Release:2018, Vol. 4. №2
About the authors:Alexander Yu. Solodovnikov, Dr. Sci. (Geogr.), Associate Professor, Head of Scientific-Research Ecological Department, SurgutNIPIneft (Tyumen Branch); firstname.lastname@example.org
The morbidity and the death rate in our country remain a burning issue for both the scientists and the government. These factors show not only the living quality but also the index of all human development. The statistics analysis reveals that the situation with morbidity and the death rate is complicated. In some regions, the morbidity rate decreases while the death rate remains sustainable. In other regions, though, it increases, which harms the whole country. All these factors do not allow our country to stand in line with the most developed countries.
However, the situation differs in some regions, where the death and morbidity rates are rather low. The Tyumen Region stands among them.
This article observes the morbidity and death rates of rural population in municipal districts of the Tyumen Region. The existing studies show that the numbers for the rural population are bigger than in city districts. Yet in some cases, the rural inhabitants suffer fewer diseases than the city population. The first place take the respiratory deceases, followed by traumas and toxication, as well as the pregnancy problems. The main factor of the adults’ death involves the problems with blood circulating system, traumas, and neoplasms.