Diseases of the genitourinary system - development of diagnoses and trends of all reported cases in German hospitals. (2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014)

Date: January 1, 2016
Pages: 10
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Publisher: data information intelligence GmbH
Report type: Strategic Report
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Diseases of the genitourinary system - development of diagnoses and trends of all reported cases in German hospitals. (2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014)
This report shows inpatient diagnosis numbers of diseases of the genitourinary system reported by all German hospitals between 2006 and 2014.

The data focuses on (1) glomerular diseases: e.g. acute nephritic syndrome; recurrent and persistent haematuria; isolated proteinuria with specified morphological lesion, (2) renal tubulo-interstitial diseases: e.g. acute tubulo-interstitial nephriti; obstructive and reflux uropathy; drug- and heavy-metal-induced tubulo-interstitial and tubular conditions, (3) renal failure: e.g. acute renal failure; chronic kidney disease; unspecified kidney failure, (4) urolithiasis: e.g. calculus of kidney and ureter; calculus of lower urinary tract; unspecified renal colic, (5) other disorders of kidney and ureter: e.g. disorders resulting from impaired renal tubular function; unspecified contracted kidney; small kidney of unknown cause, (6) other diseases of urinary system: e.g. cystitis; neuromuscular dysfunction of bladder; urethritis and urethral syndrome; urethral stricture, (7) diseases of male genital organs: e.g. hyperplasia of prostate; inflammatory diseases of prostate; hydrocele and spermatocele; torsion of testis; orchitis and epididymitis; male infertility; redundant prepuce; phimosis and paraphimosis, (8) disorders of breast: e.g. benign mammary dysplasia; inflammatory disorders of breast; hypertrophy of breast; unspecified lump in breast, (9) inflammatory diseases of female pelvic organs: e.g. salpingitis and oophoritis; inflammatory disease of uterus; inflammatory disease of cervix uteri; diseases of bartholin gland, (10) noninflammatory disorders of female genital tract: e.g. endometriosis; female genital prolapse; fistulae involving female genital tract; noninflammatory disorders of ovary; fallopian tube and broad ligament; polyp of female genital tract; erosion and ectropion of cervix uteri; dysplasia of cervix uteri; absent, scanty and rare menstruation; other abnormal uterine and vaginal bleeding; complications associated with artificial fertilization and (11) other disorders of the genitourinary system.

Altogether data for over 480 specific diagnoses are presented.

The report provides a general overview of diagnosis numbers, plus diagnoses per 100.000 inhabitants per federal state.

Furthermore, the “Top 5 diagnostic hospitals” – those with the most diagnoses of diseases of the genitourinary system – are identified. These data will support strategic business decisions and guide sales activities.
Introduction: Inpatient diagnosis numbers of diseases of the genitourinary system in German hospitals
Overview of all diseases of the genitourinary system in German hospitals: numbers aggregated for 11 disease areas
Diseases of the genitourinary system in German hospitals: Data for 480+ specific diagnosis + data aggregated for 11 disease areas
Market size per region: Diagnosis numbers aggregated for 11 disease areas by federal state
Procedures per 100.000: Data aggregated for 11 disease areas by 100.000 inhabitants per federal state
Top 5 diagnostic hospitals: Hospitals with most diagnoses of diseases of the digestive system

The excel report is very data driven and contains a lot of tables, charts and maps. If possible trends or growth rates are calculated.
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