Deaths: Final Data for 1997
Presents final 1997 data on U.S. deaths and death rates according to demographic and medical characteristics such as age, sex, race, Hispanic origin, marital status, educational attainment, injury at work, State of residence, and cause of death. Trends and patterns in general mortality, life expectancy, and infant and maternal mortality are also described. The report concludes that the overall improvements in general mortality and life expectancy in 1997 continue the long-term downward trend in U.S. mortality. The trend in U.S. infant mortality has steadily declined over the past four decades.
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Accidents and adverse adverse effects E800-E949 age Number2 age-adjusted death rates age-adjusted rates allied conditions 490-496 Alzheimer's disease birth asphyxia carcinoma in situ causes of death causes Residual Cerebrovascular diseases 430-438 Chronic liver disease Chronic obstructive pulmonary cirrhosis 571 Classiﬁcation Classification of Diseases Congenital anomalies 740-759 death Based death certificate Deaths and death Diabetes mellitus 250 disease and cirrhosis Diseases of heart explanation of asterisks Female sexes Male heart disease hematopoietic tissues 140-208 Hispanic origin HIV infection Homicide and legal Human immunodeficiency virus including neoplasms infant death Intrauterine hypoxia legal intervention E960-E978 live births lntemational Classification lymphatic and hematopoietic Male Female sexes Malignant neoplasms Motor vehicle accidents Nephritis nephrosis nephrotic syndrome Ninth Revision non-Hispanic population Number of deaths obstructive pulmonary diseases origin and race percent Pneumonia and influenza population in specified puerperium race and sex Septicemia 038 sexes Male Female specified group Suicide Technical notes United vehicle accidents E810-E825
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Page 33 - Benign neoplasms, carcinoma in situ, and neoplasms of uncertain behavior and of unspecified nature 210-239 Diabetes mellitus 250 Nutritional deficiencies 260-269 Anemias 280-285 Meningitis 320-322 Major cardiovascular diseases 390-448 Diseases of heart 390-398.
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Page 95 - It is selected from the conditions entered by the physician in the cause-of-death section of the death certificate. When more than one cause or condition is entered by the physician, the underlying cause is determined by the sequence of conditions on the certificate, provisions of the ICD, and associated selection rules and modifications.
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Page 99 - In contrast to infant mortality rates based on live births, infant death rates shown in section 1 are based on the estimated population under 1 year of age. Infant death rates, which appear in tabulations of age-specific death rates, are calculated by dividing the number of infant deaths in a calendar year by the estimated midyear population of persons under 1 year of age and are presented as rates per 100,000 population in this age group. Patterns and trends in the infant death rate may differ somewhat...
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