Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Tendency in morbidity and primary disability among adult population of the Saratov region due to diseases of endocrine system, eating and metabolic disorders

Year: 2020, volume 16 Issue: №2 Pages: 511-514
Heading: public health Article type: Original article
Authors: Ponomarev A.D., Sazanova G.Yu.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University

Objective: To analyze the tendency in morbidity and primary disability of adult population in the Saratov region due to endocrine system diseases, eating disorders and metabolic disorders. Material and Methods: Using analytical and statistical research methods, the official data on morbidity and disability levels of adult population in Saratov region for 2009-2018 was processed. Results: During the study period in the Saratov region there was an increase in primary and general endocrine system morbidity, eating disorders and metabolic disorders by 25.7 and 7.2%, a similar situation was recorded in the Russian Federation and Volga Federal District (by 41.8 and 25.7%); by 41.5 and 31.8%, respectively), the annual increase in the above class of diseases was 5±2.2%; the level of total endocrine system diseases, eating disorders and metabolic disorders among the adult population of the region is 14 and 20% higher than in the Volga Federal District and the Russian Federation, respectively. Conclusion: The data obtained during the study indicate a high level and steady growth of primary and general morbidity of endocrine system diseases, eating disorders and metabolic disorders in the Saratov region, which makes it urgent to conduct a study on the organization of medical care for patients with diseases of endocrine system.

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