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Statistics Sweden is responsible for official statistics and for other government statistics. This means that Statistics Sweden develop, produce and disseminate the statistics and coordinate the system for the official statistics in Sweden.

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    • February 2019
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      The table reports the definitive number of deaths each year. For the period 1968-1997, the number of deaths are reported that were registered up to and including the 13th week of the year after the year of death. For 1998 onwards, the number of deaths are reported that were registered up to and including the 4th week of the year after the year of death.regionSince 1 January 1999, a new regional division has been established. Parts of Södertälje municipality (code 0181) have formed a new municipality called Nykvarn (code 0140).regionThe period 1968-1998 is reported according to the regional divisions that applied on 01-01-1998.regionSince 1 January 2003, a new regional division has been established. Parts of Uppsala municipality (code 0380) have formed a new municipality called Knivsta (code 0330).ageAge refers to age at death.region03 Uppsala countySince 1 January 2007, Uppsala county has been expanded to include Heby municipality. Please note that the figures for the county are not comparable with earlier figures.0331 HebySince 1 January 2007, Heby municipality has been transferred from Västmanland county to Uppsala county. The code for Heby has changed from 1917 to 0331.19 Västmanland countySince 1 January 2007, Västmanland county no longer includes Heby municipality. Please note that the figures for the county are not comparable with earlier figures.
    • February 2019
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      Accessed On: 01 March, 2019
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      The table reports the definitive number of deaths each year. For the period 1968-1997, the number of deaths are reported that were registered up to and including the 13th week of the year after the year of death. For 1998 onwards, the number of deaths are reported that were registered up to and including the 4th week of the year after the year of death.regionSince 1 January 1999, a new regional division has been established. Parts of Södertälje municipality (code 0181) have formed a new municipality called Nykvarn (code 0140).regionThe period 1968-1998 is reported according to the regional divisions that applied on 01-01-1998.regionSince 1 January 2003, a new regional division has been established. Parts of Uppsala municipality (code 0380) have formed a new municipality called Knivsta (code 0330).ageAge refers to age attained by the end of the year, i.e. in principal, an account for the year of birth.region03 Uppsala countySince 1 January 2007, Uppsala county has been expanded to include Heby municipality. Please note that the figures for the county are not comparable with earlier figures.0331 HebySince 1 January 2007, Heby municipality has been transferred from Västmanland county to Uppsala county. The code for Heby has changed from 1917 to 0331.19 Västmanland countySince 1 January 2007, Västmanland county no longer includes Heby municipality. Please note that the figures for the county are not comparable with earlier figures.
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    • March 2019
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      Accessed On: 26 March, 2019
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      Infant mortality is the number of deaths of children under one year of age per 1000 live births.Infant mortalityFirst dayBirth and death on the same calendar day.First weekThe data for 1946 -1955 are based on summed shares and may contain rounding errors.First monthThe data for 1946 -1955 are based on summed shares and may contain rounding errors.First monthUntil 1960: 30 days. From 1961 onwards, 28 days.First six monthsThe data for 1946 -1955 are based on summed shares and may contain rounding errors.Perinatal mortalityThe data for 1946 -1955 are based on summed shares and may contain rounding errors.Perinatal mortalityPerinatal mortality for the years 1946-1960 is calculated based on the number of stillbirths as well as the mortality rate for the first week of life.Perinatal mortalityPerinatal mortality are stillbirth and infant mortality during the first week of life. From July 1st, 2008 is children included that was stillborn if the mother was at least in the end of pregnancy week 22. Before that was the limit Week 28.
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    • March 2019
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      The probability of dying in the highest ages based on an smoothing model. 1970 was the smoothing of probabilities of dying for 85 years and older based on the Wittsteins formula. 1971 and 1972 was the smoothing of probabilities of dying for 86 years and older based on the Wittsteins formula. Between 1973 and 1986 was the smoothing of probabilities of dying for 91 years and older based on the Wittsteins formula. Between 1987 and 2005 were the probability of dying for ages 91 years and older based on a smoothing method that were developed at Statistics Sweden. In 2012, a review of the smoothing model, which resulted in a small model adjustment and that the smoothing takes place from 95 years of age. In connection with the revision in 2012 were the life tables revised for the years 2006-2011. The life tables for the years 1970 - 2001 are based on the scanned materials from publications. The scanned material is examined, but it is possible that some figures have been misinterpreted in the process.For year 1982-1997The mean population for 100 years refer to all who were 100 years or older.In 2012, was the method to smooth the probabilities of death for the oldest old changed. In connection with this were previously published life tables for 2006 - 2011 revised.observationsProbability of dying (per mil)Since 2006, death risks is calculated by smoothing of probabilities of death from 95 years and older. Between 1973 and 2006 were the death risks smoothed from the age of 91. The change in Method has resulted in a break in series.year1970The mean population for the 0-year-olds refers to the mean population for the 0-year-olds and not the number of births.1970Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.071 years and Women 0.072 years.1971The mean population for the 0-year-olds refers to the mean population for the 0-year-olds and not the number of births.1971Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.074 years and Women 0.103 years.1972The mean population for the 0-year-olds refers to the mean population for the 0-year-olds and not the number of births.1972Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.070 years and Women 0.092 years.1973Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.067 years and women 0.091 years. Originally published values in the 1973 Life table were for Men 0.060 years and for women 0.084 years.1973In the Life table published 1973 were some false values used for the average age at death for 0-year-olds. This resulted in some errors in the last decimal for some ages. The data in the table for 1973 is not revised.1974Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.081 years and Women 0.102 years.1974In the life tables for 1974, were the probability of dying for men too low in the ages of 91-104 years. This means that the remaining life expectancy for men is 0.02 to high in ages 0-61, 0.03 to high between the ages 62-72, 0.04 to high between the ages of 73-76, 0.06 to high for ages 80, 0.12 to high in the age of 85, 0.33 to high in the age of 90, 0.68 to high in the age of 95 and 0.70 to high in the age of 100. Since the foundation is missing to correct the entire table, the originally published values remain in the Statistics database for 1974.1975Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.087 years and Women 0.108 years.1976Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.095 years and Women 0.093 years.1977Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.100 years and Women 0.106 years.1978Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.094 years and Women 0.119 years.1979Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.097 years and Women 0.103 years.1980Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.088 years and Women 0.124 years.1981Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.099 years and Women 0.117 years.1982Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.114 years and Women 0.104 years.1983Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.101 years and Women 0.139 years.1984Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.123 years and Women 0.141 years.1985Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.144 years and Women 0.130 years.1986Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.118 years and Women 0.128 years.1987Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.139 years and Women 0.129 years.1988Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.111 years and Women 0.146 years.1989Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.115 years and Women 0.154 years.1990Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.141 years and Women 0.151 years.1991Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.148 years and Women 0.156 years.1992Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.137 years and Women 0.149 years.1993Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.115 years and Women 0.136 years.1994Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.125 years and Women 0.122 years.1995Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.124 years and Women 0.122 years.1996Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.143 years and Women 0.104 years.1997Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.125 years and Women 0.135 years.1998The mean population for the 0-year-olds refers to the mean population for the 0-year-olds and not the number of births.1998Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.152 years and Women 0.137 years.1999The mean population for the 0-year-olds refers to the mean population for the 0-year-olds and not the number of births.1999Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.128 years and Women 0.150 years.2000The mean population for the 0-year-olds refers to the mean population for the 0-year-olds and not the number of births.2000Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.128 years and Women 0.100 years.2001Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.119 years and Women 0.121 years.2002Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.144 years and Women 0.129 years.2003Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.102 years and Women 0.127 years.2004Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.127 years and Women 0.097 yaers.2005Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.164 years and Women 0.141 years.2006Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.128 years and Women 0.128 years.2007Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.112 years and Women 0.135 years.2008Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.133 years and Women 0.111 years.2009Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.107 years and Women 0.150 years.2010Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.152 years and Women 0.136 years.2011Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.151 years and Women 0.128 years.2012Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.111 years and Women 0.152 years.2013Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.115 years and Women 0.154 years.2014Average age at death for age zero: Men 0,152, Women 0,119.2015Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.115 years and Women 0.106 years.2016Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.141 years and Women 0.141 years.2017Average age at death for age zero: Men 0.120 years and Women 0.139 years.
    • March 2019
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      Source in swedish:1749-1875 - BiSOS A 1876 bihang 1876-1910 - BiSOS A 1911-1960 - Befolkningsrörelsen, Year 1961-1966 - Folkmängdens förändringar, Year 1967-1990 - Befolkningsförändringar Del 3, Year 1991-2000 - Befolkningsstatistik Del 4, Year 2001-2009 - Tabeller över Sveriges befolkning, Population statistics 2010- - Population statistics, Statistics SwedenFrom July 1st, 2008 includes a child that was stillborn if the mother was at least 22 weeks gestation. Before that were the limit week 28. This leads to a little break in series between 2007 and 2008.Ratios are calculated based on the data in the table. For a few years, this results in differences compared to the previously published.
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