By WHO Regional Office for Europe
This statistical atlas provides key future health figures for the WHO eu sector. They hide uncomplicated demographic facts, mortality and morbidity, existence and environmental signs reminiscent of alcohol intake and highway site visitors injuries, and kinds and degrees of wellbeing and fitness care. so much signs are awarded as a map to teach total local adaptations, a bar chart to point nation ratings and a time chart to teach traits through the years in 3 major nation groupings.
Using the WHO nearby place of work for Europe's exact well-being for all database, mixed with the simplest replacement resources of information round the quarter, this atlas bargains the main accomplished assessment of future health in Europe. released in a pocket variation, this atlas is designed to be an simply available source perpetually, within the place of work or within the box.
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Countries with the largest differences between these two estimates most probably have life expectancies well below the level calculated from official statistics. This problem occurs mainly in central Asia, the Caucasus and the Balkans, which were affected by armed conflicts and severe socioeconomic difficulties during the 1990s. Many countries’ national vital statistics systems (registration of marriages, births and deaths) were damaged. This should be kept in mind when comparing the life expectancy in these areas with other countries.
P65 Atlas of health in Europe 20 14-05-2003, 14:12 21 Life and death 2. Life and death Notes Life expectancy (pp. 26–29) Life expectancy, or the average number of years that a newborn baby can expect to live if mortality patterns remain unchanged, is one of the most common measurements of the health status of a population. As it is calculated using mortality statistics, its accuracy depends on the accuracy and completeness of official national mortality data. 26 shows two different estimates of life expectancy.
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. 37–41) The average trends in mortality from these diseases show a decline in the western and central parts of the Region. The average for the CIS shows the specific trend pattern noted under life expectancy during the 1990s.