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Crude and Age-Adjusted Death Rates for Hyperglycemic Crises as Underlying Cause per 1,000,000 General Population, United States, 1980–2009

Both the crude and age-adjusted death rates per 1,000,000 population for hyperglycemic crises as underlying cause decreased from 1980 to 2009, with most of the decline occurring in the 1990s through the mid-2000s. Declines in the crude and age-adjusted death rates were similar. In 2009, the age-adjusted rate was less than half the rate in 1980 (7.5 vs. 15.3 per 1,000,000 population).

Graph showing Age-Adjusted Death Rates for Diabetic Hyperglycemic Crises as Underlying Cause per 100,000 General Population, United States, 1980-2009.
 

YearCrudeAge-Adjusted
198013.315.3
198112.514.4
198212.414.2
198312.614.4
198412.714.3
198512.814.3
198612.814.2
198712.213.5
198813.014.2
198912.713.8
199011.512.4
199111.212.0
199210.611.3
199310.611.2
199410.210.7
199510.410.8
199610.010.3
19979.49.7
19989.29.4
19999.39.4
20008.58.6
20018.78.7
20028.78.7
20038.78.6
20047.87.6
20058.17.9
20067.77.5
20077.77.5
20088.17.7
20097.97.5

 

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Detailed Data Table

Data Source: Division of Vital Statistics (data from the National Vital Statistics System), National Center for Health Statistic, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Census of the population and population estimates, U.S. Bureau of the Census; and bridged-race population estimates. National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Data is computed by personnel in the CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

 

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