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Directly age and gender standardised rate of all emergency (i.e. non-elective) admissions to hospital for asthma and diabetes (ICD 10 codes E10-E14, J45, J46) per 100,000 European standard population. Northern Ireland numerator: Hospital Inpatient System, DHSSPS, 2009/2010Northern Ireland...
Directly age and gender standardised rate of all emergency (i.e. non-elective) admissions to hospital for asthma and diabetes (ICD 10 codes E10-E14, J45, J46) per 100,000 European standard population. Republic of Ireland numerator: Hospital Inpatient Enquiry, 2010Republic of Ireland denominator:...
Directly age and gender standardised rate of all emergency (i.e. non-elective) admissions to hospital for asthma and diabetes (ICD 10 codes E10-E14, J45, J46) per 100,000 European standard population. Northern Ireland numerator: Hospital Inpatient System, DHSSPS, 2005/06Northern Ireland denominator...
Directly age and gender standardised rate of all emergency (i.e. non-elective) admissions to hospital for asthma and diabetes (ICD 10 codes E10-E14, J45, J46) per 100,000 European standard population. Republic of Ireland numerator: Hospital Inpatient Enquiry, 2005Republic of Ireland denominator:...
The age-sex standardised rate of hospitalisations of people aged 15 years and older with a principal diagnosis of diabetes per 100,000 population. ICD-10-AM E10 –E14 Numerator: Number of hospital discharges with a principal diagnosis of diabetes in a specified year, ages 15 and over....
Subject: diabetes
In 2011 nearly 73,000 adults in Northern Ireland are registered as having diabetes. Many cases of diabetes are preventable and are the result of obesity. With this in mind, on World Diabetes Day, 14 November 2011, the Public Health Agency is encouraging everyone across Northern Ireland to be aware...
Subject: Lifestyle
Many of us start the New Year with the best of intentions to lose weight, get fitter and eat well. It's that sense of new possibilities and fresh beginnings that can also help motivate changes in lifestyle. The Public Health Agency advises that making small changes to your own and your family's...
Issued jointly by the Health and Social Care Board and Public Health AgencyThe Health and Social Care Board and the Public Health Agency have today launched, for public consultation, a new Community Development Strategy.The consultation period will run for 12 weeks from Friday 10 June until Friday...
Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic disorders characterised by too much glucose in the blood. The body breaks down digested food into a sugar called glucose from which it derives energy. The hormone insulin allows the body to use that sugar by helping glucose to enter the cells. When a person...
Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic disorders characterised by too much glucose in the blood. The body breaks down digested food into a sugar called glucose from which it derives energy. The hormone insulin allows the body to use that sugar by helping glucose to enter the cells. When a person...