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Health Trends in Brazil

  1. 1. Health Trends in BrazilBasic Health and Demographic Indicators Prepared by Brazil Pharma News April 2013
  2. 2. DisclaimerThis presentation was prepared in order to provide the general public a an updated overview onBrazil’s public health trends. The great majority of information contained in this presentation wasoriginally published by IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) and the BrazilianMinistry of Health and is of public domain. Therefore, the author of this work does not claimauthorship and ownership of any information originally published elsewhere. The resources listedmay direct the reader to local government agencies websites which content is communicated inPortuguese. The free translation content is made to the best of our knowledge. Therefore, BrazilPharma News does not warrant the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information translatedin the following slides. In addition, some items may not be fully translated into English, includinggraphs, photos or print screen documents. Brazil Pharma News does not endorse the use of anyweb translation tools; other translation services may be used to view our site. The informationreported in this presentation does not necessarily reflect our official position on the subject, nor ofany present or past associated employers of the author. Some web links may be time‐sensitive.These links may move or expire as the news changes throughout the time. Some sources mayrequire registration or fee‐based subscriptions. Any person or entities that rely on informationobtained from the system does so at his or her own risk. The commercial use or unauthorizeddistribution of the contents in this presentation without prior consent is prohibited. If you have anysuggestions or comments, please contact us by using the feedback form available at Contact Us. Brazil Pharma News
  3. 3. Federative Republic of Brazil  • Population: 205 million people (July 2012 est.) • Total land are: 3,287,597 sq. mi. • GDP: US$ 2.324 trillion (2011) • GDP Growth: 2.7% (2011) • One major official language: Portuguese  • Government: Presidential system,  Constitutional republic, Federal republic • Population concentration in major urban areas:  São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Porto  Alegre, Brasilia. • Urbanization: 40% metropolitan • Life expectancy at birth : 74.08 yrs (2011 est.) • Total health expenditures (2006): US$ 87.3  billion • Health expenditure as % GDP: 9 (2009) Sources:  World Bank , World Fact Book: Central Intelligence  Agency and IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics)     
  4. 4. Basic Health Data Indicators  (IDB) Brazil 2011The Basic Health Data and Indicators (IDB) are the product of an integrated work led by the PAHO, theBrazilian Ministry of Health, Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), Institute of Economic Research(IPEA) and the Ministry of Social Welfare. The IDBs were elaborated by representative technical andscientific institutions directly involved with the production and analysis of data of interest to national healthsystems.The IDBs presented indicators by regions, states, Federal District and metropolitan areas of city capitals.Each indicator contains a corresponding qualification sheet designed to guide users in the aspects ofconceptualization, interpretation, uses, limitations, calculation methods and data sources.The information published at the IBGE web site is the result of joint efforts of dozens of experts linked toorgans and entities of different origins, working in committees, working groups and technical coordination.DATASUS is responsible to organize all the information, produce the IDB data sheets and generate theinternet reports containing basic data and calculated indicators. The IDB is published on an annual basisand incorporate improvements corresponding to the progressive improvement of databases.These IDBs are expected to be utilized in the analysis of current health and trends, subsidizing publicauthorities at all levels of management and the social participation in SUS as well as the technical-scientific community and the instances of political representation in the country. Source: Indicadores e Dados Básicos - Brasil – 2011 (RIPSA)
  5. 5. 2000 169,799,170  2001 172,381,455  2002 174,632,960  2003 176,871,437  2004 181,586,030  2005 184,184,264  2006 186,770,560  2007 189,335,191  2008 189,612,814  2009 191,481,045  2010 190,755,799  Total Population of Brazil Data analysis: Brazil Pharma NewsData source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  6. 6. Population distribution by region (2010) Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News North Northeast 14,058,094  Southeast 15,864,454  South Midwest 27,386,891  53,081,950  80,364,410  Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  7. 7. Gross Birth Rate Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News21.23  20.12  19.46  18.83  18.48  17.73  17.08  16.56  16.39  15.98  15.78 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011 IBGE / Preliminary Demographic Projections MS / SVS / Born Alive Information System - SINASC
  8. 8. 2000 2.36  2001 2.22  2002 2.15  2003 2.08  2004 2.05  2005 2.01  2006 1.95  2007 1.90  2008 1.84  Overall Fertility Rate 2009 1.84  2010 1.82  Data analysis: Brazil Pharma NewsData source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  9. 9. Fertility rate by year and age group Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News  0.16000 15  to 19  years  0.14000 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years  0.12000 30 to 34 years  0.10000 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years  0.08000 45 to 49 years  0.06000  0.04000  0.02000  ‐ 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  10. 10. 2000 66.7  74.4  2001 67.1  74.7  2002 67.4  75.0  2003 67.7  75.3  2004 68.0  75.6  2005 68.4  75.9  2006 68.7  76.2  2007 68.8  76.4  2008 69.1  76.7  2009 69.4  77.0  2010 69.7  77.3  Life Expectancy at Birth Men Women Data analysis: Brazil Pharma NewsData source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  11. 11. 2000 28.9  2001 29.8  2002 30.5  2003 31.3  2004 33.0  2005 33.9  2006 32.4  2007 36.2  2008 37.9  2009 39.5  Population Aging Index 2010 44.8  Data analysis: Brazil Pharma NewsData source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  12. 12. 2000 7.8  9.3  2001 7.9  9.4  2002 8.0  9.5  2003 8.1  9.7  2004 8.2  9.9  2005 8.3  10.0  2006 8.3  9.9  2007 8.7  10.5  2008 9.0  10.8  2009 9.2  11.1  2010 9.8  11.7  Men Women Proportion of Elderly Population Data analysis: Brazil Pharma NewsData source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  13. 13. Population Aging Index in Major Regions
  14. 14. Child mortality rate Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News North41.57  Northeast Southeast South Midwest28.62 20.92  20.97 19.15  19.09 17.03  15.93  13.43  11.58  2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  15. 15. % Mortality by Age Group in 2010 Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News 80 years or more 25.79  75 a 79 ayears 10.46  70 a 74 years 9.92  65 a 69 years 8.39  60 a 64 years 7.54  55 a 59 years 6.73  50 a 54 years 5.78  45 a 49 years 4.66  40 a 44 years 3.58  35 a 39 years 2.83  30 a 34 years 2.64  25 a 29 years 2.54  20 a 24 years 2.46  15 a 19 years 1.67  10 a 14 years 0.50  5 a 9 years 0.37  1 a 4 years 0.62  Up to 1 year old 3.52  Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  16. 16. % Mortality by Group Causes 2010 Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News Infectious and parasitic diseases 4.6  Neoplasias 20.5  16.9  Circulatory system diseases Respiratory system diseases Perinatal period conditions External caues Other defined causes13.6  2.2  30.9  11.3  Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  17. 17. Circulatory  System Diseases Mortality Rate (2010) Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News Ischemic heart disease Cerebrovascular diseases 52  Other circulatory system diseases 66  52  Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  18. 18. Malignant Neoplasm Mortality rate (2010)  Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News Lung, trachea and bronchi Esophagus 11.5  Stomach 4.0  Colon, rectum, recto‐sigmoid junction and anus Female breast 7.0  Cervix Prostate46.9  Other locations 7.0  13.1  5.1  13.7  Specific mortality rate: deaths per 100,000 inhabitants. Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  19. 19. Incidence of Malignant Neoplasm by Region Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News 2010-2011 Women Midwest 9.0  Men 15.6  Southeast 16.1  34.6  Southeast 11.4  21.4  Northeast 5.7  9.1  North 5.1  8.0  Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  20. 20. Major Malignant Neoplasm by Gender Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News2010-2011 Esophagus 60.5  55.1  Stomach 53.8  49.3  Colon, rectum, rectosigmoid junction, anus and anal canal Female breast Cervix Prostate Lip and oral cavity 18.5  14.3 13.7  14.8  Skin (melanoma) 10.6  8.1  7.7  Skin (non‐melanoma) 3.0  2.7  3.8  2.9  ‐ ‐ ‐ Men Women 2010-2011 Incidence/100,000 inhabitants. Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  21. 21. Transmissive Diseases Mortality Rate (2010) Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News Acute respiratory infections 29.4  AIDS 6.4  Sepsis, except neonatal 6.8  Meningitis 0.9 Diseases preventable by immunization 0.4  Vector‐borne diseases and rabies 3.2  Tuberculosis 2.4  Intestinal infectious diseases 2.4  Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  22. 22. SUS hospitalization rate by disease groups (2010) Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News Malignat Neoplasm Diabetes mellitus 22.6  Stroke High blood pressure dieases Ischemic heart diseases 39.9  Pneumonia 7.8  8.8  6.9  11.6  SUS: Unified Health System. Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  23. 23. SUS Hospitalization rate due to external causes (2010) Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News Fall Transport accidents Intoxication 17.6  Assaults 19.1  Voluntary lesions Other external causes 0.5  2.4  0.7  8.4  SUS: Unified Health System. Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  24. 24. Prevalence of SUS dialysis patients  Data analysis: Brazil Pharma News 250.0 206.1  Up to 30 years 184.1  30 a 59 years 200.0 162.9  60 years or more 153.8  150.6  140.2  118.7  117.3  150.0 100.0 47.4  47.0  45.7  45.4  45.0  44.3  41.0  39.7   50.0 ‐ ‐ ‐  ‐ 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 SUS: Unified Health System. Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  25. 25. Incidence of diseases 2000 2010 2000 2010 Measles 36 72 American cutaneous  19.9/*** 11.6/*** leishmaniasis Diphtheria 58 33 Visceral leishmaniasis 2.9/*** 1.8/*** Whooping cough 1,236 607 Leprosy 25.4/*** 18.8/*** Neonatal tetanus 42 7 Malaria 3.6/* 1.7/* Tetanus, except 520 322 neonatal Congenital syphilis 4,161 6,917 Yellow fever 85 2 Rubella 15,413 ‐ Human rabies 26 7 Meningitis 29,433  20,528 (2001) Hepatitis B 8,692 13,778 Leptospirosis 3,713  3,811 Hepatitis C 5,961 11,448 (2001) Cholera 733 ‐ Tuberculosis 47.8/*** 37.6/*** Hemorrhagic dengue  63.9/*** 514.1/*** Dengue 63.9/*** 514.1/*** fever Annual malaria  3.6/* 1.7/* parasite incidence * incidence per 1,000 inhabitants ** per 10,000 inhabitants ***per 100,000 inhabitants Data source: IDB (IBGE) Brasil 2011
  26. 26. ResourcesBasic Data Index (IDB 2011) 
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