Socio-hygienic assessment of the incidence rate among various strata of the population-based on the materials of appeals and in-depth medical examinations
Keywords:epidemiology, health improvement, health, morbidity, prevention
One of the main indicators for assessing the state of health is the incidence of the population. In recent years, an integrated approach to the study of morbidity has been widely used to assess the state of health. In this regard, the incidence is studied not only by classes and nosological forms of diseases, the severity of the course, complications, and concomitant diseases but also by specific social and hygienic conditions of work and life, lifestyle, regional, and other features that contribute to the formation of the most common types pathology among the population.
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