What are the current findings of epidemiologists? In the Banskobystrický region they are again sicker. Check it out in figures!
Epidemiologists of the Regional Public Health Authority (RÚVZ)
in Banská Bystrica, which collects data from the entire Banskobystrický region,
has grown almost 11% in the past week
acute respiratory diseases (ARO). The spokesman informed her
Bystrický RÚVZ Mária Tolnayová.
"From these diseases to flu and its similar illnesses
(CHPO) increased by almost 12% over the past week
more cases. Compared to the same period last year is this year
the incidence of AROs increased by 11% and COPD by up to 85%, "
Tolnay said with the words that the data about the disease in Banskobystrický
RVO provided 62% of doctors and adolescents and 47%
adult general practitioners in the region. Doctors in this
the region did not experience any severe acute respiratory distress
(SARI) or other serious illnesses that occur on a daily basis
registered in the EPIS system.
"In the 46th calendar week, he had a busy RÚVZ
in the Banskobystrický region 4831 patients with ARO, which represents morbidity
nearly 1430 people per 100,000 residents in the care of doctors
reporting this week. There have been flu and similar diseases
in 379 cases, representing a disease greater than 112 persons per 100 thousand
residents in the care of doctors who report in this situation
week " the spokesman continued.
"The largest number of ARO patients is in the Lučenec, Zvolen,
Banská Bystrica and Revúca. Influenza and similar diseases are the most
are located in the districts of Lučenec, Poltár, Banská Bystrica and Banská Štiavnica.
As for age, both ARO and CHPO are the most affected by the age group
the economically active population, the elementary and the smallest pupils
children aged between 0 and 5 years. The smallest incidence of these diseases is
this time between seniors, "said Tolnay.
As the speaker added, compared to the 45th calendar week
the number of acute respiratory diseases has decreased. inflammatory
upper respiratory tract diseases as well as influenza were complicated by inflammation
cavity (49 cases), inflammation of the middle ear (19) and in 13 cases