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Analysis of indicators of public health in the Kamensko-Dneprovskyi rural region

Journal: Medicni perspektivi (Vol.24, No. 4)

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Page : 160-176

Keywords : incidence and prevalence of diseases; public health; classification of diseases according to ICD-10; growth rates; average annual level of morbidity;

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Purpose of the research performed by the cohort method is to study the levels of public health among children and adults living in the rural industrial area of the Zaporizhzhia region. In order to estimate primary and overall disease incidence by the separate nosological forms in children and adult population: (C00-C97), (E10-E14), (I10-I15), (I20-I25), (J95- J99), (K20-K31) retrospective research was carried out according to the ICD-10. Scientific substantiation of the research in the rural district was based on the following categories: choosing category of the adult population and children aged 0-14 years to 15-17 years, social-hygienic parameters, types of water supply systems. Investigation of the incidence was carried out according to the report of Information Health Department Centre for the period of 2008-2016 years. The main factors which influence the formation of public health are demographic indicators of different age groups, as well as indicators of dispensary supervision (the composition of health groups, the proportion of frequently ill children) on the territory of experimental observation area. In our research we tried to study these two groups of medical and social factors to understand the conditions under which health of the rural population in this industrially developed region of Ukraine is being formed. The percent of organized groups of frequently ill childrenl in the Kamensko-Dniprovskyi rural district during 2008-2016 observation period increased from 53.3% in 2008 to 68.2% in 2016, which also testifies to a negative tendency to increase in the rate of children falling ill more than 4 times during 1 year, and the low resistance of the body to acute viral infections.

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