Age-Adjusted Death Rate due to Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis

This indicator shows the age-adjusted death rate per 100,000 population due to Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is the result of chronic liver disease that causes scarring of the liver and liver dysfunction. This often has many complications, including accumulation of fluid in the abdomen (ascites), bleeding disorders (coagulopathy), increased pressure in the blood vessels of the liver (portal hypertension), and confusion or a change in the level of consciousness (hepatic encephalopathy). Common causes of chronic liver disease in the U.S. include: Hepatitis C infection and long-term alcohol abuse.

Measurement Period: 2014-2016
Value: 15.22

County

15.22

State

22.3

National

HP 2020

  • 0
  • 33
  • 66.37

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Historical Data

  • Measurement Period Value
    2014-2016 15.22
    2013 9.9
    2012 9
    2011 6.3
    2010 9.4
    2009 7.4
    2008 6.8
    2007 7.4
    2006 5.1
    2005 7.4
    2004 10.3
    2003 7.8

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