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Winter Mortality in Scotland 2010/11

Winter Mortality in Scotland 2010/11

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Table 1

The Seasonal Increase in Mortality in the Winter by age group, Scotland, 1990/91 to 2010/11
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Table 2

The Seasonal Increase in Mortality in the Winter, mean winter temperature and indicators of level of influenza activity, Scotland, 1951/52 - 2010/11
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Table 3

Seasonal Increase in Mortality in the Winter and the Increased Winter Mortality index, by age group and NHS Board area of usual residence, 2001/02 to 2010/11
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Table 4

The Seasonal Increase in Mortality in the Winter - the underlying numbers of registrations of deaths, Scotland, 1990/91 to 2010/11
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Table 5

The Seasonal Increase in Mortality in the Winter - underlying death registrations, by NHS Board area of usual residence, 2007/08 to 2010/11
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Figure 1

Seasonal Increase in Mortality in the Winter, Scotland, 1951/52 to 2010/11
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Figure 2

Seasonal Increase in Mortality in the Winter and mean winter temperature (deg.C.), Scotland: (a) winter 1951/52 to winter 2010/11; and (b) winter 1991/92 to winter 2010/11
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Figure 3

Seasonal Increase in Mortality in the Winter and indicators of influenza activity, Scotland: (a) winters and 'flu seasons - 1971/72 to 2007/08, inclusive; and (b) winters - 2004/05 to 2010/11, inclusive.
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