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Age-Adjusted Death Rate due to Cerebrovascular Disease (Stroke) (Health Indicators Warehouse)

Shows the age-adjusted death rate per 100,000 population due to cerebrovascular disease and stroke. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is blocked or when a blood vessel in the brain ruptures, causing brain tissue to die. A stroke often starts as a sudden feeling of numbness or weakness on half of the body. Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States and is a major cause of adult disability. About 800,000 people in the United States have a stroke each year. One American dies from a stroke every 4 minutes, on average (Nat Vital Stat Rep. 2011; Heart disease and stroke statistics—2013 update: a report from the American Heart Association).

Measurement Period: 2005-2011
Value: 51.4
HP 2020 Target:Healthy People 2020 target: Reduce stroke deaths to 34.8 deaths per 100,000 population.

County

51.4

State

48.1

National

HP 2020

34.8
  • 32.7
  • 60.7
  • 89.6

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2007-2013 - Dimensions

  • Aged 65 years and over

    308.8
    242.9
    387.0
    35
    Comparison of 116 Counties
    308.8
      Low: 125.3             High: 619.5
  • Aged 65 years and over; White

    313.1
    245.4
    393.6
    36
    Comparison of 116 Counties
    313.1
      Low: 126             High: 624.9
  • Aged 65 years and over; White, non-Hispanic

    314.7
    246.7
    395.7
    36
    Comparison of 116 Counties
    314.7
      Low: 126.3             High: 626.7
  • Aged 65 years and over; Not Hispanic or Latino

    310.3
    244.1
    389.0
    35
    Comparison of 116 Counties
    310.3
      Low: 125.7             High: 621.6
  • Aged 65 years and over; Male

    295.2
    200.6
    419.0
    53
    Comparison of 66 Counties
    295.2
      Low: 148.3             High: 449
  • Aged 65 years and over; Female

    319.1
    231.8
    428.3
    48
    Comparison of 99 Counties
    319.1
      Low: 206.1             High: 761
  • White (Age-adjusted)

    47.7
    38.1
    59.0
    5
    Comparison of 117 Counties
    47.7
      Low: 26.1             High: 99.2
  • White, non-Hispanic (Age-adjusted)

    48.1
    38.4
    59.5
    5
    Comparison of 117 Counties
    48.1
      Low: 26.2             High: 99.6
  • Not Hispanic or Latino (Age-adjusted)

    47.0
    37.7
    58.0
    5
    Comparison of 117 Counties
    47.0
      Low: 25.6             High: 98.2
  • Male (Age-adjusted)

    53.3
    37.7
    73.1
    8
    Comparison of 87 Counties
    53.3
      Low: 28.5             High: 91.1
  • Female (Age-adjusted)

    44.2
    32.7
    58.4
    6
    Comparison of 109 Counties
    44.2
      Low: 30.1             High: 101.6
  • Male; White (Age-adjusted)

    56.5
    40.0
    77.5
    9
    Comparison of 84 Counties
    56.5
      Low: 29.7             High: 93.4
  • Male; White, non-Hispanic (Age-adjusted)

    56.9
    40.3
    78.1
    9
    Comparison of 84 Counties
    56.9
      Low: 29.9             High: 93.8
  • Male; Not Hispanic or Latino (Age-adjusted)

    53.7
    38.0
    73.8
    9
    Comparison of 87 Counties
    53.7
      Low: 28.7             High: 91.6
  • Female; White (Age-adjusted)

    44.4
    32.6
    59.0
    6
    Comparison of 108 Counties
    44.4
      Low: 28.5             High: 102.1
  • Female; White, non-Hispanic (Age-adjusted)

    44.7
    32.8
    59.4
    6
    Comparison of 108 Counties
    44.7
      Low: 28.6             High: 102.4
  • Female; Not Hispanic or Latino (Age-adjusted)

    44.5
    32.9
    58.9
    6
    Comparison of 109 Counties
    44.5
      Low: 30.2             High: 101.8
  • Total (Age-adjusted)

    46.6
    37.4
    57.5
    5
    Comparison of 117 Counties
    46.6
      Low: 22.8             High: 118.9
  • Total

    46.9
    37.6
    57.9
    5
    Comparison of 117 Counties
    46.9
      Low: 22.8             High: 118.9

Historical Data

  • Measurement PeriodValue
    2009-201160.1
    2007-201151.1
    2005-201151.4
    2008-201060.1
    2006-201054
    2004-201053.6
    2005-200949.5
    2003-200951.2
    2008N/A
    2006-200839.5
    2004-200843.9
    2002-200847.7

Peer Counties

  • Peers included in this indicator: Butler, KY; Carroll, KY; Edmonson, KY; Estill, KY; Grayson, KY; Johnson, KY; Lee, KY; Lincoln, KY; Marion, KY; Montgomery, KY; Morgan, KY; Rockcastle, KY; Rowan, KY; Wayne, KY;

  • 51.4
    • 31.9
    • 54.9
    • 77.1
  • Peer counties are those counties similar in population composition and selected demographics. Of the peer counties, only the ones that have data for the same indicator/time frame have been included.

    This county has 32 peer counties

    Peer counties (counties and county-like geographic areas) in stratum number 44 were stratified on the basis of the following factors: Frontier Status, Population Size, Poverty, Age

    All Peer Counties for Montgomery

    Macon, AL; Lincoln, AR; Bradford, FL; Lafayette, FL; Dodge, GA; Tattnall, GA; Butler, KY; Carroll, KY; Edmonson, KY; Estill, KY; Grayson, KY; Johnson, KY; Lee, KY; Lincoln, KY; Marion, KY; Montgomery, KY; Morgan, KY; Rockcastle, KY; Rowan, KY; Wayne, KY; Allen, LA; West Feliciana, LA; Calhoun, SC; McCormick, SC; Clay, SD; Bledsoe, TN; Fentress, TN; Lake, TN; Morgan, TN; Wayne, TN; Brunswick, VA; Buckingham, VA; Lincoln, WV;

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