Standardised Death Rate

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The overall death rate that would have prevailed in a standard population if it had experienced the age-specific (usually age-and-sex-specific) death rates of the population or area being studied.

For example, the standardised death rates presented in the report New Zealand Life Tables 2005-07 indicate the number of deaths per 1,000 population for each ethnic group/area and each period, if each ethnic group/area had a standard population (the estimated resident population of New Zealand at 30 June 1996).

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