Table 1

Incidence, gender, and time trends of type 1 diabetes mellitus (0–14 yr) per 100,000 individuals in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, 1987-2010
Years Sex 0-14 yr (n) 95% CI 0-4 yr (n) 95% CI 5-9 yr (n) 95% CI 10-14 yr (n) 95% CI
1987-2010 M+F 37.7 (931) 35.3-40.2 27.3 (196) 23.6-31.4 42.8 (350) 38.5-47.6 41.1 (385) 37.1-45.4
1987-2010 M 38.3 (485) 35.0-41.9 32.7* (120) 27.1-39.1 40.0 (167) 34.2-46.5 41.2 (198) 35.7-47.3
1987-2010 F 37.0 (446) 33.6-40.6 21.7* (76) 17.1-27.1 45.8 (183) 39.4-53.0 41.0 (187) 35.3-47.3
1987-1991 M+F 29.9 (207) 24.4-35.5 21.3 (42) 15.3-28.7 33.2 (75) 26.1-41.7 35.3 (90) 28.4-43.4
1992-1996 M+F 31.9 (190) 26.1-37.8 27.3 (47) 20.1-36.3 37.3 (73) 29.2-46.9 31.2 (70) 24.3-39.4
1997-2001 M+F 40.9 (203) 34.3-43.4 28.0 (38) 19.8-38.4 46.7 (75) 36.7-58.5 48.1 (90) 38.7-59.1
2002-2006 M+F 42.3 (178) 35.5-49.2 30.2 (36) 21.2-41.8 50.5 (68) 39.2-64.0 46.4 (74) 36.4-58.2
2007-2010 M+F 49.9 (153) 42.2-57.6 35.8 (33) 24.6-50.2 59.1 (59) 45.0-76.3 54.7 (61) 41.9-70.4

CI, confidence interval; n, specified size of age group; F, Female; M, Male; rates age-standardized to 1991 Canadian Census; * p=0.006.

Newhook et al.

Newhook et al. BMC Research Notes 2012 5:628   doi:10.1186/1756-0500-5-628

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