Patterns of mortality associated with non - communicable diseases in Vietnam from 2008 to 2016

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  • Hoang Thi Hai Van Hanoi Medical University
  • Adibase Wisdom Awine Hanoi Medical University
  • Pham Phuong Mai Hanoi Medical University
  • Le Minh Giang Hanoi Medical University
  • Dinh Linh Trang Hanoi Medical University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51403/0868-2836/2022/680

Từ khóa:

Mortality, non - communicable diseases, Vietnam

Tóm tắt

Non - communicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading causes of death and disability globally. In Vietnam, NCDs account for 77% of all deaths. The purpose of this systematic review is to describe the patterns of mortality associated with NCDs in Vietnam from 2006 to 2016. We included 25 studies that reported on health impacts especially on mortality NCDs in Vietnam. From 2008 to 2012, NCDs deaths decreased by 2% (75% vs 73%) and from 2012 to 2016, it increased by 4% (73% vs 77%). The probability of premature deaths of NCDs in 2010, 2012 and 2016 were at 17.5%, 17.4% and 17.0%, respectively. Though the mortality patterns seem to decline over the years, it is not significant enough to conclude, and the probability of dying prematurely is still very high in the country. The percentage of deaths for male was 26.4% (2008), 54.3% (2012), 23.0% (2016) higher than those for female 19.4% (2008), 30.0% (2012), 11.0% (2016). Worldwide, 41 millions people die from non-communicable diseases each year with 15 millions people die between 30 - 69. Cardiovascular diseases remained the main leading cause of NCDs deaths, cancer was the second leading cause of NCDs deaths and projected to increase further in subsequent reports.

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01-08-2022

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Van, H. T. H. ., Awine, A. W. ., Mai, P. P. ., Giang, L. M. ., & Trang, D. L. . (2022). Patterns of mortality associated with non - communicable diseases in Vietnam from 2008 to 2016. Tạp Chí Y học Dự phòng, 32(4), 24–31. https://doi.org/10.51403/0868-2836/2022/680

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