Table 1

Age-standardized amenable mortality rate for 100,000 population aged 25-74, proportion of total amenable mortality (years 1992-93 and 2002-03) and average annual changes (%)
1992-93 2002-03 Average annual change
avg number of deaths per year Mortality rate % of total amenable mortality avg number of deaths per year Mortality rate Amenable mortality % 95%CI
Men
All cause mortality 14038 990 12512 739 -2.8 ( -3.0 - -2.7)
Total disease mortality 11557 828 10395 611 -3.0 ( -3.1 - -2.8)
Total amenable mortality 2032 144 100 1678 99 100 -3.6 ( -4.0 - -3.2)
Primary prevention 0 0 0.1 0 0 *
Early detection and intervention 1358 97 67.7 1137 67 67.6 -3.7 ( -4.2 - -3.3)
- tuberculosis 40 3 2.0 18 1 1.0 -10.0** (-13.1 - -6.9)
- malignant neoplasm 273 20 13.7 289 17 17.2 -1.3 ( -2.2 - -0.3)
- hypertension and cerebrovascular disease 1046 75 52.0 831 49 49.3 -4.3 ( -4.8 - -3.8)
Improved treatment and medical care 674 46 32.3 541 32 32.4 -3.3 ( -3.9 - -2.6)
- Predominantly primary care 105 6 4.4 84 5 5.1 -1.3 ( -3.1 - 0.4)
- Predominantly specialist care 569 40 27.9 457 27 27.3 -3.6 ( -4.3 - -2.9)
Ischaemic heart disease 4188 303 2926 172 -5.6 ( -5.9 - -5.3)
Women
All cause mortality 7571 420 6207 324 -2.6 ( -2.8 - -2.4)
Total disease mortality 6873 377 5599 289 -2.6 ( -2.8 - -2.4)
Total amenable mortality 2040 114 100 1587 83 100 -3.1 ( -3.5 - -2.7)
Primary prevention 0 0 0 0 *
Early detection and intervention 1653 93 81.4 1320 69 83.0 -3.0 ( -3.5 - -2.6)
- tuberculosis 22 1 1.0 9 0 0.5 -6.7** (-10.7 - -2.7)
- malignant neoplasm 782 47 40.8 756 40 48.7 -1.0 ( -1.6 - -0.4)
- Hypertension and cerebrovascular disease 849 45 39.6 556 28 33.8 -5.4 ( -6.0 - -4.7)
Improved treatment and medical care 387 21 18.6 267 14 17.0 -3.2 ( -4.1 - -2.3)
- Predominantly primary care 49 3 2.6 43 3 3.1 -1.1 ( -3.5 - 1.3)
- Predominantly specialist care 338 18 15.9 224 12 13.9 -3.5 ( -4.5 - -2.6)
Ischaemic heart disease 1573 80 844 41 -6.8 ( -7.3 - -6.4)

* Due to small numbers RRs were not estimated.

** Due to few deaths in younger age bands 25-44 years old were combined into one age-group for RR estimates.

McCallum et al.

McCallum et al. BMC Health Services Research 2013 13:3   doi:10.1186/1472-6963-13-3

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