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Table 1 The first and last three-year averages and percentage change in age standardised mortality rate for pneumonia in 19 European countries during 2001–2014. The start represents the average of 2001–2003, and the end represents the average of 2012–2014, unless otherwise specified. Rank for 2001–2003, 2011–2013 and % change is reported

From: Trends in mortality from pneumonia in the Europe union: a temporal analysis of the European detailed mortality database between 2001 and 2014

Country Male Female
Start End % Change Start End % Change
Austria* 12.9(2) 5.50(2) −57.4(3) 8.33(6) 3.55(3) −57.41(3)
Belgium* 33.27(14) 21.09(13) −36.61(6) 19.15(14) 12.45(14) −35.01(8)
Croatia 26.48(11) 7.24(3) −72.65(2) 14.31(11) 3.15(2) −78.01(2)
Czech Republic 26.45(10) 19.80(10) −25.13(13) 15.99(13) 10.67(12) −33.31(9)
Denmark* 22.88(8) 21.78(15) −4.8(17) 14.81(12) 14.39(15) −2.82(18)
Estonia 34.39(15) 20.61(12) −40.07(5) 8.44(7) 5.19(5) −38.45(5)
Finland 41.56(18) 3.26(1) −92.16(1) 22.34(16) 1.61(1) −92.79(1)
France* 14.77(3) 10.82(5) −26.73(11) 8.20(5) 6.21(7) −24.27(14)
Germany 18.83(5) 13.79(8) −26.77(10) 11.00(8) 7.72(11) −29.81(11)
Hungary 9.34(1) 7.46(4) −20.19(15) 5.08(1) 3.72(4) −26.75(12)
Latvia 28.27(12) 21.75(14) −23.07(14) 7.15(3) 6.77(9) −5.2(17)
Lithuania 19.16(7) 20.30(11) 5.95(18) 6.01(2) 5.49(6) −8.63(16)
Netherlands* 32.12(13) 19.20(9) −40.22(4) 19.82(15) 11.94(13) −39.75(4)
Poland 24.44(9) 32.53(18) 33.1(19) 13.87(10) 15.28(16) 10.14(19)
Romania 40.95(17) 29.77(17) −27.3(9) 23.19(17) 15.67(17) −32.44(10)
Slovakia 43.29(19) 37.04(19) −14.44(16) 24.01(18) 17.61(18) −26.65(13)
Spain 16.02(4) 11.86(6) −25.96(12) 7.98(4) 6.29(8) −21.25(15)
Sweden 19.03(6) 12.37(7) −34.97(7) 11.10(9) 6.92(10) −37.68(6)
United Kingdom* 39.58(16) 25.90(16) −34.55(8) 31.89(19) 20.64(19) −35.26(7)
  1. *For Austria, 2002–2003 were used for start of period with % change 2002–2003 vs 2012–2014. For Belgium, 2012–2013 were used for end of period with % change 2001–2001 vs 2012–2013. For Denmark, 2012 was used for end of period with % change 2001–2003 vs 2012. For France, 2012–2013 were used for end of period with % change 2001–2003 vs 2012–2013. For Netherlands, 2012–2013 were used with % change 2001–2003 vs 2012–2013. For the UK, 2012–2013 were used for end of period with % change 2001–2003 vs 2012–2013