What are the top ten leading causes of morbidity and mortality in infants in the Philippines in2009?
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Answer . According to the Department of Health of the Philippines, the top ten leading causes of morbidity in the country in 2005 and 2006 were:. acute lower respiratory tract infection and pneumonia . diarrhea . bronchitis and bronchiolitis . hypertension . influenza . TB respiratory . …diseases of the heart . acute febrile illness . malaria . dengue fever. . (MORE)
1) Heart disease . 2) Cancer . 3) Strokes . 4) Chronic lung disease . 5) Accidents/Unintentional Injuries . 6) Diabetes . 7) Alzheimer's Disease . 8) Pneumonia/Influenza . 9) Kidney Disease . 10) Septicemia
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What are the top 10 leading causes of morbidity and mortality in infants in the Philippines in 2008?
I can't find the answer for the year 2007, but here's the statistics taken from DOH for the year 2003.... Mortality . 1. Heart Diseases. 2. Vascular System Diseases. 3. Malignant Neoplasm. 4. Accidents. 5. Pneumonia. 6. Tuberculosis, all forms. 7. Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical, lab…oratory findings. 8. Chronic lower respiratory diseases. 9. Diabetes Mellitus. 10. Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period. Morbidity . 1. Acute lower Respiratory Tract Infections and Pneumonia. 2. Diarrheas. 3. Bronchitis / Bronchiolitis. 4. Influenza. 5. Hypertension. 6. TB respiratory. 7. Heart Diseases. 8. Malaria. 9. Chickenpox. 10. Measles (MORE)
from the Philippines Government >> http://www.doh.gov.ph/kp/statistics/morbidity Summary: 2004 Survey 1. Acute Lower Respiratory Tract Infection (RTI) and Pneumonia 2. Bronchitis/ Bronchiolitis 3. Acute Watery Diarrhea 4. Influenza 5. Hypertension 6. Tuberculosis/ Respiratory 7.… Chickenpox 8. Diseases of the Heart 9. Malaria 10. Dengue Fever (MORE)
These are a few of the morbidity causes in the U.S. However, I don't believe in statistics because they are not usually correct. All listed below are much higher in percentage. . Health Care System!!!!! . Heart Attack 13% . Stroke 5% . Cancer 80% . Accidents 0% . Diabetes 3.0% . Kidney Diseas…e 20% . Suicide 0% . Liver Disease 10% . High Blood Pressure .10% . Homicide 45% . Smoking . Dreaming . Sleeping newtest3 (MORE)
According to the National Center for Health Statistics: Heart, Cancer, Stroke, Lower respiratory disease, Accidents, Diabetes, Alzheimers, Influenza and Pneumonia, Kidney disease and at number ten Septicemia or infections.
"COLOR: ; -COLOR: #">Leading causes of mortality and morbidity ===. As in the past, most of the leading causes of morbidity are communicable diseases, including diarrhoea, bronchitis, pneumonia, influenza, tuberculosis, malaria, chickenpox and measles. In 2005 , dengue, diseases of the… heart and hypertension were also among the leading causes of morbidity . Deaths, on the other hand, are mainly due to noncommunicable diseases, the eight leading causes of mortality being diseases of the heart, stroke, cancer, accidents, pneumonia, tuberculosis, diabetes mellitus and chronic lower respiratory diseases. The majority of these diseases are linked to common, preventable, lifestyle-related risk factors that include tobacco use, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity. Cases of acute watery diarrhoea are widespread in all areas of the country, while acute bloody diarrhoea is common in selected regions, like the Cordillera Autonomous Region in the northern part of Luzon. Cholera showed a marked increase in 2005 and was common in the two Regions of Mindanao and the Ilocos Region in Luzon where the cholera outbreak of 2004 occurred. Leptospirosis continues to be constantly reported, the highest incidence being in agricultural areas of the country and in Metro Manila, where flooding is frequent. Outbreaks of viral encephalitis and meningococcemia are still sporadic in a few areas of the country. Rabies has a saw-tooth decreasing trend, though incidence has increased compared with 2004 . (MORE)
The ten leading causes of infant deaths in the Philippines in 2003 were:. pneumonia . bacterial sepsis of new born . congenital malformations of the heart . diarrhea and gastroenteritis of presumed infectious origin . congenital pneumonia . other congenital malformations . respiratory distr…ess of newborn . neonatal aspiration syndrome . disorders related to short gestation and low birth weight not elsewhere classified . other perinatal conditions. (MORE)
1. Cancer. 2. Diabetes. 3. Liver Cirrhosis. 4. COPD. 5. Osteoarthritis. 6. Convulsion. 7. Cardiovascular. 8. Stroke. 9. Cerebral Thrombosis. 10. Acute Hemorrhagic Pancreatitis
10 leading causes of morbidity 2007. 1. Pneumonias. 931.1. 881.7. 734,581. 924.0. 2. Diarrheas. 881.1. 842.7. 726,310. 913.6. 3. Bronchitis/Bronchiolitis. 748.1. 798.8. 629,968. 792.4. 4. Influenza. 565.9. 622.7. 484,388. 609.3. 5. Hypertension. 339.8. 427.3. 304,690. 383.2.… 6. TB Respiratory. 161.0. 113.6. 114,221. 143.7. 7. Diseases of the Heart. 58.2. 67.0. 52,237. 65.7. 8. Malaria. 53.5. 42.6. 39,994. 50.3. 9. Chickenpox. 33.8. 35.6. 28,600. 36.0. 10. Measles. (MORE)
In the USA, the top three are, in this order: Smoking, Poor diet/exercise, alcohol, .....
Ten leading causes of morbidity . Philippines, 2006 . 1. ALRI and Pneumonia 670,231 828.8. 2. Acute Watery Diarrhea 572,259 707.7. 3. Bronchitis/Bronchiolitis 538,990 689.9. 4. Hypertension 408,460 522.8. 5. Influenza 339,881 435.0. 6. TB Respiratory 132,725 169.9. 7. Diseases of the Heart …38,482 49.3. 8. Acute Febrile Illness 25,400 32.5. 9. Malaria 22,284 27.6. 10. Dengue Fever 15,279 19.6 (MORE)
10 leading causes of mortality in the Philippines in the year 2005 to 2008? 10 leading causes of mortality in the Philippines in the year 2005 to 2008?
You can refer to the new PHN book (Public Health NUrsing in the Philippines). The white one. I think PHN book is complete..all causes of morbidity and mortality in the Philippines
The top ten leading causes of mortality in the Philippines in 2004 were: . diseases of the heart . diseases of the vascular system . malignant neoplasm . accidents . pneumonia . tuberculosis, all forms . ill-defined and unknown causes of mortality . chronic lower respiratory diseases . d…iabetes mellitus . certain conditions originating in the perinatal period. . (MORE)
Top 10 LEADING CAUSES OF Morbidity and Mortality for the year 2007:. MORBIDITY. 1. Diarrheas. 2. Bronchitis. 3. Pneumonias. 4. Influenza. 5. Hypertension. 6. TB respiratory. 7. Diseases of the heart. 8. Malaria. 9. Measles. 10. Chicken pox. MORTALITY. 1. Diseases of the heart. 2. Pneum…onias. 3. Accidents. 4. Benign cancer. 5. Pulmonary tuberculosis (all forms). 6. Renal Failure. 7. Diabetes mellitus. 8. Asthma. 9. Peptic ulcer. 10. Liver-serosis (MORE)
Leading causes of mortality and morbidity differ between the sexes e.g. death rates from respiratory related cancer is higher in males compared to females. However, a combined list ranking all causes would look like this: Mortality: Heart Disease(including heart attacks) Stroke (Cerebrovascu…lar disease) Respiratory related cancer Dementia (including Alzheimers disease) Breast Cancer (MORE)
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you are -------------- 'acute respiratory infection': as of the 2009 reference year;1203.0 per million. . Please see the link.
The top ten causes of mortality and morbidity in the U.S. have beenfairly consistent for several years. Those causes are heartdisease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory diseases such asemphysema, stroke, accidents, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, fluand pneumonia, kidney disease, and suicide.
Diarrhea is a major health problem in the Philippines that leads tosevere dehydration. Unclean food and water leads to diarrhea andends up causing severe malnutrition and a major loss of bodyfluids.?Ã¦
The latest causes of morbidity in the Philippines is acuterespiratory infection, bronchitis, hypertension, acute waterydiarrhea, and influenza. The latest causes of mortality in thePhilippines is heart disease, cancer, pneumonia, and accidents.
Philippines, 2005 1. Bacterial sepsis of newborn. 2. Respiratory distress of newborn 3. Pneumonia 4. Disorders related to short gestation and low birth weight, not elsewhere classified 5. Congenital Pneumonia 6. Congenital malformation of the heart. 8. Other congenital malformation. …9. Intrauterine hypoxia and birth asphyxia 10.Diarrhea and gastro-enterities of presumed infectious origin (MORE)
There are many things that cause maternal and infant mortality. Themost common reason is that women do not get proper care whilepregnant.
These would change every year. The overall hope is to educatepeople about the causes and then they will be able to learn how toavoid them.
The top 10 causes of death in Thailand are cancer, ischemic heartdisease, stroke, lower respiratory infections, HIV, chronicobstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, road accidents, chronickidney disease, and cirrhosis. Road accidents are the onlynon-medical illness or condition on the list.
1. Diseases of the Heart 2. Diseases of the Vascular system 3. Malignant Neoplasm 4. Pneumonia 5. Accidents 6. Tuberculosis, all forms 7. Chronic lower respiratory diseases 8.Diabetes Mellitus 9. Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period 10. Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis
Mortality. 1. Heart Diseases. 2. Vascular System Diseases. 3. Malignant Neoplasm. 4. Accidents. 5. Pneumonia. 6. Tuberculosis, all forms. 7. Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical, laboratyr findings. 8. Chronic lower respiratory diseases. 9. Diabetes Mellitus. 10. Certain conditions origin…ating in the perinatal period (MORE)
MORBIDITY 1. Diarrheas 2. Bronchitis 3. Pneumonias 4. Influenza 5. Hypertension 6. TB respiratory 7. Diseases of the heart 8. Malaria 9. Measles 10. Chicken pox MORTALITY 1. Diseases of the heart 2. Pneumonias 3. Accidents 4. Benign cancer 5. Pulmonary tuberculosis (all forms) 6. Renal Failure 7. Di…abetes mellitus 8. Asthma 9. Peptic ulcer 10. Liver-serosis (MORE)
The ten leading causes of mortality and morbidity in the CordilleraRegion include cardiovascular diseases, pneumonia, cancer,accident, and peptic ulcer. It also includes TB, influenza,bronchitis, acute respiratory infection, and diarrhea.
The leading cause of maternal morbidity in the Philippines iscomplications during labor and delivery. The second leading causeis hypertension.
1. Heart Diseases. 2. Vascular System Diseases. 3. Malignant Neoplasm. 4. Accidents**. 5. Pneumonia. 6. Tuberculosis, all forms. 7. Ill-defined and unknown causes of mortality. 8. Chronic lower respiratory diseases. 9. Diabetes Mellitus. 10. Certain conditions originating in the perinatal p…eriod. (MORE)
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Obstructive fistula is prevalent in developing countries andaccounts for 8 percent of maternal morbidity. Infections especiallymalaria is the leading cause of maternal morbidity in tropicalcountries. Other causes of maternal mortality and morbidity arehigh blood pressure and hemorrhage.
It is ranked in sixth place. The following is the top ten list: 1. Acute Lower Respiratory Tract Infection (RTI) and Pneumonia 2. Bronchitis/ Bronchiolitis 3. Acute Watery Diarrhea 4. Influenza 5. Hypertension 6. Tuberculosis/ Respiratory 7. Chickenpox 8. Diseases of the Heart 9. Ma…laria 10. Dengue Fever (MORE)
What are the top 10 leading causes of morbidity and mortality in infants in the Philippines in 2005?
The top ten infant mortality causes in 2005 are: bacterial sepsisof newborn, respiratory distress of newborn, pneumonia, disordersrelated to short gestation and low birth weight, not elsewhereclassified, congenital Pneumonia, congenital malformation of theheart, neonatal aspiration syndrome, other c…ongenital malformation,intrauterine hypoxia and birth asphyxia, and diarrhea andgastro-enteritis of presumed infectious origin. The 2005 PhilippineDepartment of Health report for the top ten morbidity causes areranked including all ages which are the: ALRI and pneumonia,bronchitis/bronchiolitis, acute watery diarrhea, influenza,hypertension, TB respiratory, diseases of the heart, malaria,chicken pox, and dengue fever. (MORE)
Malnutrition and disease are the leading causes of infant mortalityin Nigeria. These conditions are the result of poverty and lack ofaccess to needed care.
The 5 biggest killers of infants in the Philippines are:1. Bacteria2. Respiratory distress of the infant3. Pneumonia4. Disorders related to short gestation (premature birth)5. congential pneumonia
what are the ten leading causes of mortality in the Philippines as of 2009? 1. Heart Diseases 2.Vascular System Diseases 3. Cancer (lung cancer, breast cancer, cancer of the cervix) 4.Road Accidents 5.Pneumonia 6.Tuberculosis 7.Dengue Fever 8. Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases 9.… Diabetes Mellitus 10.Perinatal Conditions (MORE)
Lower respiratory infections 2.94 11.2 Coronary heart disease 2.47 9.4 Diarrhoeal diseases 1.81 6.9 HIV/AIDS 1.51 5.7 Stroke and other cerebrovascular diseases 1.48 5.6 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 0.94 3.6 Tuberculosis 0.91 3.5 Neonatal infections 0.90 3.4 Malaria 0.86 3.3 Prematurity and …low birth weight 0.84 3.2 (MORE)
Philippines leading causes of morbidity & mortality in the year 2007: Diarrhea Bronchitis Pneumonia Influenza Hypertension Tuberculosis Malaria Heart diseases Cancer Accidents Tuberculosis Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other respiratory diseases Diabetes and Kidney diseases. reference… : http://www.pfizer.com.ph/corporate/news/nih.html 00 (MORE)
The most common causes of infant mortality rate in Fiji is poverty.Many women in poverty get pregnant under absolute povertyconditions. Being born into this environment increases thelikelihood that a new born baby will not survive.
MORTALITY: TEN LEADING (10) LEADING CAUSES Number and rate/100,000 Population Philippines 5-Year Average (2000-2004) & 2005 Cause 5 Year Average (2000-2004) 2005* Number Rate No. Rate 1. Diseases of the Heart 66,412 83.3 77,060 90.4 2. Diseases of the Vascular s…ystem 50,886 63.9 54,372 63.8 3. Malignant Neoplasm 38,578 48.4 41,697 48.9 4. Pneumonia 32,989 41.4 36,510 42.8 5. Accidents 33,455 42.0 33,327 39.1 6. Tuberculosis, all forms 27,211 34.2 26,588 31.2 7. Chronic lower respiratory diseases 18,015 22.6 20,951 24.6 8.Diabetes Mellitus 13,584 17.0 18,441 21.6 9. Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period 14,477 18.2 12,368 14.5 10. Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis 9.166 11.5 11,056 3.6 . Note: Excludes ill-defined and unknown causes of mortality (R00-R99) n=23,235 * reference year ** External Causes of Mortality . Last Update: June 29, 2009 (MORE)
The maternal mortality rate in the Philippines stands at 221mothers per 100,000 births. In line with the millennium developmentgoals, the country plans to reduce maternal mortality rate. Themost common pregnancy morbidity includes postpartum anemia, fistulaand breast conditions.
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According to the World Health Organization, the top 10 leadingcauses of morbidity include hypertensive heart disease, lungcancer, ischemic heart disease, road injury, diabetes, andrespiratory infections. It also includes diarrheal diseases, HIV,COPD, and stroke.
What are the top ten leading causes of morbidity and mortality in the Philippines for the year 2010?
According to Wikipilipinas, the top 10 leading causes of morbidity and mortality in 2010 were: Heart disease Stroke Cancer Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases Road accidents and injuries Diabetes Dengue fever Maternal deaths Kidney failure Perinatal conditions
The leading causes of infant mortality in Sierra Leone are tetanus, fevers, measles and diarrhoea.