The full impact of the pandemic has been much greater than what is indicated by reported deaths due to COVID-19 alone. Strengthening death registration systems around the world, long understood to be crucial to global public health strategy, is necessary for improved monitoring of this pandemic and future pandemics. In addition, further research is warranted to help distinguish the proportion of excess mortality that was directly caused by SARS-CoV-2 infection and the changes in causes of death as an indirect consequence of the pandemic.

Estimating excess mortality due to the COVID-19 pandemic: a systematic analysis of COVID-19-related mortality, 2020???21 / Wang, Haidong; R Paulson, Katherine; A Pease, Spencer; Watson, Stefanie; Comfort, Haley; Zheng, Peng; Y Aravkin, Aleksandr; Bisignano, Catherine; M Barber, Ryan; Alam, Tahiya; E Fuller, John; A May, Erin; Phan Jones, Darwin; E Frisch, Meghan; Abbafati, Cristiana; Adolph, Christopher; Allorant, Adrien; O Amlag, Joanne; Bang-Jensen, Bree; J Bertolacci, Gregory; S Bloom, Sabina; Carter, Austin; Castro, Emma; Chakrabarti, Suman; Chattopadhyay, Jhilik; M Cogen, Rebecca; K Collins, James; Cooperrider, Kimberly; Dai, Xiaochen; James Dangel, William; Daoud, Farah; Dapper, Carolyn; Deen, Amanda; B Duncan, Bruce; Erickson, Megan; B Ewald, Samuel; Fedosseeva, Tatiana; J Ferrari, Alize; Jon Frostad, Joseph; Fullman, Nancy; Gallagher, John; Gamkrelidze, Amiran; Guo, Gaorui; He, Jiawei; Helak, Monika; J Henry, Nathaniel; N Hulland, Erin; M Huntley, Bethany; Kereselidze, Maia; Lazzar-Atwood, Alice; E LeGrand, Kate; Lindstrom, Akiaja; Linebarger, Emily; A Lotufo, Paulo; Lozano, Rafael; Magistro, Beatrice; Carvalho Malta, Deborah; M??nsson, Johan; M Mantilla Herrera, Ana; Marinho, Fatima; H Mirkuzie, Alemnesh; Temesgen Misganaw, Awoke; Monasta, Lorenzo; Naik, Paulami; Nomura, Shuhei; G O'Brien, Edward; Kevin O'Halloran, James; Tesfaye Olana, Latera; M Ostroff, Samuel; Penberthy, Louise; C Reiner Jr, Robert; Reinke, Grace; P Ribeiro, Antonio Luiz; Francesco Santomauro, Damian; In??s Schmidt, Maria; H Shaw, David; S Sheena, Brittney; Sholokhov, Aleksei; Skhvitaridze, Natia; D Sorensen, Reed J; Elizabeth Spurlock, Emma; Syailendrawati, Ruri; Topor-Madry, Roman; E Troeger, Christopher; Walcott, Rebecca; Walker, Ally; Shey Wiysonge, Charles; Alemseged Worku, Nahom; Zigler, Bethany; M Pigott, David; Naghavi, Mohsen; H Mokdad, Ali; S Lim, Stephen; I Hay, Simon; Gakidou, Emmanuela; L Murray, Christopher J. - In: THE LANCET. - ISSN 0140-6736. - (2022). [10.1016/s0140-6736(21)02796-3]

Estimating excess mortality due to the COVID-19 pandemic: a systematic analysis of COVID-19-related mortality, 2020???21

Cristiana Abbafati;
2022

Abstract

The full impact of the pandemic has been much greater than what is indicated by reported deaths due to COVID-19 alone. Strengthening death registration systems around the world, long understood to be crucial to global public health strategy, is necessary for improved monitoring of this pandemic and future pandemics. In addition, further research is warranted to help distinguish the proportion of excess mortality that was directly caused by SARS-CoV-2 infection and the changes in causes of death as an indirect consequence of the pandemic.
2022
mortality; Covid 19; excess mortality;
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Estimating excess mortality due to the COVID-19 pandemic: a systematic analysis of COVID-19-related mortality, 2020???21 / Wang, Haidong; R Paulson, Katherine; A Pease, Spencer; Watson, Stefanie; Comfort, Haley; Zheng, Peng; Y Aravkin, Aleksandr; Bisignano, Catherine; M Barber, Ryan; Alam, Tahiya; E Fuller, John; A May, Erin; Phan Jones, Darwin; E Frisch, Meghan; Abbafati, Cristiana; Adolph, Christopher; Allorant, Adrien; O Amlag, Joanne; Bang-Jensen, Bree; J Bertolacci, Gregory; S Bloom, Sabina; Carter, Austin; Castro, Emma; Chakrabarti, Suman; Chattopadhyay, Jhilik; M Cogen, Rebecca; K Collins, James; Cooperrider, Kimberly; Dai, Xiaochen; James Dangel, William; Daoud, Farah; Dapper, Carolyn; Deen, Amanda; B Duncan, Bruce; Erickson, Megan; B Ewald, Samuel; Fedosseeva, Tatiana; J Ferrari, Alize; Jon Frostad, Joseph; Fullman, Nancy; Gallagher, John; Gamkrelidze, Amiran; Guo, Gaorui; He, Jiawei; Helak, Monika; J Henry, Nathaniel; N Hulland, Erin; M Huntley, Bethany; Kereselidze, Maia; Lazzar-Atwood, Alice; E LeGrand, Kate; Lindstrom, Akiaja; Linebarger, Emily; A Lotufo, Paulo; Lozano, Rafael; Magistro, Beatrice; Carvalho Malta, Deborah; M??nsson, Johan; M Mantilla Herrera, Ana; Marinho, Fatima; H Mirkuzie, Alemnesh; Temesgen Misganaw, Awoke; Monasta, Lorenzo; Naik, Paulami; Nomura, Shuhei; G O'Brien, Edward; Kevin O'Halloran, James; Tesfaye Olana, Latera; M Ostroff, Samuel; Penberthy, Louise; C Reiner Jr, Robert; Reinke, Grace; P Ribeiro, Antonio Luiz; Francesco Santomauro, Damian; In??s Schmidt, Maria; H Shaw, David; S Sheena, Brittney; Sholokhov, Aleksei; Skhvitaridze, Natia; D Sorensen, Reed J; Elizabeth Spurlock, Emma; Syailendrawati, Ruri; Topor-Madry, Roman; E Troeger, Christopher; Walcott, Rebecca; Walker, Ally; Shey Wiysonge, Charles; Alemseged Worku, Nahom; Zigler, Bethany; M Pigott, David; Naghavi, Mohsen; H Mokdad, Ali; S Lim, Stephen; I Hay, Simon; Gakidou, Emmanuela; L Murray, Christopher J. - In: THE LANCET. - ISSN 0140-6736. - (2022). [10.1016/s0140-6736(21)02796-3]
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