Age Adjusted Death Rate

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Age Adjusted Death Rate

A death rate that controls for the effects of differences in population age distributions, a value which indicates the risk of dying relative to a standard population. The AADR is thought to be more efficient than crude death rates for comparing mortality of population groups with different age structures.
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This is particularly true for the state of Texas, where in 2003 the age-adjusted mortality rate for colorectal cancer was estimated at 26.
The age-adjusted mortality rate for females increased significantly (16.
Mortality disparities by gender among the selected racial/ethnic groups were apparent: age-adjusted mortality rates for female non-Hispanic whites, blacks, Hispanics and others were 20.
Nine-year average crude mortality rates were used to calculate the age-adjusted mortality rates for each block group.
The independent t-test for equality of means was used to determine the significance of the difference in mean age-adjusted mortality rates between adjacent buffer zones.
When the buffer zones for the MSL sites were compared, there was a significant difference in mean age-adjusted mortality rates between the third and fourth buffer zones.
7%) were women; age-adjusted mortality rates were 0.
The Disparities in Age-Adjusted Mortality Rates between the Delta region and the U.
Disaggregation of the figures reveals that compared to Jews, Negev Arabs (Bedouins) suffer from higher age-adjusted mortality rates from infectious diseases, whereas Negev Jews have higher mortality rates from chronic ischemic heart disease (ibid: 12).
Age-Adjusted Mortality Rates, per 1,000, 1983-86, by Subdistrict Ramle 117.
Age-adjusted mortality rates from CDAD were slightly higher for men than for women (Table) and were higher for whites than for any other racial/ethnic group.
Men are four times more likely to be diagnosed with bladder cancer than women; age-adjusted mortality rates from bladder cancer are similarly higher for men than for women.

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