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[answered] Leading Causes of Death by Age Group, Race/Ethnicity Males,


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Read over the Leading Causes of Death by Race?(which is attached below).

Choose a minority/racial group from the table, and briefly describe their demographics in the United States and list the top ten causes of death. Then, answer these questions:

  1. 1. Why is cultural competency important when addressing these health problems within this specific population?
  2. 2. How are these health issues being address specifically for this target population?
  3. 3.?Why?is?it?important?to?target?specific?populations?with?health?information?they?relate?to?
  4. REQUIREMENTS:
  5. minimum?of?200?words.
  6. list?all?references?utilized?in?APA?format,?including?in-text?citations?at?the?end?of?each?sentence?where?outside?sources?were?used.
  7. NO PLAGIARISM!!




Leading Causes of Death by Age Group, Race/Ethnicity Males, United States, 2010*

 

American Indian/Alaska

 

Asian/Pacific Islander

 

Native Rank All Races Hispanic Black White 1 Heart

 

disease

 

24.9% Cancer

 

20.7% Heart

 

disease

 

24.1% Heart

 

disease

 

25.1% Heart

 

disease

 

18.9% Cancer

 

27.1% 2 Cancer

 

24.4% Heart

 

disease

 

20.6% Cancer

 

23.3% Cancer

 

24.6% Cancer

 

18.6% Heart

 

disease

 

23.5% 3 Unintentional

 

injuries

 

6.2% Unintentional

 

injuries

 

9.5% Unintentional

 

injuries

 

5.5% Unintentional

 

injuries

 

6.2% Unintentional

 

injuries

 

13.5% Stroke

 

6.6% 4 Chronic lower

 

respiratory diseases

 

5.3% Stroke

 

4.2% Stroke

 

4.8% Chronic lower

 

respiratory diseases

 

5.7% Diabetes

 

5.1% Unintentional

 

injuries

 

5.0% 5 Stroke

 

4.2% Diabetes

 

4.2% Homicide

 

4.6% Stroke

 

4.1% Chronic liver

 

disease

 

5.0% Diabetes

 

3.5% 6 Diabetes

 

2.9% Chronic liver

 

disease

 

3.9% Diabetes

 

3.9% Diabetes

 

2.7% Chronic lower

 

respiratory diseases

 

4.1% Chronic lower

 

respiratory diseases

 

3.4% 7 Suicide

 

2.5% Homicide

 

3.1% Chronic lower

 

respiratory diseases

 

3.1% Suicide

 

2.6% Suicide

 

4.0% Influenza &

 

pneumonia

 

3.1% 8 Alzheimer?s

 

disease

 

2.1% Chronic lower

 

respiratory diseases

 

2.7% Kidney

 

disease

 

2.8% Alzheimer?s

 

disease

 

2.2% Stroke

 

3.0% Suicide

 

2.8% 9 Kidney

 

disease

 

2.0% Suicide

 

2.7% HIV

 

disease

 

2.1% Influenza &

 

pneumonia

 

1.9% Homicide

 

2.4% Kidney

 

disease

 

2.0% 10 Influenza &

 

pneumonia

 

1.9% Kidney

 

disease

 

2.1% Septicemia

 

1.8% Kidney

 

disease

 

1.9% Influenza &

 

pneumonia

 

2.0% Alzheimer?s

 

disease

 

1.3% *Percentages represent total deaths in the age group due to the cause indicated. Numbers in parentheses indicate tied rankings. The white, black, American Indian/Alaska Native, and

 

Asian/Pacific Islander race groups include persons of Hispanic and non-Hispanic origin may be of any race. Some terms have been shortened from those used in the National Vital Statistics

 

Report. See the next page for a listing of the shortened terms in the table and their full unabridged equivalents used in the report. To learn more, visit Mortality Tables at

 

http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/mortality_tables.htm or http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/deaths.htm HHS, CDC, NCHS). Short and Full Terms for Leading Causes of Death (Males)

 

Some terms in the leading causes of death table have been shortened from those used in the National Vital Statistics Report.

 

Below is a listing of the shortened terms used in the table and their full, unabridged equivalents used in the report.

 

SHORT TERMS FULL TERMS Aortic aneurism

 

Benign neoplasms

 

Birth defects

 

Bronchitis

 

Cancer

 

C. difficile infection

 

Chronic liver disease

 

Chronic lower respiratory diseases Aortic aneurism and dissection

 

In situ neoplasms and neoplasms of uncertain or unknown behavior

 

Congenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities

 

Acute bronchitis and bronchiolitis

 

Malignant neoplasms

 

Enter colitis due to clostridium

 

Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis

 

Includes bronchitis, emphysema, asthma, bronchiectasis, and other chronic Diabetes

 

Gallbladder disorders

 

Heart disease Diabetes mellitus

 

Cholethiasis and other disorders of gallbladder

 

Diseases of the heart HIV disease

 

Homicide

 

Hypertension

 

Kidney disease

 

Kidney infection

 

Legal Intervention* Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease

 

Assault (homicide)

 

Essential (primary) hypertension and hypertensive renal disease

 

Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis

 

Infections of kidney

 

Physical or other force used by police or other law-enforcing agents, including military on duty, in the course of arresting or attempting to arrest lawbreakers, suppressing disturbances, maintaining order, and other legal action. Includes legal execution and excludes citizen arrest.

 

Complications of medical and surgical care

 

Operations of War and their sequelae

 

Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period

 

Pneumonitis due to solids and liquids

 

Cerebrovascular diseases

 

Intentional self-harm

 

Accidents (unintentional injuries) Medical & surgical care complications

 

Operations of War

 

Perinatal conditions

 

Pneumonitis

 

Stroke

 

Suicide

 

Unintentional injuries *World Health Organization. International statistical Classification of Diseases and Related

 

Health Problems, Tenth Revision (ICD-10). Geneva: World Health Organization, 1992.

 

Available at http://www.who.int/classifications/icd/en/. Accessed April 15, 2010.

 


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