Analysis of territorial and age features of morbidity and availability of medical care [Análisis de las características territoriales y de edad de la morbilidad y la disponibilidad de atención médica]

The growing incidence and prevalence of chronic diseases and the negative demographic situation in the Russian Federation determine the relevance of an in-depth study of the processes that cause negative trends in regional morbidity, the development of organizational and methodological measures and technologies to improve the quality of health care and increase the average life expectancy. The objective is to study the influence of the age factor and the availability of medical care on the changes in the morbidity of the urban population of the Republic of Tatarstan. We applied modern research methods such as bibliographic (content analysis), comparative, analytical, descriptive statistics, correlation analysis, time series analysis, and assessing the significance of differences with p <0.05. The research material was data of Rosstat for 2006–2018. An absolute increase in the population in densely populated areas was established due to an increase in the number of children 0-14 years old and older persons. The availability of outpatient facilities and doctors and the increase in the number of primary healthcare cases contribute to an increase in the prevalence and incidence. A decrease in the proportion of people of working age leads to a dynamic growth in the proportion of people over 65 in the region. © 2021, Venezuelan Society of Pharmacology and Clinical and Therapeutic Pharmacology. All rights reserved.

Kamalova F.M.1 , Sharapova O.V.2 , Gerasimova L.I. 2 , Kicha D.I. 3 , Rukodaynyy O.V. 3 , Goloshchapov-Aksenov R.S. 3 , Khalfiev I.N.4 , Ivanova M.K.5 , Fomina R.V.6 , Usmanova I.N.7
Venezuelan Society of Pharmacology and Clinical and Therapeutic Pharmacology
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  • 1 FSBEI HE Kazan State Medical University, Ministry of Health of Russia, Butlerova St., 49, Kazan, 420012, Russian Federation
  • 2 Moscow Municipal Budgetary Healthcare Institution, “V.V. Vinogradov City Clinical Hospital”, Moscow Healthcare Department, 61, bld. 2, Vavilova St., Moscow, 117292, Russian Federation
  • 3 Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education “Russian Peoples’ Friendship University”, Ministry of Education of Russia, Miklukho-Maklaya Str. 6, Moscow, 117198, Russian Federation
  • 4 Republican Center for Public Health and Medical Prevention, Sary Sadykovoy Str., 16, Kazan, 420021, Russian Federation
  • 5 Izhevsk State Medical Academy, Kommunarov Str., 281, Izhevsk, 426034, Russian Federation
  • 6 Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “I.N. Ulyanov Chuvash State University”, Department of Medicine, Department ofinstrumental diagnostics with a course of phthisiology, Moskovsky Ave., 45, Cheboksary, 428017, Russian Federation
  • 7 Bashkir State Medical University, Lenina Str. 3, Ufa, Russian Federation
Age; Age groups; Availability; Incidence; Morbidity; Territorial settlement systems; Timeseries
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