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Table 1 All-cause mortality in Rome from 1990 to 2001 by socioeconomic position (age 0–74 years).

From: Socioeconomic differentials in premature mortality in Rome: changes from 1990 to 2001

  Men
  1990–92 1993–95 1996–98 1999–2001
  deaths rate RR 95%CI deaths rate RR 95%CI deaths rate RR 95%CI deaths Rate RR 95%CI
  3528 455 1.24 1.19 – 1.30 3255 402 1.35 1.29 – 1.41 2772 335 1.50 1.43 – 1.58 2582 318 1.46 1.39 – 1.54
Age (years)
20–44 312 120 1.62 1.41 – 1.86 297 120 1.78 1.55 – 2.04 237 96 1.87 1.61 – 2.17 207 84 1.66 1.41 – 1.96
45–59 675 497 1.23 1.11 – 1.35 618 444 1.34 1.21 – 1.48 505 360 1.54 1.38 – 1.72 502 359 1.51 1.40 – 1.68
60–74 4960 2328 1.18 1.11 – 1.25 4576 2010 1.30 1.22 – 1.37 3986 1718 1.42 1.35 – 1.51 3676 1618 1.40 1.32 – 1.49
  Women
  1990–92 1993–95 1996–98 1999–2001
  deaths rate RR 95%CI deaths rate RR 95%CI deaths rate RR 95%CI deaths Rate RR 95%CI
  2387 224 1.15 1.09 – 1.23 2352 218 1.14 1.07 – 1.21 2071 195 1.28 1.20 – 1.36 1853 182 1.23 1.15 – 1.31
Age (years)
20–44 163 61 1.34 1.10 – 1.63 165 63 1.29 1.06 – 1.58 134 50 1.62 1.32 – 2.00 123 45 1.34 1.07 – 1.67
45–59 460 283 1.01 0.89 – 1.15 412 255 1.11 0.97 – 1.26 412 251 1.14 1.00 – 1.30 356 218 1.19 1.04 – 1.37
60–74 1728 1058 1.16 1.08 – 1.30 1734 1041 1.15 1.07 – 1.23 1496 928 1.27 1.18 – 1.40 1327 845 1.30 1.21 – 1.40
  1. Legend: Number of deaths and mortality rate (x100,000) in level I (well off), and rate ratios in level IV (underprivileged) to that in level I