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Volume 7: No. 3, May 2010

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
Overreporting of Deaths From Coronary Heart Disease in New York City Hospitals, 2003

ICD/Year

United States

New York City

ICD-7
1966 465.1 538.4
1967 453.9 530.0
ICD-8A
1968 482.6 529.9
1969 469.8 521.4
1970 448.0 512.6
1971 448.5 496.7
1972 445.5 489.2
1973 437.0 471.1
1974 414.6 461.7
1975 388.1 435.4
1976 382.2 452.7
1977 368.5 449.2
1978 362.0 436.0
ICD-9
1979 340.5 427.8
1980 345.2 467.8
1981 329.5 451.5
1982 320.3 460.1
1983 316.0 450.9
1984 304.1 441.3
1985 296.2 417.4
1986 283.3 378.3
1987 273.9 351.5
1988 268.5 345.8
1989 257.5 333.7
1990 249.6 341.5
1991 240.6 354.6
1992 232.6 366.0
1993 233.2 383.2
1994 224.5 352.3
1995 219.7 355.4
1996 212.1 340.8
1997 203.6 313.4
1998 197.1 292.9
ICD-10
1999 195.7 302.9
2000 186.6 285.7
2001 177.8 269.3
2002 170.6 266.5
2003 162.8 253.9

Figure. Age-adjusted deaths from coronary heart disease in New York City (NYC) versus the United States overall. “ICD” indicates the revisions of the International Classification of Diseases that were used to categorize cause of death. US data for 1950 to 2002 from National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 2002. US data for 2003 to 2006 from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. NYC data from NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Bureau of Vital Statistics. NYC population data from 1971 to 2003 census estimates. NYC population data from 1961 to 1969 from linear interpolation.

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