# Epidemiology Statistics Exercise 2 Solved Questions

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 Total 20,957,705 658,237 2,305,348 6,423 Males 10,374,064 296,207 1,037,406 3,597 Females 10,583,641 362,030 1,267,941 2,826 Age 18-44 years 7,335,197 65,824 230,535 642 45-64 years 6,706,466 197,471 691,604 1,927 65+ years 6,916,043 394,942 1,383,209 3,854 Race/Ethnicity Non-Hispanic White 12,993,777 230,383 806,872 642 Non-Hispanic Black 3,353,233 263,295 922,139 2,890 Hispanic 3,772,387 131,647 461,070 2,248 Other Race/Ethnicity 838,308 32,912 115,267 642 Income <\$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

1. For diabetes mortality, what is the sex ratio of deaths (males to females)?
2. What proportion of diabetes deaths were among those aged 45-64 years?
3. In 2019, what was the incidence per 1000 population of diabetes in Florida?
4. In 2019, what was the prevalence (as a %) of diabetes in Florida?
5. In 2019, what was the crude diabetes death rate per 100,000 among Non-Hispanic Whites?
6. What is the case fatality rate (%) for diabetes among those earning <\$250000 per year?
7. Using the calculated case fatality rate, would you consider diabetes highly lethal? Yes No
8. Calculate the sex-specific diabetes incidence rates per 1000 people.
9. Who has a higher incidence rate? Males   Females
10. Calculate the race/ethnic-specific diabetes prevalence rates per 1000 people

Non-Hispanic White:

Non-Hispanic Black:

Hispanic:

Other Race/Ethnicity:

1. Which group has the highest prevalence rate?

Extra Credit:

1. Calculate the Standard Deviation from these numbers: 15, 22, 17, 29, 24, 23, 26, 27, 31, 20
2. From above, calculate the 95% confidence intervals.

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