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Silicosis: Years of potential life lost to age 65 and to life expectancy by race and sex, U.S. residents age 15 and over, 2005–2014

Years of Potential Life Lost to Age 65
YearWhiteBlackOtherTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
2005 185 15 45 245
2006 235 50 40 45 370
2007 115 10 65 190
2008 245 10 40 5 300
2009 115 35 5 15 170
2010 145 20 20 185
2011 160 5 15 180
2012 105 5 110
2013 205 25 50 25 305
2014 90 25 25 5 145
2005–2014 1,600 195 310 60 10 25 2,200
Years of Potential Life Lost to Life Expectancy
YearWhiteBlackOtherTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
2005 1,482 52 191 7 35 1,767
2006 1,324 97 168 58 6 1,653
2007 1,157 112 207 9 1,485
2008 1,447 116 199 47 1,809
2009 1,235 69 136 47 9 1,496
2010 1,082 84 107 1,273
2011 882 44 136 25 1,087
2012 1,009 24 105 27 1,165
2013 1,144 102 184 29 41 1,500
2014 802 43 128 39 1,012
2005–2014 11,564 743 1,561 112 217 50 14,247

– indicates no deaths.

Note:

The 2005–2014 estimates may be different than those previously reported due to different methodologies.

See Appendix for information about data sources, methods, ICD codes, and limitations.

Source:

Mortality multiple cause-of-death data from National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System.

Citation:

NIOSH 2017. Work-Related Lung Disease Surveillance System (eWoRLD). 2017-909 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Respiratory Health Division, Morgantown, WV. Available at: <https://wwwn.cdc.gov/eworld/Data/909> October 17, 2017.

Reference Number: 2017-909

Date Posted: May 2017

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