Online Atlas Of Cancer Mortality

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Mortality Statistics Rates of Brazil
http://mortalidade.inca.gov.br/
- Information available 24/7 all around the world
- Rates generated automatically, as soon as the official population and mortality data is available
- Analyze specific geographical areas
- Create ICD Groups(International Classification of Diseases)
- Create Data Base to be used by Business Intelligence Applications

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Online Atlas Of Cancer Mortality

  1. 1. Online Atlas of Cancer Mortality Authors: Marco Antonio Azevedo Maciel Renata de Souza Dias Zina Reis Pinheiro Marceli de Oliveira Santos Julio Fernando Pinto Oliveira Rejane de Souza Reis Claudio Pompeiano Noronha
  2. 2. Mortality Statistics Rates Goals Information available 24/7 all around the world Rates generated automatically, as soon as the official population and mortality data is available Analyze specific geographical areas Create ICD Groups (International Classification of Diseases) Create Data Base to be used by Business Intelligence Applications
  3. 3. Open Source Technology Tools Technologies • NetBeans 5.5 • Java • EMS SQL Manager 2005 • PostGreSQL • Toad Data Modeler • Struts 2 • Jude • Hibernate • MVC • JasperReports Server • JBoss/Tomcat
  4. 4. Parameters Parameters Locale - geographical regions ICD Groups Age Range Time period Gender - male, female or both Population and Mortality All input data is obtained from the official Mortality Information System (Brazil, Ministry of Health, Health Surveillance Department , DATASUS)
  5. 5. Areas of Study Locale – Geographical Regions Mortality and population information refers do distinct Brazilian cities Creation of delimited areas based on Brazilian cities Geographical areas traditionally analyzed (Standardized): – Brazil, – Macro regions (North, South, Southeast, Northeast and Middle West), – States (Federal Units, such as Goiás, Paraná, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Federal District, among others), – Capitals (Goiânia, Curitiba, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Brasília, and others) New possibilities, any combination of cities (Personalized): – 10 most populous cities – 100 most polluted cities – Greater Rio de Janeiro – Metropolitan Region of São Paulo – etcetera
  6. 6. ICD - International Classification of Disease Groups Possibility to create groups of Cancer: – Analyze any combination of topology Unlimited range of cancer sites studies: – The rates are based on World Population or Brazil Population, so, if the sample analyzed is too small, the rate will have no mining ICD traditionally analyzed (Standardized): – Boca, Bexiga, Pulmão, Fígado, … New possibilities, any combination of topology (Personalized): – “Sistema digestivo”, “Sistema Respiratório”, …
  7. 7. Application Main Functionalities Import – Data from official System Information – Declaration of Death; Population; ICD; Cities; Federal units Maintenance – Update population and mortality Information – Creation of Locale; ICD Groups and Report Details Calculation – Taxes and Rates – By Period, ICD Group; Gender, Age Range Reports – Tables and Graphics showing the Rates
  8. 8. Online Atlas of Cancer Mortality
  9. 9. Online Atlas of Cancer Mortality
  10. 10. Online Atlas of Cancer Mortality
  11. 11. Conclusion Improvement Add Geo-Referencing Maps Allow customized research Internationalization (I18N) Analyze others factors of suspicious risks Create new reports Customizing the system to attend others countries (specially about the input of data)
  12. 12. Conclusion Cancer Control The online Atlas user is able to explore any indicator, at anytime, anywhere, for any cancer site and to any pre-defined region in Brazil Thus new evidences can surface guiding better control of this disease
  13. 13. Thanks! Renata de Souza Dias Email re_sdias@yahoo.com.br Marco Antonio Azevedo Maciel E-mail: marcoa@inca.gov.br

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