© V.P. Shestakov, A.A. Svintsov, T.S. Chernyakina, S.A. Ovcharenko, K.V. Chepik, 2010
Shestakov V. P, Svintsov A.A., Chernyakina T.S., Ovcharenko S.A., Chepik К.V. Analysis of primary physical inability dynamic parameters due to craniocerebral trauma // Preventive and Clinical Medicine. – 2010. - № 2 (35). – P.
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Summary: Рurpose of the study – to define and estimate the dynamics of prevalence of primary physical inability of citizens due to craniocerebral trauma depending on a place of residence, age and physical inability group. Material: Results of the primary examination of citizens (Russian Federation) at the age of 18 and over because of consequences of head injuries (Class MKB-10 Т90) for the period of 2005-2008. Methods: Statistical analysis of primary physical inability parameters. Results: Figures for primary physical inability as a consequence of craniocerebral trauma were higher in countryside, than in urban settlements and than on the average across the Russian Federation. The maximum level was registered among middle aged persons, and minimum – in persons of advanced age. The highest figures were registered in II and III groups of physical inability. In Siberian and Far East Federal districts (FD) the parameter of primary physical inability of I group was above the mean parameter across the Russian Federation in all the analyzed years, II group - in Southern and Siberian FD, III group - only in Southern FD. The figures for primary physical inability of II and III groups considerably exceeding those across the Russian Federation were in the Chechen republic. For 4 years the level of primary physical inability both across the Russian Federation, and also in urban settlements and countryside, as well as in all federal districts, age groups and physical inability groups decreased. The obtained statistical