Makimbetov E*, Kamarli ZP and Tumanbaev A
Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
*Corresponding Author: Makimbetov E, Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Received: July 25, 2022; Published:
Stomach cancer (SC) remains one of the most common diseases in the world. Almost more than 1 million cases are registered annually. In the vast majority of countries, the incidence of SC in men is 2 times higher than in women. The incidence rate varies quite widely-from high rates in Asian countries and low rates in North America, Africa. In this original paper we demonstrated the incidence rate of SC at the former Soviet Union country (Kyrgyz Republic). We analyzed the state of incidence rate in Kyrgyzstan in 462 patients with stomach cancer during 2017. The registered cases of SC were additionally provided with data on the total and sexual population of the studied region. Age-specific or age-specific indicators of morbidity in a certain age class are calculated as the ratio of the number of cases of SC in this age class to the corresponding population multiplied by 100 000. Standardized incidence rates were determined by the direct method of standardization of morbidity rates using the world standard population. In the structure of oncological morbidity of the population of Kyrgyzstan in 2017, the first place was occupied by SC with an intensive (crude) rate of 10.0 per 100 000 population. The highest incidence of SC was registered in the Naryn region-19.6 per 100 000, and the lowest-in the Batken region (5.5). High incidence age specific rates were also noted in the age groups 55-59 and 60-64 years (48.6-58.0 per 100 000, respectively). Incidence rate of SC in male was 2 times high comparing female-22.7 and 10.5, respectively. This results obtained make it possible to form groups of increased risk for stomach cancer and optimize preventive measures.
Keywords: Gastric; Cancer; Kyrgyz Republic
Citation: Makimbetov E., et al. “Gastric Cancer Incidence at the Kyrgyz Republic". Acta Scientific Gastrointestinal Disorders 5.8 (2022): .
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