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Náhled: Psychiatric care

ISSN: 1210-8588, (0862-5808)
Pages: cca 80 pages
Publications are available with data since 1959.

The sources of information in this publication are report forms on the network and bed funds of psychiatric institutions, reports on out-patient care in branch of psychiatry and data from the National Registry of Hospitalized Patients. Tables present indicators of activity of out-patient psychiatric establishments by regions.

AKTUÁLNÍ INFORMACE (Topical Information)

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased more than 2 % since previous year (it is exactly 2 896 558 examinations). Increase has been founded also in number of patients (by almost 4 %). Altogether 603 205 patients were treated in 2013; women often needed psychiatric care. Topical information about activity in branch of psychiatry contents also data about structure of the first psychiatric examinations in out-patient care, incidence and prevalence of selected psychiatric groups of diagnoses and their regional dislocation.

Psychiatric inpatients care in the Czech Republic is provided in hospital psychiatric wards (30 departments), in psychiatric institutes (21 facilities) and in other inpatient facilities (2 facilities). The total bed capacity for psychiatric acute care and after-care is 10,423 beds. Altogether there were 59,385 cases.

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased more than 1 % since previous year (it is exactly 2 833 944 examinations). Increase has been founded also in number of patients (by almost 4 %). Altogether 578 413 patients were treated in 2012; women often needed psychiatric care. Topical information about activity in branch of psychiatry contents also data about structure of the first psychiatric examinations in out-patient care, incidence and prevalence of selected psychiatric groups of diagnoses and their regional dislocation.

Psychiatric inpatients care in the Czech Republic is provided in hospital psychiatric wards (31 departments), in psychiatric institutes (21 facilities) and in other inpatient facilities (2 facilities). The total bed capacity for psychiatric acute care and after-care is 10,648 beds. Altogether there were 59,925 cases.

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased more than 5 % since previous year (it is exactly 2 799 199 examinations). Increase has been founded also in number of patients (by more than 12 %). Altogether 556 456 patients were treated in 2011; women often needed psychiatric care. Actual information about activity in branch of psychiatry contents also data about structure of the first psychiatric examinations in out-patient care, incidence and prevalence of selected psychiatric groups of diagnoses and their regional dislocation.

Psychiatric inpatients care in the Czech Republic is provided in hospital psychiatric wards (31 departments), in psychiatric institutes (20 facilities) and in other inpatient facilities (3 facilities). The total bed capacity for psychiatric acute care and after-care is 10 818 beds, of which were 434 for children. Altogether there were 59 169 cases.

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased by 2 % since previous year (it is exactly 2 665 547 examinations). Increase has been founded also in number of patients (by almost 3 %). Altogether 495 383 patients were treated in 2010; women often needed psychiatric care. Actual information about activity in branch of psychiatry contents also data about structure of the first psychiatric examinations in out-patient care, incidence and prevalence of selected psychiatric groups of diagnoses and their regional dislocation.

Psychiatric bed care in the Czech Republic is provided in hospital bed departments (31 departments) and in psychiatric institutes (20 establishments). The total bed capacity for psychiatric acute care and after-care is 10 850 beds, of which were 434 for children. Altogether there were 57 597 cases of hospitalizations in psychiatric institutes and hospital psychiatric wards.
Number of psychiatric examinations has decreased about 2 % since previous year (it is exactly 2 609 928 examinations), but growing number of the first psychiatric examinations in out-patient care has been founded (about 4 %). Altogether 482 970 patients were treated in 2009; women often needed psychiatric care. Actual information about activity in branch of psychiatry contents also data about structure of the first psychiatric examinations in out-patient care, incidence and prevalence of selected psychiatric groups of diagnoses and their regional dislocation and about number of examinations on HIV, HAV, HBsAg and HCV realised in psychiatric departments and establishments of out-patient care.

INFORMACE ZE ZDRAVOTNICTVÍ KRAJŮ (Information on Regional Health Care)

Jihomoravský kraj

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased by 4,3 % since previous year, it is exactly 305 803 examinations. Increase has been founded in number of patients, by 4,4 %. Altogether 71 542 patients were treated. Women often needed psychiatric care. Information contains a brief overview of patients by used psychoactive substance.

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased by 0,6 % since previous year, it is exactly 293 201 examinations. Increase has been founded in number of patients, by 6,3 %. Altogether 68 545 patients were treated in 2012; women often needed psychiatric care. Information contains a brief overview of patients by used psychoactive substance.

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased by 0,4 % since previous year, it is exactly 291 514 examinations. Increase has been founded in number of patients, by 13,2 %. Altogether 64 511 patients were treated in 2011; women often needed psychiatric care. Information contains a brief overview of patients by used psychoactive substance.

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased by 2 % since previous year, it is exactly 290 461 examinations. Increase has been founded also in number of patients, by 2,5 %. Altogether 56 965 patients were treated in 2010; women often needed psychiatric care.

There were 6 203 cases of hospitalizations with main diagnosis F00–F99 of regional population in the bed establishment anywhere in Czech Republik which represents 538 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. Of total number it takes 8,7 % hospitalizations in an age up to 19 years. The most frequent reason for hospitalization of men was diagnosis F10, by women there were diagnosis F40–F59. The average age of men was 41,6 years and 48,2 years by women.

Kraj Vysočina

Number of psychiatric examinations has decreased by 0,7 % since previous year, it is exactly 124 028 examinations. Increase has been founded in number of patients, by 2,7 %. Altogether 25 131 patients were treated in 2013. Women often needed psychiatric care.

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased by 2,4 % since previous year, it is exactly 124 931 examinations. Increase has been founded also in number of patients, by 7,9 %. Altogether 24 464 patients were treated in 2012; women often needed psychiatric care.

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased by 6,8 % since previous year, it is exactly 121 963 examinations. Increase has been founded also in number of patients, by 4,2 %. Altogether 22 680 patients were treated in 2011; women often needed psychiatric care.

kraj Vysočina

Number of psychiatric examinations has increased by 3,6 % since previous year, it is exactly 114 239 examinations. Increase has been founded also in number of patients, by 5,3 %. Altogether 21 762 patients were treated in 2010; women often needed psychiatric care.

There were 2 213 cases of hospitalizations with main diagnosis F00–F99 of regional population in the bed establishment anywhere in Czech Republik which represents 430 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. Of total number it takes 12,4 % hospitalizations in an age up to 19 years. The most frequent reason for hospitalization of men was diagnosis F10, by women there were diagnosis F40–F59. The average age of men was 42,4 years and 47,6 years by women.