The study of the prevalence and incidence of Parkinson’s disease in different world regions
Keywords:Parkinson’s disease, prevalence, incidence, international experience
Aim. To study the prevalence and incidence of Parkinson’s disease in 5 world regions and rank them by indexes of the prevalence and incidence.
Materials and methods. Methods of scientific analysis, in particular analytical, statistical methods and the content analysis, were used in this work.
Results. The indicators of the prevalence and incidence of Parkinson’s disease in different countries and regions, as well as for different age groups have been determined. It has been shown that the number of patients with Parkinson’s disease increases exponentially with age, i.e. starting from the age of 55 the number of patients increases sharply. It has been found that one of the factors affecting the prevalence of Parkinson’s disease is the state of the environment, in particular the air pollution.
Conclusions. According to the study conducted it has been determined that Parkinson’s disease is spreading unevenly in the world and in individual countries. The data obtained will be used for further research of Parkinson’s disease.
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