Epidemiology Statistics Exercise 2 Solved Questions
Epidemiology: Exercise #1
Using the data from the table below, respond to the questions. Round to 1 decimal place.
|Table 1. Diabetes cases and deaths, Florida 2019 (Hypothetical data)|
|Gender||Mid-Year State Population 2019||New 2019 Cases||Total Cases 2019||Deaths 2019|
|<$250000 per year||5,239,426||164,559||576,337||2,569|
|$25000-<$50000 per year||9,430,967||427,854||1,498,476||2,248|
|$50000+ per year||6,287,312||65,824||230,535||1,606|
- For diabetes mortality, what is the sex ratio of deaths (males to females)?
- What proportion of diabetes deaths were among those aged 45-64 years?
- In 2019, what was the incidence per 1000 population of diabetes in Florida?
- In 2019, what was the prevalence (as a %) of diabetes in Florida?
- In 2019, what was the crude diabetes death rate per 100,000 among Non-Hispanic Whites?
- What is the case fatality rate (%) for diabetes among those earning <$250000 per year?
- Using the calculated case fatality rate, would you consider diabetes highly lethal? Yes No
- Calculate the sex-specific diabetes incidence rates per 1000 people.
- Who has a higher incidence rate? Males Females
- Calculate the race/ethnic-specific diabetes prevalence rates per 1000 people
- Which group has the highest prevalence rate?
- Calculate the Standard Deviation from these numbers: 15, 22, 17, 29, 24, 23, 26, 27, 31, 20
- From above, calculate the 95% confidence intervals.