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WHO. 2016 ‘Inter-country Comparison of Mortality for Selected Cause of Death - Gun Death from Undetermined Cause in Slovenia.’ European Detailed Mortality Database (DMDB). Copenhagen: World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe. 21 July

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ICD-10 Code1: Diagnosis - Number of deaths (Crude death rate per 100,000 population) - % of all deaths

2010 population: 2,049,261
Total Gun Death from Undetermined Cause: 1
Crude death rate per 100,000 population: 0.0488

Y24: Other and unspecified firearm discharge, undetermined intent - 1 (0.0488) - 0.0054%

2009 population: 2,042,335
Total Gun Death from Undetermined Cause: 2
Crude death rate per 100,000 population: 0.0979

Y24: Other and unspecified firearm discharge, undetermined intent - 2 (0.0979) - 0.0107%

2005 population: 2,001,114
Total Gun Death from Undetermined Cause: 1
Crude death rate per 100,000 population: 0.05

Y23: Rifle, shotgun and larger firearm discharge, undetermined intent - 1 (0.05) - 0.0053%

2004 population: 1,997,004
Total Gun Death from Undetermined Cause: 1
Crude death rate per 100,000 population: 0.0501

Y24: Other and unspecified firearm discharge, undetermined intent - 1 (0.0501) - 0.0054%

2003 population: 1,996,773
Total Gun Death from Undetermined Cause: 2
Crude death rate per 100,000 population: 0.1002

Y24: Other and unspecified firearm discharge, undetermined intent - 2 (0.1002) - 0.0103%

2002 population: 1,995,718
Total Gun Death from Undetermined Cause: 3
Crude death rate per 100,000 population: 0.1503

Y23: Rifle, shotgun and larger firearm discharge, undetermined intent - 1 (0.0501) - 0.0053%
Y24: Other and unspecified firearm discharge, undetermined intent - 2 (0.1002) - 0.0107%

1999 population: 1,976,300
Total Gun Death from Undetermined Cause: 1
Crude death rate per 100,000 population: 0.0506

Y24: Other and unspecified firearm discharge, undetermined intent - 1 (0.0506) - 0.0053%

[Editor's note: Each year, countries submit their cause of death and population data to WHO. Unless an error is detected, a number of deaths is unlikely to change after processing. However, as WHO reviews its data in the wake of each national census, minor changes can be made to calculated death rates. These could account for any differences which might appear following the date on which a death rate was originally posted.]

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