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‡ Fertility rates (Crude Birth Rate, General Fertility Rate) ‡ Morbidity Rates- (Incidence Rate, Prevalence Rate) ‡ Mortality Rates- (Crude death Rate, Mortality Rate, infant and maternal rates) ‡ Population pyramid- (China, Philippines, Japan, USA)

‡ Causes of mortality ‡ Causes of morbidity ‡ Demography as to life expectancy and gender ratio

TEN LEADING (10) LEADING CAUSES of Mortality Number and rate/100,000 Population Philippines 5-Year Average (2000-2004) & 2005

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1. Diseases of the Heart 2. Diseases of the Vascular system 3. Malignant Neoplasm 4. Pneumonia 5. Accidents 6. Tuberculosis, all forms 7. Chronic lower respiratory diseases 8.Diabetes Mellitus 9. Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period 10. Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis

5 Year Average (2000-2004)
Number 66,412 50,886 38,578 32,989 33,455 27,211 18,015 13,584 14,477 9.166 Rate 83.3 63.9 48.4 41.4 42.0 34.2 22.6 17.0 18.2 11.5 No.

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Rate 90.4 63.8 48.9 42.8 39.1 31.2 24.6 21.6 14.5 3.6

77,060 54,372 41,697 36,510 33,327 26,588 20,951 18,441 12,368 11,056

INFANT MORTALITY Ten (10) Leading Causes Number & Rate/1000 Livebirths & Percentage Distribution Philippines. 2005 .

5 4.3 7.9 0.444 1.7 5.610 Rate 1. Respiratory distress of newborn 3.7 4. Bacterial sepsis of newborn 2.Diarrhea and gastro-enterities of presumed infectious origin Number 3.5 7. Congenital malformation of the heart 7.6 10. not elsewhere classified 5.6 0.0 Percent 14.013 1. Congenital Pneumonia 6.6 0. Intrauterine hypoxia and birth asphyxia 10.146 1. Neonatal aspiration syndrome 8. Pneumonia 4.9 0.9 1.6 9.2 .298 2.7 0.Cause 1.4 1. Disorders related to short gestation and low birth weight.3 4. Other congenital malformation 9.161 2.0 6.012 971 900 0.510 1.2 1.4 1.

17 deaths/1.Infant Mortality Rate ‡ Infant mortality rate: total: 20.000 live births male: 23.56 deaths/1.83 deaths/1.) .000 live births (2009 est.000 live births female: 17.

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51 22.51 23. 2007 est. 2004 est. 2006 est. 2009 est.Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Infant Mortality Rate 24.81 22. 2005 est. .12 21.2 20. 2008 est.56 Date of Information 2003 est.98 23.

indexmundi. included is the total death rate.000 live births in the same year. male and female.com/ . This rate is often used as an indicator of the level of health in a country.‡ This entry gives the number of deaths of infants under one year old in a given year per 1. and deaths by sex. ‡ Source: http://www.

7 Date of Information 2000 est.5 138.7 deaths/100.000 live births Year Maternal Mortality Rate 123.3 138. 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 .4 137. 2001 est. 2002 est.5 132. 2004 est.Maternal Mortality ‡ Maternal Mortality Rate: total: 137. 2003 est.

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census. from any cause related to or aggravated by the pregnancy or its management.ph/ http://www.‡ Maternal death refers to the death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy. This rate is often used as an indicator of the quality of health care system in the country. irrespective of the duration and the site of the pregnancy.nscb. ‡ Source: http://www.ph/ .gov. but not from accidental or incidental causes.gov.

TEN LEADING (10) CAUSES OF MORTALITY AMONG MALES Number and Rate/100. 2005 .000 Population Philippines.

229 18.809 30. all forms 6.450 8.548 Rate 102. Pneumonia 7. Accidents 4.6 51.912 7.2 15.3 33. Nephritis. 43. Diabetes Mellitus 9.Cause 1.3 . Chronic lower respiratory diseases 8.2 63. Malignant Neoplasms 5. Tuberculosis.281 21.145 14.1 71.531 27.5 42.7 20. Diseases of the Heart 2.993 18. Diseases of the Vascular system 3. Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period 10.8 17.385 6.3 42. nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis No.

TEN LEADING (10) CAUSES OF MORTALITY AMONG FEMALES Number and Rate/100.000 Population Philippines. 2005 .

8 10.3 22.5 43.365 9.251 23.359 6. Tuberculosis. Nephritis.529 8. Chronic lower respiratory diseases 8.7 15.841 19.5 19.704 18. Pneumonia 5.501 6.046 4.Cause 1.5 56. Diseases of the Heart 2.983 4. nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis No. All Forms 7. Diseases of the Vascular system 3. 33. Diabetes Mellitus 6. Accidents 9.3 46.3 11.6 .3 14. Malignant Neoplasms 4. Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period 10.508 Rate 78.

2004 .000 Population and Percent Distribution Philippines. Rate/100.MORTALITY: TEN LEADING CAUSES BY SEX Number.

all forms 7.809 Female Number 30.6 12.180 Rate 84. Vascular System Diseases 3.975 16.891 8.5 41. Ill-defined and unknown causes of mortality 8.8 Percent* 17.041 15.129 6.4 31.3 4.4 5.552 13.8 61. Heart Diseases 2.0 25.0 6.1 8. Tuberculosis.8 15.582 5. Pneumonia 6. Accidents** 5.362 5.029 10.483 32.916 13.1 3.680 40. Diabetes Mellitus 10.970 7.6 . Malignant Neoplasm 4.084 7.7 19.8 48.500 22.371 70.7 4.6 8.750 19.822 17.3 38.098 25. Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period Male 40.841 10.5 22.Both Sexes Cause 1.8 10.930 21.870 21.395 28.361 28.861 51.442 16.276 8.524 34. Chronic lower respiratory diseases 9.278 18.

Causes of Morbidity .

2004 est.47 5.15 5. 2006 est. 2008 est.1 Date of Information 2003 est.) Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Death Rate 5.Mortality Rate ‡ Death rate: 5. 2005 est.000 population (July 2009 est.6 5.36 5. 2007 est. .47 5. July 2009 est.1 deaths/1.41 5.

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accurately indicates the current mortality impact on population growth.indexmundi.‡ This entry gives the average annual number of deaths during a year per 1. ‡ Source: http://www.com/ . as declining fertility results in an aging population.000 population at midyear. This indicator is significantly affected by age distribution. in spite of continued decline in mortality at all ages. and most countries will eventually show a rise in the overall death rate. also known as crude death rate. The death rate. while only a rough indicator of the mortality situation in a country.

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or other population unit.Morbidity rate an inexact term that can mean either the incidence rate or the prevalence rate. It also may be calculated on the basis of age groups. occupation. . calculation the number of cases of a particular disease occurring in a single year per a specified population unit. morbidus. ratum. as x cases per 1000. sex. diseased. Etymology: L.

the numerator is the number of new cases during the specified time period and the denominator is the population at risk during the period.Incidence rate the probability of developing a particular disease during a given period of time. .

‡ Incidence Rate = [Number of new cases of disease developing from a period of time / Population at risk ] x F .

Prevalence rate the number of people in a population who have a disease at a given time: the numerator is the number of existing cases of disease at a specified time and the denominator is the total population. .

‡ Prevalence Rate= [number of old and new cases of a disease/ population examined] xF .

also called age-sex pyramid and age structure diagram. is a graphical illustration that shows the distribution of various age groups in a population (typically that of a country or region of the world).Population Pyramids ‡ A population pyramid. which normally forms the shape of a pyramid. .

The population of the Shanghai Metropolitan Area including the city.China population statistics Current China's population is 1.) .713 (2006 est. China's population is expected to reach 1. China's capital city is Beijing. Beijing is China's second largest city in terms of population.4 billion. By the late 2010s. some of its suburbs and the surrounding area is approximately 18 million. after Shanghai. .313.973. Around 2030. China's population is anticipated to peak and then slowly start dropping.

023 / km² ( 2.Population Density General 73 / km² ( 190 / sq mile) Beijing 1.650 / sq mile) Izmir 194 / km² ( 502 / sq mile) Shanghai 108 / km² (280 / sq mile) .

Maps & Graphs .Chinese Population Pyramid Charts .

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Demography ‡ Demography is the statistical study of all populations. migration. structure and distribution of populations. It can be a very general science that can be applied to any kind of dynamic population. . that is. aging and death. one that changes over time or space. and spatial and/or temporal changes in them in response to birth. It encompasses the study of the size.

Gender Ratio Gender ratio: compares the number of males to the number of females in population. It presents the number of males for every 100 females in the population .

Number of males Gender Ratio = Number of females x 100 .

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which means the average number of subsequent years of life for someone now aged x. according to a particular mortality experience. (In technical literature.Life expectancy ‡ Life expectancy is the expected (in the statistical sense) number of years of life remaining at a given age. this symbol means the average number of complete years of life remaining. . ie excluding fractions of a year. It is denoted by ex.

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General Fertility Rate= number of live births/midyear population of women. Crude Birth Rate= number of live births/midyear population x 1000 Definition: Crude birth rate is the nativity or childbirths per 1. but sometimes from 15 to 44). 15-44 years of age x 1000 Definition: the annual number of live births per 1000 women of childbearing age (often taken to be from 15 to 49 years old.Fertility Rates 1. .000 people per year. 2.