Pesticide poisoning hospitalizations

Unintentional, non-occupational pesticide poisoning hospitalizations in MN:


Pesticide poisoning hospitalizations in Minnesota, by year

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Source: Minnesota Hospital Association. The break indicates a change in International Classification of Disease (ICD) coding from ICD-9 to ICD-10 on October 1st, 2015. Rates from 2000-2014 should not be compared to rates from 2015 and later.

In general, hospitalization rates for pesticide poisonings are very low.

Rates based on counts less than 20 are unstable should be interpreted in caution: they may not provide reliable estimates to evaluate trends over time.


Pesticide poisoning hospitalizations in Minnesota, by age and sex

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*Unstable rates due to some counts less than 20.
Source: Minnesota Hospital Association, 2009-2018.

Males age 15 to 34, and age 65 and older, are hospitalized at a higher rate than other age/sex categories, but not significantly higher. Overall, males are hospitalized for pesticide poisoning more than females. This may be because males are more likely to use pesticides.


Pesticide poisoning hospitalizations in Minnesota, by region

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*Unstable rates due to some counts less than 20. 
Source: Minnesota Hospital Association, 2009-2018. Minnesota Counties and Tribes by SCHSAC Region.

Because hospitalizations for pesticide poisoning are so uncommon, it is difficult to measure the differences between regions. There are no significant differences between regions. The Southwest region has a higher rate and the West Central the lowest rate.

 

Last updated December 2020. Topic is updated as data becomes available.