SHAFAQNA TURKEY – The Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK) has shared the statistics of mortality and causes of death for 2020. Accordingly, if in 2019 the number of deaths was 435 thousand 941 people, then in 2020 it increased by 16.5% to 507 thousand 938 people. While 54.6% of people who died in 2019 were men and 45.4% were women, 56.0% of those who died in 2020 were men and 44.0% were women.
The crude death rate was 6.1 per thousand.
The crude death rate, which expresses the number of deaths per thousand people, was 5.3 per thousand in 2019 and 6.1 per thousand in 2020. In other words, if in 2019 there were 5.3 deaths per thousand people, then in 2020 – 6.1 deaths per thousand people.
The province with the highest overall death rate was Sinop with 11.3 per thousand.
The province with the highest overall death rate was Sinop, with 11.3 per thousand in 2020. This province was followed by Chankiri at 10.9 per thousand, Kastamonu at 10.7 per thousand and Artvin at 9.5 per thousand. The province with the lowest overall mortality rate was Şırnak, at 3.2 per thousand. This province was followed by Hakkari with 3.4 per thousand, Sanliurfa with 3.5 per thousand and Van with 3.7 per thousand.
Diseases emanating from the circulatory system rank first among the causes of death.
When analyzing deaths by cause, diseases of the circulatory system ranked first with 36.0% in 2020. This cause of death is followed by respiratory diseases at 15.8 percent and benign and malignant tumors at 15.7 percent.
Coronary heart disease accounts for 41.5% of deaths from diseases of the circulatory system.
When analyzing mortality from diseases of the circulatory system for the lowest causes of death, it turned out that 41.5% of the dead died from coronary heart disease, 23.8% from other heart diseases and 19.6% from cerebrovascular diseases.
The province with the highest number of deaths from diseases of the circulatory system was Adiyaman with 44.9 percent.
When analyzing mortality from circulatory system diseases by provinces, Adiyaman was the province with the highest mortality rate from circulatory system diseases in 2020 at 44.9 percent. This province is followed by Aydın with 44.7 percent, Çorum with 44.5 percent and Kırıkkale with 43.7 percent. The province with the lowest mortality rate from circulatory system diseases was Wan, at 26.9 percent. This province is followed by Hakkari with 28.2%, Bitlis with 28.9% and Eskisehir with 29.0%.
Pneumonia accounts for 54.8% of deaths from respiratory diseases.
When analyzing deaths from respiratory diseases for the lowest causes of death, it was found that 54.8% of the deceased died from pneumonia, 34.5% from chronic lower respiratory diseases and 10.8% from other respiratory diseases.
Yozgat was the province with the highest number of deaths from respiratory diseases at 22.8 percent.
When analyzing respiratory disease mortality by province, Yozgat was the province with the highest respiratory disease mortality rate in 2020 at 22.8 percent. This province is followed by Manisa with 21.1%, Nevsehir with 20.7% and Hatay with 20.4%. The province with the lowest death rate from respiratory diseases was Tunceli, at 10.7 percent. This province is followed by Bayburt with 11.5%, Bingöl with 11.6%, Erzincan and Bilecik with 11.7%.
The number of deaths from COVID-19 has reached 22 thousand 136 people.
The number of deaths from COVID-19 in 2020 amounted to 22 thousand 136 people. Among the dead were 13,699 men and 8,437 women.
When mortality from COVID-19 was analyzed by age group, it was observed that the highest number of deaths from COVID-19 occurred in the 65-74 age group. Of those who died in this age group, 4508 were men and 2546 were women.
Child mortality was 8.7 per thousand
If in 2019 the number of infant deaths was 10,770, then in 2020 it became 9,657. While the infant mortality rate, which expresses the number of infant deaths per thousand live births, was 9.1 per thousand in 2019, in In 2020, it became 8.7 per thousand. In other words, there were 8.7 infant deaths per thousand live births in 2020.
The death rate of children under the age of five was 10.6 per thousand.
While the under-five mortality rate, which expresses the probability of dying within five years of birth, was 11.2 in 2019, it is 10.6 per thousand in 2020.
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