Leading causes of death by race Idaho, 2006-2010



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Leading causes of death by race

Idaho, 2006-2010

Data source: Idaho Death Certificate File (Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare), corrected for misclassified AI/AN race



Rank

American Indian/Alaska Native

Non-Hispanic White

1

Heart disease 18.5% (131)

Cancer 22.5% (11,674)

2

Cancer 16.8% (119)

Heart Disease 22.2% (11,522)

3

Unintentional injury 11.2% (79)

Chronic lower respiratory disease 6.5% (3,393)

4

Liver disease 7.3% (52)

Stroke 5.9% (3,080)

5

Diabetes 6.0% (41)

Unintentional injury 5.5% (2,876)

6

Suicide 5.1% (36)

Alzheimer’s disease 3.7% (1,940)

7

Chronic lower respiratory disease 4.1% (29)

Diabetes 3.1% (1,583)

8

Stroke 3.5% (25)

Suicide 2.3% (1,195)

9

Influenza & pneumonia 2.3% (16)

Influenza & Pneumonia 2.0% (1,019)

10

Nephritis 1.6% (11)

Nephritis 1.5% (766)

Total deaths

708

51,944

(n) = number of deaths







Leading causes of death by age group

American Indian/Alaska Native, Idaho, 2006-2010

Data source: Idaho Death Certificate File (Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare), corrected for misclassified AI/AN race






Age group

Rank

<1

1-4

5-14

15-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

65+

1


SIDS

(6)


Unintentional injury

Unintentional injury

Unintentional injury

(21)


Unintentional injury

(18)


Liver disease

(12)


Heart disease (23)

Cancer

(30)


Cancer

(75)


2










Suicide

(13)


Suicide

(7)



Heart disease (11)

Liver disease (19)

Heart disease

(24)


Heart disease

(73)


3










Homicide

(5)


Liver Disease

(6)


Unintentional injury

(11)


Unintentional injury

(10)


Liver disease

(9)


Diabetes

(24)


4













Cancer

Suicide

(6)


T - Diabetes

(8)



Chronic lower respiratory

Disease


(7)

Chronic lower respiratory disease

(20)


5



















T - Cancer

(8)


Diabetes

(6)



Stroke

(15)


6



















Nephritis

(5)





Influenza & pneumonia

(8)


7



















T – Stroke, Suicide, Viral hepatitis




T- Liver disease, Septicemia

(6)


Total

13

5

5

43

45

66

111

112

308

(n) = number of deaths; if no number specified, the number of cases is too small to report (<5)

T = one or more causes tied for position

Blue shading = chronic conditions with potentially modifiable risk factors

Leading causes of death by age group

Non-Hispanic White, Idaho, 2006-2010

Data source: Idaho Death Certificate File, Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare






Age group

Rank

<1

1-4

5-14

15-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

65+

1


Congenital anomalies (133)

Unintentional injury

(48)


Unintentional injury

(59)


Unintentional injury

(325)


Unintentional injury

(298)


Unintentional injury

(331)


Cancer

(887)


Cancer

(2,076)


Heart disease (9,473)

2

SIDS

(87)


Cancer

(9)


Cancer

(22)


Suicide

(152)


Suicide

(161)


Cancer

(228)


Heart disease (598)

Heart disease (1,197)

Cancer (8,343)

3

Unintentional Injury

(18)


Homicide

(8)


Suicide

(15)


Cancer

(36)


Cancer

(71)


Suicide

(226)


Unintentional injury

(451)


Unintentional injury

(335)


Chronic lower respiratory disease

(2,959)


4

Circulatory system disease

(16)


Congenital anomalies

(6)


Congenital anomalies

(11)


Homicide

(17)


Heart disease (49)

Heart disease (170)

Suicide

(245)


Chronic lower respiratory diseases

(307)


Stroke

(2,776)


5

Homicide

(6)


Heart disease

(5)


Heart disease

(5)


Heart disease (14)

Homicide

(22)


Liver disease (53)

Liver disease (180)

Diabetes

(235)


Alzheimer’s (1,906)

6




Influenza & pneumonia

Chronic lower respiratory disease

Congenital anomalies

(13)


Diabetes

(17)


Diabetes

(45)


Chronic lower respiratory disease

(103)


Suicide

(199)


Diabetes (1,180)

7










Stroke

(7)


Influenza & pneumonia

(14)


Stroke

(31)


Diabetes

(102)


Liver disease

(183)


Unintentional injury

(1,011)


Total

541

107

146

662

783

1,385

3,300

5,793

39,227

(n) = number of deaths; if no number specified, the number of cases is too small to report (<5)

T = one or more causes tied for position

Blue shading = chronic conditions with potentially modifiable risk factors


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