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Central Asian Journal of Medicine

Abstract

This article covers some age and gender peculiarities among various social groups of the population in the Fergana region in dynamics from 2010 to 2019. The growth rate and the level and structure of mortality of the population of the Fergana region has been analyzed. The level of prosperity of the population and the dynamics of the causes of death were taken into account. According to the report of the statistics management of the Fergana region, the method of statistical observation of a continuous retrospective study of the mortality rate of the Fergana region was copied from the reporting data of Tables C42, C45, C51. In the process of processing the material, intense, extensive levels of performance and time series were used. Analysis of the results shows that the mortality rate from diseases of the circulatory system, accidents, poisoning, injuries, respiratory diseases, diseases of the digestive system in the elderly and young people has decreased over the years. Thus, the mortality rate for men in all age groups is higher than for women. However, in recent decades, the decline in male mortality compared to female mortality in rural areas has been faster than in urban areas.

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