Table 5. Age-specific number of deaths, 5-year annual moving average of age specific death rates, and age-adjusted death rates1 from all liver and cirrhosis by Hispanic subgroup and sex, United States, 2000–2005.
Hispanic subgroup2and sex Number of deaths, by age group Deaths per 100,000 population, by age group Age-
adjusted deaths per 100,000
population
All3 0–24 25–34 35–44 45–54 55–64 65–74 75–84 85+ All 25–34 35–44 45–54 55–64 65–74 75–84 85+
Both sexes
Mexican
2001—2005 11,421 51 327 1,720 3,316 2,596 2,062 1,149 199 8.6 1.3 9.2 28.7 43.0 65.1 65.5 39.7 17.2
2000—2004 11,058 45 332 1,714 3,202 2,439 2,037 1,097 191 8.8 1.4 9.7 29.4 43.3 65.7 65.8 39.4 17.4
Puerto Rican
2001—2005 2,028 4 19 212 616 556 393 205 23 11.2 0.7 7.9 30.8 44.9 51.6 72.8 23.6 16.5
2000—2004 2,054 4 21 247 608 566 387 195 26 11.9 0.8 9.5 32.1 48.3 52.9 69.5 28.4 17.3
Cuban
2001—2005 646 4 24 78 132 184 182 42 8.7 0.4 2.0 9.1 16.1 22.4 33.6 18.9 6.3
2000—2004 658 1 5 31 80 135 187 177 42 9.2 0.6 2.7 9.3 16.6 22.4 33.3 20.0 6.5
Other Hispanic4
2001—2005 3,203 9 102 526 900 693 551 340 78 7.7 1.3 7.3 18.9 28.8 39.8 54.0 49.8 12.3
2000—2004 3,126 10 101 526 866 659 554 335 74 8.0 1.4 7.7 19.8 28.9 42.7 56.5 45.9 12.7
Male
Mexican
2001—2005 8,231 30 261 1,397 2,734 1,948 1,205 581 74 11.8 1.9 13.9 45.9 65.7 83.3 81.4 41.5 24.3
2000—2004 7,992 27 276 1,398 2,641 1,839 1,190 546 74 12.2 2.1 14.7 47.3 67.0 84.3 77.5 45.1 24.7
Puerto Rican
2001—2005 1,443 3 10 164 495 411 249 103 8 16.5 0.7 12.6 51.6 72.4 77.0 95.8 22.0 25.2
2000—2004 1,460 3 12 194 487 418 244 94 8 17.4 0.9 15.7 53.3 79.1 78.5 86.7 22.9 26.2
Cuban
2001—2005 412 4 19 64 109 115 84 17 10.8 0.8 2.9 14.2 28.9 28.2 33.6 28.9 8.8
2000—2004 425 1 5 24 68 111 116 83 17 11.7 1.0 3.8 15.3 29.6 28.1 35.5 30.7 9.4
Other Hispanic4
2001—2005 2,225 4 85 404 730 505 312 157 24 10.6 2.0 11.3 32.7 46.7 57.3 66.7 43.3 18.1
2000—2004 2,173 4 82 405 717 468 315 156 25 11.1 2.1 12.1 35.4 45.9 62.4 75.8 39.5 19.2
Female
Mexican
2001—2005 3,190 21 66 323 582 648 857 568 125 5.1 0.6 3.8 10.4 21.1 49.9 54.6 38.7 10.3
2000—2004 3.066 18 56 316 561 600 847 551 117 5.1 0.5 3.9 10.6 20.8 50.2 57.3 36.5 10.4
Puerto Rican
2001—2005 585 1 9 48 121 145 144 102 15 6.3 0.6 3.4 11.6 21.6 32.9 58.5 24.5 9.3
2000—2004 594 1 9 53 121 148 143 101 18 6.7 0.6 3.9 12.3 23.1 33.9 58.7 31.7 9.8
Cuban
2001—2005 234 5 14 23 69 98 25 6.4 0.9 3.4 5.2 16.7 33.6 15.3 3.9
2000—2004 953 7 12 24 71 94 25 6.6 1.3 2.9 5.5 16.9 31.6 16.1 3.9
Other Hispanic4
2001—2005 978 5 17 122 170 188 239 183 54 4.7 0.5 3.4 6.7 14.2 28.5 46.4 53.3 7.6
2000—2004 953 6 19 121 149 191 239 179 49 4.8 0.6 3.5 6.4 15.1 30.2 46.3 50.0 7.7

— No deaths in this table cell.
1 Rates per 100,000 population computed by the direct standardization method, using the Year 2000 total population of the United States as the standard age distribution. Some rates for 2000–2004 are slightly different from those previously reported in the 2007 issue of this report, because the denominator data for Hispanic subgroup populations now are taken from estimates prepared by the U.S. Census Bureau for the National Center for Health Statistics. These estimates are precise to the ones-digit, whereas the population estimates used in the 2007 issue were rounded in thousands.
2 Includes all races, and excludes deaths for which Hispanic origin was unknown.
3 Includes deaths for which age of decedent was unknown; age-specific numbers of deaths may not sum to total.
4 Includes Central and South American and Other and unknown Hispanic.

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