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Mexico National Health Survey - 2000

Data Source
  • Latin America & Caribbean
  • Mexico

The Mexico National Health Survey (ENSA) 2000 aimed to provide information on the prevalence and frequency of chronic health conditions and to collect information to aid in the evaluation of health services. In-person interviews were conducted with children, adolescents, and adults within the home. Physical measurements of blood pressure, height, and weight were taken; blood samples and urine samples were also collected; and a sample of the household water was analyzed for chlorine content. The survey covered a range of topics, including demographic characteristics, health status, injuries, disability, maternal health, and the use of health services.

Study Website
Adolescents: Not available
  • Females and Males
Age Range:
  • 10-14
  • 15-19
  • 20-24
Study Design:
  • Observational
Type of Data:
  • Cross-sectional
Time Period: 1999-2000
Areas Covered: Nationally Representative
Investigators: Mexico National Institute of Public Health (INSP)
Funders: Mexico Secretariat of Health; Mexico National Institute of Public Health (INSP)
  • Not applicable
Demographic Characteristics - Urban and Rural;
Economics - Savings;
Health Care Access and Utilization;
HIV/AIDS and STIs - Knowledge;
Physical Health - Nutrition, Self-reported health;
Reproductive Health - Family planning/contraception, Fertility, Sexual behavior;
Tobacco/Alcohol/Drug Use;
Violence - Emotional/psychological violence, Physical violence, Sexual violence;