Regions of the Russian Federation, leaders in healthy and unhealthyfor children

Update: February 2019

ONF experts who analyzed data on health groups
children, found that the largest number of absolutely healthy children
lives in Chechen, Kabardino-Balkaria and Karachay-Cherkessia
republics. St. Petersburg entered the group of disadvantaged
districts: almost a quarter of children in the city have 3-5 groups
health

In 2017, the child population of the Russian Federation was divided into groups
health as follows:

  • 25,8% — 1 Первая группа здоровья – это
    children who do not have abnormalities according to selected criteria that are not
    sick or rarely sick during the observation period.
  • 57,2% — 2 Вторая группа — здоровые дети с
    risk of developing chronic diseases.
  • 14,8% — 3 Третья группа — дети с
    chronic or congenital diseases with rare and mild
    downstream exacerbations.
  • 0,5% — 4 Четвертая группа – дети с
    frequent exacerbations that reduce functionality
    organism.
  • 1,7% — 5 Пятая группа — дети с тяжелыми
    congenital malformations and chronic diseases with
    disability.

Groups are established during preventive examinations and
may change over time. ONF experts ranked the regions
for the health of children and adolescents.

  • The most “healthy” region – Kabardino-Balkaria Republic
    (53.1% of children with 1 g. Of health);
  • The second and third place respectively – Chechen (50.8%) and
    Karachay-Cherkess Republic (47.4%).

Next come: Moscow Region (46%), Stavropol Territory
(44.7%), Sevastopol (44.1%), Orenburg (43.4%), Sakhalin
(41.9%), Novosibirsk (39.4%) regions and the Republic of Adygea
(39%).

Unfavorable areas with the largest proportion of children classified as
3-5 health groups recognized:

  • Nenets Autonomous District (33.5%),
  • Republic of Ingushetia (28.4%),
  • Chelyabinsk (26.5%),
  • Yaroslavskaya (25.9%),
  • Nizhny Novgorod (25.7%)
  • Astrakhan (24.8%) areas
  • Petersburg (24%),
  • Saratov region (23.3%),
  • The Republic of Dagestan and the Sverdlovsk Region (22.3% each).

The director of the Health Foundation, Edward Gavrilov, noted that in
adverse areas need to analyze all the factors that
can lead to an improvement in the situation (to establish a regular
physical activity of children, provide high-quality medical
help and others) and eliminate as much as possible the risk factors that worsen
health.

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