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11br -- Deaths, age-standardised and crude deaths rates by underlying cause of death (time series classification) and gender, whole population and persons aged 15-64, 1971-2020

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Underlying cause of death (time series classification)

A change in the WHO coding rules has reduced pneumonia as an underlying cause since 2005, after which pneumonia appears in the statistics mainly as an immediate cause of death.

The key between this short list and the different Classification of Diseases is described on the homepage of the statistics on causes of death under Classifications.

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Age-standardised death rate, whole population (1/100 000)

The direct age standardization has been used in calculating death rates using the age distribution of the European standard population as defined by Eurostat in 2012 (ESP2012) as the weights.
Age-standardised death rates are comparable only when they have been calculated with the same standard population.
Therefore, age-standardised death rates for the whole population and persons aged 15-64 can not be compared with each other.

Crude death rate, whole population (1/100 000)

Crude death rate indicates the number of deaths per 100,000 persons of the mean population.

Age-standardised death rate, aged 15-64 (1/100 000)

The direct age standardization has been used in calculating death rates using the age distribution of the European standard population as defined by Eurostat in 2012 (ESP2012) as the weights.
Age-standardised death rates are comparable only when they have been calculated with the same standard population.
Therefore, age-standardised death rates for the whole population and persons aged 15-64 can not be compared with each other.

Crude death rate, aged 15-64 (1/100 000)

Crude death rate indicates the number of deaths per 100,000 persons of the mean population.