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Main arrow Archive of previous Issues arrow №3 2016 (49) arrow DYNAMICS OF TB-HIV MORTALITY IN KHANTY-MANSI AUTONOMOUS AREA – YUGRA IN LATE XX AND EARLY XXI CENTURIES
DYNAMICS OF TB-HIV MORTALITY IN KHANTY-MANSI AUTONOMOUS AREA – YUGRA IN LATE XX AND EARLY XXI CENTURIES Print
Thursday, 30 June 2016

DOI: 10.21045/2071-5021-2016-49-3-8

A.V. Vladimirov
Khanty-Mansijsk TB Hospital, Khanty Mansijsk

Contacts: Aleksandr V. Vladimirov, e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Abstract

High prevalence of TB-HIV co-infection principally changes epidemiologic situation dramatically affecting levels and structure of infectious mortality.

Purpose: to study mortality dynamics from TB and HIV in Khanty-Mansi autonomous area - Yugra in late XX and early XXI centuries.

Methods and data: data of the Federal State Statistics Service on population mortality in Khanty-Mansijsk autonomous area (standardized rate per 100,000 population) from TB, HIV and infectious diseases in 1996-2014 as well as population number by age and sex.

Results. In 1996-2014, average rates of TB mortality in both males and females in Khanty-Mansijsk autonomous area - Yugra moved to older ages reaching their maximum in age group over 55 years. Dynamics of HIV mortality in early XXI century suggests its unprecedented growth in ages 20-34 and 35-44 years (up to 34.9 and 61.7 per 100,000) conditioned by mortality growth in patients with TB and HIV co-infection. At late XX century and early XXI century in children 0-14 years and adolescents 15-19 years deaths from TB and HIV were sporadic. Within the same period in older age groups (over 45) we observed annual reduction in mortality from TB at the background of low HIV mortality. To reduce HIV mortality it is necessary to introduce comprehensive organizational measures that require a close cooperation between TB services and the AIDS Center.

Keywords: mortality; TB; HIV; TB-HIV co-infection.

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Comments (3)
1. 24-07-2016 20:59
Хорошая статья! Было бы ещё интересно сравнить тренды смертности от ВИЧ и заболеваемости
Written by Сергей Пушин (Guest)
2. 05-07-2016 20:46
Очень актуальная статья, хорошо выполнены диаграммы. Давно пора взяться за СПИД, и начинать нужно с анализа смертности. Удачи автору!!!
Written by С.К. Трофимов (Guest)
3. 03-07-2016 04:32
С удовольствием ознакомилась со статьей. По опыту знаю, что проблема туберкулеза сегодня неотъемлема по ВИЧ-инфекции. Статья - одна из первых попыток систематически связать эти две инфекции.
Written by Ирина Соболевкая ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ) (Guest)

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