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;Figure 4: Age-standardised avoidable mortality rates by sexEngland and Wales, 2014NotesC1. Figures are for deaths registered in the calendar year 2014
2. Figures exclude deaths of non-residents
3. Age-standardised rates per 100,000 population, standardised to the 2013 European Standard Population. Age-standardised rates are used to allow comparison between populations which may contain different proportions of people of different ages
4. Confidence intervals are a measure of the statistical precision of an estimate and show the range of uncertainty around the estimated figure. Calculations based on small numbers of events are often subject to random fluctuations. As a general rule, if the confidence interval around an estimate overlaps with the interval around another, there is no significant difference between the 2 estimates
5. See dataset 1 for further details of the underlying causes of death included
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