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Fig. S1  Fatal strokes by type as a percentage of all deaths among men in Australia, 1998–2009. ICD-10 codes used were: Ischemic stroke: I63; Hemorrhagic stroke: I61, I62; Unknown/other stroke: I60, I64, I65, I66, I67, I68, I69. (Reference 8).

Fig. S2  Fatal strokes by type as a percentage of all deaths among men in South Korea, 1983–2010. ICD-9 codes used until 1994 were: ischemic stroke: 433, 434; hemorrhagic stroke 431, 432. ICD-10 codes used subsequently were: ischemic stroke: I63; hemorrhagic stroke I61, I62. (Reference 9).

Fig. S3  Fatal strokes by type as a percentage of all deaths among men in Japan, 1951–2010. ICD-9 codes used to 1994 were: ischemic stroke: 433, 434, 437.7a, 437.7b; hemorrhagic. (Reference 10).

Table S1 Summary statistics, by study, for male participants in the Asia-Pacific Cohort Studies Collaboration.

Table S2 Data availability of risk factors for analyses of fatal and non-fatal stroke (n events, N total).

Table S3 Summary comparison of risk factors between women and men: Age-adjusted hazard ratios (95% confidence intervals) for fatal and nonfatal stroke.

Table S4 Summary comparison of risk factors between women and men: Multivariable-adjusted hazard ratios (95% confidence intervals) for fatal and nonfatal stroke.

Table S5 Data availability of risk factors for analyses of fatal stroke (n events, N total).

Table S6 Summary comparison of risk factors between women and men: Age-adjusted hazard ratios (95% confidence intervals) for fatal stroke.

Table S7 Summary comparison of risk factors between women and men: Multivariable-adjusted hazard ratios (95% confidence intervals) for fatal stroke.

Table S8 Data availability of risk factors for analyses of hemorrhagic stroke (n events, N total).

Table S9 Summary comparison of risk factors between women and men: Multivariable-adjusted hazard ratios (95% confidence intervals) for hemorrhagic stroke. Blank entries appear where there were no events.

Table S10 Data availability of risk factors for analyses of ischemic stroke (n events, N total).

Table S11 Summary comparison of risk factors between women and men: Multivariable-adjusted hazard ratios (95% confidence intervals) for ischemic stroke. Blank entries appear where there were no events.

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