The burden of premature mortality in Spain using standard expected years of life lost: a population-based study

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p787
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a study, which overviews premature mortality in Spain for the year 2008. A population-based study was conducted, to estimate standard expected years of life lost (SEYLL) by sex and age groups. It was concluded that chronic non-communicable diseases were essentially responsible for premature mortality in Spain.


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