South Dakota infant mortality data from the 2021 Vital Statistics Report.
An infographic with easy-to-understand infant mortality data from 2017-2021.
In 2021 there were 82 unintentional and undetermined overdose deaths. A potential bystander was present in 40% of deaths, indicating there may have been an opportunity to provide life-saving actions at the time of the overdose. 43% of deaths involved at least one opioid and 61% of deaths involved at least one stimulant. The largest proportion of deaths involved methamphetamine. 49% of deaths involved a stimulant and no opioids.
10 leading causes of death by year, 2004-2020, and age group, 2016-2020
There were 192 abortions performed in South Dakota in 2021. Of the 192 abortions performed in South Dakota, 175 (91%) were performed on South Dakota residents.
This infographic distills the infant mortality data into easy-to-understand graphs.
South Dakota mortality data from the 2020 Vital Statistics Report.
South Dakota infant mortality data from the 2020 Vital Statistics Report.
SUDORS is a surveillance system that provides comprehensive data on unintentional and undetermined intent drug overdose deaths that occur in a state. Information is collected from death certificates, coroner reports, and toxicology reports.
From 2016-2020 there was an average of 77 infant deaths in South Dakota each year for an average infant mortality rate of 6.5 infant deaths per 1,000 live births.