5 edition of Mortality from diseases associated with smoking found in the catalog.
Mortality from diseases associated with smoking
A. Joan Klebba
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Services, Office of Health Research, Statistics, and Technology, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 39.
|Statement||[by A. Joan Klebba].|
|Series||Vital & health statistics : Series 20, Data from the National Vital Statistics System ; no. 17, DHHS publication ; no. (PHS) 81-1854, Vital and health statistics., no. 17., DHHS publication ;, no. (PHS) 81-1854.|
|LC Classifications||HB1335 .A18 no. 17, RA1242.T6 .A18 no. 17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||80607855|
Global health risks: mortality and burden of disease attributable to selected major risks. 1. Risk factors. 2. World health. some important risks associated with exposure to infectious disease agents or with anti- tobacco smoking alone causes 71% of lung cancer deaths worldwide. Tobacco accounted for 18% of. Purpose Data on smoking and second cancer risk among cancer survivors are limited. We assessed associations between smoking before first cancer diagnosis and risk of second primary smoking-associated cancers among survivors of lung (stage I), bladder, kidney, and head/neck cancers. Methods Data were pooled from 2, patients with stage I lung cancer, 6, with bladder cancer, 3, with Cited by:
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Smoking is a major preventable cause of morbidity and mortality in the United Kingdom.1 It is an important cause of cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung cancer and a range of other cancers, peptic ulcer and various other medical conditions.1 In , self-reported cigarette smoking among British adults was 25% among men and 23% among women.2 Cited by: The economic costs of smoking extend beyond the direct costs of smoking-related illness and death and can be attributed to four elements: Healthcare expenditures attributable to the treatment of smoking-related diseases in active smokers and those affected by second-hand smoke. Loss of earnings, employee absence and reduced workplace productivity.
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Mortality from diseases associated with smoking, United States, [A Joan Klebba]. Data, for a recent year period, on mortality from cancer of the lung, larynx, lip, esophagus, bladder; from chronic bronchitis, arteriosclerotic heart disease, hypertensive heart disease, hepatic cirrhosis, and gastric ulcer.
Detailed tables, graphic presentation, and qualifications of the data. Data, for a recent year period, on mortality from cancer of the lung, larynx, lip, esophagus, bladder; from chronic bronchitis, arteriosclerotic heart disease. There is a strong dose-response relation with heavy smoking, duration of smoking, and early uptake associated with higher risks of smoking related disease and mortality.
Data from 40 years of follow up of smokers in a prospective cohort study of male British doctors show the impact of smoking on longevity at different levels of by: Adult mortality differentials associated with cigarette smoking in the USA Article (PDF Available) in Population Research and Policy Review 17(3) June with 53 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
This analysis examines health disparities, including socioeconomic factors, adjusted for smoking, associated with death from lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) using the National Longitudinal Mortality Study (NLMS), a population-based mortality study in the United by: Purpose Cigarette smoking increases overall mortality, but it is not established whether smoking is associated with breast cancer prognosis.
Methods We evaluated the association between smoking status before and after breast cancer diagnosis and mortality in the Collaborative Breast Cancer and Women’s Longevity Study, a population-based prospective observational study conducted in Wisconsin Cited by: " There were substantial increases during in mortality from three of the eight groups of diseases associated with but not clearly causally related to smoking-arteriosclerotic heart disease, including coronary disease, especially in the male population; cirrhosis of the liver, with the most marked increase for the non-white population Cited by: 1.
where P is the proportion of population exposed (smoking prevalence), and RR is the relative (disease-specific) risk of death for smokers and nonsmokers. Given the size and recency of the ACS study, the question arises of whether its results can somehow be applied, perhaps with suitable scaling, to other populations to estimate smoking-attributable mortality.
Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in the United States; however, an estimated one fourth of adults with COPD have never smoked (1).CDC analyzed state-specific Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) data fromwhich indicated that, overall among U.S.
adults, % (age-adjusted) reported having been told by a health Cited by: 2. Labour losses associated with smoking mortality ranged from € million in to € in (base year ). In fact, labour productivity losses have decreased over the years for men (−%) but increased sharply for women (%).Cited by: 1.
The detrimental health consequences of nicotine addiction are enormous. Tobacco smoking is responsible for 1 of every 5 deaths and is the most common. Viruses associated with gastroenteritis are a major contributor to the global morbidity and mortality attributed to diarrheal diseases.
The most vulnerable within a population including young children and infants, immune compromised, or the elderly are at greatest risk of contracting viral gastroenteritis and succumbing to severe symptoms or death.
Age-standardized NCD mortality rates for all ages were highest in the African Region for males ( per ) and for females ( per ). The leading causes of NCD deaths in were: cardiovascular diseases (17 million deaths, or 48% of NCD deaths); cancers ( million, or 21% of NCD deaths); and respiratory diseases, includingFile Size: KB.
Prevalence of and Changes in Tooth Loss Among Adults Aged ≥50 Years with Selected Chronic Conditions — United States, – and – Lifestyle factors such as smoking and drinking habits, regular physical activity (in older studies at work, nowadays as leisure), and maintenance of a certain level of leanness in the elderly without body overweight or obesity are associated with lower mortality risks from all causes, cardiovascular (CVD)- coronary (CHD)- and cancer-specific.
and cause of death. Mortality data can be used to monitor and evaluate health status on the basis of mortality levels, trends and segments of the population who may be at a greater risk of death from speciic diseases and injuries.
Ra-cial and ethnic variations in mortality patterns can help unmask certain risk factors associated with subpopulationFile Size: 1MB. • From tosmoking cost the U.S. about $ billion—nearly $96 billion in direct medical costs and $97 billion in lost productivity. Smoking causes lung diseases such as COPD, cancer, heart disease and stroke.8 • The five most costly and preventable chronic conditions cost the U.S.
nearly $ billion—30% of total. Background: Tobacco use, alcohol use and Socioeconomic status (SES) are all strongly associated with mortality. These risk factors however, are also strongly associated with each other.
Smokeless Tobacco Users Are Not Dying from Diseases Associated with Smoking American health authorities for years failed to directly compare the health effects of smoking with those of smokeless tobacco (ST) use, as it would have meant acknowledging Author: Brad Rodu.Morbidity & Mortality Chart Book NH l B i Morbidity & Mortality: Chart Book on Cardiovascular, lung, and Blood diseases M&M Chart 1 1/3/ AM.
Discrimination Prohibited: Under provisions of applicable public laws enacted by 2–21 Age-Adjusted Percent of Population Currently Smoking by Race and Sex File Size: 3MB. The European Respiratory Society (ERS) white book () reported an age-standardised mortality rate for COPD of approximately 18 per inhabitants per year (to the European Standard Population), while unstandardized all-cause mortality in the subgroup of individuals with COPD only was per : Natalie Terzikhan, Natalie Terzikhan, Lies Lahousse, Lies Lahousse, Katia M.C.
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