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  • Decline in US stroke mortality in the era before

    1. Stroke. 1993 Sep;24(9):1382-8. Decline in US stroke mortality in the era before antihypertensive therapy. Lanska DJ(1), Mi X. Author information: (1)Department of Neurology, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington 40536-0084. BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: This study was done to determine if reported declines in stroke mortality in the era before antihypertensive therapy are …

  • Slowdown in the decline of stroke mortality in the United

    The gradual decline in stroke mortality rates observed in the United States since 1900 accelerated markedly around 1973 for whites and around 1968 for blacks. During the next decade stroke mortality rates decreased by almost 50% so that the United States now experiences one of the lowest stroke mortality rates in the world. Beginning in 1979, however the annual rate of decline in stroke

  • Factors Influencing the Decline in Stroke Mortality

    The remarkable decline in stroke mortality was acknowledged as one of the ten great public health achievements for the United States (US) in the 20th century. Along with the associated decline in ischemic heart disease mortality, stroke was one of the few diseases

  • The US decline in stroke mortality: what does ecological

    The US decline in stroke mortality: what does ecological analysis tell us? Jacobs DR Jr(1), McGovern PG, Blackburn H. Author information: (1)Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis 55454. Comment on Am J Public Health. 1992 Dec;82(12):1600-6.

  • Decline in US Stroke Mortality - AHA/ASA Journals

    national stroke mortality rates may have reached a plateau, it is possible that there are regions in the United States where stroke mortality rates are continuing to decline or are still declining for specific race- strata. Finally, under the assumption that stroke mortality rates are still declining for

  • Remarkable decline in ischemic stroke mortality is not

    1. Stroke. 2013 Mar;44(3):591-7. doi: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.112.677724. Epub 2012 Dec 4. Remarkable decline in ischemic stroke mortality is not matched by changes in incidence.

  • Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Volume 66, Issue

    of decline in stroke death rates during 2000–2015. • An estimated 30,000 excess stroke deaths might have occurred because of the unfavorable changes in the rate of decline in stroke mortality during 2013–2015. • The findings emphasize the importance of continuing surveillance of stroke and strategically identifying

  • The end of the long-term decline in stroke mortality in

    The end of the long-term decline in stroke mortality in the United States? The end of the long-term decline in stroke mortality in the United States? The end of the long-term decline in stroke mortality in the United States? Stroke. 1997 Aug;28(8):1527-9. doi: 10.1161/01.str.28.8.1527.

  • The US decline in stroke mortality: what does ecological

    Antihypertensive treatment and US trends in stroke mortality, 1962 to 1980. Am J Public Health. 1992 Dec; 82 (12):1600–1606. [PMC free article] Whisnant JP. The decline of stroke. Stroke. 1984 Jan-Feb; 15 (1):160–168. Garraway WM, Whisnant JP. The changing pattern of hypertension and the declining incidence of stroke. JAMA.

  • What is the mortality and morbidity associated with stroke?

    Jun 05, 2021· The decline in US stroke death rates for more than 4 decades has begun to slow. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in adults aged 35 years or older, stroke …

  • Factors Influencing the Decline in Stroke Mortality

    The repositioning of stroke from 3rd to 4th leading cause of death is the result of true mortality decline and not an increase of chronic lung disease mortality, which is now the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States.

  • The US decline in stroke mortality: what does ecological

    This is a comment on "Antihypertensive treatment and US trends in stroke mortality, 1962 to 1980." Am J Public Health. 1992 Dec;82(12):1600-6. This is a comment on "Antihypertensive treatment and US trends in stroke mortality, 1962 to 1980." Am J Public Health. 1992 Dec;82(12):1600-6.

  • Decline in US stroke mortality an analysis of temporal

    Background and Purpose - Although stroke mortality rates have declined rapidly over the past 30 years, the decline has slowed to a plateau. Here, we assess whether the race--region groups have participated equally in this decline and whether there are groups in which stroke mortality rates are still declining, and we predict how these rates will eventually differ.

  • The US decline in stroke mortality: what does ecological

    Oct 07, 2011· We review a study in this issue that concludes, from analyses of ecological associations, that the use of medication to lower high blood pressure has caused at most a small decline in US stroke mortality …

  • The decline of mortality due to stroke - Neurology

    Sep 01, 1991· Although stroke mortality has been declining since the first part of this century, the rate of decline increased sharply during the early 1970s. The basis for the fall in stroke mortality is often attributed to effective management of risk factors, particularly hypertension. However, some investigators have questioned whether risk factor reduction alone can adequately account for the magnitude

  • The enigma of the decline in stroke deaths in the United

    The enigma of the decline in stroke deaths in the United States: the search for an explanation. The enigma of the decline in stroke deaths in the United States: the search for an explanation Stroke. 1996 Mar;27(3):370-2. doi: 10.1161/01.str.27.3.370. Cerebrovascular Disorders / mortality*

  • Decline in US stroke mortality: Demographic trends and

    To investigate age-race- effects on stroke mortality, we studied US vital statistics during 1950–1972 and 1973–1981 in 55-64-, 65-74-, and 75-84-year-old race- groups. The accelerated rate of decline in stroke mortality since 1973 has had a substantial public health impact, with >200,000 fewer stroke deaths than would otherwise have

  • Decline in stroke mortality: Splitters and lumpers

    A cardiovascular life history: a life course analysis of the original Framingham Heart Study cohort Decline in US stroke mortality: an analysis of temporal patterns by , race, and geographic region

  • Decline in US stroke mortality: an analysis of temporal

    Background and purpose: Although stroke mortality rates have declined rapidly over the past 30 years, the decline has slowed to a plateau. Here, we assess whether the race--region groups have participated equally in this decline and whether there are groups in which stroke mortality rates are still declining, and we predict how these rates will eventually differ.

  • Stroke Incidence and Mortality Trends in US Communities

    The black vs white incidence rate ratio (IRR) is highest at midlife and decreases thereafter. 3 Studies from the United States and the United Kingdom have generally shown a decline in stroke incidence for the white population. 5,11,12 Some studies 5,12 have shown no changes in stroke incidence in the black population, whereas others reported a

  • Factors influencing the decline in stroke mortality: A

    Background and Purpose—Stroke mortality has been declining since the early 20th century. The reasons for this are not completely understood, although the decline is welcome. As a result of recent striking and more accelerated decreases in stroke mortality, stroke has fallen from the third to the fourth leading cause of death in the United States.

  • (PDF) Decline in US stroke mortality: an analysis of

    Although stroke mortality rates have declined rapidly over the past 30 years, the decline has slowed to a plateau. Here, we assess whether the race--region groups have participated equally in

  • Research Spotlights Decline in Stroke Risk and Mortality

    Jul 16, 2014· Research suggests that fewer Americans are having strokes and individuals who have sustained a stroke have a lower risk of death. The results yield from a study led by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health researchers. According to the study, there is a 24% overall decline in first-time strokes in each of the last 2 decades, as well as a 20% drop per decade in fatalities post-stroke.

  • Decline in US stroke mortality. Demographic trends and

    The accelerated rate of decline in stroke mortality since 1973 has had a substantial public health impact, with greater than 200,000 fewer stroke deaths than would otherwise have occurred. For all groups, stroke mortality declined at a greater rate (p less than 0.05) in …

  • (PDF) Decline in US stroke mortality: an analysis of

    Although stroke mortality rates have declined rapidly over the past 30 years, the decline has slowed to a plateau. Here, we assess whether the race--region groups have participated equally in

  • Is Stroke Mortality on the Decline in England? American

    Sep 01, 1992· This paper challenges the assumption that mortality from stroke will remain constant or decline over the next few decades. A decline in stroke mortali We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website.By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

  • Determinants of the decline in mortality from acute stroke

    May 22, 2019· Introduction. Stroke mortality rates have been declining in almost every country.1 Reduction in mortality could result from a decline in disease occurrence or a decline in case fatality, or both. A reduction in stroke event rates could result from better management of risk factors, achieved through lifestyle modification and prevention.

  • Factors influencing the decline in stroke mortality a

    The repositioning of stroke from third to fourth leading cause of death is the result of true mortality decline and not an increase in mortality from chronic lung disease, which is now the third leading cause of death in the United States.

  • Age-Specific Excess Deaths Associated with Stroke Among

    During 1950-1996, age-standardized stroke death rates declined 70% for the entire U.S. population (2); however, the decline varied among racial/ethnic populations (1). The estimated number of stroke deaths by race/ethnicity and age illustrate the differences in stroke mortality that may be used to direct prevention efforts.

  • The decline in stroke mortality An epidemiologic

    Sep 01, 1993· INTRODUCTION Stroke mortality has been declining in the United States since vital statistics began to be collected at the turn of the century (1). Since 1973, the rate of decline in stroke mortality has increased markedly (2, 3). A recent acceleration in the decline in stroke mortality has also been seen in most developed nations (3, 4).

  • Preventing stroke: saving lives around the world

    Feb 01, 2007· In order to estimate the years of life gained solely because of an additional 2% per annum decline in stroke mortality between 2005 and 2015, an additional scenario was modelled in which the additional 2% per annum decline was applied only to projected stroke mortality…

  • Decline in US Stroke Mortality An Analysis of Temporal

    Request PDF Decline in US Stroke Mortality An Analysis of Temporal Patterns by , Race, and Geographic Region Background and Purpose-Although stroke mortality rates have declined rapidly

  • Decline in US stroke mortality. Demographic trends and

    Stroke mortality has been falling rapidly in this country since 1973. To investigate age-race- effects on stroke mortality, we studied US vital statistics during 1950-1972 and 1973-1981 in 55-64-, 65-74-, and 75-84-year-old race- groups. The accelerated rate of decline in stroke mortality since 1973 has had a substantial public health impact, with greater than 200,000 fewer stroke deaths

  • Mortality Rates for Heart Disease, Stroke Decline

    The new data also indicate that since 1999, the death rate for stroke has decreased by 24.4%, from 61 to 47 deaths per 100,000 persons per year. The reduction in mortality rates in 2005 resulted in approximately 160,000 fewer deaths from coronary heart disease and stroke, 2 of the 3 leading causes of death in the United States.

  • Factors influencing the decline in stroke mortality: a

    Background and purpose: Stroke mortality has been declining since the early 20th century. The reasons for this are not completely understood, although the decline is welcome. As a result of recent striking and more accelerated decreases in stroke mortality, stroke has fallen from the third to the fourth leading cause of death in the United States.

  • Decline in US Stroke Mortality

    decline in stroke mortality. (Stroke 1989;20:14-21) A ge-adjusted stroke mortality has been declin-/\ ing in the United States since the turn of the 1 \. century, at an accelerate 1973.d rat1-2 e after This recent downturn in mortality has been seen in most Western nations3 and has been attributed to improved treatment and control of

  • Decline in US stroke mortality: an analysis of temporal

    1. Stroke. 2001 Oct;32(10):2213-20. Decline in US stroke mortality: an analysis of temporal patterns by , race, and geographic region. Howard G(1), Howard VJ, Katholi C, Oli MK, Huston S. Author information: (1)Department of Biostatistics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham AL 35294, USA. [email protected]

  • Vital Signs: Recent Trends in Stroke Death Rates — United

    Sep 07, 2017· Introduction. 1,2). Despite this decline, nearly 800,000 persons in the United States have a new or recurrent stroke each year, and approximately 140,000 stroke victims die; thus, stroke accounts for one in every 20 deaths (3).Stroke is also a leading cause of serious long-term disability, with an estimated annual cost of $33.9 billion (3).† However, a recent study suggested that the rate of