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Table 3 Ranking number for countries from lowest to highest cardiovascular disease mortality rates (per 100,000), by latest available year

From: Examining trends in cardiovascular disease mortality across Europe: how does the introduction of a new European Standard Population affect the description of the relative burden of cardiovascular disease?

Country Males Change in ranking Females Change in ranking
1976 ESP 2013 ESP 1976 ESP 2013 ESP
Albania 36 36 0 36 34 2
Armenia 35 34 1 34 36 − 2
Austria 18 18 0 18 20 − 2
Azerbaijan 40 38 2 38 44 − 6
Belarus 49 48 1 48 35 13
Belgium 11 11 0 11 9 2
Bosnia and Herzegovina 28 30 − 2 30 38 − 8
Bulgaria 43 43 0 43 45 − 2
Croatia 26 27 − 1 27 29 − 2
Cyprus 16 16 0 16 19 − 3
Czech Republic 25 25 0 25 27 − 2
Denmark 8 8 0 8 5 3
Estonia 31 31 0 31 28 3
Finland 21 20 1 20 15 5
France 2 2 0 2 1 1
Georgia 30 29 1 29 30 − 1
Germany 19 19 0 19 21 − 2
Greece 22 21 1 21 23 − 2
Hungary 29 32 − 3 32 31 1
Iceland 17 17 0 17 16 1
Ireland 15 15 0 15 13 2
Israel 1 1 0 1 2 − 1
Italy 12 12 0 12 12 0
Kazakhstan 34 28 6 28 24 4
Kyrgyzstan 46 47 − 1 47 49 − 2
Latvia 42 41 1 41 33 8
Lithuania 39 39 0 39 32 7
Luxembourg 7 5 2 5 10 − 5
Malta 14 13 1 13 17 − 4
Montenegro 32 33 − 1 33 39 − 6
Netherlands 4 4 0 4 6 − 2
Norway 6 6 0 6 7 − 1
Poland 27 26 1 26 26 0
Portugal 9 10 − 1 10 11 − 1
Republic of Moldova 45 45 0 45 48 − 3
Romania 38 40 − 2 40 41 − 1
Russia Federation 47 46 1 46 42 4
San Marino 20 22 − 2 22 18 4
Serbia 33 35 − 2 35 40 − 5
Slovakia 37 37 0 37 37 0
Slovenia 23 23 0 23 22 1
Spain 3 3 0 3 3 0
Sweden 13 14 − 1 14 14 0
Switzerland 5 9 − 4 9 8 1
Tajikistan 44 44 0 44 43 1
TFYR Macedonia 41 42 − 1 42 46 − 4
Turkey 24 24 0 24 25 − 1
Turkmenistan 51 51 0 51 51 0
The UK 10 7 3 7 4 3
Ukraine 50 50 0 50 47 3
Uzbekistan 48 49 − 1 49 50 − 1
  1. *1 = lowest, 51 = highest