EU: number of deaths due to strokes 2014, by country

Number of deaths due to strokes in the European Union in 2014, by country

EU: number of deaths due to strokes 2014, by country This statistic shows the number of deaths due to strokes in the European Union (EU) in 2014, by country. In Italy, 57,230 people died as a result of a heart attack, followed by Germany with 55,318 people.
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Number of deaths due to strokes in the European Union in 2014, by country

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Number of deaths
Italy 57,230
Germany55,318
Romania 44,678
United Kingdom 39,354
France 31,734
Poland 31,063
Spain 27,579
Bulgaria 22,525
Greece 14,279
Hungary 12,390
Portugal 11,808
Czech Republic 9,443
Netherlands 9,382
Croatia 7,347
Belgium 6,869
Sweden 6,597
Lithuania 5,488
Slovakia 5,195
Austria 4,983
Latvia 4,878
Finland 4,431
Denmark 3,342
Slovenia 1,963
Ireland 1,851
Estonia 946
Cyprus 372
Malta 284
Luxembourg 229
Number of deaths
Italy 57,230
Germany55,318
Romania 44,678
United Kingdom 39,354
France 31,734
Poland 31,063
Spain 27,579
Bulgaria 22,525
Greece 14,279
Hungary 12,390
Portugal 11,808
Czech Republic 9,443
Netherlands 9,382
Croatia 7,347
Belgium 6,869
Sweden 6,597
Lithuania 5,488
Slovakia 5,195
Austria 4,983
Latvia 4,878
Finland 4,431
Denmark 3,342
Slovenia 1,963
Ireland 1,851
Estonia 946
Cyprus 372
Malta 284
Luxembourg 229
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This statistic shows the number of deaths due to strokes in the European Union (EU) in 2014, by country. In Italy, 57,230 people died as a result of a heart attack, followed by Germany with 55,318 people.
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Release date
October 2017
Region
EU
Survey time period
2014
Supplementary notes
Data on causes of death (COD) provide information on mortality patterns and form a major element of public health information. COD data refer to the underlying cause which - according to the World Health Organisation (WHO) - is "the disease or injury which initiated the train of morbid events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury".
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