PRIMARY PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES IN UZBEKISTAN
Every year, an estimated 17 million people globally die of cardiovascular diseases (CVD), particularly heart attacks and strokes. CVDs occur almost equally in men and women. Although heart attacks and strokes are major killers in all parts of the world, 80% of premature deaths from these causes could be avoided by controlling the main risk factors: tobacco, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity. By 2015, the total number of cardiovascular disease (CVD) deaths (mainly coronary heart disease, stroke, and rheumatic heart disease) had increased globally to 17.5 million from 14.4 million in 1990.
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Urazaliyeva, E. R.; Ermatova, A. K.; and Ramanova, D. Y.
"PRIMARY PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES IN UZBEKISTAN,"
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