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Main arrow Archive of previous Issues arrow 6 2015 (46) arrow USING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES TO PERSONIFY VOLUMES OF CARE PROVIDED TO PATIENTS WITH INJURIES IN THE ASTRAKHAN MEDICAL AND GEOGRAPHIC REGION
USING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES TO PERSONIFY VOLUMES OF CARE PROVIDED TO PATIENTS WITH INJURIES IN THE ASTRAKHAN MEDICAL AND GEOGRAPHIC REGION Print
Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Grechukhin I.V.1 , Andreev M.K.1 , Akishkin V.G.2
1Astrakhan State Medical University, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Astrakhan
2Alexandro Mariinskaya Regional Clinical Hospital, Astrakhan

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Abstract. Significance. Traumatic injuries that are characterized by high incidence, disability and mortality constitute one of the priorities in population health. The current system of injury registration requires improving on the basis modern information technologies.

The purpose of the study is to substantiate and introduce an electronic personified registration system of injury and mortality from external causes.

Materials and methods. Injury incidence and prevalence were analyzed based on 2005-2013 statistics published by the Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics. Dynamics of the outpatient trauma care uptake for 998-2013 were studied. Mortality from external causes was analyzed on the basis of data published by the Federal State Statistics Service and reporting forms provided by the Astrakhan Oblast Bureau for Forensic Medical Investigation. Rates of increase (decrease) in intensive indicators were determined (as %).

Results. The study identified certain defects in the system of injury registration in the Astrakhan Region that are manifested in large variation in injury incidence and prevalence and unchanged rates for the last three years.

Instability of indicators of outpatient trauma care uptake was identified. According to data by the Bureau for Forensic Medical Investigation mortality from trauma and poisoning turned out to be higher compared to the official statistics. At the Regional Information Resource of the Regional Healthcare an electronic register of trauma patients was developed. Electronic database for personified registration of deaths from external causes was developed and introduced. This makes it possible to obtain higher quality objective statistics on injuries and its analysis in the Region.

Keywords: traumatic injuries, injury incidence, mortality, analysis, improvement, electronic personified registration.

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