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Multiple Cause of Death Data
Current Multiple Cause of Death Data
  • 1999 - 2012: By age groups (single year age cohorts, 5-year age groups, 10-year age groups, or infant age groups), race (4 groups), ethnicity, sex, state, county, underlying cause of death and multiple cause of death (specified in ICD-10 codes, 113 selected causes, 130 selected cause for infants, injury causes, drug / alcohol induced causes), urbanization, year and month of death, weekday of death, place of death, and autopsy status.
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Archive Multiple Cause of Death Data
  • 2005 - 2006: By age groups, race (4 groups), ethnicity, sex, state, county, underlying cause of death and multiple cause of death (specified in ICD-10 codes, 113 selected causes, 130 selected cause for infants), urbanization and year.
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  • 1999 - 2004: By age groups, race (3 groups), sex, state, county, underlying cause of death and multiple cause of death (specified in ICD-10 codes, 113 selected causes, 130 selected causes for infants), urbanization and year.
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The Multiple Cause of Death data available on CDC WONDER are county-level national mortality and population data. Data are based on death certificates for U.S. residents. Each death certificate contains a single underlying cause of death, up to twenty additional multiple causes, and demographic data. The number of deaths, crude death rates and age-adjusted death rates can be obtained by place of residence (United States national, state, and county), age group, race, Hispanic ethnicity, gender, year and month of death, weekday of death, place of death, autopsy status, and underlying and multiple cause of death (4-digit ICD-10 codes, 113 selected causes of death, 130 selected causes of death for infants, injury causes, or drug / alcohol induced causes of death). Two archive datasets offer subsets of these data. For more information, refer to Multiple Cause of Death data description.


This page last reviewed: Tuesday, November 04, 2014
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