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Table 3 YLLs and YLDs of COPD in different age groups in Iran from 1995 to 2015

From: Trends in burden of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in Iran, 1995–2015: findings from the global burden of disease study

 YLLsYLDsDALYsCochran-Armitage testOnaway ANOVA
ageyearFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleBoth
Under 5199517,14816,55332526517,47416,81934,293Z = 2
P value = 0.04*
F = 19
P value = 0.005*
5–14 years19951602178427712317437441018476
15–49 years199511,46419,259934210,20220,80729,46250,270
50–69 years199515,36726,6533853542219,22132,07651,298
> 70 years199510,70516,9211796246212,50219,38331,885
All ages199556,28981,17218,09020,67174,380101,843176,224
Under 5200011,56313,51621318311,77613,70025,476
5–14 years20001245147422221994346734696936
15–49 years200012,67723,40310,04211,74122,71935,14557,864
50–69 years200016,54928,0743911563720,46033,71254,173
> 70 years200013,85121,5122132297715,98424,48940,473
All ages200055,88687,98218,52122,53374,407110,516184,924
Under 52005622176341511386373777214,145
5–14 years2005869110314271318229724214719
15–49 years200512,85025,60610,35812,82023,20938,42761,637
50–69 years200519,91634,5804143611524,05940,69664,755
> 70 years200523,37737,0682528379825,90540,86766,773
All ages200563,235105,99418,60924,19181,844130,186212,031
Under 5201029722950136130310930816191
5–14 years201055264510471020159916663265
15–49 years201013,83228,58110,79613,64824,62942,22966,858
50–69 years201023,76243,4695003700728,76550,47679,242
> 70 years201027,82341,9952974434030,79846,33677,134
All ages201068,943117,64219,95926,14888,902143,790232,693
Under 5201522912442137130242825735002
5–14 years20154415051080938152114893011
15–49 years201513,29729,13911,19414,09424,49243,23467,726
50–69 years201527,74260,2966248883533,99169,132103,123
> 70 years201522,16245,2392950440225,11349,64274,755
All ages201565,934137,62421,61128,44787,546166,071253,618
  1. The Cochran-Armitage test indicates that the DALYs number of COPD has a significant trend from 1995 to 2015. The Onaway ANOVA shows a significant difference in the number of DALYs between age groups