Atlas of stroke mortality

racial, ethnic, and geographic disparities in the United States
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National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dept. of Health and Human Services , Atlanta, GA
Cerebrovascular Disorders -- mortality -- United States, Cerebrovascular Disorders -- ethnology -- United States, Ethnic Groups -- statistics & numerical data -- United States, Minority Groups -- statistics & numerical data -- United S
Other titlesCDC, heart disease and stroke
StatementMichele L. Casper ... [et al.].
ContributionsCasper, Michele., National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 155 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14755589M
OCLC/WorldCa51843909

Atlas of Stroke Mortality present county-by-county stroke mortality rates for the entire United States and identify the places where members of each of the five largest racial and ethnic groups experience the highest rates. With this information, public health professionals at.

CDC’s Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke is an online mapping tool that allows users to create and customize county-level maps of heart disease and stroke by race and ethnicity, gender, age group, and more.

Launch the Interactive Atlas. Select Atlas of stroke mortality book of the buttons below to view a map of the complete US, or select a state/territory in.

Get this from a library. Atlas of stroke mortality: racial, ethnic, and geographic disparities in the United States. [Michele Casper; National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (U.S.);].

Atlas of stroke mortality: racial, ethnic, and geographic disparities in the United States xiii, p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

The atlas addresses the global epidemic of heart disease and stroke in a clear and accessible format. This highly valuable reference material has been designed for use by policy makers, national and international organizations, health professionals and the general public. This picturesque atlas is in six parts: cardiovascular disease; risk.

The Morbidity & Mortality: Chart Book on Cardiovascular, Lung, and Blood Diseases is a biennial compilation of data on the size and trends of morbidity and mortality from the cardiovascular, lung, and blood diseases.

Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke CDC’s Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke is an online mapping tool. Mackay and Mensah have produced a useful booklet, which is exactly what is says it is.

It is an atlas of heart attack and stroke and the main risk Cited by: 3. The most recent estimates show that stroke is the second highest cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Dementia, meningitis and migraine rank in the top 30 factors in disability-adjusted life years, and epilepsy in the out of diseases and injuries included.

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A Message from the Director of CDC -- A Message from the Director of IHS -- Foreword -- Section Atlas of stroke mortality book.

Introduction -- Section 2. National maps of heart disease and stroke mortality among American Indians and Alaska natives -- Section by: Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke Note: Javascript is disabled or is not supported by your browser. For this reason, some items on this page will be unavailable.

Through a partnership with MAPSCorps and their youth scientists, the Chicago Health Atlas maps o health and human services, businesses, and other resources. You can use this data about community assets to see how services are distributed across the City. Stroke Belt or Stroke Alley is a name given to a region in the southeastern United States that has been recognized by public health authorities for having an unusually high incidence of stroke and other forms of cardiovascular is usually defined as a 9-state region consisting of Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

RESULTS: The decline in stroke mortality over the past decades represents a major improvement in population health and is observed for both sexes and for all racial/ethnic and age groups. In addition to the overall impact on fewer lives lost to stroke, the major decline in stroke mortality seen among people Cited by:   Over a year study period (), a total of admissions occurred with AVR during the period of hospitalization.

The current study is one of the largest studies to meticulously characterize the incidence rates of in-hospital death and adverse neurological events among patients undergoing surgical AVR, especially among the elderly and the high-risk patients.

Introduction. Instroke will be the leading cause of death and disabilities after cancer throughout the world. 1 Numerous studies have been going on for the past yrs, yet there is no uniform consensus regarding the most important predicting factors for mortality.

To reduce the overall burden of stroke in the society an organized approach is needed to predict mortality and morbidity Cited by: 7. Jill Bolte Taylor (Author) out of 5 stars 2, ratings. #N#See all 32 formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions.

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For almost two decades The Tobacco Atlas. Atlas of the Global Burden of Stroke () The GBD Study January Valery Feigin George A. Mensah Bo Norrving Murray CJ Lo W. Stroke is defined as abrupt neurologic dysfunction due to disturbances in the brain supply of blood, oxygen, and glucose.

Stroke occurs because of either ischemia or hemorrhage, resulting in damage manifested by persistent clinical deficits, or accompanied by. Mortality from stroke has declined dramatically in the United States because of improved treatment and prevention, says a new scientific statement.

What is the ESC Atlas of Cardiology. Despite huge advances in cardiovascular medicine, cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains the world's biggest killer.

To better understand why this is the case and how we can reduce CVD mortality, the ESC collects cardiovascular data from across its 57 members countries through its 'Atlas of Cardiology'.

Although stroke mortality has been reduced in developed countries in recent decades due to improvements in acute management (Feigin et al., ), one-third of. Acute ischemic stroke (AIS) is characterized by the sudden loss of blood circulation to an area of the brain, typically in a vascular territory, resulting in a corresponding loss of neurologic function.

Also previously called cerebrovascular accident (CVA) or stroke syndrome, stroke is a nonspecific state of brain injury with neuronal dysfunc. A report released by the CDC in collaboration with the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Atlas of Stroke Hospitalizations Among Medicare Beneficiaries, found that day stroke mortality rates varied by age: 9% in patients aged 65 to 74, % in those aged 74 to 84, and 23% in those aged 85 or older.

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Chronic Disease GIS Exchange (CDC) more Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease & Stroke (CDC) Morbidity & Mortality Chart Book, (NHLBI) Social Determinants of Health Maps (CDC) Author: Carol Shannon.

This atlas on cardiovascular disease prevention and control is part of the response to this need. It documents the magnitude of the problem, using global cardiovascular mortality and morbidity data. It demonstrates the inequities in access to protection, exposure to risk, and access to care as the cause of major inequalities between countries.

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Stroke mortality has decreased to % from 15% inwhen the first audit of our stroke service was carried out 3, prior to the existence of a geographical stroke unit and complete dedicated multi-disciplinary team with a 24/7 thrombolysis and thrombectomy acute care pathway.

There is considerable geographic variation in stroke mortality around the United Kingdom (UK). Whether this is due to geographical differences in incidence or case-fatality is unclear.

We conducted a systematic review of high-quality studies documenting the incidence of any stroke and stroke subtypes, between and in the UK. We aimed to study geographic and temporal trends in Cited by: Acute ischemic stroke is in most areas of the world the most prevalent neurological emergency; one American has a stroke every 40 seconds.

In the United States alone there are more thanstrokes per year, with the majority being new events. 1 The number of hospitalizations in the United States continues to increase.

The cost associated with the care of stroke patients in was $