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    Epidemiology: Mortality Rates

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    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that 4,739 deaths occurred in the U.S. during 2000 when a pedestrian was struck and killed by a motor vehicle. They estimate that 78,000 pedestrians were injured in pedestrian/motor-vehicle collisions during the year. The population of the United States that year was 281,421,906.

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    1) Based on these data, what was the case fatality rate of pedestrian/motor-vehicle collision injury in 2000? Express this as a percentage.

    2) What was the cause specific mortality rate for pedestrian/vehicle collisions that year? Express this per 100,000.

    3) If there were a total of 2,448,117 deaths from all causes that year in the United States, what would the proportionate mortality for pedestrian motor-vehicle collisions be? Express this as a percentage.

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    1) Based on these data, what was the case fatality rate of pedestrian/motor-vehicle collision injury in 2000? Express this as a percentage.

    The case fatality rate is the rate of death among people who already have a condition (here, the condition is ...

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    The solution calculates the case fatality rate, cause-specific mortality rate, and the proportionate mortality.

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