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Statistics of clinical trials in the CEE countries, 28.09.2017

Anesthesia, Arrhythmia, Atopic dermatitis, Obesity, Gastroesophageal reflux, Tuberculosis, Renal cancer, Multiple sclerosis, Brain cancer, Acute leukemia, Colorectal cancer, Glaucoma, Nasal polyps, Bipolar disorder, Bacterial pneumonia, Psoriatic arthritis, Urinary infection, Uterine fibroid. The actual clinical trial data (per disease) are presented for your review, comparison and estimation of the current activity and …

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Statistics of clinical trials in the CEE countries, 22.09.2017

Chronic pain, Pulmonary arterial hypertension, Melanoma, Diabetes mellitus, Chronic pancreatitis, Iron deficiency anemia, HIV infection, Chronic kidney disease, Ischemic stroke, Cerebral palsy, Chronic leukemia, Gastric cancer, Cataract, Ear diseases, Schizophrenia, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Rheumatoid arthritis, Overactive bladder, Prostate cancer, Endometriosis. The actual clinical trial data (per disease) are presented …

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Ulcerative colitis

In 2013, 9421 patients with ulcerative colitis (20.8 patients per 100 000 population) were registered in Ukraine. There is a tendency to growth in the number of severe, resistant to the treatment of the chronic forms, more complications with surgical interventions that lead to disability of young patients. Read more Standardization of …

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Crohn’s disease

The existing system of statistical coding diseases does not allow to distinguish various nosological forms of bowel disease. Experts estimate about 13,800 patients with Crohn’s disease (30.33 patients per 100,000 population) in Ukraine. About 6,600 patients (48%) have medium or severe form of disease. Read more. Standardization of medical care The Order of …

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Hodgkin’s lymphoma

According to National Cancer Registry of Ukraine, the Prevalence of Hodgkin’s lymphoma (2016): 13,690 patients; rate – 37.9 patients per 100 thousand population (males – 35.1; females – 40.3). The Incidence (2015): 959 new cases; rate (age-standardized, world standard) – 2.6 ew cases per 100 thousand population (males – 2.3; females – …

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