Overall mortality in the Republic of Tatarstan in 2002–2007. Results of prospective cohort researches
Kamalov G. М., Shakirova R. М., Galiavich A. S.
Keywords: predictors of overall mortality, Republic of Tatarstan, cardiovascular diseases, mortality, epidemiology
Relevance. CVD mortality remains high worldwide. In the Russian Federation, cardiovascular diseases cause not less than 50 % of all deaths. Objective. Assess overall mortality in rural and municipal settlements of the Republic of Tatarstan in 2002–2007. Reveal predictors of overall mortality. Materials and methods. Examination of respondents was carried out in 2002. CVDs were diagnosed, and RFs were assessed. Repeated examination took place in 2007. Total number of respondents was 2,353 persons. Results. Overall mortality in the Republic of Tatarstan in 2002-2007 made 5.33 %. In the structure of mortality, CVDs made 66.67 %. Cardiovascular diseases cause 68.5 % deaths in women and 64.93 % deaths in men, and are well ahead of all other causes, e.g. cancer, injuries, poisoning, and suicide. Among cardiovascular causes of death in male, CHD and MI prevail, stroke is most common in women. Besides age and sex, DM, CHF, as well as poor education and lack of employment, are main predictors of overall mortality.
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