Research Article
Volume 7 Issue 4 - 2020
Epidemiological Features of the Pathology of the Upper Departments of the Gastrointestinal Tract among the Population of St. Petersburg
Yuliya V Kokovina1, Tatiyana M Chirkina2*, Batibek I Aslanov3, Igor G Bakulin4 and Adelya R Galiullina5
1Assistant of the Department of Propaedeuticucs of Internal Diseases, Gastroenterology and Dietetics, North-Western State Medical University Named After I. I. Mechnikov, Russian Federation
2Assistant of the Department of Epidemiology, North-Western State Medical University Named After I. I. Mechnikov, Russian Federation
3Associate Professor of the Department of Epidemiology, North-Western State Medical University Named After I. I. Mechnikov, Russian Federation
4Professor, Head of the Department of Propaedeuticucs of internal Diseases, Gastroenterology and Dietetics, North-Western State Medical University Named After I. I. Mechnikov, Russian Federation
5Third Year Medical Student of North-Western State Medical University Named After I. I. Mechnikov, Russian Federation
*Corresponding Author: Tatyana M Chirkina, Assistant of the Department of Epidemiology of North-Western State Medical University Named After I. I. Mechnikov, Russian Federation.
Received: February 19, 2020; Published: March 17, 2020




Abstract

Gastrointestinal diseases are still considered to be crucial problems in a clinical medicine, attracting attention of medical practitioners and healthcare policymakers. In St. Petersburg, among the examined chronic diseases of the upper gastrointestinal tract, gastritis and duodenitis are widespread. The prevalence analysis included patients registered in the reporting period. The most common disease occurs among adolescents 15 - 17 years old. Currently, there is a number of statistical reports, which describe information about the number of registered patients with hernias is not correct. After analyzing the registration of diseases, it should be noted that it is necessary to record diseases correctly, which will lead to competent prevention and follow-up of patients of all groups, and this will result in one of the main stages of the implementation of state programs to reduce morbidity, oncopathology and mortality.

Keywords: Patients; Prevalence; GERD; Diseases; Prevention; Cases

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Citation: Tatiyana M Chirkina., et al. “Epidemiological Features of the Pathology of the Upper Departments of the Gastrointestinal Tract among the Population of St. Petersburg”. EC Gastroenterology and Digestive System 7.4 (2020): 15-22.

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