Hospitalisations caused by infectious diseases in New Zealand
By category, year ended June 2014, number of patients discharged (publicly funded)
This table only includes publicly funded hospital discharges and deaths related to infectious diseases. Infectious diseases were selected and grouped by agent and category.
The agents are: bacteria, virus, fungi and other.
The categories include: TB and the mycobacteria, Sexually-transmitted infections, Vaccine preventable infections, Food and water-borne diseases, Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes
Data provided by
Figure.NZ: Mortality and publicly funded hospital discharges for infectious diseases 2014
How to find the data
This dataset was prepared by Figure.NZ for Te Punaha Matatini based on subsets of the Mortality Collection tables 2013 and the National Minimum Dataset (Publicly funded hospital discharges) 2013/14.
National Minimum Dataset: http://www.health.govt.nz/publication/publicly-funded-hospital-discharges-1-july-2013-30-june-2014
Mortality Collection: http://www.health.govt.nz/publication/mortality-2013-online-tables
Import & extraction details
From the dataset Figure.NZ: Mortality and publicly funded hospital discharges for infectious diseases 2014, this data was extracted:
- Sheet: Hospital Discharges (public)
- Provided: 351 data points
This data forms the table Health - Hospitalisations by selected cause and type of microbe (custom summary) 2013/2014.