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Title Medical and Social Reasoning of Improvement of Oncogynecological Diseases` Prevention System Management
Other Titles Medyczne i społeczne uzasadnienie poprawy zarządzania systemem prewencji chorób onkoginekologicznych
Authors Kostenko, Andriana Mykolaivna  
Yasenok, Viktoriia Oleksandrivna  
Svitailo, Nina Dmytrivna  
Smiianova, Olha Ivanivna  
Savelieva, Yuliia Mykhailivna  
Rudenko, L.A.
Keywords healthy lifestyle
quality of medical care
gynecologic oncology pathologies` prevention
zdrowy styl życia
jakość opieki medycznej
profilaktyka chorób ginekologiczno-onkologicznych
Type Article
Date of Issue 2022
Publisher Aluna Publishing
License Creative Commons Attribution - NonCommercial - NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Citation Medical and Social Reasoning of Improvement of Oncogynecological Diseases` Prevention System Management / A. M. Kostenko, V. O. Yasenok, N. D. Svitailo et al. // Acta Balneologica. 2022. Vol. 64, № 2. P. 171-177.
Abstract Aim: To analyze the dynamics of oncogynecological morbidity level in Sumy region and to identify barriers for prevention and early diagnosis of oncogynecological diseases in women. Materials and Methods: study structure included: desk study (collection and analysis of statistical data), medical and sociological research on definition of barriers for prevention and early detection of oncogynecological diseases on the basis of primary medical level, which was conducted by questioning among women of Sumy region with an anonymous questionnaire with subsequent statistical processing of data using the license package of programs “PSQ” (processing of sociological questionnaires), a computer program of primary sociological information analysis. Results: in the process of analyzing the dynamics of morbidity, mortality, annual mortality and neglect of diseases of oncopathology, a decreasing in the rate of morbidity was found with simultaneous increasing of annual mortality and neglect, which highlights a decrease in carrying out preventive examinations in women. This, in turn, worsens the possibility of diagnosis of gynecological oncopathology at the early stages and their prevention. Conclusions: this requires development of a set of measures that would provide maximum coverage of regular gynecological preventive examinations in women. This mechanism can be effectively implemented through involvement the territorial communities in the process.
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