Prevalence of Esophageal Cancer in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe: Epidemiology and Problems of Complex of Treatment and Care

In this chapter, the concerns of esophageal cancer prevalence and the distribution of esophageal cancer mortality rates in Central and Eastern Europe are discussed. Statistical approaches, econometrics, geographical and time series analysis are used to examine esophageal cancer mortality rates. A research of the characteristics of the trends in esophageal cancer death rates in six EU countries and Ukraine is being conducted. The concerns of esophageal cancer prevalence and the geographic distribution of mortality rates from this disease are examined using the NUTS 2 areas in six Central and Eastern European nations as examples (Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary). The geographic distribution of esophageal cancer mortality rates is investigated. It enables us to identify more and less epidemiologically afflicted places, as well as conduct more extensive investigations on the relationship between esophageal cancer death rates and numerous causes. It is emphasised that various factors, such as the environment, socio-demographic characteristics of the population, culture and nature of nutrition, general health status of the population, availability of resources, and level of healthcare in the region, should be taken into account while developing treatment and care complexes and prevention programmes for prevalence.

Author(s) Details

Nadiya Dubrovina
School of Economics and Management in Public Administration in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Valery Boyko
State Institution, V.T. Zaicev Institute of General and Urgency Surgery NAMS of Ukraine, Ukraine and Kharkiv National Medical University, Ukraine.

Russell Gerrard
Business School (formerly Cass), City, University of London, UK.

Sergiy Savvi
State Institution, V.T. Zaicev Institute of General and Urgency Surgery NAMS of Ukraine, Ukraine.

Petro Zamiatin
State Institution, V.T. Zaicev Institute of General and Urgency Surgery NAMS of Ukraine, Ukraine and Kharkiv National Medical University, Ukraine.

Denis Zamiatin
Kharkiv National Medical University, Ukraine.

Ivica Gulášová
Trnava University in Trnava, Slovakia.

Yurii Tovkach
Bukovian State Medical University, Ukraine.

Nataliia Yemelyanenko
Bukovian State Medical University, Ukraine.

Bohdana Banul
Bukovian State Medical University, Ukraine.

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