Carbon monoxide poisoning deaths: MN Public Health Data Access - MN Dept. of Health
CO poisoning deaths
CO poisoning deaths in Minnesota:
Death is the most severe outcome of carbon monoxide poisoning. Deaths that result from unintentional CO poisoning are almost entirely preventable.
This graph shows the numbers and age-adjusted rates of CO poisoning deaths that occurred among MN residents. The annual numbers and rates for CO poisoning deaths are decreasing overall.
The number and rate of CO deaths are likely related to the severity of winter. During cold winters, heating devices are used more often, increasing the risk of CO poisoning.
This graph shows CO poisoning death rates by age group. Rates were highest among adults between 65 years of age and older. The rate of CO poisoning death increases with age.
This graph shows CO poisoning death rates by sex. The rate of CO poisoning death is overwhelmingly higher in males than females.