THE ROLE AND PLACE IN THE STRUCTURE OF MORBIDITY OF RESPIRATORY DISEASES AND DYNAMICS OF MORBIDITY FROM CHRONIC BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA FOR 2002 -2010 YEARS FOR EXAMPLE TURSUNZODA, FAIZABAD AND SARBAND AREAS IN TAJIKISTAN
Yakubov M.R., MuradovA.M., Khamrokulov A.A.
The department of efferent Medicine and intensive therapy TIPGPMP
The article presents the analysis of population morbidity chronic bronchitis and asthma for the period from 2002 to 2010, on the examples of Tursunzade, Sarband and Faizabad districts of the Republic of Tajikistan. The results of these studies suggest that respiratory diseases occupy the first rank place of uptake of the adult population for medical help. In the dynamics of increase in incidence of respiratory diseases for 6 years has decreased by 24%. For the period from 2002 to 2010, the proportion of hospitalized children under 14 years of age increased from 26% to 67% of the total number of cases of appeals regarding the pneumonia. Despite declining in-hospital mortality of children under 14 years of age, they exceed 2 times mortality among the adult population. Levels of primary and total prevalence of chronic bronchitis in the Republic for 11 years grew 1.3 and 3 times respectively. On bronchial asthma in the country in General there is a tendency to reduce the level of primary and total morbidity, which testifies to Associa this disease, poor availability of medical care, as well as low material and social status of patients.
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