The pie charts presented the main death reasons(Injuries, Circulatory, Cancers, Respiratory, Infectious and Others) for registered Indians and total population in 1992.
As the registered Indian's pie charts illustrated Injuries Circulatory and Others were the three major death results for both male and female, which accounted over 50% of the mortality; while Infectious was the reason caused the less death, only 2%.
It is obviously to notice that Circulatory possessed the highest death rates of the Total Population, which was 36% for male and 48% for women and Cancer wass the second highest, accounted 29% for male 32% and for female. It was also worth to mention that Infectious was still the factor which brought the less casualty.
In summary, Circulatory was the most common; while Infectious was the least common fatal factor for the Indians in 1992