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Table 3 Percentage a of black and white men and women who died within 30 days after admission for AMI (unadjusted estimates)

From: Trends in and disparities for acute myocardial infarction: an analysis of Medicare claims data from 1992 to 2010

  Black women Black men White women White male
Mortality, number (%)
1992-1993 3311 (20.4) 2145 (17.9) 50641 (23.1) 44578 (19.5)
1994-1995 3492 (19.7) 2189 (17.0) 50269 (22.1) 43655 (18.4)
1996-1997 3512 (18.9) 2139 (16.0) 48151 (21.0) 41907 (17.8)
1998-1999 3761 (19.2) 2213 (16.8) 46539 (20.5) 40065 (17.7)
2000-2001 3952 (18.7) 2361 (16.8) 45521 (19.6) 38349 (16.9)
2002-2003 3847 (17.6) 2396 (16.4) 42912 (18.8) 36805 (16.4)
2004-2005 3122 (17.1) 1921 (15.1) 34193 (18.0) 29289 (15.6)
2007-2008 2751 (16.1) 1790 (15.0) 29842 (17.6) 26226 (15.4)
2009-2010 2768 (17.1) 1751 (15.3) 26994 (18.2) 24889 (16.2)
  1. aThe denominator is number of AMI patients in each stratum (that is, black women, black men, white women and white men) during each two-year period. AMI, acute myocardial infarction.