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Age-Adjusted and Age-Specific
Intentional Self-harm (Suicide) Mortality Rates
by Race and Sex
Michigan Residents, 1989-2012

All Races
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 197     6.0±0.8 961   16.1±1.0 97   15.0±3.0 1,255   12.4±0.7
2011 168     5.1±0.8 947   15.9±1.0 101   15.7±3.1 1,216   12.1±0.7
2010 182     5.5±0.8 993   16.7±1.0 90   14.1±2.9 1,265   12.5±0.7
2009 141     4.2±0.7 929   15.7±1.0 94   14.9±3.0 1,164   11.4±0.7
2008 145     4.3±0.7 948   16.0±1.0 80   12.6±2.8 1,173   11.7±0.7
2007 136     4.0±0.7 898   15.1±1.0 89   14.1±2.9 1,123   11.0±0.7
2006 122     3.5±0.6 922   15.5±1.0 88   14.1±2.9 1,132   11.1±0.7
2005 142     4.0±0.7 873   14.8±1.0 88   14.2±3.0 1,103   10.9±0.6
2004 149     4.2±0.7 870   14.7±1.0 77   12.6±2.8 1,096   10.9±0.6
2003 131     3.7±0.6 828   14.1±1.0 59   9.7±2.5 1,018   10.1±0.6
2002 149     4.2±0.7 846   14.4±1.0 100   16.7±3.3 1,095   11.0±0.6
2001 140     3.9±0.7 822   14.0±1.0 83   14.1±3.0 1,045   10.5±0.6
2000 138     3.9±0.7 741   12.7±0.9 96   16.6±3.3 975   9.8±0.6
1999 150     4.3±0.7 739   12.7±0.9 80   14.1±3.1 969   9.8±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 high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 145     4.1±0.7 716   12.4±0.9 104   18.6±3.6 965   9.8±0.6
1997 170     4.9±0.7 733   12.7±0.9 100   18.3±3.6 1,003   10.3±0.6
1996 164     4.7±0.7 835   14.6±1.0 108   20.2±3.8 1,107   11.4±0.7
1995 158     4.5±0.7 731   12.9±0.9 80   15.4±3.4 969   10.1±0.6
1994 205     5.9±0.8 720   12.8±0.9 97   19.1±3.8 1,022   10.7±0.7
1993 186     5.3±0.8 795   14.3±1.0 97   19.6±3.9 1,078   11.4±0.7
1992 185     5.3±0.8 782   14.2±1.0 96   19.9±4.0 1,063   11.3±0.7
1991 185     5.3±0.8 832   15.3±1.0 121   25.8±4.6 1,139   12.4±0.7
1990 179     5.2±0.8 772   14.3±1.0 117   25.8±4.7 1,068   11.7±0.7
1989 205     5.9±0.8 751   14.1±1.0 87   19.7±4.1 1,043   11.3±0.7

All Races, Male
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 153     9.2±1.5 766   26.2±1.9 85   33.4±7.1 1,004   20.5±1.3
2011 142     8.5±1.4 747   25.6±1.8 93   37.0±7.5 982   20.2±1.3
2010 151     8.9±1.4 761   26.2±1.9 74   29.8±6.8 986   20.3±1.3
2009 114     6.7±1.2 718   24.7±1.8 90   36.9±7.6 922   18.8±1.2
2008 124     7.2±1.3 757   26.1±1.9 73   30.0±6.9 954   19.6±1.3
2007 105     6.0±1.1 713   24.5±1.8 79   32.7±7.2 897   18.3±1.2
2006 103     5.8±1.1 745   25.6±1.8 78   32.6±7.2 926   18.9±1.2
2005 105     5.8±1.1 683   23.5±1.8 81   34.5±7.5 869   18.0±1.2
2004 124     6.9±1.2 683   23.6±1.8 68   29.4±7.0 875   18.0±1.2
2003 117     6.4±1.2 646   22.4±1.7 53   23.3±6.3 816   16.8±1.2
2002 129     7.1±1.2 673   23.4±1.8 86   38.8±8.2 888   18.7±1.2
2001 117     6.4±1.2 654   22.8±1.7 71   32.8±7.6 842   17.7±1.2
2000 116     6.4±1.2 594   20.7±1.7 76   35.9±8.1 786   16.7±1.2
1999 128     7.1±1.2 591   20.8±1.7 67   32.4±7.8 786   16.8±1.2
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 high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 129     7.2±1.2 580   20.5±1.7 94   46.6±9.4 803   17.5±1.2
1997 153     8.6±1.4 588   20.9±1.7 84   42.7±9.1 825   17.9±1.2
1996 140     7.9±1.3 676   24.2±1.8 95   49.8±10.0 911   20.0±1.3
1995 142     8.0±1.3 585   21.2±1.7 71   38.5±9.0 798   17.6±1.2
1994 174     9.8±1.5 589   21.6±1.7 85   47.4±10.1 848   19.0±1.3
1993 163     9.2±1.4 655   24.3±1.9 81   46.4±10.1 899   20.2±1.3
1992 165     9.3±1.4 619   23.2±1.8 77   45.3±10.1 861   19.6±1.4
1991 160     9.1±1.4 657   24.9±1.9 107   64.8±12.3 924   21.8±1.5
1990 153     8.7±1.4 610   23.4±1.9 99   62.0±12.2 862   20.4±1.4
1989 177     10.0±1.5 598   23.2±1.9 79   50.8±11.2 854   20.0±1.4

All Races, Female
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 44     2.8±0.8 195   6.4±0.9 12   3.1±1.7 251   4.9±0.6
2011 26     1.6±0.6 200   6.6±0.9 8   2.0±1.4 234   4.6±0.6
2010 31     1.9±0.7 232   7.7±1.0 16   4.1±2.0 279   5.3±0.6
2009 27     1.6±0.6 211   7.0±0.9 4  

*

242   4.7±0.6
2008 21     1.3±0.5 191   6.3±0.9 7   1.8±1.3 219   4.3±0.6
2007 31     1.8±0.6 185   6.1±0.9 10   2.6±1.6 226   4.3±0.6
2006 19     1.1±0.5 177   5.9±0.9 10   2.6±1.6 206   3.9±0.5
2005 37     2.2±0.7 190   6.3±0.9 7   1.8±1.3 234   4.5±0.6
2004 25     1.4±0.6 187   6.2±0.9 9   2.4±1.5 221   4.3±0.6
2003 14     0.8±0.4 182   6.1±0.9 6   1.6±1.3 202   4.0±0.5
2002 20     1.2±0.5 173   5.8±0.9 14   3.7±2.0 207   4.0±0.6
2001 23     1.3±0.5 168   5.6±0.9 12   3.2±1.8 203   3.9±0.5
2000 22     1.3±0.5 147   4.9±0.8 20   5.4±2.4 189   3.7±0.5
1999 22     1.3±0.5 148   5.0±0.8 13   3.6±2.0 183   3.6±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 high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 16     0.9±0.5 136   4.6±0.8 10   2.8±1.7 162   3.2±0.5
1997 17     1.0±0.5 145   4.9±0.8 16   4.6±2.2 178   3.5±0.5
1996 24     1.4±0.6 159   5.4±0.8 13   3.8±2.1 196   3.9±0.6
1995 16     0.9±0.5 146   5.0±0.8 9   2.7±1.8 171   3.5±0.5
1994 31     1.8±0.6 131   4.5±0.8 12   3.7±2.1 174   3.5±0.5
1993 23     1.3±0.5 140   4.9±0.8 16   5.0±2.4 179   3.7±0.5
1992 20     1.2±0.5 163   5.7±0.9 19   6.1±2.7 202   4.2±0.6
1991 25     1.5±0.6 175   6.2±0.9 14   4.6±2.4 215   4.6±0.6
1990 25     1.5±0.6 161   5.8±0.9 18   6.1±2.8 204   4.3±0.6
1989 28     1.6±0.6 153   5.5±0.9 8   2.8±1.9 189   4.0±0.6

White
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 153     6.1±1.0 867   17.5±1.2 97   16.8±3.4 1,117   13.4±0.8
2011 142     5.6±0.9 841   17.1±1.2 100   17.4±3.4 1,083   13.1±0.8
2010 147     5.8±0.9 892   18.1±1.2 87   15.3±3.2 1,126   13.5±0.8
2009 108     4.2±0.8 834   16.9±1.2 89   15.7±3.3 1,031   12.4±0.8
2008 114     4.3±0.8 857   17.4±1.2 73   12.9±3.0 1,044   12.6±0.8
2007 112     4.2±0.8 824   16.7±1.1 85   15.0±3.2 1,021   12.1±0.8
2006 98     3.6±0.7 820   16.6±1.1 81   14.4±3.1 999   11.8±0.7
2005 123     4.5±0.8 793   16.1±1.1 84   15.1±3.2 1,000   11.9±0.7
2004 127     4.6±0.8 787   16.0±1.1 73   13.2±3.0 987   11.7±0.7
2003 111     4.0±0.7 741   15.1±1.1 59   10.8±2.8 911   10.9±0.7
2002 124     4.4±0.8 762   15.5±1.1 97   18.0±3.6 983   11.7±0.7
2001 121     4.3±0.8 736   15.0±1.1 78   14.7±3.3 935   11.2±0.7
2000 114     4.1±0.8 663   13.5±1.0 92   17.6±3.6 869   10.4±0.7
1999 122     4.4±0.8 656   13.4±1.0 79   15.4±3.4 857   10.4±0.7
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 high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 119     4.3±0.8 651   13.3±1.0 97   19.2±3.8 867   10.5±0.7
1997 137     4.9±0.8 664   13.6±1.0 97   19.6±3.9 898   10.9±0.7
1996 132     4.8±0.8 739   15.2±1.1 102   21.2±4.1 973   11.9±0.7
1995 126     4.5±0.8 641   13.3±1.0 77   16.4±3.7 844   10.3±0.7
1994 161     5.8±0.9 648   13.5±1.0 92   20.1±4.1 901   11.1±0.7
1993 143     5.1±0.8 712   15.0±1.1 94   21.0±4.2 949   11.8±0.8
1992 146     5.2±0.8 707   15.0±1.1 92   21.1±4.3 945   11.9±0.8
1991 156     5.6±0.9 738   15.8±1.1 114   27.0±5.0 1,008   12.9±0.8
1990 141     5.0±0.8 689   14.9±1.1 115   28.1±5.1 945   12.1±0.8
1989 167     5.9±0.9 678   14.8±1.1 83   20.8±4.5 928   11.9±0.8

White Male
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 122     9.5±1.7 697   28.4±2.1 85   37.2±7.9 904   22.2±1.5
2011 120     9.3±1.7 668   27.3±2.1 92   40.7±8.3 880   21.7±1.5
2010 123     9.4±1.7 687   28.2±2.1 72   32.2±7.4 882   21.7±1.5
2009 86     6.5±1.4 651   26.7±2.1 86   39.1±8.3 823   20.3±1.4
2008 101     7.5±1.5 685   28.1±2.1 66   30.1±7.3 852   20.9±1.4
2007 86     6.3±1.3 657   26.8±2.1 76   34.8±7.8 819   20.0±1.4
2006 83     6.0±1.3 659   26.9±2.1 71   32.9±7.7 813   19.7±1.4
2005 91     6.5±1.3 618   25.3±2.0 77   36.3±8.1 786   19.3±1.4
2004 109     7.7±1.4 622   25.5±2.0 64   30.7±7.5 795   19.4±1.4
2003 99     6.9±1.4 577   23.7±1.9 53   25.9±7.0 729   17.9±1.3
2002 107     7.5±1.4 607   24.9±2.0 84   41.9±9.0 798   19.9±1.4
2001 102     7.1±1.4 589   24.2±2.0 67   34.3±8.2 758   18.8±1.3
2000 97     6.8±1.4 529   21.8±1.9 73   38.2±8.8 699   17.6±1.3
1999 103     7.2±1.4 526   21.7±1.9 66   35.4±8.5 695   17.5±1.3
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 high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 110     7.7±1.4 531   22.0±1.9 87   47.9±10.1 728   18.6±1.4
1997 122     8.6±1.5 531   22.0±1.9 82   46.3±10.0 735   18.8±1.4
1996 112     7.9±1.5 598   24.9±2.0 92   53.5±10.9 802   20.6±1.4
1995 115     8.1±1.5 517   21.8±1.9 68   40.9±9.7 700   18.1±1.4
1994 141     9.9±1.6 527   22.4±1.9 80   49.5±10.8 748   19.6±1.4
1993 123     8.6±1.5 583   25.0±2.0 78   49.5±11.0 784   20.6±1.5
1992 127     8.9±1.5 560   24.2±2.0 74   48.4±11.0 761   20.3±1.5
1991 134     9.4±1.6 581   25.4±2.1 101   68.0±13.3 816   22.4±1.6
1990 120     8.4±1.5 545   24.1±2.0 97   67.6±13.5 762   21.1±1.5
1989 145     10.1±1.6 538   24.1±2.0 76   54.4±12.2 759   20.8±1.5

White Female
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 31     2.5±0.9 170   6.8±1.0 12   3.5±2.0 213   5.0±0.7
2011 22     1.8±0.7 173   7.0±1.0 8   2.3±1.6 203   5.0±0.7
2010 24     1.9±0.8 205   8.3±1.1 15   4.3±2.2 244   5.6±0.7
2009 22     1.7±0.7 183   7.4±1.1 3  

*

208   5.0±0.7
2008 13     1.0±0.6 172   6.9±1.0 7   2.0±1.5 192   4.6±0.7
2007 26     2.0±0.8 167   6.7±1.0 9   2.6±1.7 202   4.7±0.7
2006 15     1.1±0.6 161   6.5±1.0 10   2.9±1.8 186   4.3±0.6
2005 32     2.4±0.8 175   7.0±1.0 7   2.0±1.5 214   5.1±0.7
2004 18     1.3±0.6 165   6.6±1.0 9   2.6±1.7 192   4.5±0.6
2003 12     0.9±0.5 164   6.6±1.0 6   1.8±1.4 182   4.3±0.6
2002 17     1.3±0.6 155   6.3±1.0 13   3.8±2.1 185   4.4±0.6
2001 19     1.4±0.6 147   5.9±1.0 11   3.3±1.9 177   4.1±0.6
2000 17     1.3±0.6 134   5.4±0.9 19   5.7±2.6 170   4.0±0.6
1999 19     1.4±0.6 130   5.3±0.9 13   4.0±2.2 162   3.8±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 high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 9     0.7±0.4 120   4.9±0.9 10   3.1±1.9 139   3.3±0.5
1997 15     1.1±0.6 133   5.4±0.9 15   4.7±2.4 163   3.9±0.6
1996 20     1.5±0.6 141   5.7±0.9 10   3.2±2.0 171   4.1±0.6
1995 11     0.8±0.5 124   5.1±0.9 9   3.0±1.9 144   3.5±0.6
1994 20     1.5±0.6 121   5.0±0.9 12   4.1±2.3 153   3.7±0.6
1993 20     1.5±0.6 129   5.3±0.9 16   5.5±2.7 165   4.0±0.6
1992 19     1.4±0.6 147   6.1±1.0 18   6.4±2.9 184   4.5±0.7
1991 22     1.6±0.7 157   6.6±1.0 13   4.7±2.6 192   4.8±0.7
1990 20     1.5±0.6 143   6.0±1.0 18   6.8±3.1 181   4.5±0.7
1989 22     1.6±0.7 140   6.0±1.0 7   2.7±2.0 169   4.2±0.6

Black
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 34     5.5±1.9 70   8.6±2.0 -  

-

104   7.0±1.4
2011 22     3.6±1.5 77   9.5±2.1 1  

*

100   6.9±1.4
2010 28     4.5±1.7 73   9.0±2.1 3  

*

104   7.2±1.4
2009 15     2.4±1.2 66   8.2±2.0 4  

*

85   6.2±1.3
2008 28     4.5±1.7 67   8.3±2.0 6   10.2±8.2 101   7.1±1.4
2007 16     2.5±1.2 54   6.7±1.8 4  

*

74   5.3±1.2
2006 17     2.7±1.3 69   8.6±2.0 6   10.4±8.3 92   6.5±1.4
2005 17     2.7±1.3 61   7.6±1.9 4  

*

82   5.9±1.3
2004 18     2.8±1.3 43   5.4±1.6 4  

*

65   4.6±1.1
2003 16     2.5±1.2 75   9.5±2.1 -  

-

91   6.4±1.3
2002 18     2.8±1.3 70   8.9±2.1 2  

*

90   6.3±1.3
2001 15     2.3±1.2 74   9.4±2.2 4  

*

93   6.7±1.4
2000 19     3.0±1.3 62   8.0±2.0 3  

*

84   6.0±1.3
1999 24     3.8±1.5 72   9.3±2.2 1  

*

97   6.9±1.4
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 high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 21     3.3±1.4 53   7.0±1.9 7   13.7±10.1 81   6.0±1.3
1997 26     4.2±1.6 59   7.8±2.0 1  

*

86   6.2±1.3
1996 28     4.5±1.7 79   10.6±2.3 5  

*

112   8.5±1.6
1995 28     4.5±1.7 80   11.0±2.4 3  

*

111   8.1±1.5
1994 43     7.0±2.1 64   8.9±2.2 4  

*

111   8.2±1.6
1993 41     6.7±2.1 71   10.0±2.3 3  

*

115   8.4±1.6
1992 36     6.0±2.0 65   9.3±2.3 4  

*

105   7.8±1.6
1991 24     4.0±1.6 86   12.5±2.6 6   13.8±11.1 117   9.6±1.8
1990 30     5.1±1.8 74   11.0±2.5 2  

*

106   8.2±1.6
1989 35     6.0±2.0 65   9.8±2.4 4  

*

104   7.9±1.6

Black Male
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 24     7.7±3.1 54   14.4±3.8 -  

-

78   11.1±2.5
2011 18     5.8±2.7 58   15.6±4.0 1  

*

77   11.4±2.6
2010 22     7.0±2.9 52   14.0±3.8 2  

*

76   11.2±2.6
2009 12     3.8±2.2 45   12.2±3.6 4  

*

61   10.0±2.6
2008 20     6.3±2.8 53   14.3±3.9 6   28.5±22.8 79   12.2±2.8
2007 13     4.1±2.2 44   11.9±3.5 3  

*

60   9.4±2.5
2006 16     5.0±2.4 63   17.1±4.2 6   28.7±23.0 85   13.1±2.9
2005 13     4.0±2.2 51   13.9±3.8 4  

*

68   10.9±2.7
2004 12     3.7±2.1 31   8.5±3.0 4  

*

47   7.6±2.3
2003 14     4.3±2.3 62   17.1±4.3 -  

-

76   11.5±2.6
2002 16     4.9±2.4 56   15.5±4.1 1  

*

73   10.9±2.5
2001 14     4.3±2.3 55   15.3±4.1 4  

*

73   11.6±2.8
2000 15     4.7±2.4 55   15.4±4.1 2  

*

72   11.1±2.6
1999 22     6.9±2.9 57   16.2±4.2 1  

*

80   12.5±2.8
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 high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 16     5.1±2.5 41   11.8±3.6 7   37.8±28.0 64   10.8±2.8
1997 24     7.6±3.1 50   14.6±4.0 1  

*

75   11.5±2.7
1996 25     8.0±3.1 65   19.2±4.7 2  

*

92   15.0±3.2
1995 24     7.7±3.1 63   19.0±4.7 3  

*

90   14.4±3.1
1994 32     10.4±3.6 56   17.2±4.5 4  

*

92   15.2±3.3
1993 39     12.8±4.0 61   19.0±4.8 3  

*

103   16.4±3.3
1992 36     12.0±3.9 51   16.2±4.4 3  

*

90   14.3±3.2
1991 23     7.8±3.2 70   22.7±5.3 6   38.1±30.5 99   17.7±3.7
1990 28     9.6±3.6 59   19.5±5.0 2  

*

89   14.9±3.3
1989 29     10.1±3.7 52   17.4±4.7 3  

*

84   14.1±3.2

Black Female
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 10     3.3±2.0 16   3.7±1.8 -  

-

26   3.3±1.3
2011 4    

*

19   4.4±2.0 -  

-

23   2.9±1.2
2010 6     2.0±1.6 21   4.8±2.1 1  

*

28   3.8±1.4
2009 3    

*

21   4.8±2.1 -  

-

24   3.2±1.3
2008 8     2.6±1.8 14   3.2±1.7 -  

-

22   2.8±1.2
2007 3    

*

10   2.3±1.4 1  

*

14  

*

2006 1    

*

6   1.4±1.1 -  

-

7  

*

2005 4    

*

10   2.3±1.4 -  

-

14  

*

2004 6     1.9±1.5 12   2.8±1.6 -  

-

18  

*

2003 2    

*

13   3.0±1.6 -  

-

15  

*

2002 2    

*

14   3.3±1.7 1  

*

17  

*

2001 1    

*

19   4.5±2.0 -  

-

20   2.7±1.2
2000 4    

*

7   1.7±1.2 1  

*

12  

*

1999 2    

*

15   3.6±1.8 -  

-

17  

*

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 high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 5    

*

12   2.9±1.6 -  

-

17  

*

1997 2    

*

9   2.2±1.4 -  

-

11  

*

1996 3    

*

14   3.5±1.8 3  

*

20   2.9±1.3
1995 4    

*

17   4.3±2.0 -  

-

21   2.8±1.2
1994 11     3.6±2.1 8   2.0±1.4 -  

-

19  

*

1993 2    

*

10   2.6±1.6 -  

-

12  

*

1992 -    

-

14   3.7±1.9 1  

*

15  

*

1991 1    

*

16   4.2±2.1 -  

-

18  

*

1990 2    

*

15   4.0±2.0 -  

-

17  

*

1989 6     2.0±1.6 13   3.5±1.9 1  

*

20   2.9±1.3

 

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, Intentional Self-harm (Suicide) deaths were classified with ICD-9 codes E950-E599. Starting in 1999, Intentional Self-harm (Suicide) deaths were classified using ICD-10 codes *U03,X60-X84,Y87.0.

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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