G80 Cerebral palsy

(Cerebral palsy )

Disease of males and females from the section "Cerebral palsy and other paralytic syndromes". Causes not a significant loss of workdays. May be the cause of death.

576 949 people were diagnosed with Cerebral palsy

27 361 died with a diagnosis of Cerebral palsy

0.05 % disease mortality Cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is diagnosed to men at 43.02% more often than women

339 539

Men are diagnosed with Cerebral palsy. For 15 885 of them, this diagnosis is fatal

0.05 %

mortality in men with disease Cerebral palsy

95 90 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0

237 410

Women are diagnosed with Cerebral palsy For 11 476 of these, this diagnosis is fatal.

0.05 %

mortality in women with disease Cerebral palsy

Risk group for the disease Cerebral palsy men aged 5-9 and women aged1-4

The disease is most common in men aged 5-9

In men, the disease is least likely to occur at the age of 85-89, 95+

In women, the disease is least likely to occur at the age of 85+

The disease is most common in women aged 1-4

Features of the disease Cerebral palsy

Non-contagious

Injury

High individual and low public risk

Diagnostics

Standard for diagnosing the disease Cerebral palsy not found

Diagnosis Cerebral palsy on the 3 place in the frequency of diseases in the rubric of other Cerebral palsy and other paralytic syndromes diseases

Most common:

Cerebral palsy disease on the 1 most dangerous disease in the category of other Cerebral palsy and other paralytic syndromes diseases

Most dangerous:


Treatment

The standard for the treatment of the disease Cerebral palsy is not is established

12 days required for doctors in inpatient treatment

9 hour(s) is required for outpatient treatment

0 medical procedures are provided for the treatment of Cerebral palsy

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