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Gender and Age Characteristics of Mortality from Diseases of the Circulatory System of the Moscow region. Data 2016 year

  • Glezer M.
Дата публикации:01.01.2018
Журнал: Kardiologiya
БД: Scopus
Ссылка: Scopus


© 2018 Media Sphera Publishing Group.All rights reserved.  Contribution of diseases of the circulatory system to total mortality of the population remains high. Therefore it is necessary to study factors with most substantial impact on regional morbidity and mortality for elaboration of targeted programs of preventive measures aimed at definite population groups. Purpose of this study was to perform analysis of differences of mortality from cardiovascular diseases (VVD) of Moscow region inhabitants of various gender and age. Materials and methods. Data on 2016 mortality of Federal Service of State Statistics (Rosstat) and territorial service of state statistics of the Moscow Region were used in this analysis. Analysis was conducted for men and women divided in age groups ≤50, 50-59, 60-69, and ≥50 years. Diseases were classified in accordance with 10 th Revision of International Statistical Classification of Diseases (ICD10). Results. Population of the Moscow Region territory on January 1, 2016, amounted 7 318 647 (men 46.2, women 53.8%, persons of working age 58.9%). Contribution in the mortality structure of chronic ischemic heart disease (IHD) and cerebro-vascular diseases in women was greater than in men (80 vs. 68%, respectively, р<0.0001). Contribution of acute IHD, IHD unrelated heart diseases, and vascular diseases in men was significantly greater than in women (30 vs. 18%, respectively, р<0.0001). In the age group over working age mortality indexes were substantially higher compared with those in working age. In men these indexes became 10-20 times while in women - 30-130 times higher. Conclusion. Despite positive dynamics of mortality from diseases of the circulatory system (45.3% lowering from 2008 to 2016) it is necessary to strengthen efforts directed to correction risk factors of IHD and implementation of timely diagnostics and correction of IHD unrelated diseases.

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