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 2017, approximately 23% of all deaths in the UK were considered avoidable (141,313 deaths out of 607,172).
Avoidable mortality in the UK has statistically significantly decreased since 2016, from 228.7 deaths per 100,000 population to 224.7 deaths per 100,000 population in 2017.
In 2017, Scotland had the highest avoidable mortality rates for six out of the seven broad causes, whilst Wales had the highest rate for respiratory diseases.
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Number of deaths, age-standardised mortality rates and standardised years of life lost for causes considered avoidable in England and Wales between 2001 and 2013.
Number of deaths, age-standardised mortality rates (with 95 per cent confidence intervals) and considered avoidable in England, Wales and Regions of England, 2001-2013.
Number of avoidable deaths by sex and five-year age groups, England and Wales, 2001-2013.
Annual data on age-standardised and age-specific alcohol-related death rates in the UK, its constituent countries and regions of England.
Alcohol-related deaths by ICD code and sex, in UK constituent countries, registered 2001-2013
Births and deaths by gestational age in England and Wales. Other stratification include birthweight, mothers age at birth and ethnicity.
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Deaths from causes that are considered avoidable in the presence of timely and effective healthcare or public health interventions. Data are based on a revised definition of avoidable mortality (introduced in data year 2014) for all persons and a separate indicator for children and young people.
Deaths related to drug poisoning in England and Wales from 1993 onwards, by cause of death, sex, age and substances involved in the death.
Deaths in the UK that are known to be direct consequences of alcohol misuse, such as alcoholic liver disease.
Death rates of pre-term, full-term and post-term babies and various factors that may influence their survival.
Annual data on death registrations, contains death rates, cause of death data by sex and age, and death registrations by area of residence and single year of age.
Deaths where Clostridium difficile or MRSA infections were mentioned on the death certificate by sex, age group and whether the death occurred in hospital or elsewhere.
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