For the “Danish Atlas of Disease Mortality”, scientists evaluated the data of 7.4 million people which lived in Denmark in the years 2000 to 2018. It aims to show the statistical median remaining lifespan of people in Denmark, and anyone can find out about it with just a few clicks.
About 1 million deaths in the 19-year observation period have been evaluated. The mortality rates of different diseases were compared with the mortality rate in the age-appropriate total population. The statistics show, for example, that the loss of life years was highest for chronic liver diseases: about minus 17 years. The individual diseases are listed according to ICD-10: Around 1,800 diseases are available.
Plana-Ripoll O et al. Analysis of mortality metrics associated with a comprehensive range of disorders in Denmark, 2000 to 2018: A population-based cohort study. PLoS Med. 2022;19(6): e1004023. Published 2022 Jun 16. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1004023