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THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION .

689 in 2004 (Natioanl Health Objectives. 2001) .3 million (NCSB.636.Philippine is one of the populous countries in the world in 2000.projected to increase to 82. 1999) .75.THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION  Demographic profile . .

.6 years * 71.03 for males .249 people for every square kilometer of Philippine territory.28 for females * 66. average life expectancy at birth was 68.1999.THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION .

THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION .051) .annual population growth rate for the whole country is 2. urban areas is 3.Metro manila has the highest population density (16. 1986) the figure increased to 44% ten years later.CAR has the lowest (75) (National Health Objectives). .from the 37% of the total population in 1984 (unicef.3%. .4 per year. .

.High population density transmission of infectious and communicable diseases.THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION .Greater need for social services such as: decent housing education transportation health services communication .

High level of stress in congested areas leads to: disintegration of moral values and social institutions and contributes to the incidence of a number of health problems. including mental health problems.THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION . .

3 (28.4 per 1000 population Crude Death Rate (CDR) 6.1 per 1000 population.THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION  Health profile Birth and deaths Crude Birth Rate (CBR) in 1997 was 28.4 minus 6. The rate of natural increase in the country’s population for the same year was 22.1) for every 1000 population .

Rural women have more children than urban women.THE NATIONAL HELATH SITUATION . . 1999) . Those in the 25-29 age group have the highest fertility rate (national demographic and health survey. Uneducated women also have more children than those who are with college education. .

which is within the WHO global goal for IMR of less than 50/1000 live births. In 1995. . Under-five mortality rate or deaths of children below five years old in the same year was 67/1000 live births.THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION . .9 per 1000 live births. infant mortality rate (IMR) was 48.

8/1000 live births (DOH). Death rate among males is higher than females – referred as the “feminization” of old age. Maternal mortality rate (MMR) was 1. 1995) or 18 maternal deaths for every 10. .000 live births. .THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUAION .

Diseases of the Heart 2. Diseases of the Vascular System 3. Accidents . Malignant Neoplasm 4. Pneumonia 5.THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION Causes of morbidity and mortality  Mortality (2000) 1.

Diabetes Mellitus 10.THE NATIONAL HEALTH SITUATION 6. Tuberculosis. Nephrotic Syndrome and Nephrosis . all forms 7. Certain conditions originating in the Perinatal period 9. Nephritis. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Allied Conditions 8.

It is the number of deaths that occur in the first year of life for 1000 live births. The infant mortality rate is also called the infant death rate. .INFANT MORTALITY RATE  Infant mortality rate (IMR) is the number of newborns dying under a year of age divided by the number of live births during the year times 1000.

inadequate health care delivery system . Infant mortality rate is one of the most sensitive indicators of health status of a country or community. unhealthy environment 3. poor maternal conditions 2.INFANT MORTALITY RATE . Results from: 1.

Ten (10) Leading Causes Number & Rate/1000 Livebirths & Percentage Distribution Philippines. 2005 were: .

000 live births is also declining in the country. . Regional data also show a wide variation among the different regions in the country. Child Mortality rate  The child mortality rate (CMR) per 1.000 live births between 1993 and 1997 and remained at that level between 1999 and 2003.000 live births between 1988 and 1992 and went down to 12 per 1.  CMR was estimated at 19 deaths per 1.

followed by MIMAROPA at 25 per 1.000 population.000 live births. The most common causes of child deaths are pneumonia at 37. Child mortality rate is lowest in Central Luzon and CALABARZON at six per 1.1 per 100. and diarrheas at 16. accidents at 17.000 live births.000 population. followed by Cagayan Valley and NCR at eight per 1.000 live births.000 population (PHS 2000). 2003 .6 per 100.8 deaths per 100. It is highest in ARMM at 33 per 1.  Source: National Demographic and Health Survey.000 live births (NDHS 2003).

Accidents 839 506 1. 5-9. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 174 164 338 4.540 1.341 2. & Rate/100.76 2. 2000 Cause 1-4 Years Male Female Both Sexes Rate* 1. Measles 452 425 877 11. DOH .000 population Philippines.43 and allied conditions 10.01 6. Congenital anomalies 350 337 687 9. 10-14) & Sex No.50 5.54 9.88 7.345 17.231 16.881 37. Malignant Neoplasm 219 153 372 4. Meningitis 201 155 356 4. Ten (10) Leading Causes of Child Mortality By Age-Group (1-4. Septicemia 173 173 346 4. Pneumonia 1.38 •rate per 100. Diarrheas and gastroenteritis of 685 546 1.000 population of corresponding age-group Source: Philippine Health Statistics 2000.67 8.63 3. Other protein-calorie malnutrition 175 159 334 4.14 presumed infectious origin 4.

Septicemia 79 53 132 1. Accidents 1. Diseases of the heart 99 75 174 1. Congenital Anomalies 135 131 266 2.55 10.82 2.000 population of corresponding age-group Source: Philippine Health Statistics 2000. Cause 5-9 Years Male Female Both Sexes Rate* 1.03 3. Meningitis 105 95 200 2.97 4.41 * rate per 100.044 618 1. Tuberculosis.15 7. DOH . Other diseases of the nervous system 118 83 201 2.19 infectious origin 6.87 9.14 8. Pneumonia 368 288 656 7. all forms 83 62 145 1. Diarrheas and gastroenteritis of presumed 112 92 204 2.85 5.662 17. Malignant Neoplasm 201 169 370 3.

59 nephrosis 10. Congenital Anomalies 85 96 181 2. nephritic syndrome and 63 75 138 1. All Forms 97 77 174 2. DOH . Malignant neoplasm 223 174 397 4.88 2.58 3. Accidents 938 440 1.33 4.000 population of corresponding age-group Source: Philippine Health Statistics 2000. Meningitis 107 60 167 1.28 rate per 100.378 15.09 6.14 5. Pneumonia 188 171 359 4. Other diseases of the nervous system 101 60 167 1. Cause 10-14 Years Male Female Both Sexes Rate* 1.92 9. Septicemia 77 34 111 1.92 8. Nephritis.01 7. Tuberculosis. Diseases of the heart 189 187 376 4.

" Infant morbidity refers to the babies that are born with health problems and live.INFANT MORBIDITY  Infant illness or infant sickness is often called "infant morbidity. .