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Table 4 Effect of correction for underreporting of deaths and ill-defined causes of death on the number of deaths and age-adjusted mortality rates (/100,000)* due to diabetes in adults, by region and sex

From: Trends in mortality due to diabetes in Brazil, 1996–2011

Region 1996 2011
Before correction After correction Change Before correction After correction Change
n Rate n Rate % n Rate n Rate %
Men
 North 202 14.1 639 44.1 212.8 820 31.5 1248 47.5 50.8
 Northeast 1187 18.3 3844 59 222.4 3599 35.3 4953 48.6 37.7
 Southeast 3634 30.6 5521 46.2 51.0 5218 28 6870 36.8 31.4
 South 954 22.8 1358 32.4 42.1 1787 26.7 2203 33 23.6
 Center-West 305 19.2 527 33.1 72.4 744 25.9 975 33.8 30.5
 Brazil 6282 24.6 11889 46.2 87.8 12168 29.7 16249 39.6 33.3
Women
 North 205 15.8 661 49.3 212.0 784 31.2 1146 45.2 44.9
 Northeast 1600 21.6 5139 69.3 220.8 3787 32.3 4980 42.6 31.9
 Southeast 4023 30.1 5449 40.6 34.9 4802 22.3 6010 27.9 25.1
 South 1059 23 1444 31.2 35.7 1625 21.7 1949 26.1 20.3
 Center-West 319 21.2 522 34.1 60.8 749 24.9 915 30.4 22.1
 Brazil 7206 25.5 13215 46.6 82.7 11747 25.4 15000 32.4 27.6
  1. SIM, Brazil, 1996 and 2011
  2. * Mortality rates standardized to the age structure of the population of Brazil in 2010