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Age Adjusted Death Rate (redirected from Age Adjusted Mortality Rate)
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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The overall age adjusted mortality rate
for the period was 0.21 (95% CI 0.20, 0.22) per 1 million person-years.
The age adjusted mortality rate
by census block groups in Cincinnati is shown in Figure 4.
When the county is identified, the county's age adjusted mortality rate
is provided at the top of the screen along with the number of deaths and the standard error.