2019 № 9 Modern approaches to the analysis of emergency medical care for children
112 936 cases of 24-hour emergency medical care in a children’s clinic for 2018 were analyzed. The meth¬ods of multivariate statistical analysis and theory of time series are used. It has been established that about 30% of the challenges occur in children of the first year of life. From January to March and from June to October, there is an increase in the number of calls. The days with the most calls are the 12th, 19th and 26th of the month. Almost a quarter of weekly calls fall on Monday. The resulting model of the call service duration structure allows you to evaluate changes in the work of the emergency service in different periods and proves the need for round-the-clock work.
2020 № 3 Modern approaches to the analysis of the formation of pathology in children
The mathematical method “oriented trees with estimates” is used to study the structure of 411,581 requests from 71,483 children to a medical organization for primary diseases. The data of the medical information system of the hospital for 2015–2018 were used. The regularities of the sequence of pathology formation in 35,288 children under 7 years old and 36,195 children from 7 to 17 years old and the average age of detection of diseases are established. So, the onset of the disease J06.9 (depending on age) is expected to be 1.9–4.6 times more likely if there was one of the diseases G93.8 or G94 before than after one of the diseases J20.9 or J20.8 according to ICD-10. The data obtained can be used for individual preventive work with children.