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Analysis on distribution characteristics and tendency of lungc ancer in Zhoushan islands from 1999 to 2013 years
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Pages: 91-93,97
Year: Issue:  2
Journal: Chinese Journal of Hospital Statistics

Keyword:  Lung cancerConstituent ratioHospitalized cases;
Abstract: Objective To investigate the distribution and trend of lung cancer in Zhoushan islands, and to provide the basis for lung cancer prevention and research.Methods The cases of lung cancer were collected from 1999 to 2013 years, and then divided into three groups according to the discharge time, the first period (1999-2003), the second period (2004-2008), and the third period (2009-2013).The data were analyzed with SPSS13.0.Results Lung cancer was 16.87%, 17.42%, and 20.16%of malignant tumors in three periods.Theratio was 18.53% and ranked the top from 1999 to 2013.the sex ratio of male and female was 3.66, 2.46, 1.96, showing a downward trend (r=-0.709, P=0.003).The mean age was 62.77 ± 11.22.Patients of 50 to 79 years old accounted for 81.73%.male patients under 50 years old accounted for 10.44% and the proportion was reducing, while those over 60 years old accounted for 64.70%and the proportion was increasing.the proportion of female patients under 40 years old was increasing and those from Dinghai and Putuo Districts accounted for 85.49%of lung canc-er patients.Conclusion From the second period, lung cancer has been ranked first and the proportion was gradually increasing. The sex ratio of male and female was decreasing.The patients tended to have a late onset age and the proportion of the elderly was increasing.the male patients tended to be aging and young women incidences were increasing.More patients were from Ding-hai, Putuo Districts.
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