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Age-Adjusted and Age-Specific
Drug-induced Mortality Rates
by Race and Sex
Michigan Residents, 1989-2012

All Races
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 64 Age 65 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 154     4.7±0.7 1,394   26.9±1.4 73   5.1±1.2 1,621   16.6±0.8
2011 170     5.2±0.8 1,462   28.1±1.4 76   5.5±1.2 1,708   17.5±0.8
2010 177     5.3±0.8 1,484   28.5±1.5 63   4.6±1.1 1,724   17.3±0.8
2009 171     5.1±0.8 1,495   28.7±1.5 73   5.4±1.2 1,739   17.6±0.8
2008 154     4.5±0.7 1,370   26.2±1.4 47   3.6±1.0 1,571   15.7±0.8
2007 150     4.4±0.7 1,313   24.9±1.3 62   4.8±1.2 1,525   15.0±0.8
2006 170     4.9±0.7 1,414   26.7±1.4 74   5.8±1.3 1,658   16.5±0.8
2005 124     3.5±0.6 1,193   22.6±1.3 63   5.0±1.2 1,380   13.7±0.7
2004 107     3.0±0.6 1,028   19.5±1.2 65   5.2±1.3 1,200   11.9±0.7
2003 64     1.8±0.4 959   18.3±1.2 35   2.8±0.9 1,058   10.5±0.6
2002 76     2.1±0.5 953   18.2±1.2 46   3.7±1.1 1,075   10.7±0.6
2001 57     1.6±0.4 860   16.5±1.1 30   2.4±0.9 947   9.4±0.6
2000 39     1.1±0.3 825   15.9±1.1 36   2.9±1.0 900   9.0±0.6
1999 44     1.3±0.4 635   12.3±1.0 26   2.1±0.8 705   7.1±0.5
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.20), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 39     1.1±0.3 572   11.2±0.9 37   3.1±1.0 648   6.6±0.5
1997 35     1.0±0.3 496   9.7±0.9 36   3.0±1.0 567   5.8±0.5
1996 21     0.6±0.3 434   8.6±0.8 26   2.2±0.8 482   5.0±0.4
1995 23     0.7±0.3 400   8.0±0.8 26   2.2±0.8 450   4.7±0.4
1994 31     0.9±0.3 348   7.1±0.7 35   3.0±1.0 414   4.3±0.4
1993 18     0.5±0.2 306   6.3±0.7 34   2.9±1.0 358   3.8±0.4
1992 30     0.9±0.3 328   6.8±0.7 34   3.0±1.0 392   4.2±0.4
1991 32     0.9±0.3 336   7.0±0.7 44   3.9±1.2 412   4.4±0.4
1990 27     0.8±0.3 303   6.4±0.7 32   2.9±1.0 362   3.9±0.4
1989 33     0.9±0.3 364   7.8±0.8 41   3.8±1.2 438   4.7±0.5

All Races, Male
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 64 Age 65 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 111     6.7±1.2 786   30.8±2.2 36   5.7±1.9 933   19.5±1.3
2011 118     7.0±1.3 867   33.8±2.3 46   7.6±2.2 1,031   21.6±1.3
2010 132     7.8±1.3 853   33.3±2.2 22   3.7±1.6 1,007   20.6±1.3
2009 127     7.4±1.3 929   36.1±2.3 33   5.7±2.0 1,089   22.3±1.3
2008 100     5.8±1.1 832   32.2±2.2 23   4.1±1.7 955   19.4±1.2
2007 107     6.1±1.2 833   32.0±2.2 33   6.0±2.1 973   19.5±1.2
2006 114     6.4±1.2 911   34.9±2.3 33   6.2±2.1 1,058   21.4±1.3
2005 97     5.4±1.1 746   28.6±2.0 29   5.5±2.0 872   17.5±1.2
2004 83     4.6±1.0 660   25.3±1.9 37   7.1±2.3 780   15.8±1.1
2003 42     2.3±0.7 579   22.3±1.8 13   2.5±1.4 634   12.7±1.0
2002 56     3.1±0.8 611   23.6±1.9 20   3.9±1.7 687   13.9±1.0
2001 38     2.1±0.7 557   21.6±1.8 10   2.0±1.2 605   12.2±1.0
2000 26     1.4±0.6 561   21.8±1.8 12   2.4±1.4 599   12.1±1.0
1999 29     1.6±0.6 419   16.4±1.6 12   2.4±1.4 460   9.4±0.9
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.20), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 26     1.5±0.6 363   14.3±1.5 16   3.2±1.6 405   8.4±0.8
1997 27     1.5±0.6 333   13.2±1.4 16   3.2±1.6 376   7.9±0.8
1996 14     0.8±0.4 270   10.8±1.3 8   1.6±1.1 293   6.2±0.7
1995 15     0.8±0.4 245   10.0±1.2 7   1.4±1.1 267   5.6±0.7
1994 12     0.7±0.4 221   9.1±1.2 14   2.9±1.5 247   5.3±0.7
1993 11     0.6±0.4 195   8.1±1.1 10   2.1±1.3 216   4.6±0.6
1992 19     1.1±0.5 198   8.3±1.2 13   2.8±1.5 230   5.0±0.7
1991 23     1.3±0.5 199   8.5±1.2 20   4.4±1.9 242   5.3±0.7
1990 17     1.0±0.5 181   7.8±1.1 11   2.5±1.5 209   4.6±0.6
1989 19     1.1±0.5 246   10.7±1.3 17   3.9±1.8 282   6.3±0.8

All Races, Female
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 64 Age 65 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 43     2.7±0.8 608   23.2±1.8 37   4.6±1.5 688   13.8±1.1
2011 52     3.2±0.9 595   22.6±1.8 30   3.8±1.4 677   13.6±1.0
2010 45     2.8±0.8 631   23.9±1.9 41   5.3±1.6 717   14.0±1.0
2009 44     2.7±0.8 566   21.4±1.8 40   5.2±1.6 650   12.9±1.0
2008 54     3.3±0.9 538   20.3±1.7 24   3.2±1.3 616   12.0±1.0
2007 43     2.6±0.8 480   18.0±1.6 29   3.9±1.4 552   10.6±0.9
2006 56     3.3±0.9 503   18.8±1.6 41   5.6±1.7 600   11.7±0.9
2005 27     1.6±0.6 447   16.7±1.6 34   4.7±1.6 508   9.9±0.9
2004 24     1.4±0.6 368   13.8±1.4 28   3.9±1.4 420   8.2±0.8
2003 22     1.3±0.5 380   14.3±1.4 22   3.0±1.3 424   8.3±0.8
2002 20     1.2±0.5 342   12.9±1.4 26   3.6±1.4 388   7.6±0.8
2001 19     1.1±0.5 303   11.5±1.3 20   2.8±1.2 342   6.7±0.7
2000 13     0.8±0.4 264   10.1±1.2 24   3.3±1.3 301   5.9±0.7
1999 15     0.9±0.4 216   8.3±1.1 14   2.0±1.0 245   4.9±0.6
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.20), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 13     0.8±0.4 209   8.1±1.1 21   2.9±1.3 243   4.8±0.6
1997 8     0.5±0.3 163   6.3±1.0 20   2.8±1.2 191   3.8±0.5
1996 7     0.4±0.3 164   6.4±1.0 18   2.5±1.2 189   3.8±0.5
1995 8     0.5±0.3 155   6.1±1.0 19   2.7±1.2 183   3.7±0.5
1994 19     1.1±0.5 127   5.1±0.9 21   3.0±1.3 167   3.4±0.5
1993 7     0.4±0.3 111   4.5±0.8 24   3.5±1.4 142   2.9±0.5
1992 11     0.6±0.4 130   5.3±0.9 21   3.1±1.3 162   3.3±0.5
1991 9     0.5±0.3 137   5.6±0.9 24   3.6±1.4 170   3.6±0.5
1990 10     0.6±0.4 122   5.0±0.9 21   3.2±1.4 153   3.2±0.5
1989 14     0.8±0.4 118   4.9±0.9 24   3.7±1.5 156   3.3±0.5

White
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 64 Age 65 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 147     5.9±0.9 1,153   27.1±1.6 64   5.0±1.2 1,364   17.5±1.0
2011 158     6.3±1.0 1,202   28.1±1.6 69   5.6±1.3 1,429   18.3±1.0
2010 158     6.2±1.0 1,212   28.3±1.6 56   4.6±1.2 1,426   17.8±0.9
2009 151     5.8±0.9 1,181   27.5±1.6 61   5.1±1.3 1,393   17.7±0.9
2008 139     5.3±0.9 1,108   25.6±1.5 34   2.9±1.0 1,281   15.9±0.9
2007 137     5.1±0.9 1,027   23.6±1.4 54   4.7±1.3 1,218   14.8±0.8
2006 162     6.0±0.9 1,094   25.0±1.5 66   5.9±1.4 1,322   16.2±0.9
2005 110     4.0±0.7 928   21.2±1.4 57   5.1±1.3 1,095   13.3±0.8
2004 100     3.6±0.7 783   17.9±1.3 55   5.0±1.3 938   11.4±0.7
2003 57     2.0±0.5 720   16.5±1.2 29   2.6±1.0 806   9.7±0.7
2002 65     2.3±0.6 682   15.7±1.2 38   3.5±1.1 785   9.5±0.7
2001 51     1.8±0.5 590   13.6±1.1 27   2.5±0.9 668   8.0±0.6
2000 33     1.2±0.4 586   13.5±1.1 32   2.9±1.0 651   7.8±0.6
1999 40     1.4±0.4 437   10.1±0.9 23   2.1±0.9 500   6.0±0.5
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.20), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 31     1.1±0.4 379   8.8±0.9 32   3.0±1.0 442   5.3±0.5
1997 27     1.0±0.4 326   7.6±0.8 33   3.1±1.0 386   4.7±0.5
1996 12     0.4±0.2 292   6.8±0.8 23   2.1±0.9 328   4.0±0.4
1995 12     0.4±0.2 245   5.8±0.7 26   2.4±0.9 284   3.5±0.4
1994 21     0.8±0.3 237   5.7±0.7 32   3.0±1.1 290   3.6±0.4
1993 13     0.5±0.3 193   4.6±0.7 31   3.0±1.0 237   2.9±0.4
1992 26     0.9±0.4 230   5.6±0.7 32   3.1±1.1 288   3.6±0.4
1991 20     0.7±0.3 238   5.8±0.7 39   3.9±1.2 297   3.8±0.4
1990 23     0.8±0.3 192   4.7±0.7 30   3.0±1.1 245   3.1±0.4
1989 21     0.7±0.3 213   5.3±0.7 38   3.9±1.2 272   3.4±0.4

White Male
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 64 Age 65 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 106     8.3±1.6 658   31.0±2.4 31   5.5±1.9 795   20.7±1.5
2011 109     8.4±1.6 721   33.8±2.5 41   7.7±2.3 871   22.7±1.5
2010 120     9.2±1.6 711   33.3±2.4 18   3.4±1.6 849   21.6±1.5
2009 113     8.5±1.6 725   33.8±2.5 23   4.5±1.8 861   22.1±1.5
2008 92     6.8±1.4 675   31.3±2.4 13   2.6±1.4 780   19.5±1.4
2007 99     7.2±1.4 650   29.9±2.3 27   5.5±2.1 776   19.1±1.4
2006 110     7.9±1.5 692   31.6±2.4 27   5.6±2.1 829   20.5±1.4
2005 85     6.0±1.3 589   26.9±2.2 26   5.5±2.1 700   17.1±1.3
2004 78     5.5±1.2 520   23.8±2.0 29   6.2±2.3 627   15.4±1.2
2003 39     2.7±0.9 446   20.4±1.9 11   2.4±1.4 496   12.0±1.1
2002 51     3.6±1.0 445   20.4±1.9 14   3.1±1.6 510   12.4±1.1
2001 34     2.4±0.8 388   17.8±1.8 8   1.8±1.2 430   10.4±1.0
2000 23     1.6±0.7 411   18.9±1.8 9   2.0±1.3 443   10.7±1.0
1999 26     1.8±0.7 292   13.5±1.5 10   2.2±1.4 328   8.0±0.9
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.20), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 22     1.5±0.6 234   10.9±1.4 13   2.9±1.6 269   6.6±0.8
1997 20     1.4±0.6 221   10.3±1.4 16   3.6±1.8 257   6.3±0.8
1996 8     0.6±0.4 179   8.4±1.2 7   1.6±1.2 195   4.8±0.7
1995 8     0.6±0.4 159   7.6±1.2 7   1.6±1.2 174   4.3±0.6
1994 8     0.6±0.4 154   7.4±1.2 13   3.0±1.6 175   4.3±0.6
1993 8     0.6±0.4 122   5.9±1.0 9   2.1±1.4 139   3.5±0.6
1992 15     1.0±0.5 136   6.6±1.1 12   2.9±1.6 163   4.1±0.6
1991 14     1.0±0.5 138   6.8±1.1 18   4.4±2.0 170   4.4±0.7
1990 14     1.0±0.5 110   5.5±1.0 10   2.5±1.6 134   3.4±0.6
1989 12     0.8±0.5 139   7.0±1.2 15   3.8±1.9 166   4.3±0.7

White Female
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 64 Age 65 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 41     3.4±1.0 495   23.3±2.0 33   4.6±1.6 569   14.3±1.2
2011 49     4.0±1.1 481   22.4±2.0 28   4.1±1.5 558   13.9±1.2
2010 38     3.1±1.0 501   23.3±2.0 38   5.6±1.8 577   14.0±1.2
2009 38     3.0±1.0 456   21.2±1.9 38   5.6±1.8 532   13.1±1.1
2008 47     3.7±1.0 433   20.0±1.9 21   3.2±1.3 501   12.2±1.1
2007 38     2.9±0.9 377   17.3±1.7 27   4.1±1.6 442   10.5±1.0
2006 52     3.9±1.1 402   18.4±1.8 39   6.0±1.9 493   11.8±1.1
2005 25     1.9±0.7 339   15.5±1.7 31   4.8±1.7 395   9.4±0.9
2004 22     1.6±0.7 263   12.0±1.5 26   4.1±1.6 311   7.5±0.8
2003 18     1.3±0.6 274   12.6±1.5 18   2.8±1.3 310   7.4±0.8
2002 14     1.0±0.5 237   10.9±1.4 24   3.8±1.5 275   6.6±0.8
2001 17     1.3±0.6 202   9.3±1.3 19   3.0±1.3 238   5.7±0.7
2000 10     0.7±0.5 175   8.1±1.2 23   3.6±1.5 208   4.9±0.7
1999 14     1.0±0.5 145   6.7±1.1 13   2.0±1.1 172   4.1±0.6
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.20), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 9     0.7±0.4 145   6.7±1.1 19   3.0±1.3 173   4.1±0.6
1997 7     0.5±0.4 105   4.9±0.9 17   2.7±1.3 129   3.1±0.5
1996 4    

*

113   5.3±1.0 16   2.5±1.2 133   3.2±0.5
1995 4    

*

86   4.1±0.9 19   3.0±1.4 110   2.6±0.5
1994 13     1.0±0.5 83   3.9±0.8 19   3.0±1.4 115   2.8±0.5
1993 5    

*

71   3.4±0.8 22   3.5±1.5 98   2.4±0.5
1992 11     0.8±0.5 94   4.5±0.9 20   3.3±1.4 125   3.0±0.5
1991 6     0.4±0.3 100   4.8±0.9 21   3.5±1.5 127   3.2±0.6
1990 9     0.7±0.4 82   4.0±0.9 20   3.4±1.5 111   2.7±0.5
1989 9     0.7±0.4 74   3.6±0.8 23   4.0±1.6 106   2.6±0.5

Black
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 64 Age 65 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 3    

*

191   26.2±3.7 9   6.2±4.1 203   14.1±2.0
2011 7     1.1±0.8 218   29.8±4.0 7   5.0±3.7 232   16.1±2.1
2010 11     1.8±1.1 232   31.7±4.1 7   5.1±3.8 250   16.9±2.1
2009 10     1.6±1.0 261   35.8±4.3 10   7.5±4.7 281   19.7±2.3
2008 10     1.6±1.0 241   32.9±4.2 13   10.0±5.4 264   18.4±2.2
2007 8     1.3±0.9 258   35.1±4.3 8   6.3±4.3 274   19.1±2.3
2006 5    

*

290   39.4±4.5 7   5.5±4.1 302   21.5±2.4
2005 7     1.1±0.8 242   33.0±4.2 5  

*

254   18.2±2.2
2004 5    

*

216   29.6±4.0 9   7.3±4.7 230   16.7±2.2
2003 4    

*

223   30.8±4.0 5  

*

232   17.0±2.2
2002 9     1.4±0.9 263   36.6±4.4 8   6.5±4.5 280   20.8±2.4
2001 3    

*

258   36.1±4.4 3  

*

264   19.7±2.4
2000 6     0.9±0.8 237   33.4±4.3 4  

*

247   18.7±2.3
1999 3    

*

185   26.4±3.8 3  

*

191   14.8±2.1
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.20), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 7     1.1±0.8 191   27.6±3.9 5  

*

203   15.7±2.2
1997 8     1.3±0.9 168   24.6±3.7 3  

*

179   14.0±2.1
1996 9     1.4±0.9 139   20.7±3.4 3  

*

151   11.8±1.9
1995 9     1.4±0.9 150   22.8±3.6 -  

-

159   12.8±2.0
1994 10     1.6±1.0 105   16.3±3.1 3  

*

118   9.5±1.8
1993 5    

*

110   17.3±3.2 3  

*

118   9.4±1.7
1992 4    

*

95   15.1±3.0 2  

*

101   8.4±1.7
1991 11     1.8±1.1 94   15.3±3.1 5  

*

110   8.9±1.7
1990 4    

*

108   17.8±3.4 1  

*

113   9.8±1.8
1989 10     1.7±1.1 150   25.2±4.0 3  

*

163   13.8±2.2

Black Male
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 64 Age 65 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 3    

*

103   30.4±5.9 5  

*

111   16.4±3.1
2011 4    

*

124   36.6±6.4 5  

*

133   19.8±3.4
2010 6     1.9±1.5 121   35.6±6.4 4  

*

131   18.9±3.3
2009 6     1.9±1.5 167   49.4±7.5 9   17.1±11.2 182   27.6±4.0
2008 7     2.2±1.6 144   42.5±6.9 10   19.5±12.1 161   24.7±3.9
2007 5    

*

170   49.9±7.5 6   12.0±9.6 181   27.5±4.0
2006 3    

*

197   57.8±8.1 6   12.1±9.7 206   31.8±4.4
2005 5    

*

143   42.2±6.9 2  

*

150   23.2±3.8
2004 3    

*

120   35.6±6.4 8   16.5±11.4 131   20.8±3.6
2003 2    

*

123   36.8±6.5 2  

*

127   20.2±3.5
2002 5    

*

163   49.1±7.5 6   12.4±9.9 174   28.1±4.2
2001 2    

*

162   49.1±7.6 2  

*

166   27.2±4.2
2000 3    

*

148   45.2±7.3 3  

*

154   25.4±4.0
1999 2    

*

117   36.3±6.6 2  

*

121   20.8±3.8
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.20), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 4    

*

128   40.3±7.0 3  

*

135   23.2±4.0
1997 7     2.2±1.7 110   35.2±6.6 -  

-

117   19.9±3.6
1996 6     1.9±1.5 89   29.0±6.0 1  

*

96   16.5±3.3
1995 5    

*

84   28.0±6.0 -  

-

89   15.7±3.3
1994 4    

*

64   21.7±5.3 1  

*

69   12.5±3.0
1993 3    

*

71   24.5±5.7 1  

*

75   13.5±3.1
1992 4    

*

61   21.4±5.4 1  

*

66   12.5±3.1
1991 8     2.7±1.9 59   21.2±5.4 2  

*

69   12.5±3.1
1990 3    

*

70   25.7±6.0 1  

*

74   14.4±3.4
1989 7     2.4±1.8 106   39.4±7.5 2  

*

115   22.1±4.3

Black Female
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 64 Age 65 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 -    

-

88   22.5±4.7 4  

*

92   12.1±2.5
2011 3    

*

94   24.0±4.8 2  

*

99   13.0±2.6
2010 5    

*

111   28.3±5.3 3  

*

119   15.3±2.8
2009 4    

*

94   24.0±4.9 1  

*

99   13.1±2.6
2008 3    

*

97   24.7±4.9 3  

*

103   13.2±2.6
2007 3    

*

88   22.3±4.7 2  

*

93   12.1±2.5
2006 2    

*

93   23.5±4.8 1  

*

96   12.7±2.6
2005 2    

*

99   25.1±5.0 3  

*

104   14.0±2.7
2004 2    

*

96   24.5±4.9 1  

*

99   13.2±2.6
2003 2    

*

100   25.7±5.0 3  

*

105   14.3±2.7
2002 4    

*

100   25.8±5.1 2  

*

106   14.6±2.8
2001 1    

*

96   24.9±5.0 1  

*

98   13.5±2.7
2000 3    

*

89   23.3±4.8 1  

*

93   13.0±2.7
1999 1    

*

68   18.0±4.3 1  

*

70   10.0±2.3
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.20), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 3    

*

63   16.9±4.2 2  

*

68   9.5±2.3
1997 1    

*

58   15.7±4.0 3  

*

62   9.0±2.2
1996 3    

*

50   13.7±3.8 2  

*

55   7.8±2.1
1995 4    

*

66   18.5±4.5 -  

-

70   10.2±2.4
1994 6     1.9±1.6 41   11.7±3.6 2  

*

49   7.1±2.0
1993 2    

*

39   11.3±3.5 2  

*

43   6.1±1.8
1992 -    

-

34   9.9±3.3 1  

*

35   5.1±1.7
1991 3    

*

35   10.4±3.4 3  

*

41   6.0±1.9
1990 1    

*

38   11.4±3.6 -  

-

39   6.0±1.9
1989 3    

*

44   13.4±4.0 1  

*

48   7.2±2.1

 

Note: Rates are based on age-specific death rates per 100,000 population in specified group.  Computed by the direct method, using as the standard population the age distribution of the total population of the United States as projected for the year 2000.

The true rate lies between the lower and upper bounds of the interval with 95% statistical confidence.

The underlying cause of death is the condition giving rise to the chain of events leading to death. Between January 1, 1979 and December 31, 1998, the underlying causes of death were classified in accordance with the Ninth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9), a coding structure developed by the World Health Organization. Starting January 1, 1999, causes of death were classified using the Tenth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10). With each revision there are differences in classifying the underlying cause of death. Therefore, health statistics based on one revision are not directly comparable to the other revision without the use of comparability ratios.
(See "Comparability of cause of death between ICD–9 and ICD–10: Preliminary estimates." National vital statistics reports; vol 49 no. 2. Hyattsville, Maryland: National Center for Health Statistics. 2001. )


Before 1999, Drug-induced deaths were classified with ICD-9 codes 292, 304, 305.2-305.9, E850-E858, E950.0-E950.5, E962.0, E980.0-E980.5. Starting in 1999, Drug-induced deaths were classified using ICD-10 codes D52.1,D59.0,D59.2,D61.1,D64.2,E06.4,E16.0,E23.1,E24.2,E27.3,E66.1,F11.0-F11.5,F11.7-F11.9,F12.0-F12.5,F12.7-F12.9,F13.0-F13.5,F13.7-F13.9,F14.0-F14.5,F14.7-F14.9,F15.0-F15.5,F15.7-F15.9,F16.0-F16.5,F16.7-F16.9,F17.0,F17.3-F17.5,F17.7-F17.9,F18.0-F18.5,F18.7-F18.9,F19.0-F19.5,F19.7-F19.9,G21.1,G24.0,G25.1,G25.4,G25.6,G44.4,G62.0,G72.0,I95.2,J70.2-J70.4,K85.3,L10.5,L27.0-L27.1,M10.2,M32.0,M80.4,M81.4,M83.5,M87.1,R50.2,R78.1-R78.5,X40-X44,X60-X64,X85, and Y10-Y14..

Asterisk (*) indicates that data do not meet standards of reliability or precision.

Source: 1989-2012 Michigan Resident Death Files, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Community Health. Population Estimate (latest update 9/2012), National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Census Populations With Bridged Race Categories

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