What are the current findings of an epidemiologist? In Banskobistricky region are again better. Check it out in numbers!
Epidemiologists of the Regional Public Health Authority (RUVZ)
in Banska Bystrica, which collects data from the entire Banskobistricky kraj,
recorded an increase of nearly 11 percent in the past week
acute respiratory disease (ARO). Spokesperson informed
Bistrik RUVZ Maria Tolnaiova.
"From these diseases to flu and similar diseases
(CHPO) increased by almost 12 percent over the past week
more cases. Compared to the same period last year this year
incidence of ARO increased by 11 percent and CHPO by as much as 85 percent "
Tolnai said in words that the disease data in Banskobistricky
RWD provided 62 percent of doctors and adolescents and 47 percent
general adult practice in the region. Doctors in this
the region did not record any case of severe acute respiratory stress
(SARI) or other serious illnesses that occur on a daily basis
registered in EPIS.
"In the 46th calendar week, he recorded a busy RVVZ
in the region of Banskobistricky 4831 patients with ARO, which represents morbidity
Nearly 1430 people per 100 thousand inhabitants in the brigade of the doctor
reporting this week. There were flu and similar diseases
in 379 cases, which is a disease of more than 112 people per 100 thousand
residents in the brigade of doctors who report it
week " spokeswoman continued.
"The largest number of ARO patients is in Lucenec, Zvolen,
Banska Bistrica and Revuca. Flu and similar diseases are the most
are happening in the districts of Lučenec, Poltar, Banska Bistrica and Banska Štiavnica.
Regarding age, both ARO and CHPO were most affected by the age group
economically active population, elementary school students and the smallest
children aged 0 to 5 years. The lowest incidence of these diseases is
this time between the elderly, "Tolnai said.
As the speaker added, compared to the 45th calendar week a little
The number of complications from acute respiratory illness is reduced. inflammatory
diseases of the upper respiratory tract, as well as flu are complicated by inflammation
cavities (49 cases), middle ear infections (19) and 13 cases