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Table 3 Projected number of older adults with impairment (in millions) by type and gender

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
 ADL only 3·679 (3·621–3·737) 23·984 (23·397–24·571) 12·2% (12·1–12·3) 551·9% (546·1–557·5)
 CI only 11·443 (11·373–11·514) 47·848 (47·456–48·239) 7·07% (7·05–7·09) 318·1% (317·2–318·9)
 CI and ADL 2·798 (2·759–2·836) 24·352 (23·791–24·913) 17·1% (16·9–17·3) 770·4% (762·2–778·4)
Female
 ADL only 1·650 (1·623–1·676) 10·691 (10·397–10·985) 12·18% (12–12·34) 548·1% (540·5–555·4)
 CI only 7·728 (7·674–7·782) 30·141 (29·869–30·414) 6·45% (6·43–6·46) 290% (289·2–290·8)
 CI and ADL 2·016 (1·984–2·047) 16·110 (15·711–16·510) 15·5% (15·3–15·7) 699·3% (691·7–706·6)
Men
 ADL only 2·029 (1·989–2·070) 13·293 (12·896–13·689) 12·3% (12·1–12·4) 555% (548·5–561·2)
 CI only 3·716 (3·678–3·754) 17·706 (17·470–17·943) 8·37% (8·33–8·4) 376·5% (375–378)
 CI and ADL 0·782 (0·766–0·798) 8·242 (7·960–8·523) 21·2% (20·8–21·5) 953·8% (938·6–968·5)