Medical statistics
  • 2018 № 9 The dynamics of mortality of the population of the Russian Federation from 2012–2016

    The article presents the dynamics of mortality in 2012–2016. The structure of the death rate of the pop¬ulation for 2016 is given. The target indicators (indicators) of the state program of the Russian Federation «Development of Health Care» – mortality from all causes, diseases of the circulatory system, traffic accidents, neoplasms are considered

    Authors: Ogryzko E. V. [11] Shelepova E. A. [2] Tyurina E. M. [1]

    Tags: coding1 mortality16 targets (indicators)1

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  • Population and healthcare
  • 2021 № 4 DYNAMICS OF THE INCIDENCE OF DIABETES MELLITUS AMONG CHILDREN IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION FOR 2014–2018 YEARS

    Diabetes mellitus among children is one of the urgent health problems due to high morbidity and disability.
    Objective – establishing the main trends in the incidence of children.
    Materials and methods. A statistical analysis of the data of reporting forms of federal statistical observation No. 12 “Information on the number of diseases registered in patients living in the service area of a medical organization” for the period from 2014 to 2018 was carried out.
    Results. During the analyzed period, the incidence of diabetes mellitus in the Russian Federation among children aged 0–17 years increased by 28,1%. In dynamics for 2014–2018 the primary incidence of diabetes among children aged 0–17 years in the Russian Federation increased by 15,5%. In 94,9% of cases of diabetes in children account for type I diabetes. In dynamics for 2014–2018 it grew by 26,2%.
    Conclusion. The results of the analysis of diabetes mellitus among children indicate the need for the development of primary prevention of type I in children and raising public awareness of a healthy lifestyle in children

    Authors: Golubev N. A. [6] Ogryzko E. V. [11] Liutsko V. V. [4] Shelepova E. A. [2]

    Tags: children6 diabetes mellitus3 general morbidity2 primary morbidity2

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