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New Jersey Health Statistics
1999

TABLE M13. LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH IN 1999 AMONG RESIDENTS 1-4 YEARS OLD
NEW JERSEY, 1994-1999
YEAR UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS CONGENITAL ANOMALIES HOMICIDE INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA
TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE
NUMBER % NUMBER % NUMBER % NUMBER % NUMBER % NUMBER %
1994 39 24.0 11 6.6 15 9.3 13 7.8 18 11.0 3 2.1
1995 34 18.9 10 5.4 16 8.9 12 6.6 17 9.4 4 2.3
1996 24 16.5 9 6.1 15 10.5 13 8.8 9 6.2 5 3.4
1997 38 26.7 16 10.9 10 7.0 12 8.3 15 10.5 5 3.4
1998 31 23.8 9 6.8 16 12.4 11 8.5 9 6.9 1 0.5
1999 29 21.6 8 6.0 17 12.7 11 8.2 9 6.7 7 5.2
1994-1998 data are from the NJ single cause of death file. 1999 data are from the NCHS multiple cause of death file.
1994-1998 numbers have been comparability-modified. See Table A for preliminary comparability ratios.


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