The data were put in charts and analyzed using the IBM Statistical Package for Social Sciences program (IBM SPSS, v. 24, IBM, Chicago, IL). Tweedie’s Multivariate Regression was used to estimate the effect of independent variables on the mortality rate among Latin American countries. The model was adjusted by gradually removing variables with a p-value> 0.20. The effect of the independent variables was verified through the measures of prevalence ratio (PR) and confidence interval (CI95%), considering p-value< 0.05.

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