2. Health status of the population

In the section there is information of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Rospotrebnadzor and Rosstat on the morbidity of the population by main classes, groups and certain types of diseases, the condition of urban and rural population, as well as individual Population groups – women, men and children. The information of Ministry of Labor of Russia and Pension Fund of the Russian Federation on Disability of the population is presented.

The disease incidence (morbidity) of population is characterized by the number of cases of diseases identified (or taken under dispensary supervision) during the year when applying to medical and prophylactic organizations or during preventive examination. Primary disease incidence is recorded when a patient is diagnosed for the first time in his life. The total population disease incidence is characterized by the total number of cases reported during the year. Patients who are diagnosed for the first time and repeated (repeated) treatment of the disease are taken into account.

The International Statistical Classification of Diseases and health-related problems (X revision of who 1989) has been applied to statistically develop data on population morbidity since 1999.

Patient population includes the totality of all persons suffering from this disease who have applied to the medical organization both in the current and in previous years.

In accordance with the order of the Ministry of Russia from 27.12.2011 № 1687 n “on medical criteria of birth, the form of the birth document and the order of its issuance” in 2012, the procedure for collecting information on abortion to 22 weeks (instead of 28 weeks) was introduced.

The total number of interruptions in pregnancy (abortion) includes mini-abortions, i.e. early abortions by vacuum aspiration.

The National Immunization calendar (scheme of scheduled vaccinations
in Russia within the prescribed time frame) provides for vaccination against seven major ­infectious­ diseases: Tuberculosis, polio, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, mea­sles, mumps, six of which (against tuberculosis, polio, per­tussis, diph­theria, tetanus, measles) under the federal Law of the Russian Federation of March 30, 1999 № 52-F3 ” On the sanitary and epidemiol­ogical well-being of the population “are obligatory. In accordance with the national immunization calendar the age of initial vaccination (vaccination) and repeated vaccinations (revaccination) is established.

Prophylactic vaccinations  is introduction of medical immunobiological drugs into the human body to create a specific immunity to infectious diseases.

Disability means a violation of health with a persistent disorder of the body’s functions, caused by diseases, consequences of traumas or defects, leading to the restriction of human life and causing the need for its social protection.

Primary disability is the establishment of disability for the first time in the reporting year. The International Statistical Classification of Diseases and health-related problems (X revision of who 1989) has been applied to statistically develop data on population morbidity since 1999.

The total number of persons with disabilities includes persons who are accountable and receive pensions in the pension fund system of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, the Federal Service Security of the Russian Federation, Federal Service of execution of Punishments of the Ministry of Justice of Russia.

Stationary organization of social services for citizens of the elderly and disabled persons is Medical and social organization, intended for permanent residence of elderly citizens and persons with disabilities who need care, household and medical Service.

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Population morbidity:

2.1. Population morbidity by main classes, groups and individual diseases

2.2. Causes of temporary disability in 2014-2016

2.3. Structure of total population morbidity

2.4. Morbidity of population by individual infectious and parasitic diseases

2.5. Morbidity of the population with active tuberculosis 

2.6. Morbidity of population with active tuberculosis by sex and age groups

2.7. Morbidity of the population by malignant neoplasms

2.8. Morbidity of population with malignant neoplasms by sex and age groups

2.9. Morbidity of population with malignant neoplasms by sex and localization of malignancy

2.10. Morbidity of the population with mainly sexually transmitted diseases, fungal, skin diseases and scabies

2.11. Population morbidity with syphilis and gonococcal infection

2.12. Morbidity of the population with sexually transmitted diseases by sex and age groups

2.13. Prevalence of human immunodeficiency virus

2.14. Population morbidity with mental disorders and behavioural disorders 

2.15. Patient population with mental disorders and behavioural disorders

2.16. Population morbidity with mental disorders and behavioural disorders associated with the use of psychoactive substances

2.17. Patient population with mental disorders and behavioral disorders connected with the administration of psychoactive substances

2.18. Population morbidity with alcoholism and alcohol psychosis

2.19. Population morbidity with drug addiction

2.20. Injuries, poisoning and some other consequences of external causes 

2.21. Food poisoning 

2.22. Structure of injuries, poisonings and some other effects of external causes in 2016

State of health of urban and rural population:

2.23. Morbidity of urban and rural residents with active tuberculosis

2.24. Morbidity of urban and rural population with malignant neoplasms

2.25. Morbidity of urban and rural populations mainly with sexually transmitted diseases

2.26. Population of patients with addiction to psychoactive substances among urban and rural population in 2016 

2.27. Morbidity of urban and rural population with individual infectious diseases (number of reported cases) 

2.28. Assessment of patients’ health themselves at the age of 15 years and more by age group in 2016

2.29. Assessment of patients’ health themselves at the age of 15 years and more in dependence with their place of living in 2016

Health status of women:

2.30. Individual disease morbidity of women

2.31. State of health of pregnant women, mothers and puerperas

2.32. Termination of pregnancy (abortion)

2.33. The number of interruptions in pregnancy (abortions) and the number of live births

2.34. Termination of pregnancy (abortion) by age group

2.35. Use of contraceptives

2.36. Surgical intervention in childbirth

State of health of children aged 0-14 years:

2.37. Newborn Health Status

2.38. Breast-feeding of children on the first year of live

2.39. Information about newborns by body weight at birth

2.40. Morbidity of children of the first year of life by major classes and groups of diseases 

2.41. Results of preventive examinations of children aged 0-14 years

2.42. Coverage of children in decreed age with preventive vaccinations 

2.43. Mortality of children aged 0-14 years by the main classes and groups of diseases

2.44. Morbidity of children aged 0-14 years by individual infectious diseases

2.45. Morbidity of children aged 0-14 years with active tuberculosis

2.46. Morbidity of children aged 0-14 years with malignant neoplasms 

2.47. Morbidity of children aged 0-14 years with mainly sexually transmitted diseases

2.48. Morbidity of children aged 0-14 years with mental disorders and behavioral disorders

2.49. Groups of children aged 0-14 years with mental disorders and behavioral disorders by the end of the year

2.50. Population morbidity with mental disorders and behavioural disorders associated with the use of psychoactive substances

2.51. Groups of children at the age of 0-14 years with mental disorders and behavioral disorders connected with the administration of psychoactive substances (end-of-year)

2.52. Trauma, poisoning and some other effects of external causes in children aged 0-17 years

2.53. Assessment of children’s health at the age of 0-14 years and more by their parents in dependence with their place of living in 2016

2.54. Assessment of children’s health at the age of 0-14 years and more by their parents in dependence with their place of living in 2016

2.55. Mortality of children aged 15-17 years by the main classes and groups of diseases

2.56. Morbidity of children aged 15-17 years with active tuberculosis

2.57. Morbidity of children aged 15-17 years with mainly sexually transmitted diseases

2.58. Morbidity of children aged 15-17 years with mental disorders and behavioral disorders

2.59. Groups of children aged 15-17 years with mental and behavioral disorders (end-year)

2.60. Population morbidity among children at the age of 15-17 with mental disorders and behavioral disorders associated with the use of psychoactive substances

2.61. Groups of children at the age of 15-17 years with mental disorders and behavioral disorders connected with the administration of psychoactive substances (end-of-year)

Disability of the population

2.62. Main indicators of the work of the Bureau of Medial and social expertise

2.63. Number of persons aged 18 years or more,  recognized as disabled for the
first time

2.64. Distribution of the number of persons aged 18 years or more, first recognized as disabled, for reasons of disability

2.65. Distribution of the number of disabled children aged 0-17 years by diseases caused the occurrence of disability

2.66. Total number of disabled persons, by disability group

2.67. Number of persons with disabilities

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