Ystadegau blynyddol am farwolaeth, gan ddefnyddio marwolaethau wedi eu cofrestru yn ôl grŵp oedran, rhyw ac achos sylfaenol marwolaethau, ac yn ôl gwybodaeth arall a gesglir ar adeg y cofrestriad.
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In 2019, 22.5% of all deaths in the UK were considered avoidable (136,146 deaths out of 604,707); this remains in line with the five-year average (2014 to 2018).
Avoidable mortality rates in 2019 were lower than 2018, however, this decrease was only statistically significant for the UK as a whole and England.
Even though avoidable mortality rates decreased in 2019, the rate of improvement across the UK's constituent countries since 2011 continues to be notably smaller compared with the first decade.
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