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Number of Diabetes-attributable Deaths in Persons, Aged 15 Years or Older, United States, 2013

Data Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. Multiple Cause of Death 1999-2013 from CDC WONDER Online Database.
The number of deaths with diabetes as UCD corresponds to death certificate reports where diabetes was ascertained to be the disease that initiated the chain of morbid events that led directly and inevitably to death.

Age Group All Causes of Death (Estimated)Reports the estimated number of deaths from all causes attributable to diabetes. Cause-specific Diabetes-Attributable Deaths
Cardiovascular Disease (Estimated)Reports the estimated number of deaths from cardiovascular disease attributable to diabetes. End-stage Renal Disease
Number of deaths from end-stage renal disease reported in death certificates among those with diabetes. This assumes that all deaths from end-stage renal disease in this subpopulation are attributable to diabetes.
15-44 7,050 1,230 1,257
45-64 109,670 34,620 10,812
65-74 84,730 30,730 10,493
75+ 91,780 24,370 10,439
Total 293,220 90,950 33,001

Data Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. Multiple Cause of Death 1999-2013 from CDC WONDER Online Database.
The number of deaths with diabetes as UCD corresponds to death certificate reports where diabetes was ascertained to be the disease that initiated the chain of morbid events that led directly and inevitably to death.

Sex Age Group All Causes of Death (Estimated)Reports the estimated number of deaths from all causes attributable to diabetes. Cause-specific Diabetes-Attributable Deaths
Cardiovascular Disease (Estimated)Reports the estimated number of deaths from cardiovascular disease attributable to diabetes. End-stage Renal Disease
Number of deaths from end-stage renal disease reported in death certificates among those with diabetes. This assumes that all deaths from end-stage renal disease in this subpopulation are attributable to diabetes.
Overall 15-44 7,050 1,230 1,257
45-64 109,670 34,620 10,812
65-74 84,730 30,730 10,493
75+ 91,780 24,370 10,439
Total 293,220 90,950 33,001
Males 15-44 5,310 0 660
45-64 68,310 25,380 6,083
65-74 46,820 19,030 5,667
75+ 35,660 5,570 5,241
Total 156,100 49,980 17,651
Females 15-44 1,740 1,230 597
45-64 41,360 9,240 4,729
65-74 37,910 11,700 4,826
75+ 56,120 18,800 5,198
Total 137,130 40,970 15,350

Data Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. Multiple Cause of Death 1999-2013 from CDC WONDER Online Database, 2013 United States Renal Data System.
No relative risk available for cardiovascular disease males, age 15-44 (no individuals with the condition died in the National Health Interview Survey sample).
Relative risk for cardiovascular disease males, age 75+ is not statistically significant at alpha = 0.1.
Estimated cases are rounded independently and may not add to totals.

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