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Table 1 Distribution of cervical cancer mortality rates (2000-2004) and indicators of cervical cancer screening programs

From: How protective is cervical cancer screening against cervical cancer mortality in developing countries? The Colombian case

Department Women 18 to 69 years old Average of deaths by year Mortality per 100,000 Screening variables (%)
     1 2 3 4 5
Amazonas 14,633 5 16.0 39.4 9.7 87.7 17.2 25.4
Antioquia 1,695,093 353 12.7 47.3 6.7 88.4 8.9 28.3
Arauca 58,004 16 14.5 50.2 7.3 86.5 18.5 26.1
Atlántico 627,571 143 13.5 38.9 6.4 85,7 20.3 35.2
Bogotá 2,173,732 473 13.9 54.3 8.9 74.2 10.1 18.9
Bolívar 514,680 98 10.7 36.7 4.9 82.9 19.8 38.6
Boyacá 357,138 65 10.4 43.1 17.4 64.6 17 21
Caldas 298,632 107 21.8 57.3 12.5 82.4 10.9 31.6
Caquetá 104,560 27 13.5 44.3 12.0 79.0 17.5 41
Casanare 72,240 15 11.1 51.9 7.4 88.6 16.2 37
Cauca 336,097 78 12.7 49.9 15.6 83.8 21.1 42.1
Cesar 231,167 56 12.9 34.8 7.5 86.6 18.2 38
Chocó 104,910 10 4.5 36.1 9.0 84.2 16.4 37.4
Córdoba 384,543 87 12.4 34.8 3.9 87.5 16.5 48.7
Cundinamarca 618,658 97 9.0 49.7 10.2 81.3 15.8 19.4
Guainía 7,514 1 6.3 37.0 14.9 100.0 14.3 14.8
Guaviare 19,799 3 7.1 40.7 12.8 88.9 12.5 19.2
Huila 263,798 79 16.4 48.2 10.8 73.6 12.8 42.4
La Guajira 157,054 19 6.3 28.7 5.0 88.3 18.3 40.2
Magdalena 299,679 63 11.3 30.9 9.8 88.1 22.3 45.2
Meta 206,687 71 19.7 46.4 10.9 84.1 12.8 36.8
Nariño 417,498 105 14.1 54.7 13.9 81.0 15.5 24.2
Norte de Santander 345,178 95 15.6 40.9 5.5 83.2 20.3 45.4
Putumayo 73,462 10 6.8 65.6 5.1 90.4 10.4 23.7
Quindío 165,207 56 20.9 61.9 8.4 82.9 9.6 31
Risaralda 278,130 90 20.0 51.4 9.3 83.0 9 37.4
San Andrés Island 21,356 3 8.7 59.9 6.9 71.4 9.4 12.8
Santander 580,869 140 14.3 52.4 11.1 83.3 12.4 26.8
Sucre 201,907 46 12.4 32.1 5.3 78.3 19.8 40.2
Tolima 381,515 141 21.1 44.7 7.0 76.5 15.3 38
Valle 1,273,844 365 17.6 48.8 6.0 85.5 10.2 30.7
Vaupés 8,492 0 0.0 33.1 13.4 100.0 22.4 9.6
Vichada 11,862 1 3.9 45.2 11.7 90.2 10.3 22.2
  1. 1. Proportion of women who reported having a cervical cytology once a year
  2. 2. Proportion of women who did not collect the results of their last cytology
  3. 3. Proportion of women with an abnormal cervical cytology who contacted their health care provider to receive treatment
  4. 4. Proportion of women who have never had a cervical cytology
  5. 5. Proportion of uninsured population