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Injury MICA

The following step-by-step process will allow you to customize a data table by county(ies) or city(ies).
 Select a row variable (default value: Mechanism).
Year      Race      Ethnicity      Sex      Age     
Patient Type      County/City*      Mechanism*      Intention      Disposition      Injury Location
 *Sort Function - Sort by County/City or Mechanism when used as row or column variable.   Sort   No Sort
 Select a column variable (default value: Year).
Year      Race      Ethnicity      Sex      Age     
Patient Type      County/City        Mechanism       Intention      Disposition      Injury Location
 If you want to choose a specific category (example: Ages 25 to 44) do not select that variable (example: Age) above.
 Instead, select it from the pull-down box below.
     Race:      Ethnicity:       Sex:       Age:    
     Patient Type:          Intention:                  Disposition:        
 Select year(s) of interest (default: 2007)
    1994     1995     1996     1997     1998     1999     2000
    2001     2002     2003     2004     2005     2006     2007
 Select statewide and/or county(ies) or city(ies) of interest (default: State of Missouri). 
Statewide &/or County                     Cities
To select multiple counties/cities: Select the first county/city with pointer and hold the control key down while making additional selections. To deselect, hold control key and point to county/city to be deselected. NOTE: Separate tables must be created for either county or city data.

 Select a mechanism (default: All Injuries) and/or Injury Location (default: All Locations).
The boxes contain the major mechanisms and injury locations. Once the table is produced by major mechanism/location, you are allowed to "drill down". "Drill down" allows you to look at more specific mechanisms/locations that make up these major mechanisms/locations.          Mechanism                  Location
 Select statistics to be displayed:
 Select standard population for age adjustment:
 Select confidence intervals for rates: