Diseases and disorders reportable and socio-environmental conditions: ecological study, Espírito Santo, Brazil, 2011-2015
Keywords:Incidence, Diseases and illnesses of Compulsory Notification, Social Iniquities, Spatial Analysis, Environment
Objective: To analyze the association of climatic-environmental conditions and the occurrence of diseases and disorders reportable, in the state of Espírito Santo, Brazil, 2011-2015. Methods: Aggregated municipal ecological studies, calculated from confirmed cases in the Notification Information System for the period 2011-2015. Results: Notifications were more frequent among women (51.1%); race/brown color (31.7%); age group 20-49 years (48.1%) and metropolitan health region (60.3%). The factors associated with disorders were internations sensitive to primary care (p-value<0.001); education development index (p-value<0.001); temperature (p-value=0.019) and degree of urbanization (p-value=0.004). Diseases were associated with population density (p-value<0.001); temperature (p-value<0.001), humidity (p-value<0.001) and altitude (p-value=0.005). Conclusion: The disorders were negatively associated with conditions sensitive to primary care, with the education development index and positively with the temperature and the degree of urbanization. Diseases were positively associated with the factors mentioned.
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