Table_5_Global Burden of Bacterial Skin Diseases: A Systematic Analysis Combined With Sociodemographic Index, 1990–2019.docx (63.06 kB)
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posted on 25.04.2022, 14:11 authored by Yi Xue, Jie Zhou, Bei-Ni Xu, Yue Li, Wu Bao, Xia Lin Cheng, Yan He, Chun Peng Xu, Jun Ren, Ya rong Zheng, Chi Yu Jia
Background

The latest incidence and disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs) of major bacterial skin diseases (BSD) and their relationship with socioeconomic are not readily available.

Objective

Describe the global age-standardized incidence and DALYs rates of BSD and analyze their relationship with socioeconomic.

Methods

All data were obtained from Global Burden of Disease (GBD) 2019 database. The correlation between BSD and socioeconomic development status was analyzed.

Results

The age-standardized incidence and age-standardized DALYs rate of BSD are: 169.72 million [165.28–175.44] and 0.41 million [0.33–0.48]. Of the two main BSD, pyoderma cause significantly much heavier burden than cellulitis. The change of age-standardized incidence (7.38% [7.06–7.67]) and DALYs (−10.27% [−25.65 to 25.45]) rate of BSD presented an upward or downward trend from 1990 to 2019. The highest burden was in the low-middle sociodemographic index (SDI) area while the area with the lowest burden was recorded in the high-middle SDI area in 2019.

Limitations

GBD 2019 data of BSD are derived from estimation and mathematical modeling.

Conclusion

The burden of BSD is related to socioeconomic development status. The results based on GBD2019 data may benefit policymakers in guiding priority-setting decisions for the global burden of BSD.

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