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Table 2 Age-standardized garbage- codes corrected CHD mortality rates per 100,000 by country. 1985–2015

From: Coronary heart disease mortality is decreasing in Argentina, and Colombia, but keeps increasing in Mexico: a time trend study

Sex Argentina Colombia Mexico
Period AMRa Mortality rates (min-max) APCb Period AMRa Mortality rates (min-max) APCb Period AMRa Mortality rates (min-max) APCb
ALL 1997–1999 183.6 181–186.2 1.2 1997–2003 149.8 142.4–156.4 −1.2 1997–2007 135.0 128.9–142.4 −0.6^
1999–2004 169.2 152.6–187.5 −5.0^ 2003–2006 147.5 144.1–151.6 2.3 2007–2015 138.9 128.2–149.4 1.6^
2004–2012 141.2 132.8–148 −0.6 2006–2011 147.4 140.3–153.3 −2.2     
2012–2015 127.0 120.1–136.7 − 5 2011–2015 148.9 137.6–157.6 3.8^     
APCc = 104.6%
P-value < 0.01~
APCc = 9.4%
P-value = 0.38~
APCc = 10.2%
P-value = 0.43~
MALE 1997–1999 246.1 242.4–249.8 1.1 1997–2003 177.7 168.6–183.4 −1 1997–2007 154.8 150.8–160.6 −0.2
1999–2004 227.5 207.7–251.7 −4.7^ 2003–2006 177.4 171.5–183.9 2.5 2007–2015 167.0 151.4–182.3 2.1^
2004–2012 187.1 178–196.1 −1.2 2006–2011 178.2 170.5–184.3 − 1.8     
2012–2015 167.5 159.2–179.3 − 4.1 2011–2015 184.4 168.1–194.8 4.2^     
APCc = 83.3%
P-value < 0.01~
APCc = 8.5%
P-value = 0.46~
APCc = 8.2%
P-value = 0.62~
FEMALE 1997–1999 135.8 133.5–138.1 1.7 1997–2003 125.2 119.3–132.6 −1.5 1997–2007 116.7 108.4–125.2 −1.1^
1999–2004 125.0 112.2–139.9 −5.3^ 2003–2006 121.4 120.1–123.5 2.2 2007–2015 114.1 107.4–120.4 1.0^
2004–2011 105.9 99.7–111.7 0.2 2006–2011 121.0 114.6–126.6 −2.5     
2011–2015 98.4 89.9–110 −4.8^ 2011–2015 120.0 111.9–128.1 3.7^     
APCc = 104.4
P-value = 0.02~
APCc = 10.6
P-value =0.32~
APCc = 12.8%
P-value = 0.40~
  1. Periods were identified by joinpoint regression analysis.
  2. ^p-value < 0.01.
  3. aAMR Average mortality rate.
  4. bAPC Annual percentage change
  5. cAverage percentage change between original and garbage-codes corrected mortality rates