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    • Statistiques
    • 2015
    • Brochure
    • Français

    Les tableaux statistiques des causes de décès pour l'année 2013, publiés dans le présent volume, renseignent sur la cause primaire ou initiale des décès. Il s'agit de la 16ième édition qui répond à la 10ième révision de la classification statistique internationale des maladies et des problèmes de santé connexes (ICD / CIM) de l'Organisation Mondiale de la Santé, introduite en 1998.

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    • Editeur: Ministère de la Santé Direction de la Santé - Service des Statistiques
    • Maladies, Statistiques
    • 2014
    • Fiche
    • Anglais

    [Indice européen Diabètes 2014 (Tableau de synthèse)]
    Ce tableau de synthèse Euro Diabetes Index 2014 donne le classement des 30 pays européens ayant participé à l’enquête sur les conditions d'accès aux traitements et les conditions de vie des personnes vivant avec le diabète.

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    • Editeur: Health Consumer Powerhouse
    • Statistiques, Maladies
    • 2014
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Indice européen Diabètes 2014]
    Les soins du diabète en Europe se sont développés, sauvant 10 000 vies chaque année, toutefois, d'après cette nouvelle étude européenne, une amélioration rapide est critique face à la montée du diabète. Pour le Luxembourg, un accès presque trop bon aux soins du diabète est un challenge. Le Luxembourg s'est classé 7ème parmi 30 pays d'Europe analysés dans l'Indice européen 2014 de performance de la lutte contre le diabète (EDI). Cela fait des décennies que les citoyens profitent d'une abondance d'options de soins chez eux, ou près de chez eux, dans les pays avoisinants. Cela signifie un excellent accès aux soins du diabète. Toutefois, se faire soigner à l'étranger peut compliquer la tenue des dossiers médicaux. Les conditions d'auto-gestion des patients sont bonnes, avec l'équipement et les bandes de contrôle du taux de sucre dans le sang aisément à disposition. L'éducation des patients est bien structurée et libre et dotée de meilleures données sur le traitement, elle deviendrait un outil encore plus puissant.

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    • Editeur: Health Consumer Powerhouse
    • Statistiques, Drogues
    • 2014
    • Article
    • Anglais

    BACKGROUND:
    To investigate social and economic inequalities in fatal overdose cases related to opioid and cocaine use, recorded in Luxembourg between 1994 and 2011.
    METHODS:
    Cross-examination of national data from law enforcement and drug use surveillance sources and of forensic evidence in a nested case-control study design. Overdose cases were individually matched with four controls, when available, according to sex, year of birth, drug administration route and duration of drug use. 272 cases vs 1056 controls were analysed. Conditional logistic regression analysis was performed to assess the respective impact of a series of socioeconomic variables.
    RESULTS:
    Being professionally active [OR=0.66 (95% CI 0.45-0.99)], reporting salary as main legal income source [OR=0.42 (95% CI 0.26-0.67)] and education attainment higher than primary school [OR=0.50 (95% CI 0.34-0.73)] revealed to be protective factors, whereas the professional status of the father or legal guardian of victims was not significantly associated to fatal overdoses.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    Socioeconomic inequalities in drug users impact on the occurrence of fatal overdoses. Compared to their peers, users of illicit drugs with lower socioeconomic profiles show increased odds of dying from overdose. However, actual and self-referred socioeconomic characteristics of drug users, such as educational attainment and employment, may have a greater predictive value of overdose mortality than the parental socioeconomic status. Education, vocational training and socio-professional reintegration should be part of drug-related mortality prevention policies.

    Souce: Pubmed

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    • Editeur: Elsevier
    • Violence, Accidents et blessures, Statistiques
    • 2014
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    The fifth edition of “Injuries in the European Union” presents an EU-level summary of the most recent injury statistics, covering the years 2010-2012. This report presents data from the European Injury Data Base (IDB) on non-fatal injuries treated in emergency departments at hospitals, complemented by data from WHO-Europe and Eurostat on respectively fatal injuries and hospital admissions.
    The IDB is a unique data source that contains standardised cross-national data on the external causes and circumstances of injuries treated in emergency departments. Thanks to IDB we can present a comprehensive picture of the entire spectrum of accidents and injuries and the wide range of risk factors involved. This is much needed for guiding prevention actions.
    The members of the IDB-network, i.e. the national bodies which collect and share data in accordance with a common methodology, are to be congratulated for their efforts to enhance the reporting on the burden of injury and its external causes and circumstances at national and regional as well as at EU level.
    EuroSafe acknowledges also with thanks Rupert Kisser (Austrian Road Safety Board KFV) and Steven Macey (Swansea University) for collating all the statistics and IDB-data presented in this publication and for producing the fifth edition of the report on Injuries in the European Union.
    This report has been produced in the framework of the JAMIE-project which has received funding from the European Union, in the framework of the Health Programme.

    Reports with data from the European Injury Data Base (IDB) are available on the EUROSAFE website.

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    • Editeur: European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion (EuroSafe)
    • Petite enfance, Statistiques, Grossesse et maternité
    • 2013
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Rapport européen sur la santé périnatal : La santé et les soins des femmes enceintes et des bébés en Europe en 2010]
    The Health and Care of Pregnant Women and Babies in Europe in 2010 released by the Euro-Peristat project is the most comprehensive report on the health and care of pregnant women and babies in Europe. The 250-page report brings together data from 26 European Union member states, plus Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. The first Euro-Peristat report, with data for 2004, was published in 2008. It found wide differences between the countries of Europe in indicators of perinatal health and care. This second report provides the opportunity to see whether gains in positive health outcomes have been achieved and whether inequalities between the countries of Europe have narrowed.
    Euro-Peristat takes a new approach to health reporting. Instead of comparing countries on single indicators like infant mortality using a ‘league table’ approach, our report paints a fuller picture by presenting data about mortality, low birthweight and preterm birth alongside data about health care and maternal characteristics that can affect the outcome of pregnancy. It also illustrates differences in the ways that data are collected, and explains how these can affect comparisons between countries.

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    • Editeur: Euro-Peristat
    • Violence, Accidents et blessures, Statistiques
    • 2013
    • rapport
    • Anglais

    The fourth edition of “Injuries in the European Union” presents an EU-level summary of the most recent injury statistics, mainly related to the years 2008-2010. In addition to data from EuroStat and WHO-Europe, this report also presents data derived from the European Injury Data Base (IDB).
    The IDB is a unique data source that contains standardised cross-national data on the external causes and circumstances of injuries treated in emergency departments. Thanks to IDB we can present a comprehensive picture of the entire spectrum of accidents and injuries and the wide range of risk factors involved. This is much needed for guiding prevention actions.
    EuroSafe acknowledges with thanks Robert Bauer und Rupert Kisser (Austrian Road Safety Board KFV) and Steven Macey and Daniel Thayer (Swansea University) for collating all the statistics and IDB-data presented in this publication and for producing the fourth edition of the report on Injuries in the European Union.
    The members of the Joint Action on Injury Monitoring in Europe (JAMIE) are also to be congratulated for their efforts to enhance the production of injury data in their countries, in particular the members who could actually provide for this report the data from their national sample of emergency departments.
    This report has been produced in the framework of the JAMIE-project which has received funding from the European Union, in the framework of the Health Programme.

    Reports with data from the European Injury Data Base (IDB) are available on the EUROSAFE website.

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    • Editeur: European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion (EuroSafe)
    • Maladies, Statistiques
    • 2013
    • Brochure
    • Allemand, Anglais, Français, Portugais

    Le Ministère de la Santé a demandé au Centre d’Etudes en Santé (CES) du Centre de Recherche Public de la Santé (CRP-Santé) de réaliser une étude sur la santé de la population résidente au Luxembourg (EHES-LUX). Un échantillon de 13’400 personnes sera invité à y participer. EHES-LUX est financée par le Ministère de la Santé, avec le support du Ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche. Dans un cadre plus large, l’étude EHES-LUX fait partie des études européennes sur la santé (EHES et EHIS).

    • Les objectifs principaux d’EHES-LUX sont les suivants :
    • Evaluer la proportion de la population qui souffre de maladies majeures (par exemple les maladies du cœur, le diabète, les maladies des poumons, le cancer) et leur relation avec les habitudes de vie et les facteurs de risque (par exemple le tabagisme, la nutrition, la pollution et l’obésité).
    • Comparer les résultats entre différents sous-groupes de la population (par exemple femmes-hommes, âgés-jeunes, lieu de résidence rural-urbain).
    • Concevoir des campagnes de prévention et d’information basées sur l’état de santé de la population.
    • Comparer les résultats entre les pays européens.

    • Date de parution:
    • Editeur: Ministère de la Santé Luxembourg Institute of Health
    • Maladies, Statistiques
    • 2012
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Statistiques européennes de maladies cardiovasculaires 2012]
    This is the fourth edition of European Cardiovascular Disease Statistics. This fourth edition is published jointly by the European Heart Network, the European Society of Cardiology and the British Heart Foundation Health Promotion Research Group, Department of Public Health, University of Oxford. It is part of the European Heart Health Strategy II (EuroHeart II) project and benefits from co-funding from the European Union in the framework of the health programme. CVD remains the main cause of death in Europe with very significant differences in mortality rates between countries.
    The differences are greatest between Northern, Southern and Western European countries and Central and Eastern European Countries. There are also differences between Western and Southern European countries with Southern European countries still having lower death rates from CVD than Western European countries. However, policy makers need to consider the differences and take a close look at risk factor prevalence and trends. Differences between Southern and Western European countries may persist but they are narrowing. This may be good news for Western Europe not necessarily for Southern Europe.
    The data presented in the fourth edition of European Cardiovascular Disease Statistics show that our efforts to reduce mortality from cardiovascular diseases have been successful. Most noticeably, following steep increases in CVD mortality in some Central and Eastern European countries, these countries are now since the mid-2000 experiencing a decrease. However, the cost to the European Union economies of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) is not decreasing.
    A read through the chapters of the European Cardiovascular Disease Statistics confirms that Europe suffers badly from lack of data and, particularly, lack of comparable data. This is true for prevalence and incidence rates, rates of surgical procedures as well as for diets. The European Union has an important task in developing standard methods for collecting information or agreed procedures for calibration of locally appropriate methods and questionnaires, to ensure effective service planning and quality of care for patients across the European Union.

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    • Editeur: European Heart Network (EHN)
    • Santé mentale, Statistiques
    • 2012
    • rapport
    • Anglais

    [La santé mentale en période de crise économique]
    This report summarises the presentations and discussions at the Workshop on Mental Health in times of Economic crisis, held at the European Parliament in Brussels, on Tuesday, 19 June 2012. The aim of the workshop was to exchange views on the detrimental effects of the economic crisis on the mental health of European citizens.

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    • Editeur: Parlement Européen [European Parliament]
  • Dernière modification le 12-10-2015