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Table 3 Comparison of SMRs in each region during the period 2008–2014 (cross-sectional analysis)

From: Spatial and temporal variations in Spain in the standardised ratio of in-hospital mortality due to colorectal cancer, 2008–2014

REGION 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Andalucía 112.37 (103.58–121.71) 110.61 (102.28–119.45) 118.07 (109.19–127.49) 113.96 (105.21–123.24) 110.84 (102.20–120.02) 116.93 (108.10–126.28) 100.56 (92.64–108.97)
Aragón 80.14 (65.92–96.51) 94.65 (78.85–112.70) 81.40 (66.78–98.28) 95.65 (79.85–113.65) 97.33 (81.32–115.58) 106.50 (89.59–125.67) 114.10 (95.66–135.05)
Asturias 136.12 (114.12–161.11) 131.67 (111.38–154.59) 122.12 (101.25–146.03) 129.93 (109.01–153.70) 121.17 (100.30–145.12) 120.61 (99.83–144.43) 114.83 (95.50–136.91)
Islas Baleares 82.34 (62.68–106.21) 98.30 (76.33–124.62) 81.79 (61.26–106.99) 98.46 (77.31–123.61) 94.54 (73.69–119.44) 73.40 (55.13–95.77) 93.73 (72.92–118.62)
País Vasco 94.06 (81.54–107.97) 112.13 (98.19–127.49) 106.97 (93.36–122.00) 120.43 (106.37–135.84) 123.39 (108.74–139.47) 127.27 (111.61–144.51) 129.71 (113.62–147.44)
Islas Canarias 182.10 (156.87–210.24) 157.38 (134.80–182.66) 161.30 (136.75–188.98) 176.26 (151.18–204.31) 163.35 (142.05–186.94) 179.48 (155.75–205.81) 168.43 (146.95–192.16)
Cantabria 79.25 (56.07–108.78) 88.91 (64.59–119.36) 103.17 (76.06–136.79) 97.88 (69.92–133.29) 72.11 (49.31–101.80) 82.80 (59.41–112.33) 106.28 (76.59–143.66)
Castilla Leon 92.16 (82.94–102.14) 86.08 (76.98–95.97) 93.36 (83.90–103.60) 91.53 (82.42–101.36) 98.78 (88.66–109.74) 97.71 (87.52–108.75) 101.20 (91.07–112.15)
Castilla La Mancha 96.38 (82.59–111.81) 96.16 (82.32–111.65) 84.21 (71.43–98.61) 102.77 (88.67–118.47) 93.35 (79.88–108.44) 95.26 (81.59–110.56) 91.35 (78.63–105.54)
Cataluña 82.63 (75.78–89.92) 77.97 (71.59–84.77) 75.77 (69.34–82.63) 74.60 (68.47–81.15) 74.24 (67.96–80.95) 65.28 (59.31–71.69) 74.49 (67.93–81.51)
Extremadura 110.54 (89.33–135.27) 130.62 (108.02–156.55) 150.93 (126.80–178.32) 123.59 (101.28–149.35) 128.14 (105.41–154.32) 120.36 (99.87–143.81) 129.27 (107.35–154.36)
Galicia 109.20 (97.17–122.30) 113.03 (101.28–125.76) 110.12 (98.47–122.76) 109.32 (97.75–121.87) 107.24 (95.51–120.03) 112.93 (101.07–125.80) 114.88 (102.24–128.64)
Madrid 93.47 (84.65–102.96) 87.08 (78.70–96.11) 83.07 (74.81–91.99) 82.56 (74.51–91.24) 88.05 (79.76–96.98) 82.39 (74.51–90.88) 87.27 (79.19–95.95)
Murcia 88.86 (70.35–110.75) 87.72 (70.63–107.71) 103.55 (85.10–124.81) 96.97 (78.55–118.42) 85.19 (67.95–105.48) 105.65 (86.15–128.26) 96.30 (78.84–116.48)
Navarra 61.80 (43.72–84.82) 139.49 (110.26–174.10) 104.42 (78.87–135.60) 137.77 (109.73–170.79) 107.04 (81.07–138.69) 137.78 (109.41–171.25) 110.30 (87.46–137.28)
La Rioja 67.20 (41.58–102.72) 69.46 (41.80–108.48) 63.57 (38.25–99.27) 98.94 (64.61–144.97) 86.66 (54.29–131.21) 56.24 (31.45–92.76) 92.76 (54.95–146.62)
Valencia 117.15 (106.73–128.31) 109.64 (99.56–120.47) 114.80 (104.57–125.76) 100.57 (91.08–110.78) 105.41 (95.96–115.55) 105.57 (96.21–115.59) 98.11 (89.13–107.74)
  1. SMRs: Standardised mortality ratios. (95% confidence interval, Byar’s approximation)
  2. All regressions corresponding to this table provided C-Statistic values within the range 0.72 to 0.85