Death due to cardiovascular and ischemic heart diseases in Europe

Death due to ischemic heart disease in Europe.
Standardized death rate per 100,000 inhabitants.

https://jakubmarian.com/number-of-deaths-due-to-ischemic-heart-disease-by-region-in-europe


Lithuania has the highest (standardized) rate of ischemic heart disease within the regions shown in the map, with astounding 591 deaths per 100,000 people per year, followed by North-West Romania and Central Romania (540 and 491, respectively), Latvia (474) and Northern Hungary (472). The lowest rate, on the other hand, is in Île de France (45 per 100,000), followed by several other French regions.


 Death due to cardiovascular disease in Europe.
Standardized death rate per 100,000 inhabitants.
https://jakubmarian.com/mortality-due-to-cardiovascular-disease/

Around twice as many Bulgarians and Romanians die of cardiovascular disease than Czechs and Poles, who are, in turn, three times as likely to die of a cardiovascular disease than the French. Differences in rates of cardiovascular disease are the major reason why the French live 4 years longer, on average, than the Poles, who live 4 years longer than the Bulgarians.


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