 








1 


E980-999 


Other violent deaths 
















1 



Page 117 

120 



Table 46 

SEI£CIED hDREALITY STATISTICS BY OOLWIY AJ® CITIES Cf^/ER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CONT.) 







Pope 


Rainsey 


St. Paul 


Lake 










DEATOS - 


Total 


141 


4,016 


2,786 


51 


207 


241 


360 


121 


Rate: Age & sex ad3usted 


7.9 


8.9 


8.9 


7.9 


7.7 


8.9 


7.8 


8.8 


Rate: Sex adjusted-age specific 


















Under 5 years 


1.9 


2.0 


2.4 


0.0 


2.0 


1.3 


1.8 


2.1 


5- 


14 years 


0.6 


0.2 


0.3 


0.0 


0.0 


0.3 


0.3 


0.0 


15-24 vears 


0.0 


0.6 


0.6 


0.0 


2.7 


0.9 


0.2 


0.0 


25-44 years 


1.0 


1.2 


1.4 


0.8 


0.0 


1.0 


1.2 


1.9 


45-64 years 


5.4 


8.2 


9.5 


11.4 


6.8 


9.8 


5.1 


5.2 


65 


years and over 


52.3 


55.8 


33.2 


46.8 


48.3 


53.9 


51. f{ 


58.6 


Sex: Male 


79 


*,907 


1,330 


21 


111 


131 


194 


64 


Female 


62 


2,109 


1,456 


30 


96 


110 


166 


57 


Race: Wlute 


141 


3,860 


2,644 


51 


205 


240 


360 


121 


Black 




117 


110 












Indian 


_ 


14 


12 


_ 


1 


1 






Other & UnknoMi 




25 


20 




1 








ICEA*** 


G\USE CF EEAIH 


















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 




40 


25 


_ 


2 


1 


8 


1 


OIO-CIS 


^iberculcsis 




4 


1 


_ 










140-208 


Necpl£ODS-inal ignan t 


25 


921 


618 


14 


46 


46 


77 


23 


150-159 


Digestive 


10 


238 


J'jO 


1 


11 


11 


22 


10 


1^0-165 


Respiratory 




226 


148 


4 


9 


7 


9 


4 


1*4-175 


Breast 




87 


61 


3 


4 


2 


7 


2 


179-187 


Genital 


3 


86 


61 


3 


9 


g 


10 




188-189 


Urinary 




44 


34 


1 




5 


5 


1 


204-208 


Leukemia 


1 


53 


36 




1 


2 


3 


3 


250 


Diabetes nellitus 


2 


69 


45 






2 


5 


1 


390-448 


Major cardiovascular 


62 


1,811 


1,280 


28 


106 


128 


174 


69 


390-398 


Rheumatic heart 




13 


10 






1 


2 




402,404 


Hypertensive heart 




30 


17 


2 


1 


g 


1 




410-414 


Ischemic heart 


36 


975 


697 




61 


65 


82 


44 


420-429 


Other heart 


14 


308 


212 


5 


21 


18 


39 




400-401, 




















& 403 


Hypertension 


_ 


25 


19 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 




430-438 


Cerebrovascular 


10 


333 


240 


6 


17 


31 


32 


14 


440 


Arteriosclerosis 




46 


24 


4 


2 


4 


13 




460-519 


Respiratory 


16 


343 


238 


3 


17 


21 


37 


8 


480-486 


Pneumonia 


10 


158 


100 


2 


9 


12 


14 


2 


487 


Influenza 




4 


2 




2 




1 




490-491 


Bronchitis 


1 


4 


3 


_ 










492 


Eli|)hys€fna 




31 


26 


_ 


1 


1 


3 


1 


493 


Asthma 


_ 


9 


8 


_ 


1 


2 


3 




531-533 


Ulcer of stonach and 




















duodenun 


1 


18 


12 


1 


_ 




2 


1 


550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 


















& 560 


obstruction 


_ 


19 


15 


_ 


1 


_ 


3 


_ 


571 


Chronic liver disease 




















and cirrhosis 




45 


3fc 


2 


_ 


2 


1 


1 


580-589 


Ner**.ritis, nephrotic 




















syndrome & nephrosis 


2 


35 


22 


- 


3 


1 


2 


- 


590 


Kidney infection 




1 














630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 




















& puerperiun 




1 


1 












740-759 


Congenital anomalies 




22 


13 




1 






2 


760-779 


Perinatal conditions 


1 


24 


19 




1 


2 


2 




780-799 


Ill-defined 


2 


135 


99 




2 


2 


4 




Residucd 


Other diseases 


15 


303 


217 


3 


12 


20 


24 


11 


E800-949 


Unintentional Injury 


13 


150 


90 




8 


11 


11 


3 


£810-825 


Motor v^icle 


4 


54 


29 




4 


5 


5 


1 


£880-888 


Falls 


2 


23 


15 




2 


3 






£950-959 


Suicide & self-mflicted 




















injury 




52 


33 




2 


5 


7 




£960-978 


Homicide & injury purpose- 


















ly inflicted by other per- 




















sons & legal intervention 




17 


16 








2 




£980-999 


Other violent deaths 




9 


5 








1 


1 



Page 118 




121 



Table 46 

SEtBCrrED RESIDENT ^DR^ALITY STATISTICS BY COUNTY A^© CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINKESOTA, 1985 (CONT.) 



Roseau St . Louis Dulutn Soott Sherbur ne S ^ bley S tear ns 





Total 


137 


2,195 


1,088 


310 


233 


141 


690 


Rate: Age & sex adjusted 


7.8 


9.0 


10.0 


8.8 


9.1 


6.7 


6.9 


Rate: Sex adjusted-age specific 
















Uix3er 5 years 


1.7 


2.3 


3.6 


2.0 


3.8 


0.8 


2.6 


5-14 years 


1.3 


0.3 


0.4 


0.6 


0.3 


0.0 


0.3 


15-24 years 


0.0 


1.0 


0.9 


1.0 


0.5 


1.9 


0.7 


25-44 years 


1.3 


1.2 


1.4 


0.7 


0.8 


1.0 


0.9 


45-64 years 


6.1 


8.5 


9.7 


5.4 


6.6 


5.0 


5.2 


65 years and over 


49.5 


55.5 


60.0 


58.9 


59.8 


41.9 


43.3 


Sex: Male 


91 


1,134 


510 


138 


131 


79 


375 


Female 


46 


1,061 


578 


172 


102 


62 


315 


Race: White 


D6 


2,173 


1,075 


309 


232 


141 


686 


Black 


~ 


6 


6 


~ 






— 


Indian 


1 


10 


4 


1 


1 


— 


— 


Other & Unknown 


— 


6 


3 


— 


— 


— 


4 


ICDA** 


CAUSE OF CCAlH 
















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 


1 


16 


9 


7 




3 


4 


010-018 


Tuberculosis 






~ 


" 


— 


1 


— 


140-208 


Neoplasjns-inal ignant 


20 


511 


262 


76 


40 


24 


153 


150-159 


Drgestive 


8 


161 


79 


19 


8 


6 


41 


160-165 


r>w'Spiratory 


4 


108 


46 


7 


8 


3 


40 


174-175 


Breast 


2 


65 


39 


9- 


5 


2 


16 


179-187 


Genital 


— 


>5 


29 


7 


7 


4 


11 


188-189 


Ur inary 


1 


25 


13 


7 


3 


1 


4 


204-208 


Leukemia 


1 


17 


10 


5 


1 


3 


10 


250 


Diabetes tnellitus 


6 


36 


17 


4 


3 


6 


5 


390-448 


Major cardiovascular 


74 


1,039 


496 


122 


111 


61 


338 


390-398 


Rheumatic heart 


- 


6 


2 


1 


1 


— 


1 


402,404 


Hypertensive heart 


-* 


24 


15 


— 


1 


- 


2 


410-414 


Isdientic heart 


43 


512 


242 


75 


50 


32 


174 


420-429 


Other heart 


15 


228 


91 


20 


21 


9 


67 


400-401, 


















& 403 


Hypertension 




9 


4 


2 


1 


— 


3 


430-438 


Cer ebrovascular 


11 


177 


99 


18 


28 


15 


56 


440 


Arteriosclerosis 


3 


37 


19 


4 


7 


2 


22 


460-519 


Respiratory 


16 


179 


100 


15 


23 


11 


47 


480-486 


Pneuicnia 


10 


83 


50 


6 


12 


6 


12 


487 


Influenza 


— 


3 


1 


— 


— 


— 


1 


490-491 


Bronchitis 


— 


2 


1 


1 


1 




— 


492 


Eiif)hyseina 


— 


14 


6 


— 


1 




2 


493 


Asthina 


1 


3 


3 


— 


1 


— 


3 


531-533 


Ulcer of stonach and 


















duodenum 


— 


8 


2 


2 


"* 


— 


4 


550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 
















& 560 


obstruction 


— 


6 


4 


1 


1 


— 


2 


571 


Chronic liver v'iseeise 


















and cirrhosis 


— 


19 


9 


2 


5 


— 


1 


530-589 


Nephritis, nephrotic 


















syndrone & nephrosis 


2 


16 


3 


5 


1 


2 


10 


590 


Kidney infection 
















630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 


















& puerperlim 
















740-759 


Congenital anonalles 




13 


9 


4 


3 


1 


10 


760-779 


Perinatal ocnditlons 




8 


4 


2 


2 


1 


6 


780-799 


Ill-defined 


1 


60 


37 


12 




13 


8 


Residual 


Other diseases 


8 


162 


88 


33 


19 


11 


54 


E800-949 


Unintentional Injury 


6 


80 


30 


22 


19 


7 


38 


E810-825 


Motor vehicle 


4 


40 


13 


8 


8 


6 


21 


B880-888 


Falls 


1 


18 


9 


4 


5 






E950-959 


Suicide & self-inflicted 


















Injury 


2 


35 


15 


3 


6 




7 


E960-978 


HGOicide & Injury purpose- 


















ly inflicted by other per- 


















sons & legal intervention 




4 


2 








1 


E980-999 


Other violent deaths 


1 


3 


1 






1 


2 



ERIC 



12Z 



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Table 46 

SEUCTEC MORTALITY STATISTICS BY OCXJNTY AND CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (OONT.) 



Steele Stevens Swift Todd Traverse Wabasha Wadena 



DEAJIHS - 


Total 


227 


110 


142 


248 


77 


20'» 


185 


Rate: Age & sex ad;) us ted 


6.7 


e.2 


8.0 


8.0 


9.0 


8.5 


9.9 


Rate: Sex adjusted-age specific 














Under 5 years 


l.l 


0.0 


2.9 


2.0 


2.4 


1.2 


4.0 


5- 


-14 years 


0.0 


0.0 


0.4 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


15-24 years 


0.2 


0.0 


2.0 


1.6 


0.0 


2.0 


0.6 


25-44 years 


0.9 


1.9 


1.2 


1.0 


1.6 


0.5 


0.6 


45-64 years 


5.1 


7.3 


7.0 


6.7 


3.2 


7.8 


8. 4 


65 years and over 


44.6 


52.1 


47.2 


49.7 


63.4 


53.8 


63.8 


Sex: Male 


128 


60 


80 


127 


44 


101 


97 


Female 


99 


50 


62 


121 


33 


105 


88 


Race: White 


227 


no 


141 


248 


77 


2Co 


185 


Black 


_ 


_ 


_ 










Indian 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 




Other & Unknown 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 








ICDA** 


CAUSE CF OEAIH 
















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 


3 


- 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


2 


010-018 


Tuberculosis 


_ 


_ 


_ 










140-208 


Neoplasins-inaligncmt 


47 


27 


38 


57 


13 


49 


35 


150-159 


Digestive 


14 


7 


5 


13 


5 


12 


5 


160-165 


Respiratory 


9 


7 


8 


10 


3 


12 


g 


174-175 


Breast 


5 


2 


3 


7 


1 


5 


4 


179-187 


G^ital 


8 


3 


6 


n 


1 


6 


5 


188-189 


Urinary 


_ 


1 


1 


3 




2 


X 


204-208 


Leukemia 




1 


1 


2 


2 


4 


z 


250 


Diabetes nellitus 


3 


5 


2 


4 


2 


3 


3 


390-448 


Major cardiovascular 


no 


50 


65 


113 


43 


106 


QQ 


390-398 


Rheumatic heart 


2 








X 


X 




402,404 


Hypertensive hea^t 




_ 












410-414 


Xschenic heart 


58 


35 


25 


45 


i7 


*tO 




420-429 


Other heart 


24 


7 


18 


37 


9 


30 


9 


400-401, 
















& 403 


Hyper tension 


_ 


1 


1 








X 


430-438 


Cerebrovascular 


20 


7 


n 


23 


16 


19 


23 


440 


Arteriosclerosis 


4 




5 


4 




4 


2 


460-519 


Respiratory 


17 


14 


6 


14 


4 


15 


14 


480-486 


Pneiinonia 


4 


10 


2 


7 


X 


g 


c; 


487 


Influenza 


1 






1 






X 


490-491 


Bronchitis 




_ 


_ 










492 


Boi^hysena 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 




X 




493 


Asthma 








_ 


X 




X 


531-533 


Ulcer of stonadi and 


















duodenum 


3 


_ 


_ 


1 








550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 
















& 560 


obstruction 


- 




1 


_ 


_ 


X 




571 


Chronic liver disease 


















and cirrhosis 


4 


1 


1 


1 






X 


580-589 


Nephritis, nephrotic 


















syndrome & nephrosis 


1 




2 


3 


3 


4 


2 


590 


Kidney infection 






1 










630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 


















& puerperiu^ 
















740-759 


Congenital anomalies 


1 






1 






2 


760-779 


Perinatad conditions 


1 




1 


2 








780-799 


Ill-defined 


5 


4 


2 


10 


1 


2 


7 


Residual 


Other diseases 


23 


7 


12 


23 


8 


10 


10 


E800-949 


Unintentional Injury 


6 


2 


5 


14 


2 


13 


7 


E810-825 


Motor vehicle 


2 






9 




7 


3 


E880-888 


Falls 


2 




1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


E950-959 


Suicide & self-inflicted 


















injury 


3 




3 


2 






1 


E960-9/8 


Homicide & injury purpose- 


















ly inflicted by other per- 


















sons & legal intervention 








1 






2 


E980-999 


Other violent deaths 






1 











Page 120 



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123 



Table 46 

SELDCra) RESIDENT MDRTALITY STATISTICS BY COUNTY kW CITIES OVER 90,000*, MINNESOTA, 1985 (CONTT. ) 



Wash- Yellow 





Waseca 


ington 


Watonwan 


Wilkin 


Winona 


Wright 


Medicine 


Unknown 


CEAT«S - Total 


161 


617 


140 


85 


391 


429 


152 


5 


Rate: Age & sex ad3usted 


7.7 


8.5 


8.7 


8.0 


7.8 


7.7 


8.2 


0.0 


Rate: Sex ad3usted-age specific 


















Under 5 years 


2.7 


1.4 


2.0 


1.5 


2.2 


1.4 


0.9 


0.0 


5- 


14 years 


0.0 


0.2 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.4 


0.0 


0.0 


15 


-24 years 


1.4 


0.6 


2.3 


0.0 


0.3 


1.1 


0.5 


0.0 


25 


-44 years 


0.7 


0.8 


1.2 


0.9 


0.7 


1.2 


1.3 


0.0 


45 


-64 years 


6.9 


6.2 


9.1 


5.4 


6.0 


6.6 


6.2 


0.0 


65 years and over 


47.6 


56.6 


50.7 


54.6 


51.1 


47.5 


53.5 


0.0 


Sex: Male 


81 


337 


80 


38 


195 


249 


70 


4 


Female 


80 


280 


60 


47 


196 


180 


82 


1 


Race: White 


160 


615 


140 


85 


391 


429 


149 


5 


Black 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Indian 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 




1 




Other & Unknown 


1 


2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2 


— 


ICDA** 


GAUSS OF EEA'n^ 


















001-139 


Infective-parasitic 


1 


5 




1 




4 


2 




010-018 


Tuberculosis 


- 


1 


— 


— 


*" 








140-208 


Neoplasms-malignant 


28 


140 


27 


14 


88 


85 


28 




150-159 


Digestive 


8 


39 


6 


6 


25 


26 


8 




160-165 


Respiratory 


6 


36 


6 


1 


22 


21 


6 




174-175 


Breast 


2 


12 


1 


2 


6 


7 


3 




179-187 


Genital 


8 


14 


6 


1 


8 


10 


3 




188-189 


Urinary 


2 


2 


2 


1 


4 


4 


1 




204-208 


Leukemia 


1 


8 


1 




2 


3 


3 




250 


Diabetes mellitus 


7 


6 


" 


2 


2 


8 


2 




390-448 


Ma30r cardiovascular 


91 


277 


74 


53 


196 


195 


69 




390-398 


RheuiTQtic heart 


— 


2 


" 


" 


3 


1 


~ 




402,404 


Hypertensive heart 


— 


2 


1 




1 


2 






410-414 


Ischemic heart 


44 


147 


49 


32 


92 


96 


26 




420-429 


Other heart 


22 


54 


8 


6 


49 


47 


20 




400-401, 




















& 403 


Hypertension 


- 




— 


— 


6 


2 


— 


— 


430-438 


Cerebrovascular 


18 


49 


9 


12 


31 


33 


16 




440 


Arteriosclerosis 


2 


9 


3 


1 


6 


5 


2 




460-519 


Respiratory 


6 


58 


10 


9 


27 


35 


21 




480-486 


Pneumonia 


2 


19 


3 


7 


16 


18 


10 




487 


Influenza 


1 


— 


~ 


~ 


~ 


1 


1 




490-491 


Bronchitis 


1 


4 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 




492 


EJnphysema 


- 


4 


- 


1 


— 


1 


1 




493 


Asthma 


— 


3 


— 


— 


1 


1 


— 


— 


531-533 


Ulcer of stomach and 




















Goodenum 


1 


3 


1 




2 




1 




550-553, 


Hernia & intestinal 


















& 560 


obstruction 


1 


2 


1 




3 




2 




571 


Chronic liver disease 




















and cirrhosis 


3 


5 






8 


6 


1 




580-589 


Nephritis, nephrotic 




















syndrome & nephrosis 


4 


5 


4 




2 


7 


1 




590 


Kidney infection 






1 












630-676 


Pregnancy, childbirth 




















& puerperium 


















740-759 


Cbngenital anomalies 


3 


4 




1 


1 


3 






760-779 


Perinatal conditions 


2 


8 


1 




3 


3 


1 




780-799 


Ill-defined 


1 


17 


2 


1 


3 


22 


1 




Res idual 


Other diseases 


6 


39 


6 


4 


35 


23 


17 


1 


£800-949 


Unintentional In3ury 


5 


30 


12 




17 


30 


5 


1 


£810-825 


Motor vehicle 


1 


19 


2 




5 


21 


2 




£880-888 


Falls 


1 


2 


2 




7 


2 


1 




E950-959 


Suicide if self- inflicted 




















in3ury 


2 


15 


1 




2 


7 


1 


1 


£960-978 


Homicide & in3ury purpose- 




















ly inflicted by other per- 




















sons & legal intervention 




1 






1 






1 


£980-999 


Other violent deaths 




2 






1 


i 




1 



* As of the 1980 Census 

** For detailed causes see Table 40 



Page 121 



MARRIAGE 
& DIVORCE 



125 



Table 47 

MARRIAGES i<EPORrED IN MINNESOTA BY STATE OF RESIDENCE 

1985 





Marriages Reported 


Percent ot Marriages 
Reported 


State of Residence 


Rpsirtpncp of 
Bride 


R p s i d pncp of 
Groom 


Bride 


of Residence of 
Groan 


Total 


35,059 


35,059 


100.0 


100.0 


Minnesota* 


32,834 


31,499 


93.7 


89.8 


Other Areas and 
Unknown 


2,225 


3,560 


6.3 


10.2 


Iowa 


142 


241 


0.4 


0.7 


North Dakota 


306 


435 


0.9 


1.2 


South Dakota 


103 


160 


0.3 


0.5 


WiscxDnsin 


356 


521 


1.0 


1.5 


Other States 


1,247 


2,068 


3.6 


5.9 


U.S. Territories 




4 


0.0 


0.0 


Other Nations 


71 


131 


0.2 


0.4 


Unknown 











* The resident totals are not true resident totals for Minnesota. 
Information is not available at the present time on the number of 
Minnesotans who marry in other States. 



12Q 



Page 125 



Table 48 

MARRIAGES, DIVDBCES, AKD AHIUEMEXTO BY C301MIY OF OXURRENCE 
MBteSOIA, 1985 



Unknown 
Divorce or 

C otf^ty Marriage s Divorces Annulments Annulnrnt 

State Total 35,059 14,779 11 5 



AlCKin 


71 


43 






Anoica 


1,459 


929 






Becter 


235 


84 






Beltrami 


332 


144 






Benton 


65 


79 






Big Stone 


53 


18 




— 


Blue Earth 


545 


149 






Brown 


224 


91 






Carlton 


234 


117 






Carver 


274 


123 






Cass 


90 


48 




— 


Chippewa 


90 


35 






Chisago 


210 


100 






Clay 


517 


199 






Clearwater 


65 


22 






Cook 


30 


19 






Cottonwood 


no 


25 






Crow Wing 


389 


189 


_ 




Dakota 


793 


573 


2 




Dodge 


120 


51 






DoL^las 


235 


100 


** 




Faribault 


93 


43 






FillJtDre 


U8 


40 






Freeborn 


270 


130 


_ 




Goodhue 


266 


92 






Grant 


39 


18 






Hennepin 


11,138 


4,129 


2 




Houston 


147 


53 






Hifebard 


106 


51 






Isanti 


167 


83 


1 




Itasca 


304 


172 






Jackson 


83 


32 






Kanabec 


79 


44 


1 




Kandiyohi 


341 


119 






Kittson 


42 


15 






Koochiching 


121 


58 






Lac Qui Parle 


50 


24 






Late 


81 


26 






Late of the Woods 


33 


16 






Le Sueir 


118 


56 






Lincoln 


45 


11 






Lyon 


246 


82 






McLeod 


244 


79 






Mahnoroen 


37 


12 






MarshaU 


70 


23 







Page 126 



Table 48 

MARRIAGES, DiVDiCES, AND ANNUMOTS BY OOINTY OF CXXrURRENCE 
MINNESOTAr 1985 (OOm.) 



unknown 
Divorce or 



Comty 


Marriages 


Divorces 


Annulments 


Annulinent 


Martin 


163 


94 






Heeter 


165 


64 






Mille Lacs 


128 


60 


1 




Morrison 


220 


88 






Mower 


229 


126 


- 


- 


hurray 


54 


23 






Nicollet 


127 


76 






Nobles 


163 


51 




1 


Norman 


53 


20 






OiiDsted 


998 


416 


- 


2 


Otter Tail 


277 


172 






Pennington 


140 


67 




_ 


Pixie 


152 


60 






Pipestone 


73 


32 






Polk 


258 


123 


- 


- 


Pope 


66 


30 






Ramsey 


4,307 


1,817 


1 




Red Late 


31 


12 






Redvood 


131 


37 






Renville 


88 


41 


- 


- 


Rice 


307 


x45 






Rock 


99 


22 






Roseau 


125 


27 






St. Louxs 


1,564 


851 






Soott 


659 


188 




- 


Sherbirne 


202 


116 






Sibley 


87 


21 






Stearns 


1,127 


243 






Steele 


210 


93 






Stevens 


92 


26 






Swift 


74 


17 






Todd 


133 


71 






Trawrse 


32 


11 






Wabasha 


103 


32 






Wadena 


176 


27 






Waseca 




56 






Washing txxi 


784 


514 


1 




Watonwan 


70 


38 






Wilkin 


53 


12 






Winona 


362 


122 






Wright 


405 


164 






Yellow Medicine 


64 


28 






Uh known 











128 



Page 127 



Table 49 

MARRIAGES OCCURRING IN MINNESOI'A 
BY RACE OF BRIDE AND GROOM, 1985 













GROCM 










BRIDE 


TOTAL 


WHITE 


BLACK 


INDIAN 


CHINESE 


JAPANESE 


OTHER* 
ASIAN 


OTHER 


UNKNOWN 


TOTAL 


35,059 


30,585 


686 


231 


32 


12 


163 


11 


3,339 


VWITE 


30,454 


29,868 


221 


99 


11 


10 


53 


7 


185 


BIACK 


476 


40 


419 








1 




16 


INDIAN 


263 


123 


5 


129 






2 




4 


CHINESE 


43 


24 






18 




1 






JAPANESE 


14 


12 


1 






1 








OTHER ASIAN* 


183 


72 


3 








98 




10 


CXIHER 


36 


32 






f 






3 


1 


UNKNOWN 


3,590 


4H 


37 


3 


3 


1 


8 


1 


3,123 



* includes Pacific Islanders 



121;- 



Table 50 
MARRIAGES OCCURRING IN MINNESOTA 
BY ACE OF BRIDE AND GRXM, 1985 



Groan's Age 


Bride's Age 


Total 


Under 
IC 


18-19 


20 


21-24 


25-29 


30-34 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-54 


55-59 


60-64 


65 & 
Over 


Un- 
known* 


Itotal 


35,059 


37 


1,161 


1,587 


11,046 


10,097 


4,786 


2,552 


1,336 


800 


531 


380 


260 


476 


10 


Uxier 18 


372 


15 


145 


66 


116 


25 


4 


1 
















18-19 


3,490 


17 


707 


721 


l,61i 


366 


48 


11 


6 


1 






1 




1 


20 


2,783 


2 


160 


367 


1,648 


493 


83 


24 


3 


1 


2 










21-24 


12,182 


2 


125 


370 


6,354 


4,156 


879 


209 


63 


13 


8 


1 


1 


1 




25-29 


8,061 




17 


51 


1,090 


3,995 


1,964 


662 


175 


70 


19 


12 


3 


2 


1 


30-34 


3,704 




6 


5 


167 


844 


1,324 


852 


323 


113 


38 


25 


4 


3 




35-^9 


1,920 


1 




4 


41 


164 


389 


587 


404 


197 


84 


36 


6 


6 


1 


40-44 


964 


_ 


_ 


2 


4 


38 


65 


149 


272 


234 


120 


51 


22 


7 




45-49 


550 






1 


5 


5 


25 


48 


79 


126 


135 


73 




18 




50-54 


321 










3 


1 


5 


10 


37 


97 


92 


46 


30 




55-59 


195 










3 






1 


5 


16 


60 


60 


50 




60-64 


200 








1 




1 


1 




3 


9 


22 


52 


ill 




65+ 


290 










1 










3 


8 


30 


248 





Unknown* 27 - 1- 9433 



* Includes age specified as legal 



130 



Table 51 

DIVORCES AND miUUWTS BY AGE CP HU6BAND AND WIFE 
MINNESOTA, 1985 



Husband's Age 



Wife's Age 


Total 


15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-54 


55-59 


60-64 


65 & 
Over 




•total 


14,79b 


30 


1,325 


3,026 


2,934 


2,418 


1,711 


1,047 


610 


372 


210 


222 


OtU 


15-19 


128 


15 


88 


18 


6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20-24 


2,382 


12 


1,018 


1,043 


208 


67 


21 


4 


2 


- 


- 


- 


7 


25-29 


3,329 


1 


176 


1,648 


1,119 


273 


66 


25 


7 


2 


1 


- 


11 


30-34 


2,777 


- 


28 


235 


1,355 


852 


207 


58 


16 


8 


1 


1 


16 


35-39 


2,201 


1 


6 


52 


204 


1,051 


642 


165 


40 


20 


7 


3 


10 


40-44 


1,423 


- 


2 


16 


27 


141 


661 


402 


113 


37 


17 


3 


4 


45-49 


743 


- 


- 


4 


4 


17 


72 


343 


203 


66 


25 


7 


2 


50-54 


433 






3 


2 


6 


27 


40 


186 


112 


38 


18 


1 


55-59 


224 




1 




2 




6 


6 


34 


103 


51 


21 




60-64 


139 










1 


1 


2 


7 


17 


53 


58 




65 & Over 


131 












1 




1 


4 


17 


106 


2 


Unknown 


885 


1 


6 


7 


7 


9 


7 


2 


1 


3 




5 


837 



1 I 

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OCCUPATIONAL 
ILLNESS & INJURY 



132 



Table 52 
NUffiER OF INJURIES AND ILJIJESSISS 
BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY 
MINNESCTA, 1984 AND 1985 



Nunber of Injuries and Illnesses 

Percent Change 

Percent Percent 
Industrial Category 1984 of Total 1985 of Total 1984-1985 

Private Sector 

1. Agriculture, Forestry 

and Fisheries 806 1.7 830 1.7 +3.0 



2. Mining 349 0.7 228 0.5 -34.7 

3. Constriction 4,430 9.3 4,577 9.5 + 3.3 

4. Manufacturing 15,147 31.9 14,919 31.1 - 1.5 



5. Transportation and 

Public Utilities 3,%6 8.4 3,781 7.9 - 4.7 



6. Wholesale and Retail 

Trades 9,652 20.4 9,774 20.3 + 1.3 



7. Finance, Insurance 

and Real Estate 757 1.6 723 1.5 - 4.5 



8. Services 7,762 16.4 8,375 17.4 +7.9 

9. Public Sector* 4,5j9 9.6 4,822 10.0 +5.8 



Nonclassified 

Industries 1 0.0 8 0.0 0.0 



Total 47,429 100.0 48,037 100.0 1.3 

* Industrial categories are not differentiated^ Inclines all~government and 
public adminstration data; regardless of industrial category. 

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133 



Table 53 

ANNUAL AVERAGE EMPLOYMENT, PERCEK. OF TOTAL BMPLOYMEWI' AND RATE 
OP OOCUPATIONAL INJURIES AND ILI2ffiSSES PER 1,000 WORKERS BY INDUSTRIAL 
CATEGORY*, MINNESOTA 1984 AND 1985 



Industrial Category 1934 1935 

Mining 

Annual Average Ertployment 9,400 8,336 

Percent 0.5 0.4 

Rate of Injuries Per 1,000 Workers 37.1 27.4 

Construction 

Annual Average Errployment 67,600 71,310 

Percent 3,7 3,8 

Rate of Injuries Per 1,000 Workers 65.5 64.2 

Manufacturing 

Annual Average Ernployment 373,700 375,279 

Percent 20.5 20.1 

Rate of Injuries Per 1,000 Wbrkers 40.5 39.8 

Transportation and Public Utilities 

Annual Average Enployment 96,900 98,353 

Percent 5,3 5^3 

Rate of Injuries Per 1,000 Wbrkers 40.9 38.4 

Wholesale and Retail Trades 

Annual Average Enployment 455,800 465,605 

Percent 25.0 25.0 

Rate of Injuries Per 1,000 Workers 21.2 21.0 

Finance.. Insurance and Real Estate 

Annual Average Enployment 106,100 110,297 

Percent 5^8 5.9 

Rate of Injuries Per 1,000 Workers 7.1 6.6 

Services 

Annual Average Enployment 416,600 434,407 

Percent 22.9 23.3 

Rate of Injuries Per 1,000 Workers 18.6 19.3 

Public Administration and Government 

Annual Average Enployment 293,700 301,185 

Percent 16.1 16.2 

Rate of Injuries Per 1,000 Workers 15.5 16.0 

Total - Average Annual Enployment 1,819,800 1,864,772 

at)tal - Rate of Injuries Per 1,000 Workers 26.1 25.8 



* Occupational injury and illness rates were calculated by dividing the number 
of injuries for an industrial category by the average annual employment and 



are reported as rate per 1,000 workers. 
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Table 54 

NUMBER OF INJURIES AND ILLNESSE;^ 
BY MAJOR OCXXJPATIONAL CATEXjORY 
MINNESOTA, 1984 AND 1985 



Occupaticaial Category 



Number of Injuries and Illnesses 

Percent Change 

Percent Percent 
1984 of Total 1985 of Ttotal 1984-1985 



1. Professional and 
Technical 



2,280 4.8 2,395 5.0 



+ 5.0 



2. Managers and- 

Administrators 



2,284 4.8 2,187 4.6 



4.2 



3. Sales Workers 



862 1.8 



969 2.0 



+12.4 



4. Clerical Workers 

5. Crafts Workers 

6. Operatives 

7. Laborers 



2,451 5.2 2,814 5.9 



8,067 17.0 8,535 17.8 



12,924 27.2 13,027 27.1 



7,924 16.7 7,006 14.6 



+14.8 
+ 5.8 
+ 0.8 
-11.6 



8. Farmers and 

Farm Laborers 



352 0.7 



376 0.8 



+ 6.8 



9. Service Workers 



8,779 18.5 9,458 19.7 



+ 7.7 



Not Reported 



Total 



1,506 3.2 1,270 2.6 



47,429 100.0 48,037 100.0 



-15.7 
+ 1.3 



vage 135 



Table 55 

NUMBER OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES AND ILLNESSES 
BY TYPE OF ACCIDENT 
MINNESOTA, 1984 AND 1985 



Number of Injuries and Illnesses 

Percent Change 

Percent Percent 



Type of Accident 


1984 


of Total 


1985 


of Total 


1984-198! 


Struck Against or By 
Object 


9,036 


19.1 


8,599 


17.9 


- 4.8 


Fall 


7,685 


16.2 


7,485 


15.6 


- 2.6 


Caught In, Under or 
Between Objects 


1,881 


4.0 


1,844 


3.8 


- 2.0 


Abraded 


936 


2.0 


1,063 


2.2 


+13.6 


Motion 


2,896 


6.1 


2,937 


6.1 


+ 1.4 


Over Exertion 


15,124 


31.9 


16,138 


33.6 


+ 6.7 


CcMitact with Electricity 


75 


0.2 


67 


0.1 


-10.7 


Contact with Extreme 
Tonperature 


923 


1.9 


864 


1.8 


- 6.4 


Contact with Radiaticai 
Toxics or Caustics 


1,019 


2.1 


1,067 


2.2 


+ 4.7 


Public Transportation 


11 


0.0 


11 


0.0 


0 0 


Motor Vehicle Accidents 


1,181 


2.5 


1,157 


2.^ 


- 2.0 


Exposure to Noise 


52 


0.1 


<sO 


0.2 


+53.8 


Explosion 


100 


0.2 


70 


0.1 


-30.0 


Non-Highway Motor Vehicle 
Accidents 


NA 


NA 


229 


0.5 


NA 


Accidents, N.E.C. 


459 


1.0 


569 


1.2 


+24.0 


Unclassified Data 


6,051 


12.8 


5,857 


12.2 


- 3.2 


Total 


47,429 


100.0 


48,037 


100.0 


+ 1.3 



Page 136 




Table 56 

NUMBER OF OXUPATIONAL I1>UURIES AND ILLNESSES BY 
NATURE OF rctKJRY 
MINNESOTA, 1984 AND 1985 



Number of Injuries and Illnesses 



Nature of Injury 


1984 


Percent 
of Total 


1985 


Percent 
of Total 


Percent Change 
1984-1985 


Aitputation 


108 


0.2 


91 


0.2 


-15.7 


Laceration 


5,684 


12.0 


5,439 


11.3 


- 4.3 


CcMitusion 


3,801 


8.0 


3,737 


7.8 


- 1.7 


Abrasion 


661 


1.4 


661 


1.4 


0.0 


Heat Burn 


974 


2.1 


885 


1.8 


- 9.1 


Chanical Burn 


338 


0.7 


397 


0.8 


+17.5 


Concussion 


138 


0.3 


128 


0.3 


- 7.2 


Fracture 


3,540 


7.5 


3,205 


6.7 


- 9.5 


Dislocation 


1,519 


3.2 


1,386 


2.9 


- 8.8 


Sprain 


21,278 


44.9 


22,163 


46.1 


+ 4.2 


Hernia 


925 


2.0 


981 


2.0 


+ 6.1 


AsjAiyxia 


9 


0.0 


6 


0.0 


-33.3 


Barometric Effects 


7 


0.0 


1 


0.0 


-85.7 


Frostbite, Freezing 


13 


0.0 


26 


0.1 


+100.0 


Heat Stroke 


10 


0.0 


4 


0.0 


-60.0 


Electric Shock 


52 


0.1 


38 


0.1 


-26.9 


Hearing Loss 


73 


0.2 


97 


0.2 


+32.9 


Infective Diseases 


33 


0.1 


66 


0.1 


+100.0 


Respiratory Diseases 


77 


0.2 


7C 


0.1 


- 9.1 


Pneumoconiosis 


13 


0.0 


12 


0.0 


- 7.7 


Poi oning 


333 


0.7 


309 


0.6 


- 7.2 


Mental Diseases 


114 


0.2 


136 


0.3 


+19.3 


Nervous System Diseases 


420 


0.9 


719 


1.5 


+71.2 


Neoplasm 


9 


0.0 


6 


0.0 


-33.3 


Radiation Effects 


37 


0.1 


31 


0.1 


-16.2 


Dermatitis 


312 


0.7 


289 


0.6 


- 7.4 


Circulatory Syston 


101 


0.2 


162 


0.3 


+60.4 


Heart Conditions (Includes 










Heart Attack) 


238 


0.5 


225 


0.5 


- 5.5 


Eye Diseases 


^7 


0.0 


27 


0.1 


+58.8 


Inflammation of Joints 


1,354 


2.9 


1,232 


2.6 


- 9.0 


Eatorrhoids 


13 


0.0 


16 


0.0 


+23.1 


Multiple Injuries 


1,070 


2.3 


1,216 


2.5 


+13.6 


Unclassified 


4,158 


8.8 


4,276 


8.9 


+ 2.8 


Itotal 


47,429 


100.0 


48,037 


100.0 


+ 1.3 



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137 



Table 57 

NUMBER CF CXXIUPATIONAL INJURIES AND ILLNESSES BY 
PART OF BODY INJURED 
MINNESOTA, 1984 AND 1985 



Number of Injuries and Illnesses 



Part of Body 



Percent 



Percent 



Percent Change 



Head 


1,273 


2.7 


1,180 


2.5 


_ 


7.3 


Eye 


1,166 


2.5 


1,099 


2.3 




5.7 


Neck 


786 


1.7 


864 


1.8 


+ 


9.9 


Upper Extremities, 
Except Finger 


6,850 


14.4 


6,851 


14.3 




0.0 


Finger 


4,541 


9.6 


4,358 


9.1 




4.0 


Trunk, Except Back 


5,011 


10.6 


5,201 


10.8 


+ 


3.8 


Back 


14,621 


30.8 


15,043 


31.3 




2.9 


Lower Extremities, 




ft 7 








1 A 

1.4 


Leg 


3,934 


8.3 


3,871 


8.1 




1.6 


Bcx3y System. 


1,091 


2.3 


1,127 


2.3 


+ 


3.3 


Multiple Parts 


3,405 


7.2 


3,743 


7.8 


+ 


9.9 


Bcx3y Parts Unclassified 


603 


1,3 


612 


1.3 


+ 


1.5 


Total 


47,429 


100.0 


48,037 


100.0 




1.3 



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POPULATION 



POPULATION CF MINNE90IA 



The population of Minnesota grew by an estimated 117,003 persons from 
April 1, 1980 to April 1, 1985.1 The 1985 population of 4,192,973 persons 
represents an increase of 2,9 percent since 1980, Minnesota's population 
growth rate increased between 1984 and 1985 when the state grew by 31,50 9 
persons. This one year change was greater than the 28,130 increase 
experienced in the previous two-year period between 1982 and 1984. 

Minnesota's growth rate of 2,9 percent between 1980 and 1985 was slower 
than the national growth rate of 5,4 percent over the same period. Thirty-one 
states grew faster than Minnesota between 1980 and 1985, In absolute 
numbers, Minnesota's addition of over 117,000 people was surpassed by 21 
other states including the "frostbelt" states of New YorK and New Jersey, 
Despite its relati^/ely slow growth, Minnesota remains twenty-first among the 
states on the basis of population size. Compared with its immediate 
neighbors, Minnesota's growth rate exceeded that of Iowa, Michigan^ Soutli 
Datota and Wisconsin, Although Minnesota's growth rate between 1980 and 1985 
was slower than North Dakota's, Minnesota nas grown in each year since 1980, 
while North Datota lost population between 1984 and 1985, 

Most of the population growth in Minnesota since 1980 has occurred in 
tie siiDurban and rural areas of the state, Th*=^ suburban population increased 
by 8,6 percent between 1980 and 1985 while the rural population increased by 
2,7 percent. Although suburban growth nas outpaced rural growth since 1980, 
both suburban and rural areas are growing slower than they did during the 
1970 's. 

Twelve or ' 'cnty fastest growing cointies in Minnesota are within 
metropolitan ar anong those metropolitan cointieo are eight in the Twin 

Cities area, ai ie counties in tJ-e St, Cloud area and Olmsted County, 
With the exceptio*. of Kandiyohi County in west-central Minnesota and Cook 
County in the northeast corner of the state, the fastest growing 
nonmetropolitan cointies are fomd in the western lakes region of Minnesota 
stretching from Douglas County to Roseau and Lake of the Woods Counties, 
Com ties losing population are fomd in northeastern Minnesota and along the 
southern and western borders of the state. 

The fastest growing oomties in Minnesota are Scott and Sherburne with 
increases of over 15 percent between 1980 and 1985, Six other fast growing 
comties — Datota, Washington, Isanti, Chisago, Anoka and Carver — surromd the 
Twin Cities, Huttord and Beltrami Comties also had rates of growth which 
rank them among the ten fastest growing oomties in Minnesota, Lake Comty^ 
a northeastern Minnesota county plagued by high unemployment in the iron- 



These data are derived from the 1980 census and estimates of the 1985 
population of Minnesota comties, cities, and townships available from the 
Office of State Demographer, Adapted from "Population Notes, August, 1986" 
and "Population Notes, May, 1987," Minnesota State Planning Agency, Office of 
State Demographer, 

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140 



mining industry, had the highest rate of population loss since 1980. Other 
counties with high rates of population loss include Pennington, St. Louis, 
CottCMiwood, Traverse and Yellow Medicine. 

Rapid growth in the Twin Cities suburbs and population losses on the 
Iron Range have resulted in a change in comty population rankings. Hennepin 
and Ramsey remain the first and second largest counties, respectively. 
Dakota County, which added over 26,000 persons iDetween 1980 and 1985, has 
replaced St. Louis County as the third largest county in Minnesota. Anoka 
Coixity remains in fourth place and St. Louis Comty, which lost almost 16,000 
persons since 1980, has dropped to fifth place. 

Minnesota's population change is a result of two factors: natural 
increase (births minus deaths) and migration. Minnesota recorded 
approximately 337,176 births between April 1, 1980 and April 1, 1985. During 
tne same time period, approximately 167,076 deaths were recorded. The 
difference, or natural increase, was 170,100 persons. 

The growth caused by natural increase is to some extent countered by 
loss due to migration. Although natural increase added 170,100 people during 
tne last five years, the population of Minnesota increased by only 117,003 
persons. Between 1980 and 1985 an estimated 53,097 more people moved out of 
Minnesota than moved into the state. This loss is relatively small, 
amomting to 1.3 percent of the total population. 

Twentr/-six Minnesota couities experienced net inmigration between 1980 
and 1985, while the remaining 61 lost more people than they received. 
Couities surrouiaing the Twin Cities (Scott, Sherourne, Datota, Chisago and 
Isanti Comties) and to their west and northwest (HubDard, Kandiyohi, Otter 
Tail and Douglas Counties) had the highest rates of inmigration. The 
agricultural areas in the south and the Iron Range and lumbering areas of 
nor tneas tern Minnesota had the nighest rates of outmigration. Pennington and 
Lake Counties both had outmigration rates exceeding ten percent. Eleven 
couities experienced greater than six percent outmigration rates. 

Please refer to Technical Notes page 4 for explanation of the 
methodology used to produ::^ age and sex estimates by oouity. 



Page 142 



141 



Table 58 




POPULATION ESTIMATES* BY 


REGION, COUNTY, CITIES OVER 
MINNESOTA, 1985 


on fwi»» 


, MTL/ OCA 






TOTAL 


UNDER 5 


5-14 
YRS. 


15-24 
YRS. 


25-44 
YRS. 


45-64 

VDC 

Yno. 


65 & 
UvcH 




STATE TOTAL 
rcrnHL.c 


4,192,973 
2,060,901 

O 1 QO n7o 
£. , IO£ , U/£ 


341,846 
174,958 

^CiC^ QQQ 
lOO , ooo 


606,869 
311,557 


720,850 
362,778 
OOO ,072 


1,276,996 
643,397 
boo , oW 


733,685 

OO^ , 


512,727 
304,438 




NORT>VyESTERN REGION 

rCmHL.C 


163,515 

82,213 
pi 

O 1 , 0\J£. 


13,176 
6,734 

fx AAO 


26,980 
14,235 

l£ , /*tO 


24,605 
12,786 

1 i Q 10 


43,049 

22,028 
o 1 no 1 


29,804 

l*» , /OO 

15,038 


25,901 

1 1 t^lA 
1 1 ,004 

14,237 




NORIHEASTERN REGION 
MALE 

PPMAI P 


324,845 
161,862 


24,155 
12,559 

1 1 ,09D 


47,969 
25,281 


50,006 
25,472 
^*»,o34 


93,355 
48,081 
40, 2/4 


60,516 
30,632 


48,844 
cU,ooo 
28,258 




\^EST CENTRAL REGION 
MALE 

PFIUIAI P 


209,647 
103.599 


16,989 
8,748 


31,131 
15,576 

ic ccc 
1 0 , OOO 


33,571 
17,132 

1 D , 4ocj 


54,815 
27,992 
, o^o 


39,326 

1Q AAC^ 

19,880 


33,815 

I**, /UD 

19,110 




CEffTRAL REGION 
MALE 

PPMAI P 


480,456 
240,333 
, ltd 


44,107 
22,649 

0 1 AtxQ 

c. 1 ,*tOo 


80,076 
40,866 


78,439 
39,710 

OO TOO 

oo , 729 


136,051 
69,616 

DO,4oO 


80,984 

*HJ , O^ 1 

40,463 


60,799 

OA Q71 

33,828 




SOLTTWESTERN REGION 
MALE 
PE^^E 


303,843 
150,830 
153 013 


25,732 
13,277 
12,455 


46,377 
24,027 
22,350 


42,494 
22,440 


79,441 
40,360 


57,817 
29,215 


51,982 

OO lOil 

29,858 




SOLTTH CENTRAL REGION 
MALE 
FB«\LE 


222,836 
110,236 
112,600 


18,367 
9,418 
8,949 


31,878 
16,808 
15,070 


40,256 
20,263 
19,993 


59,460 
30,786 
28,664 


39,779 
19,316 
20^464 


33,106 
13 646 
19!460 




SOLTTVEASTERN REGION 
MALE 
FENVU.E 


412,790 
201,533 
211,257 


34,588 
17,693 
16,895 


60,350 
31,000 
29,350 


69,394 
33,830 
35,564 


118,105 
59,641 
58,664 


73,486 
36,331 
37,155 


56,867 
23,138 
33,729 




METROPOLITAN REGION 
MALE 
PBtALE 


2,075,041 
1,010,295 
1,064,746 


164,732 
83,880 
80.852 


282,108 
143,764 
138,344 


382,085 
191,145 
190,940 


692,730 
344,993 
347,737 


351,973 
171,057 
180,916 


201,413 
75,466 
125,957 










142 










ERLC 



Table 58 



POPULATION ESTIMATES* BY REGION, OOUNTY, CITIES CVER 90 000** A^D SEX 

MINNESOTA, 1985 



5-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 65 & 

TOTAL UNDER 5 YRS. YRS. YRS. YRS. OVER 



AITKIN 


13,390 
6,660 
6,730 


948 
534 
414 


1,960 
932 
1,028 


1,375 
813 
562 


3,461 
1,667 
1,784 


2,789 
1,342 
1,447 


2,867 
1,372 
1,495 


ANuKA 

m.E 

FBAME 


215,572 
108,662 
106,910 


19,628 
10,051 
9,577 


38,732 
20,172 
18,560 


36,535 
18,425 
18,110 


78,851 
39,908 
38,943 


32,023 
16,066 
15,957 


9,803 
4,040 
5,763 


BECKER 
FB^E 


31 , 132 
15,766 
15,376 


2,759 
1,470 
1,289 


5,043 
2,587 
2,466 


4,209 
2,292 
1,917 


8,398 
4,237 
4,161 


5,889 
3,004 
2,885 


4,834 
2,166 
2,668 


BELTR^I 
MALE 
FBiUE 


33,936 
1,728 
16,718 


2,770 
1,368 
1,402 


421 
2,951 
2,470 


"',343 
3,741 
3,602 


8,883 
4,598 
4,285 


5,727 
2,876 
2,851 


3,792 
1,684 
2,108 


BENTON 
M^LE 
Fa*«\LE 


27,026 
13,469 
13,557 


2,713 
1,391 
1,322 


4,031 
1,972 
2,059 


5,153 
2,605 
2,548 


8,009 
4,167 
3,842 


4,096 
2,090 
2,006 


3,024 
1,244 
1,780 


BIG STONE 
MALE 
FB4ALE 


7,934 
3,940 
3,994 


699 
350 
349 


1 ,278 
613 
665 


484 
359 


1 PA7 
1 , oo/ 

1,033 

834 


1 

1 , OOO 

778 
805 


1 anA 

682 

982 


BLUE EARTH 
M^LE 
FEM^LE 


53,277 
25,695 
27,582 


3,970 
2,065 
1,905 


6,796 
3,439 
3,357 


14,469 
6,839 
7,630 


13,497 
6,949 
6,548 


8,062 
3,889 
4,173 


6,483 
2,514 
3,969 


BROAN 
MfllE 
FB4UE 


28,262 
13,536 
14,726 


2,305 
1,204 
1,101 


3,870 
2,088 
1,782 


4,901 
2,244 
2,657 


7, 134 
3,470 
3,664 


5,408 
2,644 
2,764 


4,644 
1,886 
2,758 


CARLTON 
MALE 
FB^LE 


28,530 
14,398 
14,132 


2,314 
1,180 
1J25 


4,629 
2,414 
2,215 


3, 580 
1,912 
1,668 


8,629 
4,424 
4,205 


5,370 
2.686 
2,684 


4,008 
1,773 
2,235 



Table 58 



POPUL/.TlCf.' ESTIMATES* BY REGION, OOUNTY, CITIES OVER 90,000** AND SEX 

MINNESOTA, 1985 



5-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 65 & 

' •''AL UfCER 5 YRS. YRS. YRS. YRS. OVER 



CARVER 


40,660 


3,718 




20,833 


1,951 


FBm.E 


19,827 


1,767 


CASS 


21,362 


1,625 




10,780 


803 


FBm.E 


10,572 


822 


CHIPPBwk 


14,823 


1,269 




7,460 


626 


FBMLE 


7,373 


643 


CHISAGO 


28,376 


2,793 


UMLE 


14,399 


1 ,488 


FBMLE 


13,977 


1 ,305 


CLAY 


49,773 


3,806 




24,307 


1 ,886 




25,406 


1 ,920 


CLEAHAATER 


9,113 


782 


MALE 


4,662 


419 


FB/IALE 


4,451 


363 


COOK 


4,338 


288 


MALE 


2, ilO 


144 


FB4ALE 


2,228 


144 


ocr^ON^00D 


13,832 


1,120 


MALE 


6,791 


613 


FBylALE 


7,041 


507 


CRCWWING 


42,897 


3,584 


MALE 


20,753 


1,819 


FBMLE 


22,14*i 


1,765 



6,376 


7,630 


12r848 


6,415 


3,673 


3,436 


4,084 


6 679 


970 


1 si'^ 


2,940 


3,546 


6 269 




9 i6n 


3,231 


2,423 


5,204 


4,721 


4.148 


1 ,553 


1 4nR 


p 64n 

£ , 0*K/ 




9 n9ft 


1 !678 


1 017 




9 %Q 




2,C65 


1,711 


4,052 


2,978 


2,748 


1,118 


920 


2 195 


1 AR7 


1 1*^ 


947 


791 




1 ^^91 


1 ^1A 


4,853 


3,796 


8,924 


4,574 


3,436 


2,466 


2 060 






1 f^1 1 


2,387 


1 736 




9 ^91 




6,685 


12,737 


13,133 


7,865 


5,547 


3,269 




6 Qin 


Qin 


9 


3^416 


6 609 






^ 9A^ 


1,636 


1,200 


2,242 


1,609 


1,644 


833 


734 


1,139 


766 


772 


803 


466 


1,103 


844 


872 


635 


445 


1,444 


848 


678 


333 


212 


701 


412 


308 


302 


233 


743 


436 


370 


2,008 


1,647 


3,464 


2,858 


2,746 


910 


952 


1,772 


1,422 


1,122 


1,098 


695 


1,682 


1,436 


1,623 


6,453 


5,091 


11,913 


8,645 


7,211 


3.132 


2,459 


5,992 


4,147 


3,204 


3,321 


2,632 


5,921 


4,498 


4,007 



er|c 



144 



Table 58 



POPULATION ESTIf^TES* BY REGION, COUNTY, CITIES OVER 90,000** , AfO SEX 

MINNESCfTA, 1985 



5-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 65 & 

TOTAL UMDER 5 YRS. YRS. YRS. YRS. OVER 



CWKOTA 


220,831 


20,039 


37,433 


36,498 


79,529 


33,500 


13,832 




109,863 


10,099 


19,183 


18,525 


39,458 


17,024 


6,574 


FBIM.E 


110,968 


9,940 


18,250 


17,973 


40,071 


16,476 


8,258 




1 C OCT 

15,25/ 


1 ,b/z 


2,721 


1 ,832 


4,783 


2,288 


1 ,961 


m.E 


7,698 


793 


1,369 


1,081 


2,441 


1,164 


850 


FB«\LE 


7,559 


879 


1,352 


751 


2,342 


1,124 


1,111 


rw n AC 


29,912 


2,502 


4,346 


4,578 


7,788 


5,644 


5,054 




14,587 


1,246 


2,175 


2,292 


3,901 


2,779 


2,194 


FBMLE 


15,325 


1,256 


2,171 


2,286 


3,887 


2,865 


2,860 


C AQ t DAI ■ T 


lO, /ZU 


1 ,040 


2,o93 


1 ,943 


4,633 


4,092 


3,613 




9,008 


790 


1,509 


1,096 


2,263 


1,905 


1,446 


FBMLE 


9,712 


756 


1,384 


847 


2,370 


2,187 


2,168 


r 1 LUVUnC 


21 ,614 


■1 TOO 


3,435 


2,372 


5,762 


4, 161 


4, 146 




10,817 


983 


1,894 


1,248 


2,837 


2,028 


1,827 


FBIMLE 


10,797 


755 


1,541 


1,124 


2,925 


2,133 


2,319 


FREEBORN 


34,963 


2,793 


5,172 


4,681 


9,559 


7,041 


5,717 


MALE 


17,087 


1,357 


2,650 


2,468 


4,919 


3,463 


2,330 


FBMLE 


17,876 


1,436 


2,622 


2,213 


4,640 


3,57P 


3,387 


GDGOHUE 


39,996 


3,476 


6,143 


5,506 


11,102 


7,317 


6,462 




19,942 


1,806 


3,249 


3,091 


5,500 


3,653 


2,643 


F»MLE 


20,054 


1,670 


2,894 


2,415 


5,602 


3,664 


3,809 


GRANT 


7,176 


535 


1,261 


584 


1,749 


1,405 


1,642 


MMLE 


3,557 


304 


669 


330 


819 


708 


727 


FBylALE 


3,619 


231 


592 


254 


930 


697 


915 


HENNEPIN 


960,606 


67,827 


110,742 


185,521 


318,150 


171,113 


107,253 


MME 


462 , 222 


34,113 


56,384 


92,368 


157,327 


82,476 


39,554 


FBiWLE 


498,384 


33,714 


54,358 


93,153 


160,823 


88,637 


67,699 



ERIC 



Table 58 



POPULATION ESTIMMES* BY REGION, COUNTY, CITIES CVER 90,000** , AfD SEX 

MINNESOTA, 1985 



5-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 65 & 

TOTAL UMDER 5 YRS. YRS. YRS. YRS. OVER 



HOUSTON 


18,982 


1,590 


2,931 


2,590 


5,399 


3,608 


2,864 




9.650 


877 


1,483 


1,456 


2,803 


1,805 


1,226 


FBM.E 


9,332 


713 


1,448 


1,134 


2,596 


1,803 


1,638 


HUBBARD 


15,348 


1,182 


2,616 


1,723 


4,398 


2,800 


2,629 


I^E 


7,411 


503 


1,274 


807 


2,194 


1,412 


1,221 


Faw.E 


7,937 


679 


1,342 


916 


2,204 


1,388 


1,408 


ISAffTI 


26,080 


2,313 


4,843 


3,721 


8,476 


3,961 


2,766 




12,686 


1,181 


2,401 


1,745 


4,167 


1,999 


1,193 


FEMfSLE 


13,394 


1,132 


2,442 


1,976 


4,309 


1,962 


1,573 


ITASCA 


44,141 


3,593 


7,467 


5,779 


13,209 


7,963 


6,130 


I^E 


22,609 


1,947 


4,175 


2,908 


6,810 


3,949 


2,820 


FByVVLE 


21,532 


1,646 


3,292 


2,871 


6,399 


4,014 


3,310 


JACKSON 


13,454 


1,204 


1,950 


1,980 


3,536 


2,528 


2,266 


MALE 


6,761 


664 


967 


1,095 


1,843 


1,226 


966 


FBW.E 


6.693 


540 


983 


885 


1,693 


1,302 


1,290 


KANABEC 


12,594 


1,156 


2,184 


1,704 


3,429 


2,282 


1,839 


MALE 


6,286 


608 


1,116 


856 


1,750 


1,118 


838 


FB^E 


6,308 


548 


1,068 


348 


1,679 


1,164 


1,001 


KAM)I>0H1 


39,902 


3,287 


5,745 


7, 131 


11,090 


6,860 


5,789 


MALE 


19,604 


1,663 


2,920 


3,423 


5,617 


3,462 


2,619 


FB4ALE 


20,298 


1,624 


2,825 


3,708 


5,473 


3,398 


3,270 


KITTSON 


6,755 


540 


879 


803 


1,781 


1,400 


1,352 


MALE 


3,355 


286 


44-1 


346 


957 


701 


621 


FB^ALE 


3,400 


254 


435 


457 


824 


699 


731 


KOOCHICHING 


16,596 


1,330 


2,780 


2,233 


4,676 


3,303 


2,274 


MALE 


3,277 


674 


1,460 


1, 141 


2,335 


1,637 


1,030 


FB4ALE 


8,319 


656 


1,320 


1,092 


2,341 


1,666 


1,244 



ERIC 



Table 58 





POPULATION ESTIMMES* BY 


REGION, COUNTY, CIT 


lES OVER 


90 000** 


AMD SEX 








MINNESOTA, 


1985 














0-1 4 


15-24 


25-44 


45-64 


65 & 






UMJcR 5 


YRS. 


YRS. 


YRS. 


YRS. 


OVER 


U%j \jUI rWtc 






1 ,OU2 


1 ICT 

1 , 157 


2,633 


2, 125 


2,080 




*^ 1 77 




TOO 

722 


650 


1,374 


1 ,056 


942 




5,156 


403 


780 


507 


1 ,259 


1 ,069 


1 , 138 






fiC 1 


1 T 1 0 


1 , 136 


3,601 


2,667 


1,612 


MME 




*fO I 


QTT 


CTfi 

d79 


1 ,988 


1 ,408 


727 


FB*VLE 


5,426 


370 


842 


457 


1,613 


1 ^259 


885 


Lmt vj" int WXU5 


O OQO 
O , OOD 


OQO 


487 


520 


1,018 


902 


878 






ICO 


308 


294 


522 


383 


299 


FB«^LE 


1.914 


115 


179 


226 


496 


519 


379 




7fi7 


0 1 00 


0 0 1C 
0,010 


3 , 226 


6,626 


4,443 


3,535 




19 HQI 


1 niyi 


1 ,yo4 


1 ,839 


3,464 


2, 181 


1 ,549 


FBlMLE 


11,736 


1,108 


1,831 


1,387 


3, 162 


2^262 


1 ,986 








1 0 TO 

1 ,278 


TT/\ 

770 


1,793 


1,648 


1,675 




0 OQQ 


07C5 


COT 

d87 


459 


917 


818 


742 




3,907 


366 


591 


311 


876 


830 


933 


LTvJIM 




9 QlQ 


0 Q7C 

o,y/o 


4,94y 


6,696 


4,243 


3,679 


MU.E 






0 noo 


2 ,345 


3,493 


2,079 


1 ,545 


FBfMLE 


13,058 


1,060 


1,893 


2,604 


3,203 


2, 164 


2, 134 






0 TOT 

^, /o7 


4,797 


4,353 


8,664 


5,307 


4,382 




1A Q07 


1 , 4/1 


2,557 


2, 162 


4,304 


2 608 


1 82') 




15,363 


1 ,316 


2,240 


2 191 


4,360 


2,699 






5,616 


456 


1,173 


718 


1,312 


1,038 


919 




2,909 


223 


573 


446 


681 


530 


457 


FBM.E 


2,707 


233 


600 


273 


631 


508 


462 


^4^RSHALL 


12,800 


1,073 


2,366 


1,294 


3,468 


2,514 


2,085 


MME 


6,612 


629 


1,189 


698 


1,822 


1,313 


961 


FByVME 


6,188 


444 


1,177 


596 


1,646 


1,201 


1,124 



ERIC 



l^le 58 





POPULATION ESTIMATES* BY 


REGION, COUNTY, CITIES CVER 
MINNESOTA, 1985 


90,000** 


A^D SEX 




TOTAL 


UNDER 5 


5-14 
YRS. 


15-24 
YRS. 


25-44 
YRS. 


45-64 
YRS. 


65 & 
0^/ER 


MMRTIN 

FBMLE 


24,398 
12,397 
12,001 


1999 
1,071 
928 


3,595 
2,016 
1,579 


3,219 
1,739 
1,480 


6.606 
3,572 
3,034 


4,708 
2,229 
2,479 


4,271 
1,770 
2,501 


MEEKER 
MMLE 
FBIMLE 


21 , 120 
10,726 
10,394 


1,913 
1,005 
908 


3,487 
1,848 
1,639 


2,539 
1,423 
1,116 


5,706 
2,927 
2,779 


4,069 
2,070 
1,999 


3,406 
1.453 
1.953 


MILLE LACS 

m.E 
fem.E 


18,623 
9,429 
9,194 


1,765 
994 
771 


3,036 
1,661 
1,375 


2,260 
1,279 
981 


4,990 
2,512 
2,478 


3,422 
1,601 
1,821 


3,150 
1.382 
1.768 


M3RRI90N 

m.E 

FBMLE 


30, 114 
14,890 
15, 124 


2,932 
1,499 
1,433 


5,5 6 
2, 34 
2,652 


4,118 
2,162 
1,956 


7,633 
3,763 
3,870 


5,522 
2,761 
2,761 


4.393 
1,941 
2.452 


MOVER 
MALE 
FEMALE 


39,589 
19.101 
20,488 


3,060 
1,590 
1,470 


5,699 
2,^27 
2,8/2 


5,144 
2,684 
2,460 


9.716 
4,852 
4,864 


9.095 
4,358 
4,737 


6,875 
2,790 
4,085 


MURRAY 
MALE 
FBMLE 


1 1 , 233 
5,639 
5,594 


891 
439 
452 


1,920 
1,019 
901 


1,283 
685 
598 


2,878 
1,505 
1,373 


2,304 
1,107 
1,197 


1,957 
884 
1,073 


NIOOLLET 
MALE 
FBIALE 


28, 190 
14,429 
13,761 


2,251 
1,136 
1,115 


4,049 
2,124 
1,925 


6,251 
3,305 
2,946 


8,325 
4,451 
3,874 


4,258 
2,164 
2,094 


3,056 
1,249 
1,807 


NOBLES 
mLE 
FBMALE 


21,744 
10,445 
11,299 


1,664 
816 
848 


3,144 
1,532 
1,612 


3,387 
1,793 
1,594 


5,410 
2,593 
2,817 


4,429 
2,200 
2,229 


3,710 
1,511 
2,199 


NORMAN 
MALE 
FBtlALE 


9,198 
4,489 
4,709 


741 
328 
413 


1,481 
797 
684 


905 
498 

407 


2,217 
1,066 
1,151 


1,865 
912 
953 


1,989 
888 
1, 101 



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148 



Table 58 





POPULATION ESTIMATES* BY 


REGION, OOJtfVf. CITIES CVER 


90,000** , 


AMD SEX 








iVl 1 rnmlZKJ 1 M , 
















5-14 


16-24 


25-44 


46-64 


65 & 




TOTAL 


urc^ER 5 


YRS. 


YRS. 


YRS. 


YRS. 


CVER 


0LM5TH) 


98.033 


8,235 


13,369 


18,809 


31,982 


16,139 


9,499 


MALE 


46.699 


4,222 


7,006 


8,063 


15,871 


8,076 


3,461 


FBM.E 


fil 334 


*r , yj to 


Q , OQO 


in 74A 


^f\ 111 

lO ,111 


8,0£3 


6,038 


OlltR TAIL 


55,071 


4,350 


8,267 


6,418 


14,636 


11,116 


10,284 


MALE 


27,071 


2,298 


4,051 


3,311 


7,331 


5,475 


4,605 


FBMLE 


nnn 


9 fV?9 




in7 

o , lU/ 


/ , oKjO 


5,641 


5,679 


PENNINGTON 


13,88i0 


1, 123 


2,067 


2,334 


3,844 


2,300 


2,222 


MALE 


6,857 


611 


1,047 


1,125 


2,031 


1,118 


925 


FB4ALE 






• 1 fiin 




1 ftiQ 


1,182 


1,297 


PINE 


20,967 


1,700 


3,421 


2,673 


5,977 


4,031 


3,165 


MALE 


10,860 


871 


1,759 


1,446 


3,212 


2, 119 


1,453 




10 107 




1 PJM 


1 997 


c. , /DO 


1,912 


1,712 


PIPESTONE 


11,302 


923 


1,696 


1,515 


2,636 


2,314 


2.218 


MALE 


5,452 


436 


854 


867 


1,266 


1,112 


917 




S 850 


487 


Oft 




1 ^7n 

1 , 0/U 


1,202 


1,301 


POLK 


34,197 


2,607 


5,665 


5,297 


8,711 


6,337 


5,580 


^AALE 


17,070 


1,392 


3, 129 


2,806 


4,285 


3,076 


2,382 


FB4^LE 


17 197 




£ , OOO 




4,426 


3,261 


3,198 


POPE 


11,780 


1,029 


1,802 


1,102 


2,951 


2,610 


2,286 


MALE 


5,838 


534 


890 


573 


1,575 


1,261 


1,006 


FQ4ALE 


5,942 


495 


912 


529 


1,376 


1,349 


1,281 


RAMSFY 


460,662 


37,597 


56,100 


89,926 


139,468 


82,232 


55,339 




220,075 


19,439 


28,108 


44,077 


69,968 


38,490 


19.993 


FB^ E 


240,587 


18, 158 


27,992 


46,849 


69,500 


43,742 


35,346 


RTO LAKE 


5,147 


423 


1,037 


612 


1,337 


373 


865 


MALE 


2,547 


201 


501 


328 


693 


418 


406 


FB/VU. : 


2,600 


222 


536 


284 


644 


A55 


459 



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Table 58 





POPULATION ESTIMATES* BY 


REGION, COUNTY, GIT 


1 PQ Pik/PD 

1 Co vyvCri 


on fwit f 


AKT) CPY 
MIMJ OCA 








MINNESOTA, 


1985 














5-14 


16-24 


OC A A 


Atz a A 


DO 01 




TOTAL 


UMDER 5 


YRS. 


YRS. 


VDC 

YKo. 


YKb- 


L/vcK 


rioJAUUU 


18,715 


1,476 


3,072 


2, 171 


5,002 


3,400 


3,594 


kJAI c 


9,456 


746 


1,607 


1,403 


O ACM 

2,454 


1 ,720 


1 , 526 


FB^E 


9,259 


730 


1,465 


768 


2,548 


1,680 


2,068 


nCWV 1 LLC 


19,466 


1,617 


3,092 


2,225 


4,947 


4, Ooo 


3,517 




9,677 


810 


1,689 


1,190 


O A AO 


2,025 


1 ,515 




9,789 


807 


1,403 


1,035 


2,499 


2,043 


2,002 


rtiuc 


47,431 


3,902 


6,819 


10,781 


■1 0 a^A 

12,994 


7 ,242 


5,d93 




23,139 


1,880 


3,385 


5,357 


6,542 


3,629 


2,347 


FBAME 


24,292 


2,022 


3,434 


5,424 


6,462 


3,614 


3,346 




10,599 


963 


1 ,635 


1 ,429 


£, /£2 


Z, lOU 


1 , /ou 




5,070 


496 


805 


666 


1 OAC 

1 ,o4o 


1 ,uz/ 


/ol 


FB^E 


5,529 


467 


830 


763 


1,377 


1,073 


1,019 




13,637 


1 , 1S6 


2, 162 


1 ,856 


3,o3o 


2 ,439 


2, 14o 


MAI P 


7,109 


606 


1,189 


964 


2 ,U4U 


1 ,£Od 


1 ,u4o 




6,528 


590 


973 


892 


1,798 


1,177 


1,098 


QT in HQ 


206,264 


14,831 


28,779 


35,458 


5o,345 


37 ,o7d 


31 , 275 


AiAl p 


101,5'>8 


7,590 


16,090 


17,807 


30, 156 


18,450 


12,555 


FBM.E 


104,616 


7,241 


13,689 


17,651 


28,189 


19,126 


18,720 




51 , 195 


4,918 


9,557 


8,060 


17,402 


7,292 


0 , %JOO 




26,012 


2,525 


5,023 


4,278 


8,774 


3 ,723 


1 ,689 




25,183 


2,393 


4,534 


3,782 


O ,D^O 


^ RAO 




SHERBURNE 


34,690 


3,179 


6,724 


5,452 


11,654 


4,784 


2,897 


MALE 


17,431 


1,579 


3,375 


2,83? 


5,973 


2,410 


1,261 


FEMME 


17,259 


1,600 


3,349 


2 819 


5,681 


2,374 


1,636 


SIBLEY 


15,701 


1,334 


2,6''9 


2,081 


3,936 


3,021 


2,750 


MALE 


7,898 


681 


1,349 


1,061 


2,091 


1,466 


1,250 


FEMALE 


7,803 


653 


1,230 


1,020 


1,845 


1,656 


1,500 



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150 



Table 58 





POPULATION ESTIMATES* BY 


REGION, COUNTY, CITIES OVER 
MINNESOTA, 1985 


90,000** 


, AMD sex 




TOTAL 


UM3ER 5 


5-14 
YRS. 


15-24 
YRS. 


25-44 
YRS. 


46-64 
YRS. 


65 & 
OVER 


FEKMLE 


114,921 
57,822 
57,099 


10,314 
5,434 
4,880 


17,642 
9,266 
8,376 


27,671 
13,464 
14,207 


29,305 
15^311 
13,994 


18,235 
9,226 
9,009 


11,754 
5,121 
6,633 


CTCCI C 

FQ»LE 


30,643 
15,060 
15,583 


2,821 
1,415 
1,406 


4,495 
2,224 
2,271 


4,612 
2,318 
2,294 


9,076 
4,682 
4,394 


5,475 
2,675 
2,800 


4,164 
1,746 
2,418 


QTPWPMC 

m.E 

FBMLE 


11,261 
5,695 
5,566 


893 
455 
438 


1 ,593 
852 
741 


2,340 
1^291 
1.049 


1.497 
1.249 


1,947 
883 
1,064 


1,742 
717 
1,025 


DMLE 
FBMLE 


12,641 
6,488 
6,153 


1,029 
575 
454 


2,033 
1,175 
8 3 


1 ,463 
837 
626 


3,291 
l!682 
1,609 


2,443 
1,177 
1,266 


2,382 
1,042 
1,340 


MALE 
FBMLE 


25,653 
13,033 
12,620 


2,496 
1,303 
1, 193 


< y61 

2,242 
2,109 


3,228 
1,837 
1,391 


6,686 
3,359 
3,327 


4,929 
2,461 
2,468 


3.963 
1,831 
2,132 




5,188 
2,576 
2,612 


390 
210 
180 


809 
429 
380 


472 
253 
219 


1 ,223 
600 
623 


1,205 
608 
597 


1,089 
476 
613 


MIME 
FBMLE 


U,298 
9,777 
9,521 


1,693 
852 
841 


2,886 
1,510 
1,376 


2,477 
1,319 
1,158 


5,578 
2,939 
2,639 


3,549 
1,822 
1,727 


3,115 
1,335 
1,780 


MAOENA 
MUE 
FB«\LE 


13,880 
6,564 
7,316 


1,003 
454 
549 


2,542 
1,167 
1,375 


1,696 
893 
803 


3,578 
1,734 
1,844 


2,641 
1,249 
1 ,392 


2,420 
1,067 
1,353 


WVSECA 
MALE 
FaiALE 


18,716 
9,407 
9,309 


1,835 
934 
901 


2,667 
1,453 
1,214 


2,817 
1,469 
1,348 


5,446 
2,797 
2,649 


3,325 
1,683 
1,642 


2,626 
1,071 
1,555 





ERIC 



Table 58 





POPULATION ESTIMATES^ BY 


REGION, COUNTY, CITIES O/ER 


90,000** 


, AfO SEX 








Ml NNcSOTA, 


1985 














5-14 


15-24 


25-44 


**0— OH 


OO o( 




TOTAL 


UMDER 5 


fRS. 


YRS. 


YRS. 


YRS. 


OVER 


WASHINGTON 


125,515 


11,005 


23, 168 


17,915 


46,482 


1Q QClQ 




MME 


62,628 


5,702 


11,458 


9,388 


22,979 


10,008 


3,093 


FBd^E 


02,887 


5,303 


11 ,''10 


8,527 


23,503 


9,390 


4,454 




11,805 


1,005 


1,614 


1,349 


3,247 




^ , I^O 




5,835 


523 


846 


671 


1,729 


1,164 


912 




5,970 


482 


768 


678 


1 ,518 


1,308 


1,216 


Wl LK 1 N 


8,354 


725 


1,325 


1 , 131 


2,191 


1 ,D**0 


1 , OO/ 




4,152 


345 


654 


662 


1,122 


818 


551 


FBAME 


4,202 


380 


671 


469 


1 ,069 


827 


786 


WINONA 


46,984 


3,608 


6,680 


10,590 


12,154 


/ , O/ 1 


C QQ1 
O , OO 1 


WALE 


22,563 


1,918 


3,503 


4,745 


6,155 


3,659 


2,583 


FB^E 


24 , 42 1 


1 ,690 


3 , 1 77 


5,845 


5,999 


3,912 


3,7^*^ 


WRIGHT 


63,283 


6,534 


11,249 


9,463 


20,273 




o ,ooo 




31,831 


3,225 


5,892 


4,665 


10,415 


4,735 


2,399 


i ^LE 


o 1 ,4o2 




C OCT 

5,357 


4,788 


9,858 


4,406 


3,. '34 


YELLOVKEDICINE 


12,788 


1,093 


1,700 


1 ,941 


3,064 




^ , **ou 


MALE 


6,525 


599 


922 


1,086 


1,592 


1,258 


1,068 


F^UE 


6,263 


494 


778 


855 


1 ,472 


1,302 


1,362 


min:€Afolis 






Qi CCA 


/D ,uyo 


1 1 / , lU 1 


cp AHA 


PIC 70K 
OO /^O 


M^LE 


171,214 


12,110 


16,047 


37,532 


59,755 


26, 105 


19,665 


FSAME 


190,876 


11,996 


15,617 


38,561 


57,346 


30,296 


37,060 


ST PAUL 


267,810 


21,732 


29,231 


52,274 


76,681 


46,399 


41,493 




125, 3€3 


11,154 


14,734 


25,204 


38,819 


20,917 


14,538 


FB4ME 


142,444 


10,578 


14,497 


27,070 


37,862 


25 482 


26,955 


DULLfTH 


85,037 


5,486 


10,478 


16,450 


23,130 


14,744 


14,749 


MME 


40,288 


2,766 


5,504 


7,935 


11.743 


6,968 


5,372 


F0VVU.E 


44,749 


2,720 


4,974 


^.515 


11.387 


7,776 


9,377 



L52 

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APPENDICES 



i53 



APPENDIX A 
DEFINITIONS 



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Page 157 



DEFEWTia^S 



ABCXCnai, INDUCED: 

The intentional^ premature removal from the uterus of a non- viable 
fetus. 

ABORTION PRXE3XBBS: 

Dilation and curettage (sharp curettage); Mechanical dilation of 
the cervix with removal of the uterine contents by scraping the 
uterine wall with a surgical curette. 

(Dilation and Evacuation^ D & E)^ (Laminar ia and curettage) : 
Dilation of the cervix by insertion of laminaria several hours 
before removal of uterine contents by suction and sharp curettage. 

Hysterectomy/hysterotomy : Removal of the fetus by means of a 
surgical incision made in the uterine wall. In the case of 
hysterectomy y the entire uterus is renoved. 

Menstrual extraction (m. regulation^ m. induction): Evacuation of 
tne uterine contents by suction curettage^ usually before the 
diagnosis of pregnancy is reliable. Urine pregnancy test may ne 
negative (-) or positive (+) . 

Prostaglandin ; Induction of labor by injection of a prostaglandin 
(naturally occurring hormone) solution into the amniotic sac. 
Laminaria are often inserted in the cervix several hours before the 
injection to aid dilation. Other hormones may be given 
intravenously to assist labor. 

Saline/fluid exchange ; Induction of labor by injection of a 
sterile salt solution into the amniotic sac. LaminaiT^a are often 
inserted in the cervix several hours before the injection to aid 
dilation. 

Vacuum curettage ; Mechanical dilation of the cervix with removal 
of the uterine contents by low pressure suction created by an 
electric suction pump. 

ABOkflGN, RESIOEMT; 

Abortions to Minnesota residents which occurred m Minnesota ana 
were reportea during this Surveillance period. 

CAUSE OP DEAXH: 

The Ninth Revision of the Internatiaiai Classification of Diseases 
(ICD) was used. 

Page 159 

ERIC 



OGMPLICKPIOBS OP JwrfflCH) ABQRPICK: 



Any unfavorable condition related to the abortion as reported by 
the provider facility including: hemorrhage (more than 500 ml), 
pelvic infection, fever, cervical injury, uterine perforation, or 
retained tissue. 

ClSEnE: 



A spoon-shaped surgical instrunent. 

CURBTIAGE: 



The removal of material from the uterine wall with a curette. 
Also, the induction of endometrial bleeding by administration and 
withdrawal of any progestational agent. 

FEIAL 0EA3H: 



Fetal death is death prior to the complete expulsion or extraction 
of a product of conception from its mother, irrespective of the 
duration of pregnancy. In this summary only the fetal deaths of 20 
weeks or more are reported. 



FEIAL DEASH OBSXRz 



The nunber of fetal deattis incluiing the current fetal death. 

GESIAnON: 



Tne period of development of the fetus, expressed in completed 
weeRs, calculated from the first day of the last menstrtal period 
lIMP). 

HlOa RISK BliOH: 



A birth is classified as high risk if any of the following 
conditions exist: 

Motf ler ' s age : Less than 17 years or over 39 years. 
Prenatal care ; Less than 3 visits. 

Condition not related to pregnancy : Tuberculosis, rubella, 

diabetes, cardiac condition, or urinary tract infection. 

Condition related to p-'egnancy : Hydramnios or toxemia. 

Condition of labor ; Prolonged labor. 

Birth weight ; 2,499 grams or less (5 lb. 8 oz.) 

Birtn injury; To brain, spinal cord, fractures, other bone inj ury, 

paralysis, or nerve injuries. 

Birth condition ; Hemolytic diseases of newborn, hyaline membrane 
D, respiratory distress syndrone, or atelectasis. 
Congenital anocnaly . 



Pag? 160 



ERLC 



A deatn mder one year of age. 



LAMINARIA: 



Sterile, dried marine plant steins which are capable of expanding 
with fluid absorption. 

LIVE BIRIH: 

Live birth mean? the complete expulsion or extraction trom its 
mother of a product of conception, irrespective of the duration of 
pregnancy, which after such separation breathes or shows any other 
evidence of life sucn as beating of the heart, pulsation of the 
unbilicai ocrd, or definite movement of volintary muscxes, whether 
or not the unbilicai cord has been cut or the placenta is attached, 
eacn product of such a birth is considered a live born. 

LIVE BIKEB OOJERi 

The nunber of live births including the current birth. 
MAXERN/VL VBUmz 

Maternal death is a death attributable to delivery or a 
complication of pregnancy, childbirth, or the puerperium, as 
defined by the International Classification ot Diseases. 

NBONAXAL DiSVIH: 

A death to an infant mder 28 days of age. 



RATE: 



BBGION: 



Rates are given per x,000 except for certain causes of death when 
they are stated as per 100,000. See Technical Notes, page 8 tor 
ex£ lanations of specific rates incxided in this report. 



Region refers to the eight (Minnesota Department of Health 
Districts. Region names and comties within regions follow: 

Northwestern: Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Kittson, Lake of the 
Woods, Mahnomen, Marshall, Norman, Pennington, 
Polk, Red Lake and Roseau 

Northeastern: Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake, 
and St. Louis 



1^7 



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West Central: 



Becker, Clay, Douglas, Grant, Otter Tail, Pope, 
Stevens, Traverse, and Wilkin 



Central: 



Benton, Cass, Chisago, Crow Wing, Isanti, Kanabec, 
Mille Lacs, Morrison, Pine, Sherburne, Stearns, 
Todd, Wadena, and Wright 



Southwestern: 



South Central: 



Southeastern: 



Metropolitan: 



Big Stone, Chippewa, Cottonwood, Jacki::on, 
Kandiyohi, Lac Qui Parle, Lincoln, Lyon, McLeod, 
Meeker, Murray, Nobles, Pipestone, Redwood, 
Renville, Rock, Swift, and Yellow Medicine 

Blue Earth, Brown, Faribault, Le Sueur, Martin, 
Nicollet, Sibley, Waseca, and Watonwan 

Dodge, Fillmore, Freeborn, GoodniB, Houston, Mower, 
Olmsted, Rice, Steele, Wabasha, and Winona 

Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsev, Scott, and 
Washing *'on. 



RESIEBiCB: 



This is the geographic area of the usual place of abode of the 
deceased at the time of death, of the mother in the case of live 
births or fetal deaths, and of the induced abortion recipient. 
This means, in general, the place where one lives and sleeps most 
of the time. However, when ustal residence is in a nursing home or 
other institution, where the patient resided for the purpose of 
receiving care, residence is coded to the place where the patient 
lived prior to admission to the institution. 

SESICeNT FEBCENXAGB, VEBOBOED INDUCQ) ABORTIGNS: 

The nunber of Minnesota residents receiving indix^ed abortions per 
100 total reported inatced abortions occurring in Minnesota. Most 
tables relating to abortions incluJe resident percentages pertinent 
to selected variables contained within the individual tables. 



TRIMBS3ER: 



One third of the total gestational period necessary for a full- term 
pregnancy. Thirteen weeks are allotted to each trimester. T'v, 
count of weeks begins with the first day of the last menstropi. 
period. 



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158 



APPENDIX B 



DATA COLLECTION INSTRUMENTS 



1^9 



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ERIC 



LOCAL riLC NUMSCR 



Figure 20 

MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 
Stction of Vital Stetiitia 

CERTIFICATE OF DEATH 



^0. AOE LAST 


4b.UND»0NEYEAR 


te.UNOnONEOAY 


S.OATE Of MITH 


MONTH 


OAY YCAR 


6.IACf 


1 

spccir Y 


70. COUNTY OP DEATH 




HOURS MINUTCS 















1.0ICEASE0-NAME 



STATC PILC NUMBER 



2. SEX 



3. DATE OF DEATH mOntm oay year 



7b. LOCATION OF OEATH JcnY.v»LLACC or townsmi^i 




f AKT 9 OTHEK SIONirtCANT CONDITIONS 


21 0. AUTOPSY 

SPECIFY YCS ORNQ 


21b. trntwtfftRNOMCScotvotRio 

M OlTlaMMIMC CAUSf Of OIAth 


^c- ACCIOENT, SUICIOI, HOMIClOE OK UNDETERMINED 

SRECirY 

IF DEFERRED 

CHCCK ftOX 




22b. DATE OF INJURY 


MONTH OAY YCAR 


HOUR 


22C.INJURY AT W 


ORX SPccrrY ycs or no 



• UIL0M6 CTCJ 



22t. LOCATION STREET ORRFO NUMBER CITY. VILLAGE OR TOW NSHiP COUNTY STATE 



22(. HOW INJURY OCCURRED 



(ENTER NATURE Of INJURY IN PART I OR PART II, ITEM 201 



23o.cttTtflCATK>N- PHYSICIAN — 
t otttndcd th« d«CM»fd from . 

lost tow him/h«« oUv9 on 



I (dtd. did not) vitw Iht body ofitt dtoth. 



Of 0th occurrod ot M ot tht ptoc t ond timt ond on tht dott tiolcd obove ond to 
thf bt<t of my knowlfdpt dut to tht cou»t» »tol«d. 



23b. CERTIFICATION - MEDICAL EXAMINE* OR CORONER 
On iht boxiS of lh« tiominotion of iht body ond/oi lh« invfttigokon, m my opinion d«oth 
occuntd ot 

wot pronounced dtod on _ 



23c. PHYSICIAN - SIGNATURE 



23t. PHYSICIAN - NAME 



(TYPE OR PRINTI 



239.MAILINC ADDRESS PHYSICIAN. MCOiCAL EXAMINER OR CORONER 



23d.MED{CAL EXAMINER OR CORONER - SIGN ATURE 



23f. MEDIC \L EXAMINER OR CORONER- NAME (Type OR print) 



240 tURIAU CREMATION. REMOVAL 

sr^ECirY 



24b. CIMETERT OR CREMATORY - NAME 



2«c. LOCATION 



23h.DATE SIGNED 

MONTH OAY YEAR 



(CITY. VILLAQE OR COUNTY) 



24d. DATE0FIURIAl«C«EMAT10N Oft 

REMOVAL MONTH OAY YEAR 



2Sa FUNERAL HOME - NAME 



2Sb. FUNERAL HOME - ADDRESS 



240. DATE FILED lY LOCAL REGISTRAR 

MON^'H OAY YEAR 



26b.LOCAL REGISTRAR - SIGNATURE 



27. MORTICIAN OR FUNERAL DIRECTOR - SIGN ATURE 



Page 165 



Figure 21 

Mlnnvfotfl 0#^#ft(ii#fit ol Ifsollli 
SMtlon of Vlhrf Stottrtfc* 

CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH 



I CNIU>-NAAA£ 



LAST 



2o. OAn Of MTH MONTH DAY YEAR 



2b HOUR 



3 SIX 



4o TMSMtTH SPfOPY 
SINGiE.TWIN, 

TRMfT. nc. 



4b. If NOTSNCOUINITH. 
iOtNFMST. 

SKOND. nc. 



SPEOFY 



So. COUNTY Of MTTN 



Sb lOCATlONOf MCTH 



CITY OR TOWNSHIP 



)c HOSfnAL NAME (If NOT IN HOSPITAl. CIVE STKKT AND NUAAtER) 



6o FAn« NAM€ FtRST 


MIOOlE LAST 




6b. AO< (AT TIME Of 
THIStlRTH) 


kc. IMTHflAa (STATE Oft FOREIGN COUNTRY) 


7o MOTHa-NAMC FIRST 


MiOOlE MAIDEN 




7b. AOI (AT T1M€ Of 
THIS MITN} 


7c. MtTHPtAa (STATE Oft FOREIGN COUNTRY) 


8a RtSIOfNa Of MOTHM STATE 


•b COUNTY 


ac. OTY OR TOWNWWP 


M mmommnumn 

(S^ClFV YES OR NO) 


9 MAHINC AOO«m Of MOTHBI 


STREET AND NUMKt CITY AND ZIP C00€ 


10. ICMTI 


FY THAT IMS CSmflCATI IS CORMCT (SIGNATURE Of PARENT) 


1 1 o tarwwm \ ot^m that i ahenoeo the smth of this chuo who was 90m AitvE at m PiAa 
AJtn ON tHf nATF sriTED Anvr 


lib. OAn 






tic ATTCMMNT(MO 00 CNM OTHER) SP£CiFY 


SIGNATURE 
















lid. CnnfltR-NAME 


(TYPtORPHINT) 




N^BQHI STREET AND NUMtEt 


POSTOFFICt 



l3o. RfdSTRAI- SIGNATURE 



THIS SPACS 




13b. OATI 



USI or MOISTtAt 



SUmiMOITAtY mfOMAATiON 

(THtS StCnON NOT TO Bt tEPltOOUCED ON CHmRtO COPIES UNLESS srCCIFICALLY REQUKTED) 



t3o. OATI Of lAST UVI 
BUTTH 

MONTH DAY YEAH 



lab.OATIOf LAST 

OimiWMNATON 

MONTH DAY YEAff 



14c KAa or f ATHM (E.G. 
WHITE. aLAQC. AAMRICAN 
INDIAN. CTC) SPEOfY 



14b. RAa Of NIOTHM (E.G. 
WHITE. MACK. AMHIICAN 
INDIAN. ETC.) SPtOfY 



IS. lotN IN wmooc 

SPCOFY YES Oft NO 



16. MtTH WBGHT 



tNfOWXUTION fOK MB>ICM AMD HIAITH USi OHiY 



ftlOMANCV MCTOtV 



\§m. mCAflON Of f Aim 

^ (swafy HCWBT graoe coMfiErro) 



llb.KlUCAnOMOf MOTHH APOAI SCOM 

(SWOfY HIGHEST GRAOC COMftETP) \ min S m.n 



UVI tItTHS 

OO NOT INauOC THfS 

170. |i>i. HOW 

LtVlNO OiAO 



Numb«f^ 
NoooC 







NonoD 



ILEMMAtY 

(».T.2.3. .ort) 



Numboc^ 
Non^Q 



HIGHSCHOOl COUECC 



(l.2.3...or4) 



NOAOC 



ao.oAnysT 

MONTH DAY YEAR 



(1.3.3.4.S+} 



ELEMENTARY 

(O.l.3,3...ort) 



ai fimiciANrs 

GHTATION 



HIGHSCHOOl COUECE 



(1.3.3.. .or 4) 



KTWATIOf 



(I.2.3.4.S.+) 



33o. MONTH Of PMCNANCV 
PftiNATAl CAM MOAN 

1ST. aND, ETC.) 
IF NONE SO STATE 



23b. NUMiaOf 

f«^*TAL vm 

(0 ■ A. ••€.) 



23 COMfUCATIONS Of PMONANCY (DESCRIK Oft WRfTC -NONE '} 



24 OTHOI lia«SSB Of CONDITIONS AfffCTMG THE IHOTMft(DESaiK OR WRITE NONE ) 



3S. COMPllCATIONI Of lAtOft ANO/OI OftlVMY (OESCttU Oft WRITE "NONE") 



26. WAS LAtOft mOOaO (SPKIfY YES Oft NO. If YES. SPECIFY METHOD) 



27. offlUTivi pftocnuftn 



38 CONCiMTAl MALfOftMATIONS Oft ANOMAUIS Of CMU> (OESOISE Oft WRITE NONE") 



29 OTHir SIONmCANT CONDITIONS Of O«0 (OESCRIIE Oft WRITE ' i40NE") 



X. WAS CHUO AOMfTTH) TO I.C.U. (SPKk'Y YES Oft NO) 



Imivtrtont PIm»« Rood Rovooo Sido 

Page 166 



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181 



Figure 22 



M«r|in 

It 
Codlftf 



Moil Dir«ctly to 
Soction of Vitol Statistics 
Minn«soto D«pt. of Heolth 
St. Poul, Minn. SSlOl 



io. PATH II- NAME r<"ST 


MiOOLC 


LAST 


6b. ACE <AT TiMC or 

THIS OCLIVCRVf 


6c.tiRTHrLACE (statc or ronc.SN couhthv) 


M\;tKII- MAIOEN NAME rmST 


MIOOL^ 


LAST 


7b.ACE (AT TIMC or 

THIS OCLIVCRY) 


7c.ilRTHPlACE (STATC OR rORCtSN COUNTRV) 


«a.|f»OmCf OP MOTHfl- STATE 


9b.C0'JNn 


«c.Cin. VILLAGE OR TC 


>WNSHtP 


MWdoi co«#otAri iiMuis 

»«• •• •• 



MINHESOTA DEPARTMENT Of HEALTH 
S«c«lofi of VlUl SMMks 
MEOKAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE 

CERTIFICATE OF FETAL DEATH 

This mformotion is to b« used solely for medico! or scientific purposes. Conf identiolity is provided under M.S. 144.053. 

2o.OATIOPOIUVinf MONTH o*Y rCAM 



I. PITUS- NAME 



40. THIS OELIVEIY 
SINGLE. TWIN. 
TRIPLET. ETC. 



4b.lP NOT SINGLE OELIVERY 
BORN FIRST. SECONO. ETC. 



Sb>LOC .T10N OP "^'"Vf ITCiTr. viLLACC OATOtWNSMP X MtiOiccM^'iiiiMin 



S<i< HOSPITAL - NAME 



SO' COUNTY OPOfLIVfIT 



(ir NOT In hospital. CIVC STRCCT AnO NUMtCR) 




PAIT 1. OTHftStONtPlCANT CONOmONS OP PHUS Ot MOTH^^^ 


12. FETUS OIEO iMfO«iiAtoi 

0UttNClAt<MO«0IUVIffT UNKMOwM 

SKCtr* 


130. AUTOPSY 
s»c<*rt tea OK NO 


13b. If Tit.w«irMaMCSCo*«oMo 

M 0|IUMMMCCAUI< Of OlAIN 


Uc 1 ciimrTNAT THit oiuvirr occuttio on thI oati statio aiovi ano thC rirut 

WAt »OtN DIAO 

SIONATUtf 


14b. OATE SIGNEO 


Uc. attEnOAnt (M.O.. O.O.. Miowirc.oTHCR) 
spccir T 



14d. CftTlPlft— NAME irr^c OR PRiNTl 



1Sa.|ui|Al. CIIMATION. IfMOvAL 
s^ccir T 



1 Sd. OATE OP lURIAU CREMATION OR 
REMOVAL MONTH oAr rcAR 



170. OATE FILEO lY LOCAL REGISTRAR 

MONTH OAr YCAR 



I Sb. Cf MfTf RY OR CRfM ATORY - NAME 



UO.MAILING AOORESS strcct or r.f.o.no. post orncc 



l6o.PUNfRAL HOMf - NAME 



17b. LOCAL tfOISTCAt' SIGNATURE 



ISt. LOCATION <ciTr. villasc or countt) 



16b.FUNERAL HOME - AOORESS 



IS. MORTICIAN OR PUNfRAL OlltCTOI - SIGNATURE 



SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION 
fThis section not to be reoroduced on certified cooies unless specificollv reauested.) 



l9o.|ACf OP PATHfR 



ELEMENTARY 
0.i;t ce» 



HIGH SCHOOL 
0 ^ J 041 4) 



COLLEGE 



l9b.tACf OP MOTHfk 



ELEMENTARY 
(0.1.2 01(81 



HIGH SCHOOL 
<l.2.3 oe4> 



COLLEGE 
<l .2.3.4.8*) 



spccir r po. LfOITIMATt srccirr 

res OR NO 



21. tIRTH WflOHT 



^^^|^M^^^^^0M,UCTC0) ^^'^.l?^cSty°J'cgf,y?i5!o'c' COMPLtTCO, 0«"V"» ' MANY OTHIR CHILOREN 



ARf NOW LIVING 



WERE lORN AUvf 
NOW OEAO 



^flE lOXN Of AO (rfTALOfATH 
AT AM. TIMC Ar TCR CONCC^TION) 



SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION FOR MECHCAL ANO HEALTH USE ONLY 



34.0ATI LAiT NORMAL MVOtS IIOAN 
MONTN OAr rcAR 


2SO4I0NTH Of nCGMNCY mtMtAL 
CAKKGAN <isr.mo.rrc) 

ir MONK so STATE 


^5b.MUMIU or FKNATAi 

Msrrs •.i.2.crc> 


2ss.0ATf Of LAST UVl MRTH 

MONTN OAr rCAR 


2*t>.DATt OP LAH PHAL DEATH 

MONTN DAT rCAR 


27. COMPUCATIONSRfLATfO TO PtlGNANCY 0C4CRISC OR WRirc -nonc 


2t. COMPLICATIONS NOT RILATIO TO rtlGNANCY DfSCRiiC OR writCnonc- 


2ts. COMPLICATIONS OP LAIOII 


DCSCRISC OR WRirC'NONC 


2f k. WAS LAIOR INOUCfD T'S. mct 


HOD 




2fc OPfRATIVf PfOCfDURfS 


DCSCRISC OR WRirC "NONC 


SO. SEROLOGIC TEST POR SYPHIUS 
spccirr res on no 


31. WAS MOTHf rS ILOOO Tf STf 0 POR «H 
FACTOR SPtcifr rcs OR no 


32. MITH INJURIES TO PfTUS 


DCSCRISC OR WRITC "NONC 


33. CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS OtANOMAUrS OCSCri*^ or WRirc -nonc- 



< 



to 

D 



O 

UJ 

OC 



< 

z 

o 



o 

UJ 
D 
«/) 

I- 

i 

OC 
UJ 
Q. 

< 
> 

o 

UJ 

OC 

a: 
O 

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Figure 23 



Complstt and return to: 



PLEASE PRINT 



Ctntsr of Heslth Ststtstics 
Minntiota D«partnwnt of Htttth 
717 Otltwrn $t. S.E. Box 9441 
Mnntipolit. MimMiota 56440 
(612)«23-S267 
(612) 623*5363 
REPORT OF INDUCED ABORTION 



11-17 



DATE OF ABORTION 



'CP q^qn 

montn Diy ymt 



Only M •pproprittar ~ 
Ottt of r«vac: 



FACILITY ID 
ICODE 



TYPE OF ADMISSION 



1 - Clinic 2 » Outpatitnt 
5 " OttMT (pl««i0 iptcify). 



3 • lnp«titnt 4 • Amtxjistory Surgtry 



lOf 



PATIENT RESIDENCE (fill in) 

aty 

County 



Stst* . 



AGE IN YEARS 



(Birth Dm Opthns/) L—J_ 

Montn 



J L 



0«y 



I' .1 I 



MOHuMoniy 

" I 11 I I 1 



•CED 



MARITAL STATUS 



1 ■ Nf VIC MmtmcI 
2-M«rrMNow 



3-WidowwJ 
4«Dlvorc«i 



RACE/ETHNICHY 



2 -Black 



PREGNANCY HISTORY - do not indudt this prvgnmy 

a. Total numbar of llva Wnhs - including muitipla bii^ 

b. Fatal daalht. tpontanaout abortiona, tul 
& Numbar of prior induoad abortions 
d. Unknown 

TOTALS 





5«Stparatad 

Unknown 



• Jipanasa/Chinasa/Asian ^ i 
6 • Othar 7 - Unknown H 



NORMAL MENSES tin izEJ 



(LMP) 



Oay 



GESTATION WEEKS 

(Phytkisns0ftim9m ofcompktad wmkspottLMP) 



□ 



CONTRACEPTIVE USE AT TIME OF CONCEPTION: 
A. USE STATUS 

1 * Unknown 

2 " Navar usfd any contraoaptiva mathod 

3 " Has utad c ontr a capt i on, but not at tha astimatad tima of 
concjption (indudaa human arror and tporadte usa of mathodi) 

4-Mathodusadattimaofconoaptk)n (METHOD FAILURE- 
lalaet mathodfo) at right «^ 



. METHOD USED ONLY IF CONTRACEPTIVE FAILURE AT # 43 



Unknown 
Combination Pilit 

03 Mini Pills 

04 lUD (typa 

06 Diaphragm 
06Sponga 

07 Carvicalcap 
<OeFoam 

|M Suppoittoriai 



lOCondoms 
1 1 Foam & Condom 
12Fartility Awaranass 
) 13 Natural Family Ptng. 
14 Inlactabia 
ISDouch 
16 Withdrawal 
17Starilization-Mata 
18 Starillzation -Famala 



19 Rhythm 

20 Spamiicidal 
craam/ially 
alona 

21 Othar -tpacify 



ABORTION METHOD 

1 "Vacuum Curattiga 

2 • Dilation and avacuation ( D 6t E- 
iaminaria and curattaga) 

3 " Dilation and curattaga (D 6t C ~ 
fharp curattaga) 



4 " Prostaglandin 

5-Salina/ftuidaxch. 

6 - Manstnjal axtr. (-prag.) 



7 ■ Manstrual axtr. (+ prag.) 

8 ■ Hyttaractomy/otomy 

9 • Othar (ptaasa tpacify) 



COMPLICATIONS OR FAILURES 
Nona 

Minor Complication: DID NOT REQUIRE HOSPITALIZATION: 
1 - Haavy blaading 6 - Utarina parforation 

Infaction 7 - Carvical injury 

3"Postabortaltyndroma 8-Favar( 38<>C) 

4"FailadAb.(pragnaneynottarminatad) 9 • Othar (plaasa tpacjfy) 
6- IncomplataAb. (prsgnancy tarminatad; ^H^\ 
tiisua ratainad) i | 



Major Complication - DID REQUIRE HOSPITALIZATION: 

10 " Palvtc infaction 

1 1 " Hamorrhaga raquiring ona or mora transfusions 

1 2 - Othar. plaaM spacify : — 



•a 



TREATMENT (Wa will coda for combinations) 

1 - Rapaat curattaga 3 - Othar (plaai 

2 ■ Madication _____ 



itpacify): 



a 



TREATMENT (We"will coda for combinations) 

4 - Transfufion 6 • Hyitaractomy i 

5 • Laparotomy 7 • Othar (plaasa spacify ) { j 



HC-oiiao-os 



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Figure 24 
FIRST REPORT OF INJURY 

(Sm Inttructtorw on R«wm Sld#, Typ« or Print) 



Stat* of MInnMOta 

Oap«rtmsnt of Labor and Industry 

Stat* Employ*** Comp*n«atlon S*ctlon 

444 L*fay«na Ro*d 

St. Paul, Minn«aota S5101 

612-296-6S21 



Employ**'! Social Sacurity Numb*r 



0*t* of Claimad i njury 



Official U»a Only 



STATE CLAIM 



Employ**'! Nama (Laat, Flm, MIddIa) 



Phona (inciuda Ar*a Coda) 



Sax 

□ Famala 



□ Maia 



Addraaa (Str**t, Rout*, P.O. Box) 



Oat* of Birth 



Marital Statu* 

□ Marrlad □ Not Marrlad 



City, County, Ststa, Zip 



Job TitJa 



Empioymant Status 



Typ* of Work Program 

G Appr*ntic**hlp G Oth*r (Sp*cify) 



GFuiltiffva GParttim* G S**aon>i G Volunt—r G Oth*f (Sp*clfY, lrT*gul*rly tchadulad, ate.) 



Straight Tima: 


Rata Par Hour 
$ 


Hours Par Day 


Days Par Waak 


OvartJma If Paid; 


Rat* Par Hour 
$ 


Avarag* Hours P*r 
Wa*k 


Av*r*g* Gross 
W*akly W*g* 
$ 


If part tinrva or Irragularly achadulad worfcar, Indlcat* total amount ..^^^ 
•arnad, total day* worfcad, and total w*ak» workad In latt 26 wa*ki: — 


Amour>t E arnad 
t 


Tot*l 0*ys 
Workad 


Toul W**ks Workad 



if furnlshsd In *ddi' in 
9, to w*g**, Stat* tt>« 
w*akly vatu* of: 


M**ls 
$ 


Lodglrtg 
$ 


Othar 
$ 


Old ampioyaa hava oth*r 
r*gu|ar •mploym*nt? 
G Y** G No 


If yaa, Whar* 


Houra/Waak W**kiy Wagas 

I 


Old claimad Injury causa lo*a of 
in tif^* from work? 
G Ya. G No 


if y*a, first day of lost 
tima 


Old th* *mployaa iosa tima from work on tha day 
of claimad Injury? 

G Yaa G No 


If yas. Hours lost 


Haa ampioyaa raturn*d to work? 
G Y** Gno 


If yas, data raturnad 


War* full or partial wagaa paid for first day of lost 
tima? 

G Yaa G No 


if yaa. Amount Paid Hrs Workad 

» 1 



Employar (If sub«ldlarv, al«o spaclfy Q9nnx'» nam* *nd addraaa) 

1Z STATE OF MINNESOTA 



Oapartmant 



Phona (I ncluda Araa Coda) 



Phona Oncluda Araa Coda) 



Typa of Ownarship 

G Individual G Corporation 

G Partnarship {D Govarn'n*nt 

I I I ! I 



SIC 



14. 



Employar's Straat Addraaa 



Nama and titlaof Suparvlsor who first rac«lvad notlc*of claimad injury 



15. 



City. Stata, Zip 



Oata wh*n notica racvlvad 



Location whara Injury occurrad (Idamify Job slta) (Idamlfv city, zip) 

16. 

Total numbar of ampioyaa* at tha work location wh*r* tha claimad 
injury occurrad 



Tima of day th«t 
injury occurrad 



Ga m Gp m 



Old Injury occur on amployar's pramlsaa? 
G Yaa G No. If no, wh*r*? 



17. 

ia 

19. 
20. 

^1 

23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 



N*ma of traating doctor (SPMlfy MO, OO, OC, ate.) 



Phon* (Inciud* Araa Coda) 



if traatad at a hospital or hoipttallzad, nama of hospital 



Hospftal Addraaa 



City, Stata, Zip 



City, Stat*, Zip 



0*scrlb* ci*im*d Injury or occupational lllnass In datall 



Part of body affactad 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 


Nama of objact (machlna, tool, ate.) or substanca (ch*mlcal, ate.) Involvad 

1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 II 


Natura of Injury (cut, sprain, burn, ate ) 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 


Typa of accldant (fall, struck by, bodily raactlon, «tc.) 

1 II II 1 II 1 II II II 1 1 1 1 


What action has baan takan to pravant r*oeeurr*nca? 


Compiata this aactlon only If clalnrtad Injury or lllnaas raaultad In daath. 


Nama of naxt-of-kin RalatlorMhip Oata of daath 


NamM of co-amploy*a« who may hava witnaasad cUlmad Injury 


Addraaa city, Stat*, Zip 


Namaa of workars' companutton insurar, if not on form 

SELF-INSURED 


Sign*d by ( Inciud* official titia and phona) 


Oatad 

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