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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2007  
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From the relatively high rates of death in infancy (age 0), age-specific death rates (ASDRs) sharply decline through childhood.

In 2005, Tasmania's lowest ASDRs were experienced by males aged 5-9 years and 10–14 years and females aged 1–14 years. Generally throughout the life span, ASDRs are higher for males. However, the difference between the sexes becomes more prominent after the age of 64 years.

AGE-SPECIFIC DEATH RATES(a) - 2005

Males
Females
Tasmania
Tasmania
Age (years)
deaths per '000 males
deaths per '000 females

0
4.8
2.4
1-4
0.4
0.1
5-9
-
0.1
10-14
0.2
0.1
15-19
0.3
0.2
20-24
1.6
0.4
25-29
0.8
0.4
30-34
1.5
0.3
35-39
1.8
1.2
40-44
2.0
1.1
45-49
3.0
1.9
50-54
3.9
2.8
55-59
6.3
3.6
60-64
9.9
7.2
65-69
17.6
9.9
70-74
28.1
16.8
75-79
45.7
31.4
80-84
82.3
54.9
85 and over
156.3
140.7
Total
8.1
7.8

- Nil or rounded to zero
(a) The number of deaths (occurred or registered) during the calendar year for a specified age per 1000 of the estimated resident population of the same age at the mid-point of the year.
Source: Deaths, Australia (cat. no. 3302.0).



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