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Data for Cerebrovascular Disease Deaths by County, 2007-2011

County Deaths per 100,000 (age-adjusted) Lower Limit Upper Limit Numerator
Alamance 49.9 45.2 54.5 447
Alexander 38.3 29.6 47.1 74
Alleghany 35.7 23.1 48.3 31
Anson 70.2 57.1 83.3 110
Ashe 54.3 44.0 64.6 107
Avery 31.3 21.4 41.3 38
Beaufort 55.4 47.1 63.7 172
Bertie 52.4 40.2 64.6 71
Bladen 61.5 50.3 72.7 116
Brunswick 37.4 32.7 42.1 247
Buncombe 41.0 37.8 44.1 644
Burke 46.1 40.4 51.8 251
Cabarrus 47.7 42.8 52.6 365
Caldwell 57.1 50.2 63.9 266
Camden 47.1 26.9 67.2 21
Carteret 43.6 37.4 49.7 192
Caswell 34.3 24.6 44.0 48
Catawba 49.0 44.3 53.7 421
Chatham 45.5 39.2 51.8 201
Cherokee 35.4 27.6 43.3 79
Chowan 55.9 42.0 69.8 62
Clay 30.8 19.6 42.0 29
Cleveland 51.7 45.8 57.5 298
Columbus 65.0 56.2 73.9 207
Craven 47.0 41.4 52.5 271
Cumberland 45.8 41.9 49.8 513
Currituck 26.5 17.0 36.0 30
Dare 29.2 21.4 37.1 53
Davidson 51.9 47.1 56.8 441
Davie 38.0 30.3 45.6 95
Duplin 50.1 41.9 58.3 143
Durham 41.9 38.1 45.7 471
Edgecombe 95.2 83.6 106.8 258
Forsyth 45.2 42.2 48.3 856
Franklin 42.1 34.3 49.9 112
Gaston 43.3 39.4 47.3 466
Gates 36.6 21.7 51.6 23
Graham ** 16
Granville 50.2 41.7 58.7 134
Greene 69.0 52.7 85.3 69
Guilford 43.3 40.7 45.9 1,068
Halifax 52.9 45.3 60.6 185
Harnett 49.3 42.7 55.8 216
Haywood 44.0 37.9 50.1 202
Henderson 37.8 33.9 41.8 349
Hertford 58.7 46.4 71.1 87
Hoke 34.2 24.5 43.9 48
Hyde 83.0 53.3 112.6 30
Iredell 48.4 43.5 53.3 373
Jackson 28.5 21.3 35.6 61
Johnston 43.1 38.0 48.3 268
Jones 62.7 43.5 81.9 41
Lee 44.0 36.8 51.1 144
Lenoir 52.5 44.9 60.0 187
Lincoln 52.9 45.4 60.5 190
Macon 39.8 32.5 47.0 116
Madison 50.4 38.6 62.2 70
Martin 74.1 60.6 87.6 116
McDowell 45.6 37.6 53.6 125
Mecklenburg 40.6 38.5 42.7 1,376
Mitchell 52.1 39.2 65.1 62
Montgomery 43.5 33.3 53.8 69
Moore 37.8 33.5 42.0 300
Nash 48.4 42.6 54.2 265
New Hanover 38.9 35.2 42.6 418
Northampton 43.0 32.8 53.1 69
Onslow 38.9 33.2 44.6 181
Orange 34.9 29.9 39.9 186
Pamlico 54.8 40.0 69.5 53
Pasquotank 49.1 39.9 58.3 110
Pender 40.2 32.9 47.5 117
Perquimans 38.0 25.9 50.1 38
Person 82.7 70.6 94.8 180
Pitt 49.9 44.5 55.2 331
Polk 36.7 28.7 44.7 81
Randolph 43.4 38.7 48.1 329
Richmond 68.4 58.3 78.5 176
Robeson 47.1 41.4 52.7 267
Rockingham 51.3 45.5 57.1 300
Rowan 53.5 48.6 58.5 449
Rutherford 55.2 48.4 62.1 251
Sampson 57.2 49.1 65.3 193
Scotland 59.1 48.2 70.0 113
Stanly 49.2 42.0 56.4 179
Stokes 59.0 50.1 68.0 168
Surry 48.2 42.0 54.3 237
Swain 62.7 46.1 79.3 55
Transylvania 34.3 27.7 40.9 105
Tyrrell ** 11
Union 44.6 39.6 49.7 302
Vance 53.7 44.5 63.0 129
Wake 43.6 41.3 46.0 1,308
Warren 42.3 31.6 53.0 60
Washington 54.1 38.6 69.5 47
Watauga 32.2 24.9 39.5 75
Wayne 54.9 48.8 60.9 316
Wilkes 46.1 39.6 52.6 195
Wilson 44.4 38.2 50.6 195
Yadkin 41.3 33.0 49.6 96
Yancey 40.4 30.0 50.7 58
North Carolina 46.0 45.4 46.6 21,774

Data Notes

Deaths were coded under the 10th revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). Age-adjusted death rates were calculated using the direct method and the projected United States 2000 population as the standard. 

Data Sources

Death Certificate Database, State Center for Health Statistics  NCHS Bridged Population Estimates 

Other Views


Definition

Cerebrovascular disease deaths include all resident deaths where Cerebrovascular disease was coded as the underlying (primary) cause of death.

How We Calculated the Rates

Numerator: Number of cerebrovascular disease deaths (ICD-10:I60-I69)
Denominator: Total resident population

Date Indicator Content Last Updated: 03/06/2013


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