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Table 2 Incidence and DALYs rates for malaria, according to federated units and regions

From: Changes in malaria patterns in Brazil over 28 years (1990–2017): results from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017

  Incidence per 100,000 inhabitants (95% UI)   DALYs per 100,000 inhabitants (95% UI)  
Regions 1990 2017 Relative change (%) 1990 2017 Relative change (%)
Legal Amazon*       
North**       
 Acre 94,748.3
(49,564.6–172,108.5)
3296.0
(2677.7–4074.3)
− 96.5 1048.1
(328.5–1546.2)
28.5
(14.3–39.1)
− 97.2
 Amapá 31,556.8
(14,412.0–64,852.0)
2335.5
(1894.6–2805.1)
− 92.5 469.7
(70.5–655.5)
24.5
(11.8–34.0)
− 94.7
 Amazonas 46,631.1
(24,532.6–83,569.1)
2029.4
(1609.0–2495.3)
− 95.6 257.4
(113.2–443.0)
14.2
(10.1–20.3)
− 94.4
 Pará 18,978.0
(10,098.0–33,150.1)
373.1
(305.2–456.6)
− 98.0 401.0
(60.4–568.7)
13.1
(6.6–17.4)
− 96.7
 Rondônia 90,883.6
(44,462.1–178,645.5)
1332.5
(1060.3–1610.7)
− 98.5 1243.2
(583.5–1788.2)
24.7
(11.4–34.9)
− 98.0
 Roraima 90,107.4
(45,008.0–163,702.4)
2717.6
(2185.9–3350.8)
− 96.9 1080.9
(285.1–1591.3)
28.3
(13.6–40.3)
− 97.3
 Tocantins 171.1
(83.3–318.2)
3.7
(3.0–4.6)
− 97.8 46.1
(6.1–80.8)
5.6
(2.9–7.3)
− 87.8
Northeast**       
 Maranhão 2306.8
(1120.2–4306.2)
34.5
(28.6–41.6)
− 98.5 27.1
(13.8–47.3)
4.4
(3.3–5.7)
− 83.7
Central-West**       
 Mato Grosso 2351.8
(1139.6–4243.4)
48.5
(39.0–61.4)
− 98.1 250.7
(13.2–360.8)
8.2
(3.4–11.2)
− 96.7
Extra-Amazon*       
Northeast**       
 Alagoas 66.9
(23.0–161.1)
0.1
(0.09–0.2)
− 99.8 4.3
(2.8–9.0)
1.9
(1.2–4.6)
− 55.8
 Bahia 33.9
(13.3–74.8)
0.1
(0.09–0.2)
− 99.7 4.2
(3.1–7.2)
1.9
(1.2–4.4)
− 54.7
 Ceará 10.0
(4.8–18.6)
0.3
(0.2–0.4)
− 97.0 4.2
(2.9–7.1)
1.9
(1.3–4.0)
− 54.7
 Paraíba 6.2
(2.9–11.4)
0.2
(0.1–0.3)
− 96.7 3.8
(2.5–6.9)
1.9
(1.2–4.1)
− 50.0
 Pernambuco 31.9
(13.3–67.5)
0.1
(0.09–0.2)
− 99.6 4.3
(2.9–8.6)
1.9
(1.2–4.4)
− 55.8
 Piauí 163.2
(75.2–322.1)
1.8
(1.5–2.1)
− 98.8 7.0
(5.1–9.5)
2.2
(1.6–3.9)
− 68.5
 Rio Grande do Norte 16.8
(8.3–29.7)
0.4
(0.3–0.5)
− 97.6 4.6
(3.4–6.8)
2.0
(1.3–4.4)
− 56.5
 Sergipe 36.7
(15.7–75.6)
0.2
(0.1–0.3)
− 99.4 4.4
(3.1–7.9)
2.0
(1.3–4.5)
− 54.5
Central-West**       
 Distrito Federal 20.4
(8.6–42.4)
1.0
(0.8–1.2)
− 95.0 9.8
(5.2–12.4)
2.1
(1.4–3.7)
− 78.5
 Goiás 32.0
(14.2–65.5)
1.3
(1.0–1.6)
− 95.9 29.1
(5.4–39.3)
2.7
(2.0–4.5)
− 90.7
 Mato Grosso do Sul 18.6
(8.4–36.6)
0.8
(0.6–0.9)
− 95.6 11.2
(5.0–14.8)
2.2
(1.6–4.2)
− 80.3
Southeast**       
 Espírito Santo 39.7
(17.7–81.9)
1.6
(1.3–1.9)
− 95.9 6.1
(4.6–8.6)
2.2
(1.5–4.5)
− 63.9
 Minas Gerais 21.8
(10.2–40.9)
0.4
(0.3–0.5)
− 98.1 4.3
(3.1–7.0)
1.9
(1.2–4.1)
− 55.8
 Rio de Janeiro 9.6
(4.7–17.6)
0.5
(0.4–0.6)
− 94.7 4.3
(3.0–8.4)
1.9
(1.2–4.4)
− 55.8
 São Paulo 12.4
(6.1–22.4)
0.5
(0.4–0.6)
− 95.9 4.4
(3.2–7.2)
1.8
(1.2–3.7)
− 59.0
South**       
 Paraná 14.3
(6.5–29.7)
0.6
(0.5–0.8)
− 95.8 7.1
(4.8–9.0)
2.0
(1.4–4.2)
− 71.8
 Rio Grande do Sul 4.0
(1.7–80.7)
0.1
(0.09–0.2)
− 97.5 4.0
(2.9–6.5)
1.9
(1.2–4.1)
− 52.5
 Santa Catarina 8.7
(3.8–17.9)
0.3
(0.2–0.4)
− 96.5 5.4
(4.1–7.4)
2.0
(1.3–3.9)
− 62.9
  1. Age-standardized rates per 100,000 inhabitants are shown, along with the relative changes. Brazil, 1990–2017
  2. 95% UI uncertainty interval of 95%, % percentage
  3. * Malaria transmission areas in Brazil, considering the Legal Amazon region, comprising nine states in the Brazilian geographic regions North, Northeast, and Central-West (Acre, Amapá, Amazonas, Pará, Rondônia, Roraima, Tocantins, Maranhão, and Mato Grosso), and the Extra-Amazon region, comprising the other 17 states and the Federal District located in the geographic regions Northeast, Central-West, Southeast, and South (Alagoas, Bahia, Ceará, Paraíba, Pernambuco, Piauí, Rio Grande do Norte, Sergipe, Distrito Federal, Goiás, Mato Grosso do Sul, Espírito Santo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul, and Santa Catarina)
  4. **The five Brazilian geographic regions: North, Northeast, Central-West, Southeast, and South