1 edition of New trends in European mortality. found in the catalog.
New trends in European mortality.
1981 by Council of Europe, Committee for Population Studies. in Strasbourg .
Written in English
|Series||Population studies -- no.5, Population studies (Council of Europe) -- no.5.|
|Contributions||Council of Europe. Committee for Population Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||94|
This article provides important new findings on the trends in old-age mortality (80+) in seven low-mortality countries. First, although old-age mortality tends to decline and to converge, there is large heterogeneity in the pace of decline in the countries under investigation, with periods of stagnation being widespread. Maternal mortality declined by 38 per cent between and Maternal mortality refers to deaths due to complications from pregnancy or childbirth. From to , the global maternal mortality ratio declined by 38 per cent – from deaths to deaths per , live births, according to UN inter-agency estimates. This translates into an average annual rate of reduction of
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Genre/Form: Vital statistics Statistics, Vital: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Caselli, Graziella. New trends in European mortality. Strasbourg: Council.
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Some European countries saw a slowing of mortality improvement, while others saw a deterioration in mortality. There are different theories as to why we have seen this deterioration in U.S. mortality. These theories include: Case and Deaton 3 believe this is due New trends in European mortality.
book “deaths of despair” among the white working class. More specifically. Cancer may seem to strike European citizens randomly, but there is actually great variation across Europe in incidence, mortality, andmillion new cases of cancer (all types, excluding non-melanoma skin cancer) and over million cancer deaths are estimated in Europe.A high proportion of this burden (53% of new cancer.
the Department of Economic Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat presents this new report entitled “ Changing Levels and Trends in Mortality: the role of patterns of deaths by cause”. The. The US health protection agency, CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), regularly issues news releases regarding current trends in US population mortality.
In June ofarticles in The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal cited new CDC data from which showed a rise in the US mortality rate. European mortality database allows age- and sex-specific analysis of mortality trends by broad disease-groups, as well as dis-aggregated to 67 specific causes of death.
Pneumonia is responsible for approximatelydeaths in Europe, annually. Comprehensive and comparable reports on pneumonia mortality trends across the European Union (EU) are lacking.
A temporal analysis of national mortality statistics to compare trends in pneumonia age-standardised death rates (ASDR) of EU countries between and was performed. Legend: Any faint vertical lines which may be visible in the main plotting area indicate years in which the country changed its coding of causes of death to a new version of the International Classification of Diseases.
Method: Mortality rates were calculated using data from the World Health Organization and the United Nations Population Division, then standardised for age (by taking.
It presents disaggregations by country, cause, time period, age groups and sex categories, to assess trends in a country or comparative differences across countries. The DMDB supplements the European Mortality Database (MDB), which provides mortality data only for predefined, broader and selected aggregates of causes of death.
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It is therefore with mixed feelings that I made my way through Anne Case and Angus Deaton’s latest creation, Deaths of Despair And the Future of Capitalism, the book-length installment of their repeated work on U.S. mortality.
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Two distinctive mortality trends emerged in Europe between the mids and mids. Eastern European mortality rates remained constant for women over 40 and increased substantially for men o while mortality in Western Europe decreased considerably above age 35 for women and men.
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version 10 (ICD) codes were used to extract data from the World Health Organisation European Detailed Mortality Database and trends were analysed using Joinpoint regression.
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Life expectancy at birth increased in only for men. The most commonly used indicator for analysing mortality is life expectancy at birth: the mean number of years that a person can expect to live at birth if subjected to current mortality conditions throughout the rest of their is a simple but powerful way of illustrating the developments in mortality.
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