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Sweden: Schizophrenia

Deaths %
48
0.06
Rate World Rank
0.19
26

According to the latest WHO data published in 2018 Schizophrenia Deaths in Sweden reached 48 or 0.06% of total deaths. The age adjusted Death Rate is 0.19 per 100,000 of population ranks Sweden #26 in the world. Review other causes of death by clicking the links below or choose the full health profile.

Leading Causes of Death Sweden
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Life Expectancy
1. Coronary Heart Disease
2. Alzheimers & Dementia
3. Stroke
4. Prostate Cancer
5. Lung Cancers
6. Lung Disease
7. Breast Cancer
8. Colon-Rectum Cancers
9. Suicide
10. Influenza and Pneumonia
11. Diabetes Mellitus
12. Pancreas Cancer
13. Lymphomas
   
14. Ovary Cancer
15. Other Injuries
16. Liver Disease
17. Hypertension
18. Other Neoplasms
19. Falls
20. Leukemia
21. Drug Use
22. Liver Cancer
23. Kidney Disease
24. Skin Cancers
25. Endocrine Disorders
26. Congenital Anomalies
   
27. Stomach Cancer
28. Parkinson's Disease
29. Uterin Cancer
30. Inflammatory/Heart
31. Oesophagus Cancer
32. Bladder Cancer
33. Alcohol
34. Road Traffic Accidents
35. Cervical Cancer
36. Oral Cancer
37. Peptic Ulcer Disease
38. Violence
39. Drownings
   
40. Low Birth Weight
41. Diarrhoeal diseases
42. Epilepsy
43. Multiple Sclerosis
44. Skin Disease
45. Asthma
46. Encephalitis
47. Birth Trauma
48. Rheumatoid Arthritis
49. Anemia
50. Rheumatic Heart Disease

See full health profile and world rankings for Sweden here:  Sweden Health Profile

ICD-10 CODES: F20-F29
Data Source: WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 2018