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MORTUARY DATA FOR GBD 2010

Estimating Injury Mortality in resource-poor settings using Mortuary Data


TABLE 1.1 SUMMARY TABLE


REGION

COUNTRY

CITY

MORTUARY

Sub-Saharan Africa, EAST

ETHIOPIA

ADDIS ABABA

King Menelik II Hospital Mortuary

Sub-Saharan Africa, WEST

GHANA

KUMASI

Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital

Sub-Saharan Africa, SOUTH

MOZAMBIQUE

MAPUTO

Mapuyo Central Hospital Mortuary

Sub-Saharan Africa, WEST

NIGERIA

IBADAN

Ibadan University College Hospital Mortuary

North Africa

SUDAN

OMDURMAN

 

KHARTOUM

Omdurman Hospital Mortuary

 

Khartoum Teaching Hospital Mortuary

Sub-Saharan Africa, EAST

UGANDA

KAMPALA

Mulago Teaching Hospital and Kampala City Mortuary

Sub-Saharan Africa, SOUTH

ZAMBIA

LUSAKA

Lusaka Burial Permit Registry, University Teach Hospital Mortuary



TABLE 1.2 DATA COLLECTION SCHEDULE

Country

Period

      Dates

 Cases

Ethiopia

1 year

Jul 2006 - Jun 2007

1114

Ghana

2 years

2005 - 2006

1545

Mozambique

10 years

1994 - 2003

12354

Nigeria

3 years

2007- 2009

1045

Sudan

4 months

2010

255

Uganda

6 months

Jul - Dec 2007

757

Zambia

13 months

Nov 2007 - Dec 2008

594

 

TABLE 1.3 ASSESSING MORTUARY DATA FOR COMPLETENESS

 

 

MALES 15-59

FEMALES 15-59

 

POPULATION1,2

INJURY DEATHS (estimated)4

MORTUARY INJURY DEATHS7


COMPLETENESS

POPULATION1,2

INJURY DEATHS (estimated)4

MORTUARY INJURY DEATHS7


COMPLETENESS

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia

779,347

1,611

694

43%

778,932

373

160

43%

KUMASI, Ghana

502,006

694

427

61%

493,254

146

118

81%

MAPUTO, Mozambique5

277,210

-

669

-

264,766

-

161

-

IBADAN, Nigeria

723,020

1,074

214

20%

680,811

230

54

23%

KHARTOUM, Sudan3, 6

108,5604

1,472

1,222

83%

949,498

231

208

90%

KAMPALA, Uganda

410,764

1,244

1,044

84%

388,052

305

216

71%

LUSAKA, Zambia

369,848

1,710

259

15%

353,248

413

48

12%

                               

1Source: World Urbanization Prospects for total population (Note: assume 50-50 gender distribution)

2Source: UNDP World Population Prospects (percent of population between the ages 15-59)

3Source: 2008 Population Census Sudan (Note: Khartoum State includes 1 million rural residents)

4Source: UNDP All-Cause Deaths Estimates (rates estimated with all cause deaths per population); GBD-2004 Africa (all deaths-injury fraction)

5Note: Data for Maputo is for ages 15-49 due to different age categories in INCAM

6Note: Data for Khartoum is for ages 15-44 due to different age categories in the 2008 Population Census Sudan

7Note: Calculated for 12 months


GRAPH 1.1-7  ASSESSING MORTUARY DATA FOR QUALITY OF INJURY CODING



 


AFRICA MORTUARY DIRECTORY

 

Ethiopia

King Menelik II Hospital Mortuary, Addis Ababa

Collaborator:      Dr. Kunuz Abdella, WHO Regional Office for Africa

Ghana

Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) Mortuary, Kumasi

Collaborator:      Mr. Adofo Koranteng, MPH, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Mozambique

Maputo Central Hospital Mortuary, Maputo

Collaborator:      Mrs. Kidist Bartolomeos, WHO

Nigeria

Ibadan University College Hospital (UCH) Mortuary, Ibadan

Collaborator:      Dr. Uwom Eze, Ibadan University

Sudan

Omdurman Teaching Hospital Mortuary, Omdurman

Khartoum Teaching Hospital Mortuary, Khartoum

Collaborator:      Dr. Safa Abdalla, Sudan Health Consultant

 Dr. Gamal Ahmed, Omdurman Teaching Hospital Mortuary

Uganda

Kampala Mortuary  (Kampala City Chemist Office and Mulago Hospital Mortuary), Kampala

Collaborator:      Dr. Jacqueline Mabweijano

                       Dr. Michael Lipnick

Zambia

University Teach Hospital and Lusaka Burial Permits Office Registry of Deaths, Lusaka

Collaborator:      Dr. Robert Mtonga, IPPNW