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POBOL I POMOR OD OZLJEDA U PRIMORSKO-GORANSKOJ ŽUPANIJI U RAZDOBLJU OD 2004.-2013.

Barbara Vuković (2015)
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TitlePOBOL I POMOR OD OZLJEDA U PRIMORSKO-GORANSKOJ ŽUPANIJI U RAZDOBLJU OD 2004.-2013.
AuthorBarbara Vuković
Mentor(s)Vanja Vasiljev Marchesi (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Osnovni cilj ovog rada bio je prikazati pobol i pomor stanovništva od ozljeda,otrovanja i ostalih posljedica vanjskih uzroka (S00-T98, MKB-10) u Primorskogoranske županiji po spolu i dobi u razdoblju od 2004. do 2013. godine. Za podatke o pomoru i pobolu korišeni su podaci iz zdravstveno-statističkog ljetopisa Primorsko-goranske županije i podaci iz Hrvatskog zdravstveno-statističkog ljetopisa za Primorsko-goransku županiju za razdoblje od 2004. do 2013. godine. Dobno-standardizirane stope pobola i pomora stanovništva izračunate su na temelju podataka Državnog zavoda za statistiku Republike Hrvatske, ljetopisa Primorsko-goranske županije i Hrvatskog zdravstveno-statističkog ljetopisa. Stopa pomora od ozljeda,otrovanja i nekih drugih posljedica vanjskih uzroka (V01- Y98) u Primorsko-goranskoj županiji na 100.000 stanovnika u razdoblju od 2004.-2013. bilježi lagani trend pada. Najniža stopa pomora zabilježena je 2012. (49/100.000), a najviša 2005. godine (68/100.000). Od ozljeda umire više muškaraca, nego žena (2013. godine umrlo je 65% muškaraca). Najviše je umrlih u dobnoj skupini 60 i više. Nezgode pri prijevozu vodeći su uzrok smrti u djece i mladih, samoubojstva u osoba srednje dobi (40-59), a padovi u starijih osoba (60 i više). Stope pobola od ozljeda,otrovanja i nekih drugih posljedica vanjskih uzroka (V01-Y98) u Primorsko-goranskoj županiji na 100.000 stanovnika u razdoblju od 2004.-2013. povećavale su se do 2011. godine, a od tada idu silaznim trendom. Najniža stopa pobola zabilježena je 2007. (8.218/100.000), a najviša 2011. (13.451/100.000). Ozlijeđenih muškaraca je više nego žena (2011. ozlijeđeno 57% muškaraca). Najviše ozlijeđenih je u dobnoj skupini 20-64 godine. Iako je vidljiv napredak u prevenciji, ozljede još uvijek predstavljaju značajan javnozdravstveni problem.
Keywordsinjuries morbidity mortality
GranterSveučilište u Rijeci
Medicinski fakultet
Lower level organizational unitsKatedra za socijalnu medicinu i epidemiologiju
PlaceRijeka
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOMEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Public Health and Health Care
Epidemiology
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOMEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Public Health and Health Care
Social Medicine
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeStudy of Sanitary Engineering
Academic title abbreviationuniv. bacc. sanit. ing.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2015
Parallel abstract (English)
The main goal of this publication (study) was to present the morbidity and mortality rate of injuries, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes (S00-T98, ICD- 10) in Primorsko-goranska County by sex and age in the period from 2004th to 2013th. Mortality and morbidity data were collected from the health Statistical Yearbook of Primorsko-goranska County and from Croatian health Statistical Yearbook for Primorskogoranska County for the period from 2004. to 2013. Age-standardized rates of morbidity and mortality were calculated based on the data from Croatian Bureau of Statistics, yearbook of Primorsko-goranska County and Croatian health Statistical Yearbook. Mortality rate of injuries, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes (V01- Y98) in Primorsko-goranska County per 100,000 population in the period from 2004th to 2013th showed a slight downward trend. The lowest rate of mortality was recorded in 2012 (49 / 100,000) and the highest was in 2005 (68 / 100,000). Men die more from injuries than women. (in 2013 65% of men died). The majority of deaths were among people aged 60 and over. Accidents during transport are the leading cause of death among children and young adults, suicide among people of middle age (40-59), and falls among the elderly (60 and over). Morbidity rates of injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes (V01-Y98) in Primorsko-goranska County per 100,000 population in the period from 2004th to 2013th were increasing up to 2011, and since then they go downward trend. The lowest rate of morbidity was recorded in 2007 (8,218 / 100,000), and the highest 2011 (13,451 / 100,000). There is more injured men than women (2011 there was 57% of injured men). The most injuries were among people aged 20-64 years. Although, there is visible progress in the prevention of injury, they still represent a significant public health problem.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)ozljede pobol pomor
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:184:735343
CommitterBosa Licul