The World Health Organization (WHO) has established a report, or rather, of a summary that reveals which have been the main Causes of death so far from century.
Since cardiovascular diseases, through non-communicable diseases and diseases related to old age, the task of the who is to design protocols and guides prevention, as well as strategies with its various members, to continue working.
Heart disease in the first 10 places
For 20 years, heart disease, that is, the different diseases that affect the heart, are the first cause of death all over the world. In fact, since 2000 the figure has gone from more than 2 millions from people around the world to almost 9 million in 2019.
In this way, this type of diseases represent 16% of all deaths from various causes.
In the area of western pacific, a little more than half of the 2 million deaths they have been due to problems in the heart.
However, in the region of Europe, there has been a reduction deaths from heart-related problems, dropping up to 15%.
He Alzheimer’s, as well as other diseases related to dementia, are also among the 10 leading causes of death in the world.
In the continent European and throughout the American continent, this disease occupies the third place. The people most affected are women, who represent 65% of cases.
Between 2000 and 2019, deaths from diabetes increased to a 70% worldwide. In the case of mens, the figure reaches up to 80%. In the area of Eastern Mediterranean, deaths caused by diabetes have been duplicate.
In fact, it is the cause of death with more percentage increase all over the world. This is due to various factors, such as the obesity, a bad feeding, among other.
Although the WHO has detected a reduction deaths due to this type of disease, pneumonia, as well as other respiratory infections were the ones caused highest number of deaths in 2019.
These they registered in countries with low or middle income. So it still represents a challenge.
How the data was obtained
He balance that WHO does during this period, which runs from 2000 to 2019, has been calculated following the data obtained from the available sources of the various member countries and the international community.
According to the Dr. Bochen Cao, who is the technical director of the WHO World Health Estimates, these statistics are based on the use of Scientific methods solid enough for process them, analyze and synthesize them.
These data are also necessary to create strategies to help those members who most need and assign means for the prevention and combat diseases.
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