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Table 4 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 Hepatitis A Hepatitis B Hepatitis C Hepatitis Delta
North Acre (AC) 0.114 [0.034–0.311] 4.334 [3.677–5.089] 6.927 [6.030–7.929] 1.449 [1.098–1.895]
Amazonas (AM) 0.014 [0.004–0.049] 1.542 [1.357–1.748] 1.625 [1.420–1.853] 0.553 [0.458–0.667]
Amapa (AP) 0.016 [0.001–0.232] 0.273 [0.105–0.610] 1.299 [0.866–1.890] NA
Para (PA) 0.071 [0.047–0.105] 0.393 [0.331–0.464] 1.169 [1.056–1.290] 0.018 [0.007–0.039]
Rondônia (RO) 0.091 [0.037–0.198] 1.682 [1.416–1.993] 1.430 [1.176–1.731] 0.112 [0.052–0.224]
Roraima (RR) 0.080 [0.016–0.421] 1.323 [0.855–2.013] 1.193 [0.726–1.895] 0.184 [0.048–0.584]
Tocantins (TO) 0.106 [0.048–0.209] 0.652 [0.484–0.861] 0.372 [0.246–0.542] 0.038 [0.008–0.116]
Northeast Alagoas (AL) 0.025 [0.008–0.063] 0.294 [0.219–0.387] 0.818 [0.687–0.967] 0.018 [0.004–0.054]
Bahia (BA) 0.021 [0.013–0.033] 0.242 [0.211–0.277] 0.893 [0.831–0.958] 0.005 [0.002–0.013]
Ceara (CE) 0.033 [0.021–0.052] 0.180 [0.146–0.219] 0.442 [0.386–0.503] 0.003 [0.001–0.013]
Maranhão (MA) 0.076 [0.051–0.111] 0.446 [0.379–0.523] 0.652 [0.568–0.745] 0.027 [0.013–0.051]
Paraiba (PB) 0.051 [0.028–0.087] 0.164 [0.118–0.222] 0.509 [0.423–0.608] 0.004 [0.001–0.024]
Pernambuco (PE) 0.037 [0.023–0.053] 0.353 [0.306–0.406] 1.308 [1.214–1.408] 0.008 [0.003–0.020]
Piaui (PI) 0.042 [0.019–0.183] 0.295 [0.224–0.383] 0.375 [0.293–0.475] 0.011 [0.001–0.040]
Rio Grande do Norte (RN) 0.078 [0.045–0.129] 0.246 [0.182–0.327] 0.698 [0.595–0.826] 0.010 [0.001–0.039]
Sergipe (SE) 0.014 [0.002–0.059] 0.395 [0.291–0.526] 0.630 [0.493–0.795] NA
Southeast Espirito Santo (ES) 0.012 [0.002–0.038] 0.726 [0.622–0.844] 1.242 [1.104–1.394] 0.048 [0.025–0.086]
Minas Gerais (MG) 0.021 [0.014–0.030] 0.362 [0.332–0.395] 0.881 [0.833–0.931] 0.012 [0.007–0.019]
Rio de Janeiro (RJ) 0.023 [0.015–0.034] 0.468 [0.431–0.508] 2.605 [2.516–2.696] 0.013 [0.007–0.021]
São Paulo (SP) 0.027 [0.021–0.033] 0.533 [0.508–0.560] 3.046 [2.984–3.109] 0.011 [0.007–0.015]
South Parana (PR) 0.016 [0.008–0.028] 0.649 [0.593–0.710] 1.295 [1.215–1.379] 0.020 [0.011–0.033]
Rio Grande do Sul (RS) 0.030 [0.020–0.046] 0.604 [0.553–0.659] 5.370 [5.218–5.527] 0.011 [0.005–0.022]
Santa Catarina (SC) 0.021 [0.010–0.042] 0.609 [0.539–0.687] 1.965 [1.837–2.100] 0.033 [0.019–0.054]
Central-West Distrito Federal (DF) 0.025 [0.006–0.072] 0.687 [0.558–0.840] 1.473 [1.281–1.688] 0.027 [0.007–0.075]
Goias (GO) 0.024 [0.011–0.046] 0.615 [0.540–0.700] 1.252 [1.142–1.370] 0.011 [0.003–0.028]
Mato Grosso do Sul (MS) 0.020 [0.004–0.060] 0.589 [0.476–0.722] 1.596 [1.405–1.807] NA
Mato Grosso (MT) 0.082 [0.044–0.142] 0.809 [0.682–0.955] 0.916 [0.781–1.072] 0.026 [0.008–0.069]
  1. NA: Not applicable given that no cases were reported. Mean population per year for federative units are described in Table 3