Clin Surg | Volume 7, Issue 1 | Research Article | Open Access

Healthy Years of Life Lost in Shaanxi Province, Western China: An Evidence from the 2018 National Health Service Survey

Xinlei Miao1,2, Qiong Wu3, Jun Chen4, Wen Meng5, Zhiyuan Wu1,2, Lin Ren4, Yue Cai6, Xiuhua Guo1,2, Xiang Zhang7 and Qun Meng1,8*

1School of Public Health, Capital Medical University, China
2Beijing Municipal Key Laboratory of Clinical Epidemiology, China
3Big Data Office of Statistic Information Center, National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, China
4Health Information Center of Shaanxi Province, China
5Chinese Medical Doctor Association, China
6Statistic Office of Statistic Information Center, National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, China
7Information Management Center, Affiliated Zhongshan Hospital of Dalian University, China
8Comprehensive Supervision Bureau, National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, China

*Correspondance to: Qun Meng 

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Abstract

of Life Lost (HYLL). Methods: The missing data was inserted using multiple interpolation methods. The self-reported healthy life expectancy was estimated using Sullivan method, and HYLL is the difference between life expectancy and health-adjusted life expectancy. Logistic regression model was used to judge the association between health-related factors and disease risk. Results: The HYLL at 10 years old is 11.36 years old, and the HYLL is higher in female than male since 55 years old. In the total population, lower years of education (OR=1.526, 95% CI [1.263- 1.845]), no tooth brushing (1.847, 1.514-2.253), and overweight or obesity (1.280, 1.101-1.487) are more likely to occur sick. Risk association of health-related factors with disease varies between sexes and areas. Conclusion: Social factors, lifestyle factors and metabolic factors are exposed to disease risk and HYLL. Health education in rural areas and female groups should be strengthened, and additional attention should be paid to the additional HYLL caused by occupational health and oral health.

Citation:

Miao X, Wu Q, Chen J, Meng W, Wu Z, Ren L, et al. Healthy Years of Life Lost in Shaanxi Province, Western China: An Evidence from the 2018 National Health Service Survey. Clin Surg. 2022; 7: 3457..

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