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Título: Conociendo a quien cuidamos: Informe de salud de Langreo
Autores: Herrero Blanco, Sara
Castrillón Chamadoira, Elisabeth
Bueno Pérez, Arancha
García Fernández, María
Palabras Claves: Historia
Población
Morbilidad
Mortalidad
Cambio social
Demografía
Recursos humanos
Langreo
Fecha Edición: 24-May-2020
Editor: SEAPA
Cita Bibliográfica: Herrero-Blanco S, Castrillón-Chamadoira E, Bueno-Pérez A, García-Fernández M. Conociendo a quién cuidamos: Informe de salud de Langreo. RqR Enfermería Comunitaria (Revista de SEAPA). 2020 Mayo; 8 (1): 42-54.
Resumen: In this study, we have contextualized the situation in the municipality of Langreo (Asturias) in the last two decades. It is aimed at understanding the origins, evolution, and current health state of this population, analyzing the main causes of morbidity and mortality. The general objective is knowing about the context of the population of Langreo. Specific objectives: Establishing the historic, social, demographic and economic context, identifying the causes of morbidity and identifying the causes of and mortality. The authors present a bibliographic review of the history, characteristics of the municipality of Langreo (Asturias), and the situation of its population. The following databases were used as online search tools: CSIC, PubMed, Google Académico, and reports from official institutions (INE, OBSA, SADEI). The keywords used in the search were morbidity, mortality, Langreo, population, using the Boolean operators AND and NOT. Offline search (book and article format) was carried out at the Langreo municipal library and at general registries. With the course of time, there have been important changes in lifestyle and the population in this area that directly affect the health in this community. Lifestyle constitutes a determining factor in the development of the most frequent medical conditions. Chronic illnesses, very common in primary health care, are the major cause of mortality.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/13168
ISSN: 2254-8270
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