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Estimating Deaths from Cardiovascular Disease: A Review of Global Methodologies of Mortality Measure

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Mortality statistics are the most commonly used data measuring cardiovascular disease (CVD). This article, Estimating Deaths from Cardiovascular Disease: A Review of Global Methodologies of Mortality Measurement (Circulation. 2013;127:749-756), examines the strength of such data and suggests strategies to improve CVD mortality measurement.

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Epidemiology Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Epidemiology, Surveillance

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07/09/2013

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