The Siberian Scientific Medical Journal
 
 
№ 5 / 2017 / 85-90

FREQUENCY OF RISK FACTORS AND EARLY SIGNS OF CHRONIC NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES DEVELOPMENT AMONG THE KRASNOYARSK REGION POPULATION BASED ON THE HEALTH ASSESSMENT RESULTS FOR 2014–2015

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Abstract

Results of 2014–2015 health assessment of the Krasnoyarsk Region adult population through analysis of report forms No. 131/0 and survey data were studied to define the frequency of risk factors for and signs of chronic non-communicable diseases (CNCDs) development. The frequency of pathological disturbances detected at every stage and using every method of examination was assessed based on the share of the citizens subject to risk factors or having early signs of CNCDs development or having CNCDs in the number of the citizens that underwent the health assessment. The predominant risk factors are improper food (23.0 %), smoking (15.3 %), low physical activity (14.7 %), over weight (11.2 %). Endocrine diseases occupy the first place in the list of the diseases that were first diagnosed during the health assessment and circulatory system diseases are at the second place. Advanced personal consultations on prevention were provided to 95.2 % of those that needed such consultations and group consultations were provided to 84.4 %. Health condition groups were defined based on the health assessment results.

Key words

clinical examination, risk factors, chronic noncommunicable diseases, frequency of detecting pathological disturbances, preventive counseling
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About Authors (Correspondence):

Rossieva T.V. – candidate of medical sciences, physician methodologist, e-mail: rossievatv@gmail.com

Full Text

Received: 29/10/2017
Accepted: 29/10/2017