By WHO Regional Office for Europe
This up-to-date statistical atlas offers key health and wellbeing figures for the WHO eu zone. They hide uncomplicated information on populations, births, deaths, existence expectancy and illnesses, way of life and environmental signs, resembling consuming, smoking and site visitors injuries, and kinds and degrees of healthiness care.Each indicator is gifted as a map to teach total neighborhood adaptations, a bar chart to point kingdom scores and a time chart to teach traits over the years in 3 major kingdom groupings.Using the WHO nearby workplace for Europe’s detailed healthiness for All database, mixed with the simplest substitute resources of information round the area, this atlas bargains the main complete evaluate of well-being in Europe. In a convenient dimension, this atlas is designed to be an simply available source perpetually, within the place of work or at the street.
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Deaths by cause and age (p. 35) The importance of specific causes of death differs significantly in the different phases of the lifespan. Respiratory and some other diseases are leading causes of death in childhood, replaced by accidents and other external causes of death among adolescents and young adults. Cancer and diseases of the circulatory system become leading causes of death in older age groups. Deaths from diseases of the circulatory system (pp. 36–42) The average trends in mortality from cardiovascular diseases are declining in Eur-A countries.
Deaths from diseases of the circulatory system (pp. 36–42) The average trends in mortality from cardiovascular diseases are declining in Eur-A countries. The average rates for Eur-B+C countries do not show improvement; they are stable in females and still rising in males. Nevertheless, this group of countries is not homogeneous; mortality trends have been declining in a number of them, while increasing in others, for several years. A clear east–west gradient contributes a large part of the east–west difference in total mortality and life expectancy.
Perinatal deaths (pp. 31–32) The rate shows the number of deaths of fetuses weighing 1000 g or more and of newborn babies aged 0–6 full days per 1000 births (live and Life and death stillborn). Where weight-specific data were not available, calculations were based on the data provided by countries, whatever the national criteria. For that reason and owing to possible incomplete registration of perinatal deaths in the countries where infant mortality is incomplete, intercountry comparisons should be treated with caution.
Atlas of Health in Europe by WHO Regional Office for Europe