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Folkhlsorapporten 2009 Landstingsstyrelsen 28/4 2009. Docent Mats Eliasson Sunderby sjukhus. Folkhlsorapport 2009. Positiva tendenser Medellivslngden kar Allt frre insjuknar i hjrt- och krlsjukdomar och ddligheten har minskat kraftigt - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Folkhlsorapporten 2009Landstingsstyrelsen 28/4 2009Docent Mats EliassonSunderby sjukhus

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009Positiva tendenser

    Medellivslngden kar Allt frre insjuknar i hjrt- och krlsjukdomar och ddligheten har minskat kraftigt Matvanorna har frbttrats vilket pverkat andelen verviktiga Rkningen fortstter att minska

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009Varningssignaler

    Ungdomars psykiska hlsa r fortsatt oroande Hlften av mnnen och 40 % av kvinnorna r verviktiga Hlsan r ojmnt frdelad

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009

    Folkhlsan i versikt

    Barns hlsaUngdomars hlsaHlsa i frvrvsaktiv lderldres hlsa

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009

    Psykosocial pfrestningar och stressrelaterade besvrvervikt, hjrt- och krlsjukdom och diabetes

    Matvanor och fysisk aktivitetSexuell och reproduktiv hlsaTobak och tobaksrelaterade sjukdomarAlkohol- och narkotikamissbruk

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009

    VldMigration och hlsa

    Allergiska sjukdomarTandhlsa Hrsel och synLkemedel

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009 Folkhlsan i versikt

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009 Folkhlsan i versikt

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009 vervikt, hjrt-krl, diabetes

  • Folkhlsorapport 2009 vervikt, hjrt-krl, diabetes

  • Ddlighet i hjrtinfarkt

  • Ddlighet i stroke

  • Kolesterol Norr- och Vsterbotten MONICAMenWomen

    Sheet: Diagram2

    Sheet: Age adjusted

    Sheet: regression

    Sheet: Frekvenstabeller

    1986.0

    1986.0

    1986.0

    1990.0

    1990.0

    1990.0

    1994.0

    1994.0

    1994.0

    1999.0

    1999.0

    1999.0

    2004.0

    2004.0

    2004.0

    6.593603913697354

    6.287392318962188

    6.033849991287411

    6.560166364665177

    6.21

    6.045888045626077

    6.358991570869143

    6.018299749345631

    5.951653615508698

    5.9453690612849135

    5.645014279342325

    5.580445230299825

    6.0351544818944785

    5.753583990986744

    5.483524129963977

    Age adjusted total per kn

    Men

    Women

    1986.0

    6.377

    6.324

    1990.0

    6.306

    6.115

    5.964

    1999.0

    5.773

    5.645

    2004.0

    5.783

    5.508

    Mn

    Primary

    Secondary

    University

    1986.0

    6.593603913697354

    6.287392318962188

    6.033849991287411

    1990.0

    6.560166364665177

    6.21

    6.045888045626077

    1994.0

    6.358991570869143

    6.018299749345631

    5.951653615508698

    1999.0

    5.9453690612849135

    5.645014279342325

    5.580445230299825

    2004.0

    6.0351544818944785

    5.753583990986744

    5.483524129963977

    Women

    Primary

    Secondary

    University

    1986.0

    6.716966911971571

    6.186559391344661

    5.964574723007834

    1990.0

    6.581282839426012

    5.982247140903478

    5.70745216676432

    1994.0

    6.383481393528883

    5.879326567425416

    5.595493068310195

    1999.0

    6.21172009396353

    5.490443601394827

    5.38558206988717

    2004.0

    6.034032337012081

    5.364949637435196

    5.3043759057067374

    Age adjusted total choletserol level according to degree of obesity, 25-64 y

    Men

    Normal

    Overweight

    Obese

    1986.0

    6.228215805100259

    6.51017739509486

    6.504825466858481

    1990.0

    6.0927761806794125

    6.421908110503076

    6.582867038616801

    1994.0

    5.948240436275584

    6.223722944909922

    6.2005754772812915

    1999.0

    5.583100554835943

    5.886015142429592

    5.545505054753492

    2004.0

    5.630582778253298

    5.873635022875966

    5.8622189436337875

    Women

    Normal

    Overweight

    Obese

    1986.0

    6.193406946511723

    6.54792285965578

    6.28638711745967

    1990.0

    5.997932172311936

    6.2672057807446855

    6.323441082393344

    1994.0

    5.7664475187137265

    6.119899057736367

    6.2898990735506395

    1999.0

    5.559582964413043

    5.794783246189196

    5.723836158773079

    2004.0

    5.395795198112873

    5.609370418260825

    5.674940989057233

    Age adjusted total cholesterol in smokers and non-smokers, 25-64 y

    Men

    Non-smokers

    Smokers

    1986.0

    6.330574449080809

    6.505418196635486

    1990.0

    6.296772101930542

    6.327643816580505

    1994.0

    6.080663057260677

    6.238658380498149

    1999.0

    5.738131663694626

    5.688736884904996

    2004.0

    5.797614339108676

    5.803094477442647

    Women

    Non-smokers

    Smokers

    1986.0

    6.265225935003685

    6.452978957358089

    1990.0

    6.081647790672729

    6.215847125833686

    1994.0

    5.8992249978055025

    6.0803051250354745

    1999.0

    5.611862348465288

    5.873099453297677

    2004.0

    5.486213308734037

    5.635079446054136

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    Men

    Unstandardized Coefficients

    95% Confidence Interval for B

    Independent variables

    Beta

    Standard error

    Significance

    Lower bound

    Upper Bound

    Age (y)

    0.0236080310123531

    0.0013681531834097913

    1.5064268103689614E-64

    0.02092573955674301

    0.026290322467963187

    Year of survey

    -0.047333629228314696

    0.0029180241132721594

    1.5064268103689614E-64

    -0.053054473386121084

    -0.04161278507050831

    BMI (kg/m2)

    0.03515673710175369

    0.005032036201279811

    3.2532370216966872E-12

    0.02529133031055323

    0.04502214389295415

    Smoking (yes=1)

    0.0010951191778324912

    4.8271346597240607E-4

    0.0233379117966802

    1.4874985238985748E-4

    0.002041488503275125

    Women

    Unstandardized Coefficients

    95% Confidence Interval for B

    Independent variables

    Beta

    Standard error

    Significance

    Lower bound

    Upper Bound

    Age (y)

    0.044329241062558825

    0.0014646141400460155

    6.254133352330348E-183

    0.04145785825265231

    0.04720062387246534

    Year of survey

    -0.049526278774747766

    0.0028951457345981566

    6.254133352330348E-183

    -0.05520222540615072

    -0.043850332143344814

    BMI (kg/m2)

    0.02162309511824524

    0.00382855650760357

    1.727341690161902E-8

    0.014117192340095619

    0.029128997896394858

    Smoking (yes=1)

    0.0017958558598695628

    4.152792916027783E-4

    1.5630421869918544E-5

    9.816988839025632E-4

    0.0026100128358365624

    Education level

    -0.11186834837343948

    0.0259364488913361

    1.6446508372312574E-5

    -0.16271687663786105

    -0.061019820109017915

    Men

    Women

    Cholesterol

    30)

    10.340632603406325

    10.64935064935065

    13.270777479892761

    14.705882352941176

    19.318181818181817

    12.531328320802006

    11.264080100125156

    13.81074168797954

    15.710382513661202

    17.73981603153745

    Smokers

    22.54901960784314

    23.027166882276845

    18.364611260053618

    13.549337260677467

    11.205673758865249

    26.28930817610063

    25.81453634085213

    26.81992337164751

    21.904761904761905

    18.55263157894737

    Cholesterol levels in different categories of education, obesity and smoking, age adjusted, 25-74 y

    Men

    Women

    Mean

    Lower CI

    Upper CI

    Mean

    Lower CI

    Upper CI

    Highest level of education

    Primary school

    6.21877585450425

    6.157060478364515

    6.280491230643986

    6.251584477414908

    6.188938647128327

    6.3142303077014885

    Secondary school

    6.043137535146914

    5.989026417680785

    6.097248652613043

    5.954121241715119

    5.899816054531249

    6.008426428898988

    University

    5.835368921973892

    5.743313120123118

    5.927424723824665

    5.732256952112201

    5.657865102343327

    5.806648801881075

    Body mass index