Indicator full name: AIDS/HIV (as recorded by routine mortality statistics system),as recorded by routine mortality statistics system per 100 000 population, by sex (age-standardized death rate)
Unit: deaths per 100 000
- Age group (AGE_GRP_LIST)
- Country (COUNTRY)
- Supranational group of countries (COUNTRY_GRP)
- Sex (SEX)
- Subnational country codes for HFA-MDB (SUBNATIONAL_MDB)
- Year of measure (YEAR)
Years data is available: 1980—2016
Last updated: 14 June 2018
- WHO European Region
- Members of the European Union
- Members of the EU before May 2004 (EU15)
- Members of the EU after May 2004 (EU13)
- Commonwealth of Independent States
- Central Asian Republics Information Network members (CARINFONET)
- South-eastern Europe Health Network members (SEEHN)
- Nordic countries
- Small countries
European mortality database allows age- and sex-specific analysis of mortality trends by broad disease-groups, as well as dis-aggregated to 67 specific causes of death. Data reach back to 1980.
ICD-9 codes: 042-044 or 279.5
ICD-10 codes: B20-B24
ex-USSR 175 list: 206
ICD-10 Mortality Condensed list 1: 1020
EUROSTAT list of 65 causes: 4Warning! Death certification and coding practices in relation to AIDS/HIV, particularly when using
ICD-9, vary widely between countries. This may cause significal biases in the number of AIDS deaths as recorded by the routine vital statistics system. Specific HIV/AIDS Surveilance system in Europe provides more accurate estimates (www.eurohiv.org).
SDR is the age-standardized death rate calculated using the direct method and standard European population structure.
CDR is the crude death rate calculated as a simple ratio: number of registered deaths/ mid-year population (per 100000).
Mortality rates have been calculated by the WHO Regional Office for Europe using the data on deaths by cause/age/sex and mid-year population by age/sex, annually reported to WHO by European Member States. It should be noted that Mortality rates for some countries may be biased due to the under-registration of death cases, particularly in the central Asian republics, the Caucasus countries and some countries in the Balkans region (seenotes on data availability and quality under menu item Help).