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Table 2 Decomposition analysis of the change of DALYs (thousands) due to diabetes from 1990 to 2015 as being due to total population growth, population aging, and changes in age-, sex-specific DALY rates of diabetes for Brazil

From: The burden of diabetes and hyperglycemia in Brazil-past and present: findings from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015

  Value 95% uncertainty interval
1990 DALYs (thousands) 965,533 840,159 1,115,075
DALYs expected with 2015 population, 1990 population age structure, 1990 DALY rates (thousands) 1,369,996 1,192,103 1,582,182
DALYs expected with 2015 population, 2015 population age structure, 1990 DALY rates (thousands) 2,065,958 1,775,425 2,416,933
2015 DALYs (thousands) 2,110,242 1,798,473 2,476,379
Percent change from 1990 due to population growth 41.9%   
Percent change from 1990 due to population ageing 72.1%   
Percent change from 1990 due to change in DALY rates 4.6%   
Percent change from 1990 to 2015 (total) 118.6%