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Table 2 City specific estimates of the effect of heat waves on daily mortality (% increase and 90% CI) by cause of death among people aged 65+ years.

From: The impact of heat waves on mortality in 9 European cities: results from the EuroHEAT project

  All natural deaths Respiratory deaths Cardiovascular deaths Cerebrovascular deaths
City % increase (90% CI) % increase (90% CI) % increase (90% CI) % increase (90% CI)
Athens 21.6 (18.5 - 24.8) 34.5 (24.6 - 45.2) 28.4 (24.0 - 33.0) 33.0 (25.9 - 40.4)
Barcelona 15.6 (11.0 - 20.4) 41.3 (26.4 - 57.9) 21.4 (14.0 - 29.4) 25.1 (12.4 - 39.3)
Budapest 21.1 (17.3 - 24.9) 20.6 (2.6 - 41.7) 24.1 (19.3 - 29.1) 24.6 (15.6 - 34.4)
London 10.4 (8.6 - 12.2) 18.0 (13.4 - 22.8) 9.3 (6.6 - 12.1) 10.6 (5.2 - 16.3)
Milan 33.6 (28.5 - 39.0) 92.5 (72.3 - 115.1) 39.2 (31.2 - 47.6) 49.8 (35.6 - 65.6)
Munich 7.6 (3.8 - 11.5) 3.9 (-0.8 - 30.8) 8.2 (2.8 - 13.9) 14.7 (2.4 - 28.6)
Paris 11.4 (10.0 - 12.9) 27.7 (19.4 - 36.6) 12.3 (8.5 - 16.2) 19.7 (12.1 - 27.8)
Rome 26.8 (23.4 - 30.4) 66.9 (51.9 - 83.3) 37.8 (32.5 - 43.3) 48.0 (38.0 - 58.8)
Valencia 8.5 (1.2 - 16.3) 32.4 (9.1 - 60.7) 20.1 (7.9 - 33.6) 1.4 (-17.4 - 24.4)