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2005 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 1.58a
HIV-infection deaths per 100,000 population, United States, 1999 and 2002
    2002 1999
Population group Number Ratea Standard error Number Ratea Standard error
               
Total   14,091 4.9 0.0 14,801 5.3 0.0
               
Age (not age adjusted) 0-17 58 0.1 0.0 119 DNA DNA
18-44 7,703 6.8 0.1 9,144 DNA DNA
45-64 5,821 8.7 0.1 5,056 8.4 0.1
65 and over 509 1.4 0.1 482 1.4 0.1
               
Race American Indian or Alaska Native 64 2.2 0.3 68 2.6 0.3
Asian or Pacific Islander 107 0.8 0.1 89 0.8 0.1
Black 7,834 22.5 0.3 7,892 23.6 0.3
White 6,086 2.6 0.0 6,752 2.9 0.0
               
Ethnicity Hispanic, all races 1,852 5.8 0.1 1,958 6.9 0.2
Non-Hispanic, all races 12,093 4.8 0.0 12,638 5.1 0.0
Non-Hispanic, Black 7,713 23 0.3 7,751 24.0 0.3
Non-Hispanic, White 4,224 2.1 0.0 4,744 2.3 0.0
               
Gender Female 3,627 2.5 0.0 3,568 2.5 0.0
Male 10,464 7.4 0.1 11,233 8.2 0.1
               
Education (age 25-64) Less than high school 3,151 18.2 0.3 3,100 19.0 0.3
High school graduate 5,684 12.6 0.2 5,747 13.1 0.2
At least some college 3,089 3.8 0.1 3,388 4.6 0.1
               

a Estimates are age adjusted to the 2000 standard population, except where indicated.

DNA - Data have not been analyzed.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System - Mortality.

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