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Infectious diseases

Náhled: Infectious diseases

ISSN: 1210-8650, (0862-5719)
Pages: cca 64 pages
Publications are available with data since 1965.

The basis for statistical processing of data in this publication are mandatory "Report on infectious disease" collected by bodies of the Public Health Protection and provided to Co-ordination Centres for Health Information Systems (CCHIS). Data on infectious diseases are classified by diagnoses, age groups, regions, month of begin of disease.

AKTUÁLNÍ INFORMACE (Topical Information)

This Topical information presents data of the National Institute of Public Health on reported infectious diseases that proceed from Information System of Infectious Diseases (EPIDAT). This sum of infectious diseases has been completed with data from Registry of Tuberculosis, Registry of Sexual Transmission Diseases and National Reference Laboratory for AIDS. This report presents also mortality data on infectious diseases reported by the Czech Statistical Office and number of hospitalizations in the Czech hospitals according to the National registry of hospitalized persons. There were 127 thousands cases reported to the information system EPIDAT in 2012, which means that this number decreased by 1 % if compared to previous two years. There were 54 730 hospitalisations in hospitals and 1 617 deaths caused by infectious diseases (A00–B99) in 2012 in the Czech Republic.

This Topical Information presents basic data on the incidence of venereal diseases mandatorily reported from the National Registry of Venereal Diseases and on incidence of tuberculosis from the Tuberculosis Registry between 2003–2012 among alcohol and other drug users. There are presented data on the incidence HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis among non-alcohol drug users too.

This Topical Information presents basic data about the incidence of venereal diseases mandatorily reported from the National Registry of Venereal Diseases and about incidence of tuberculosis from the Tuberculosis Registry between 2002–2011 among alcohol and other drug users. There are presented data about the incidence HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis among non-alcohol drug users too.

This Topical information presents data of the National Institute of Public Health on reported infectious diseases that proceed from Information System of Infectious Diseases (EPIDAT). This sum of infectious diseases has been completed with data from Registry of Tuberculosis, Registry of Sexual Transmission Diseases and National Reference Laboratory for AIDS. This report presents besides the survey of incidence of infectious diseases also the mortality data on infectious diseases reported by the Czech Statistical Office and number of hospitalization in Czech hospitals by the National registry of hospitalized persons. In 2010 there were 128 thousand cases of infectious diseases, including 1 029 cases of dog bite reported to the information system EPIDAT.

This Topical Information presents basic data about the incidence of venereal diseases mandatorily reported from the National Registry of Venereal Diseases and about incidence of tuberculosis from the Tuberculosis Registry between 2001–2010 among drug users. Injecting drug users comprised 5.9 % of reported cases of syphilis, 1.3 % of reported cases of gonorrhea and drug users were 1.1 % of reported cases of tuberculosis.

This Topical information presents data of the National Institute of Public Health on reported infectious diseases that proceed from Information System of Infectious Diseases (EPIDAT). This sum of infectious diseases has been completed with data from National Registry of Tuberculosis, National Registry of Sexual Transmission Diseases, National Reference Laboratory for AIDS. Beside this the mortality data on infectious diseases reported by the Czech Statistical Office and cases of bitten by dog are presented. In 2009 there were 127 thousand cases of infectious diseases, including 1 100 cases of dog bite reported to the information system EPIDAT. New table presents the data on infectious diseases among foreigners; there were 907 of such cases of infectious diseases reported in 2009.