Number of deaths and death rates for the 10 leading causes of death for Hispanic and white non-Hispanic origins, for specified age groups: Total of 49 reporting States and the District of Columbia, 1995

[Rates per 100,000 population in specified group. For explanation of asterisks preceding cause-of-death categories, or for a listing of reporting States, see Technical notes in Monthly vital statistics report; vol 45 no 11, supp 2.]

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White non-Hispanic origin, 15-24 years
Rank1 Cause of death (Based on the Ninth Revision,
International Classification of Diseases, 1975)
,
and age
Number2 Rate2
. . . All causes. . . . 18,852 78.1
[>]1 Accidents and adverse effects. . . .E800-E949 9,551 39.6
. . . [>]Motor vehicle accidents. . . .E810-E825 7,468 30.9
. . . [>]All other accidents and adverse
[>][>]effects. . . .E800-E807,E826-E949
2,083 8.6
[>]2 Suicide. . . .E950-E959 3,420 14.2
[>]3 Homicide and legal intervention. . . .E960-E978 1,300 5.4
[>]4 Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of
[>]lymphatic and hematopoietic tissues. . . .140-208
1,058 4.4
[>]5 Diseases of heart. . . .390-398,402,404-429 511 2.1
[>]6 Congenital anomalies. . . .740-759 291 1.2
[>]7 Human immunodeficiency virus
[>]infection. . . .*042-*044
175 0.7
[>]8 Pneumonia and influenza. . . .480-487 120 0.5
[>]9 Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases
[>]and allied conditions. . . .490-496
115 0.5
10 Cerebrovascular diseases. . . .430-438 89 0.4
. . . All other causes. . . .Residual 2,222 9.2
* Figure does not meet standards of reliability or precision (see Technical notes in Monthly vital statistics report; vol 45 no 11, supp 2.).
. . . Category not applicable.
1 Rank based on number of deaths; see Technical notes in Monthly vital statistics report; vol 45 no 11, supp 2.
2 Figures for age not stated are included in "All ages" but not distributed among age groups.
3 Includes races other than white and black.
4 Includes deaths under 1 year of age.
 

This is part of a larger table, which is available in component sections (by race, sex, and age) as well as in its entirety. You may also view the entire table on pages 52 through 54 of its original publication.

Suggested citation: Anderson RN, Kochanek KD, Murphy SL. Report of final mortality statistics, 1995. Monthly vital statistics report; vol 45 no 11, supp 2, table 15. Hyattsville, Maryland: National Center for Health Statistics. 1997.

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