Neurological diseases in Peru: a systematic analysis of the global burden disease study

Conclusion: The burden of disease (BD) increased by 1.6% from 1990 to 2015. The main causes were migraine, CVD, and NE. ADD and NSC doubled the DALY in this period. These diseases represent a significant cause of disability attributable to the increase in the life expectancy of our population among other factors. Priority actions should be taken to prevent and treat these causes.RESUMEN Introducci ón: Los indicadores de carga de la enfermedad evalúan el impacto que producen las enfermedades en una población. Integran la mortalidad y discapacidad en un solo indicador. Esto permite fijar prioridades para los servicio de salud y enfocar los recursos. Objetivo: Analizar los datos de carga d e enfermedades neurológicas en Perú para el periodo 1990-2015. Métodos: Estudio descriptivo de datos del The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation de carga de enfermedad global desde el año 1990 al 2015. La medida de carga de la enfermedad utilizada fue los años de vida ajustados por di scapacidad y sus correspondientes intervalos de incertidumbre (95%), que resultan de la suma de los años de vida perdidos debido a muerte prematura y los vividos con discapacidad. Resultados: La carga de enfermedades neurológicas en Perú fue de 9,06 y 10,65% en 1990 y 2015, respectivamente. En 2015, las principales causas fueron: migraña, enfermedad cerebrovascular, encefalopatía neonatal, enfermedad de Alzheimer y ...
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