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Standardised Death Rate for Dementia, by Sex and Age in Serbia

Standardised Death Rate for Dementia, by Sex and Age in Serbia from 2011 to 2015 • Rate
Date Rate Variation
2015 17.19 17.98
2014 14.57 0.62
2013 14.48 24.4
2012 11.64 -7.47
2011 12.58 N/A

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Main Pathology Indicators

  • Causes Of Mortality

    The disease or injury that initiated the train of morbid events leading directly to death, or the circumstances of the accident or violence which produced the fatal injury. Usually measured per 100,000 individuals. Based on: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

  • Years Of Life Lost

  • Tuberculosis Incidence

    Number of new tuberculosis cases arising in a given year, expressed usually as a rate per 100,000 population or as a percentage. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly new cases of a given disease or condition occur in a population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Tuberculosis Prevalence

    Proportion of people in a specified population who have tuberculosis at a given point in time. It can also refer to the number of people living with tuberculosis at a given point in time. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly a given disease or condition occurs in a population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Overweight Prevalence

    Proportion or number of people in a specified population who are overweight/obese. Overweight and obesity are defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health. Body Mass Index (BMI) is a simple index of weight-for-height that is commonly used to classify overweight and obesity in adults. It is defined as a person's weight in kilograms divided by the square of his heigt in meters (kg/sqm). Overweight is a BMI greater than or equal to 25; obesity is a BMI greater than or equal to 30. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • HIV AIDS Prevalence

    Percentage of individuals in a population who are living with HIV at a specific point in time, usually measured for people aged 15-49 years. It also can refer to the number of people living with HIV. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly a given disease or condition occurs in a population. Based on: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.

  • Infectious Disease Mortality

    Probability (expressed in percentge) of dying from a communicable disease. Communicable diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, parasites of fungi; the diseases can be spread, directly or indirectly, from one person to another. Zoonotic diseases are infectious (communicable) diseases of animals that can cause disease when transmitted to humans. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Tuberculosis Treatment Success Rate

    Percentage of all new tuberculosis cases (or new and relapse cases for some countries) registered under a national tuberculosis control programme in a given year that successfully completed treatment, with or without bacteriological evidence of success ("cured" and "treatment completed" respectively). Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Infectious Disease Prevalence

    Proportion of people in a specified population who suffer from an infectious disease at a given point in time. It can also refer to the number of people living with an infectious disease at a given point in time. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly a given disease or condition occurs in a population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Tuberculosis Mortality

    Number of individuals who have died due to tuberculosis in a specific year, usually expressed as a rate per 100,000 population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • HIV Incidence

    Number of new HIV infections among uninfected populations ages 15-49 expressed per 100 uninfected population in the year before the period. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly new cases of a given disease or condition occur in a population. Based on: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.

  • HIV AIDS Treatment Coverage

    Percentage of all people living with HIV who are receiving antiretroviral therapy. Based on: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.

  • Anemia Prevalence

    Proportion of people in a specified population who have anemia at a given point in time. It can also refer to the number of people living with anemia at a given point in time. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly a given disease or condition occurs in a population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Tuberculosis Treatment Coverage

    Number of new and relapse tuberculosis cases that were notified and treated in a given year, divided by the estimated number of incident tuberculosis cases in the same year, expressed as a percentage. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • HIV AIDS Mortality Rate

    Number of adults and children who have died due to AIDS/HIV in a specific year, usually expressed as a rate per 100,000 population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Influenza Death Rate

  • Eye Diseases Prevalence

  • Malaria Incidence

    Number of new malaria cases arising in a given year, expressed usually as a rate per 1,000 population or as a percentage. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly new cases of a given disease or condition occur in a population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Malaria Prevalence

    Proportion of people in a specified population who have malaria at a given point in time. It can also refer to the number of people living with malaria at a given point in time. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly a given disease or condition occurs in a population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Vaccination Coverage

    Percentage of a target population that has received specific vaccines. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Malaria Mortality

    Number of adults and children who have died due to malaria in a specific year, usually expressed as a rate per 100,000 population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Infectious Disease Incidence

    Number of new communicable disease cases arising in a given year, expressed usually as a rate per 100,000 population or as a percentage. Communicable diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, parasites of fungi; the diseases can be spread, directly or indirectly, from one person to another. Zoonotic diseases are infectious (communicable) diseases of animals that can cause disease when transmitted to humans. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly new cases of a given disease or condition occur in a population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • HIV Prevention Coverage

  • Malaria Treatment Coverage

    Percentage of uncomplicated malaria cases with: (1) confirmed P. falciparum malaria that received artemisinin-based combination therapy, and (2) confirmed P. vivax that receive appropriate antimalarial treatment including radical treatment, according to national guidelines. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Infectious Disease Treatment Coverage

  • Incidence Of Hepatitis B

  • Malaria Prevention Coverage

  • Influenza Prevalence