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|Title:||Analysis of cerebrovascular mortality trends in Spain from 1980 to 2011.|
|Other Titles:||Análisis de las tendencias en la mortalidad por enfermedades cerebrovasculares en España 1980-2011.|
Jiménez, M D
|Keywords:||Análisis de regresión;Cerebrovascular diseases;Enfermedad cerebrovascular;Epidemiology;Epidemiología;España;Mortalidad;Mortality;Regression analysis;Spain;Tendencia;Trends|
Aged, 80 and over
|Abstract:||In recent decades, mortality rates for cerebrovascular diseases (CVD) have declined significantly in many countries. This study analyses changes in CVD mortality rates in Spain (1980-2011) to determine if previously observed trends remain. Data on CVD mortality rates and the population data needed for the analysis were provided by Spain's National Statistics Institute. We calculated age-specific mortality rate, age-standardised overall mortality, and age-truncated mortality (35-64 years) using the direct method and standard European population structure. Joinpoint analysis was used to estimate the percentage of annual change in rates and identify significant changes in trends. CVD mortality rate decreased considerably and continuously over the last 32 years in all age groups and in both sexes in Spain. For both sexes, joinpoint analysis identifies a final period with more marked decline: 2005-2011 in women (-6.3%) and 2007-2011 in men (-7.2%). CVD mortality rates displayed a marked and continuous decline in Spain between 1980 and 2011. Due to the ageing of the population, doctors expect an increase in CVD prevalence and therefore its magnitude in terms of disability and healthcare costs, which poses a challenge to our health system.|
|Appears in Collections:||Producción 2020|
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