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Table 1 Overall and cause-specific mortality rates in Brazilian capitals and Argentineans provinces (2015)

From: Temporal trends in behavioral risk and protective factors and their association with mortality rates: results from Brazil and Argentina

  Mortality rate
Overall
(per 1000)
By cancer
(per 100,000)
By CVD
(per 100,000)
Mean (95%C.I.) Mean (95%C.I.) Mean (95%C.I.)
Brazil
Geographical region 0.020 < 0.001 0.010
 North 4.7 (3.9; 5.5) 76.6 (61.9; 91.4) 85.0 (63.7; 106.2)
 Northeast 6.1 (5.7; 6.4) 101.4 (91.9; 110.8) 127.3 (110.8; 143.7)
 Midwest 5.5 (4.0; 7.0) 105.1 (81.4; 128.8) 119.5 (75.3; 163.7)
 Southeast 6.6 (4.4; 8.7) 130.9 (110.2; 151.6) 144.1 (87.7; 200.5)
 South 6.0 (2.4; 9.6) 150.0 (61.3; 238.7) 130.8 (52.5; 209.0)
Total 5.7 (5.3; 6.1) 105.3 (94.1; 116.5) 118.0 (105.4; 130.7)
Brazil (Standardized)a
Geographical region 0.474 0.176 0.725
 North 8.1 (6.3; 9.8) 135.1 (109.2; 161.0) 176.7 (129.7; 223.6)
 Northeast 7.6 (7.1; 8.2) 127.0 (117.2; 136.9) 172.6 (146.4; 198.7)
 Midwest 7.8 (6.0; 9.5) 144.4 (125.4; 163.3) 182.8 (135.7; 229.8)
 Southeast 7.0 (5.1; 8.9) 135.4 (118.5; 152.3) 158.2 (98.8; 217.7)
 South 6.6 (4.7; 8.5) 157.7 (107.1; 208.3) 148.2 (111.1; 185.2)
Total 7.6 (4.8; 10.9) 136.3 (128.6; 144.1) 170.3 (106.8; 263.4)
Argentina
Geographical region < 0.001 < 0.001 < 0.001
 Pampeana 8.4 (7.3; 9.5) 177.8 (152.1; 203.4) 193.4 (148.6; 238.3)
 Northwest 6.1 (5.6; 6.6) 93.5 (77.2; 109.9) 108.3 (73.3; 143.4)
 Northeast 6.3 (5.6; 7.0) 116.3 (96.3; 136.3) 141.6 (75.6; 207.5)
 Cuyo 6.9 (5.9; 7.8) 141.0 (121.9; 160.1) 176.7 (100.5; 252.9)
 Patagonica 5.0 (3.7; 6.4) 117.3 (87.9; 146.8) 94.7 (67.8; 121.7)
Total 6.6 (6.0; 7.2) 129.3 (113.9; 144.7) 140.8 (119.1; 162.6)
  1. CVD cardiovascular diseases, 95% C.I 95% confidence interval
  2. aStandardized according to the Argentinean population’s sex- and age-distribution