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Table 3 Number of deaths, crude and age-standardized mortality rates (per 100,000 inhabitants) [95% confidence interval] due to viral hepatitis according to the federative units in Brazil from 2008 to 2014

From: Age-standardized mortality rates related to viral hepatitis in Brazil

Macro-region Federative Unit Mean population per year Number of deaths Crude mortality rates Age-standardized mortality rates [95% CI]
North Acre (AC) 739,518 466 9.002 12.885 [11.698–14.172]
Amazonas (AM) 3,575,067 737 2.945 4.170 [3.858–4.504]
Amapa (AP) 682,303 48 1.005 1.926 [1.396–2.609]
Para (PA) 7,698,641 748 1.388 2.000 [1.855–2.154]
Rondônia (RO) 1,600,496 310 2.767 3.576 [3.176–4.020]
Roraima (RR) 457,143 68 2.125 3.282 [2.500–4.280]
Tocantins (TO) 1,392,251 115 1.180 1.438 [1.183–1.734]
Northeast Alagoas (AL) 3,191,489 231 1.034 1.308 [1.143–1.491]
Bahia (BA) 1,4512,661 1215 1.196 1.344 [1.269–1.422]
Ceara (CE) 8,604,602 415 0.689 0.764 [0.692–0.842]
Maranhão (MA) 6,609,808 527 1.139 1.487 [1.361–1.621]
Paraiba (PB) 3,820,185 215 0.804 0.854 [0.743–0.978]
Pernambuco (PE) 8,948,388 1016 1.622 1.826 [1.715–1.942]
Piaui (PI) 3,152,709 160 0.725 0.829 [0.705–0.969]
Rio Grande do Norte (RN) 3,232,637 229 1.012 1.147 [1.003–1.307]
Sergipe (SE) 2,100,840 145 0.986 1.206 [1.016–1.423]
Southeast Espirito Santo (ES) 36,15,218 516 2.039 2.153 [1.970–2.349]
Minas Gerais (MG) 20,050,125 2000 1.425 1.397 [1.336–1.460]
Rio de Janeiro (RJ) 16,149,068 4082 3.611 3.248 [3.149–3.350]
São Paulo (SP) 42,116,780 11,548 3.917 3.797 [3.728–3.868]
South Parana (PR) 10,696,240 1630 2.177 2.163 [2.059–2.271]
Rio Grande do Sul (RS) 10,906,189 5399 7.072 6.187 [6.023–6.356]
Santa Catarina (SC) 6,353,717 1252 2.815 2.773 [2.620–2.933]
Central-West Distrito Federal (DF) 2,661,654 354 1.900 2.349 [2.105–2.616]
Goias (GO) 6,137,736 803 1.869 2.053 [1.912–2.203]
Mato Grosso do Sul (MS) 2,476,719 375 2.163 2.347 [2.114–2.600]
Mato Grosso (MT) 3,084,790 374 1.732 2.023 [1.819–2.247]
  1. Mean population by year = ratio between total population from 2008 to 2014 and 7 years. Crude mortality rate = number of death / mean population * 7 (number of years)