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Table 2 Projected number of older adults with impairment (in millions) by gender and age cohorts

From: Trends in functional disability and cognitive impairment among the older adult in China up to 2060: estimates from a dynamic multi-state population model

  2015 2060 Annual relative change (%) Relative change (2015–2060)
All older adult with impairment
 65–74 years 3·180 (3·138–3·222) 4·009 (3·949–4·069) 0·579% (0·574–0·584) 26·06% (25·83–26·29)
 75–84 years 8·650 (8·599–8·700) 22·329 (22·179–22·478) 3·514% (3·509–3·520) 158·15% (157·92–158·38)
 85 and Over 6·090 (6·052–6·129) 69·846 (68·993–70·699) 23·26% (23·11–23·41) 1046% (1039–1053)
Female
 65–74 years 1·863 (1·838–1·887) 2·346 (2·309–2·383) 0·577% (0·569–0·584) 25·95% (25·60–26·28)
 75–84 years 5·404 (5·369–5·439) 13·425 (13·320–13·529) 3·298% (3·291–3·305) 148·41% (148·10–148·72)
 85 and Over 4·126 (4·099–4·154) 41·172 (40·644–41·700) 19·95% (19·81–20·09) 897·8% (891·6–903·9)
Men
 65–74 years 1·317 (1·296–1·339) 1·663 (1·634–1·692) 0·583% (0·579–0·587) 26·23% (26·06–26·40)
 75–84 years 3·245 (3·218–3·273) 8·904 (8·814–8·994) 3·875% (3·865–3·884) 174·36% (173·93–174·77)
 85 and Over 1·964 (1·946–1·983) 28·674 (28·163–29·184) 30·22% (29·94–30·49) 1359% (1347–1372)