This indicator shows the prevalence of serious injuries in New Zealand per 100,000 people.

Injury prevalence

This indicator shows the prevalence of serious injuries in New Zealand per 100,000 people. The term ‘serious injuries’ includes fatal and non-fatal injuries. The term ‘serious non-fatal’ refers to people who are admitted to hospital with a 6.9% or greater probability of death.

205.3 per 100,000
New Zealanders suffered a serious non-fatal injury in 2017.

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