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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 10/2013
ISBN: 9787811369601, 7811369605
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" Chinese Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook 2013 " is a reflection of China's health planning career development and the health status of the annual data . This book contains the country and statistics 31 provinces, autonomous regions , municipalities, health planning and career development of the current health of the residents , as well as national statistics historically important year. The book is " China Statistical Yearbook of Health and Family Planning " 2013 volumes, incorporate content by the end of 2012.
 
" China Statistical Yearbook 2013 health and family planning ," the book is divided into 16 parts, namely: medical and health institutions , health workers , health facilities, health financing , health care , primary health care services , Chinese medicine services , maternal and child health , health of the people and nutritional status , disease control and public health, sick and injured residents of the cause of death , food safety and health surveillance, health care, demographic indicators , attach the main socio-economic indicators , the world health. A brief description of each chapter before setting and interpretation of key indicators , a brief description of the principal elements of this major , data sources , statistical coverage , statistical methods and historical changes .
 
" Chinese Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook 2013 " Source
( A ) This information is mainly derived from the annual health statistics report , some from sample surveys .
( B) the demographic and socio-economic data from " China Statistical Yearbook " and the Ministry of Public Security , Ministry of Education , Ministry of Civil Affairs statistics, basic medical insurance for urban residents in the data taken from the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security , national health data extracted from the World Health Organization , " World Health statistics . "
" Chinese Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook 2013 " statistical
( A ) In addition to the administrative division , the national statistics were not covered in the book include the Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR and Taiwan Province .
( B) The three former Ministry of Health revised the " national health survey system } , appropriate adjustments to the medical and health institutions and statistical personnel , resulting in 1996,2002,2007 changes in institutions and a large number of personnel .
( C) the village health agencies , personnel, and clinic visits were included in the total number of health care institutions , the total number of health personnel , the total number of people in treatment ( no longer a separate village health statistics ) .
" Chinese Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook 2013 " statistical grouping
( A ) Institutional Category : Medical and health institutions into hospitals, primary health care institutions , professional public health agencies , other agencies into four categories. Hospitals , including general hospitals , Chinese medicine hospitals , Integrative Medicine Hospital , National Hospital , various specialist hospitals and nursing homes , not including the prevention and treatment of disease specialist hospital , maternity and child care and nursing homes ; primary health care institutions , including community health service centers ( stations ) , township ( street ) hospitals and village clinics , clinics, clinic ( clinic ) ; professional and public health agencies , including the Centers for Disease control and Prevention , specialist agencies disease prevention , health education agencies, maternal and child health agencies, emergency centers ( stations ) , mining blood supply to the body , health oversight agencies , health department head ( excluding temporary head of the health department ) family planning technical service institutions ; other health care institutions, including nursing homes , medical research institutes , medical service training institutions , medical examination center , talent exchange centers , statistics information centers and other health institutions.
(B ) Registration : divided into public and non-public health care institutions . Public health institutions , including Registration Office for the state and collective health institutions ; non-public medical institutions , including associates , joint-stock cooperative , private , Taiwan, Hong Kong and foreign investment and other health care institutions .
Registration into the hospital by public hospitals and private hospitals, public hospitals means economic types of state and collective -run hospitals ; private hospital means a hospital other than the public hospitals , including associates , joint-stock cooperative , private , Taiwan, Hong Kong and foreign investment and other hospitals .
(C ) Organizers: to medical institutions registered as the basis, divided into government-run social office and private office . Government-run health care institutions, including medical and health institutions Health ( Health IPPF ) administration and education , civil affairs, public security , judicial and other governmental authorities organized ; run health institutions , including social enterprises, institutions , social organizations and other social organizations to do .
(D ) the eastern, central and western regions : the eastern region includes Beijing , Tianjin, Hebei, Liaoning, Shanghai , Jiangsu, Zhejiang , Fujian, Shandong, Guangdong , Hainan, 11 provinces and municipalities ; Central region includes Shanxi, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Anhui , Jiangxi, Henan, Hubei , Hunan ; western regions including Inner Mongolia , Chongqing, Guangxi, Sichuan , Guizhou, Yunnan , Tibet, Shaanxi, Gansu , Qinghai, Ningxia , Xinjiang , autonomous regions and municipalities.
( Five ) and rural : 1949 to 1984 before medical institutions and personnel and their beds by urban, rural groups , 1985 - 2004 grouped by fighting since 2005 by urban, rural groups. Cities, including municipalities, district and local level municipal districts, counties and county-level cities , including rural areas , towns and village health hospital included in the countryside.
Sixth, the use of symbols "space" , said Yuan numbers, " ... " indicates a number is unknown , "①" indicates a comment below.
Table of Contents
First, the medical and health institutions
  A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 1 )
  1-1-1 number of health institutions ( 3 )
  1-1-22012 by Region Medical number ( 4 ) health institutions
  1-1-32012年number of various types of health care ( 6 ) organization
  1-2-1 Number of hospitals ( by Registration / organizers / management category / class / organization category ) ( 10 )
  1-2-22012 Region in a number of public hospitals ( 11 )
  1-2-32012 Region in the number of private hospitals ( 12 )
  1-3-12012 of the Hospital level case ( 13 )
  1-3-22012 by Region hospital grade cases ( 14 )
  1-4-12012 the Hospital number ( 15 ) grouped according to the number of beds
  1-4-22012 by Region grouped according to the number of hospital beds in the number ( 16 )
  1-5 Number of primary health care institutions ( by Registration / organizers / management sector / category ) ( 17 )
  1-6-12012 by Region grouped by number of beds in community health service centers ( stations ) number ( 18 )
  1-6-22012 Region in several towns grouped by number of beds in hospitals . | (19)
  1-6-3 village health number ( 20 )
  1-7 number of public health professionals ( by Registration / organizer / agency category ) ( 21 ) organization
Second, the health personnel
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 23 )
  2-1-1 ugly raw number ( 25 ) staff
  2-1-22012年several types of medical and health institutions ( 26 ) staff
  2-1-32012 of Health Personnel ( by Rural / Registration / organizer points ) ( 30 )
  2-1-42010 of Health staff gender, age, education, job title composition ( % ) ( 31 )
  2-1-52012 of Health staff gender, age, education, job title composition ( % ) ( 32 )
  2-1-6 regional health personnel number ( 33 )
  2-1-72012 Region in the number of health personnel ( City ) ( 34 )
  2-1-82012 Region in the number of ( rural ) ( 35 ) health personnel
  2-2-1 number per thousand population health technology ( 36 ) staff
  2-2-22012 number per thousand population health technical personnel for each area ( 37 )
  2-3-12010 Practitioners ( assistant) doctors gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 38 )
  2-3-22012 Practitioners ( assistant) doctors gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 39 )
  2-3-3 each category practicing ( assistant ) number of physicians ( 40 )
  2-3-42012 All- GP number ( 40 )
  2-3-52012 Region in each category of practicing ( assistant ) number of physicians and general practitioners ( 41 )
  2-3-6 Division practicing ( assistant ) doctors Composition ( % ) ( 42 )
  2-4-12012 the Hospital staff number ~ ( 43 )
  2-4-2 regional hospital number ( 44 ) staff
  2-4-32010 of the Hospital staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 45 )
  2-4-42012 the Hospital staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 46 )
  2-5-1 number of primary care workers and health institutions ( 47 ]
  2-5-2 various regions of primary health care institutions (48 ) staff
  2-6-1 regional community health service centers ( stations ) (49 ) staff
  2-6-22010 Community Health Center staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 50 )
  2-6-32012 Community Health Center staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 51 )
  2-7-1 various regions of the number of personnel township hospitals , ( 52 )
  2-7-22010 township hospitals staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 53 )
  2-7-32012 township hospitals staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 54 )
  2-8-1 number of rural doctors and health workers ( 55 )
  2-8-2 village health number ( 55 ) staff
  2-8-3 village clinics Personnel by Region ( 56 )
  2-9-1 number of professional public health agencies ( 57 ) staff
  2-9-2 number of public health agencies prepare regional professional staff ' ( 58 )
  2-10-1 regional MCH ( stations) the number of staff ( 59 )
  2-10-22010 MCH centers ( stations) personnel gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 60 )
  2-10-32012 MCH centers ( stations) personnel gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 61 )
  2-11-1 CDC regional staff count ( 62 )
  2-11-22010 disease control and prevention center staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 63 )
  2-11-32012 disease control and prevention center staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 64 )
  2-12-1 regional Health Authority ( center ) the number of staff ( 65 )
  2-12-2 Health Authority ( center ) staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) ( 66 )
  2 - 13 -1 medical professionals and student enrollment number ( 67 ) in school
  2-13-2 medical graduate numbers ( 68 )
  2-13-3 district school graduate ( 69 )
Third, health facilities
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 71 )
  3-1-1 number of beds in medical institutions ( ten thousand ) ( 73 )
  3-1-22012年number of beds in various medical and health institutions f 74)
  3-1-32012 Region in health institutions number of beds ( 76 )
  3-1-4 beds per thousand population number of health care institutions ( 78 )
  3-1-52012 Polyclinic Medical and health institutions and constitute the number of beds ( 79 )
  3-1-62012 by Region Polyclinic hospital beds ( 80 )
  3-2 Number of Hospital Beds ( 82 )
  3-3 beds primary health care institutions ( 83 )
  3-42012 yuan Medical and health institutions Number of units ( 84 ) Equipment
  3-5-12012 Medical and health institutions building area ( square meters ) ( 86 )
  3-5-22012 afternoon, government-run health institutions building area ( square meters ) ( 88 )
Fourth, health funding
  A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 89 )
4-1-1 Total Health Expenditure ( 9] )
4-1-22011 Total Health Expenditure by Region One ( 92 )
4-1-3 government expenditure on health ( 93 )
4-1-4 proportion of government expenditure on health ( 94 )
4-1-5 urban and rural health care expenditures ( 95 )
4-2-12012年various medical and health institutions of the assets and liabilities ( million) ( 96 )
  4-2-22012 Medical and health institutions of the assets and liabilities ( by Registration / organizer / regions ) ( 98 )
  4-2-32012 the government run health institutions assets and liabilities ( 99 )
  4-3-12012年various medical and health institutions , income and expenses ( 100 )
  4-3-22012 Medical and health institutions , income and expenses ( by Registration / organizer / regions ) ( 102 )
  4-4-1 public hospital revenues and expenses ( 103 )
  4-4-22012 Levels in the income and expenditure of public hospitals (104 )
  4-4-3 General Hospital income and expense ( 105 )
  4-4-42012 general hospitals at all levels in the income and expenditure ( 106 )
  4-5-1 times a hospital outpatient medical costs ( 107 )
  4-5-2 hospital inpatient per capita medical costs ( 108 )
  4-5-3 General Hospital outpatient medical costs both times ( 109 )
  4-5-4 General Hospital inpatient medical costs per capita ( 110 )
  4-5-52012 the Hospital outpatient and inpatient medical costs per capita of each region ( 111 )
  4-5-62012 Region in per capita public hospital outpatient and inpatient medical costs ( 112 )
  4-6-12012 years 30 kinds of diseases average hospital medical expenses ( 113 )
  4-6-22012 at all levels in the hospital an average of 30 kinds of diseases live Anhui Medical expenses ( 114 )
Five medical services
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 115 )
5-1-1 medical clinics and health institutions who visits ( 117 )
5-1-22012年various medical and health institutions outpatient services cases ( 118 )
5-1-32012 Region in the case of medical and health institutions outpatient services . - ( 119 )
5-1-42012 Polyclinic Medical and health institutions and constitute the emergency door visits (120 )
5-2-1 hospitals, clinics number of people (121 )
5-2-2 number of various types of hospitals, clinics person ( by Registration / Sponsor / Management Category / Level / agency category ) - ( 122 )
5-2-32012 Region in hospital outpatient services cases ( 123 )
5-2-42012 by Region Polyclinic hospital outpatient and emergency people (10 000 people ) ( 124 )
5-2-5 General Hospital Outpatients and composition ( 126 )
5-3-1 health institutions admissions . - ( 127 )
5-3-22012 Medical and health institutions inpatient services cases ( 128 )
5-3-32012 Region in the case of medical and health institutions inpatient services ( 129 )
5-3-42012 Medical Polyclinic hospital and health institutions and constitute the number (130 )
5-4-1 hospital admissions ( 131 )
5-4-2 all types of hospital admissions ( by Registration / organizers / management category / chip level / organization category ) ( 132 )
5-4-32012 Region in hospital inpatient services cases ( 133 )
5-4-42012 by Region Hospital Polyclinic hospital discharges ( 134 )
5-52012 Medical and health institutions utilization of beds (136 )
5-6-1 Hospital Beds ( 137 )
5-6-2 hospital bed occupancy rate ( 138 )
5-6-3 average hospital length of stay ( 139 )
5-6-42012 Region in hospital bed utilization ( 140 )
5-7-12012 Region in hospital physicians assume the workload ( 141 )
5-7-22012 consolidated regional hospital physicians assume the workload ( 142 )
5-7-3 General Hospital efficiency ( 143 )
5-8-12012 disease patients discharged from the Hospital outcome of the situation ( 144 )
5-8-22012 urban and disease outcome county hospital patients discharged from the case ( 148 )
5-9-12012 patients discharged from the Hospital for age Diseases ( % ) ( Total ) ( 152 )
5-9-22012 patients discharged from the Hospital for age Diseases ( % ) ( M ) ( 156 )
5-9-32012 patients discharged from the Hospital for age Diseases ( % ) (F ) ( 160 )
5-10-11993 survey area residents two weeks attendance rate (o / .oo) - (164)
5-10-21998 Residents week treatment and did not visit survey area ( 165 )
5-10-32003 Residents week treatment and did not visit survey area ( 166 )
5-10-42008 Residents week treatment and did not visit survey area ( 167 )
5-11-11998 Residents disease areas surveyed do two weeks attendance rate (‰) (168)
5-11-22003 Residents disease areas surveyed do two weeks attendance rate (‰) (169)
5-11-32008 Residents disease areas surveyed do two weeks attendance rate (‰) (170)
5-12-11993 Residents hospitalization rate (% o) (171) survey area
5-12-21998 Residents hospitalization rate (% o) survey area - ( 172 )
5-12-32003 Residents hospitalization rate (% o) survey area - ( 173 )
5-12-42008 survey residents hospitalization rate (‰) - (174)
5-13-11998 survey to residents Disease Medical hospitalization rate (‰) (175)
5-13-22003 Residents disease hospitalization rates do not surveyed areas (‰) (176)
5-13-32008 Residents disease hospitalization rates do not surveyed areas (‰) (177)
5-14 1998,2003,2008 survey area residents often visit units and the reasons Composition ( % ) ( 178 )
5-15 1998,2003,2008 household survey area nearest medical units of distance and time constitute ( % ) ( 179 )
5-16 1998,2003,2008 survey area residents constitute medical insurance system ( % ) . - ( 180 )
Six primary health care services
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 181 )
6-1-1 primary health care institutions amount ( 183 )
6-1-22012 Region in primary health care institutions work ( 184 )
. 6-2 of community health services, Beds and Personnel ( 185 )
6-32012 Community Health Center Division beds , outpatient and emergency visits , hospital number and composition ( 185 )
6-4 Community Health Center of revenues, expenses and patient medical expenses . - ( 186 )
6-5 regional community health service centers ( stations ) Medical Services case ( 187 )
6-62012 Region in the number of home health services people ( 188 )
6-7 township health institutions , Beds ( 189 ) staff
6-82012 Falcon Division township hospitals beds , outpatient and emergency visits , hospital number and composition ( 189 )
6-9 township hospitals revenues, expenses and patient medical expenses ( 190 )
6-10-1 township hospitals and health care cases ( 191 )
6-10-22012 Region in township hospitals care cases ( 192 )
6-112012 basic situation of each region village health ( 193 )
6-12 throughout the counties and county-level city hospital work ( 194 )
6-13 throughout the counties and county-level cities MCH ( stations) work ( 195 )
6-14 throughout the counties and county-level cities of disease prevention and control center specialist ( stations) work ( 196 )
Seven Chinese medicine services
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 197 )
  7-1-1 medicine class medical institutions Visits ( 199 )
  7-1-2 Other institutions in Traditional Chinese Medicine clinical departments Visits ( 199 )
  7-1-3 TCM village health clinic visits ( 199 )
  7-2-1 Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital Visits ( million people ) ( 200 )
  7-2-2 Emergency Medicine Hospital Polyclinic door visits . - ( 200 )
  7-2-32012 Region in medical institutions in Traditional Chinese Medicine clinic visits (million) ( 201 )
  7-3-1 number of discharged patients medical institutions in Traditional Chinese Medicine (202 )
  7-3-2 Other institutions in Traditional Chinese Medicine hospital clinical departments Number ( 202 )
  7-4-1 Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital Discharge number ( 203 )
  7-4-2 Medicine Hospital Polyclinic hospital discharges ( 203 )
  7-4-32012 Region in the number of hospital medical institutions in Traditional Chinese Medicine (204 )
  7-5-1 and efficiency of the use of Chinese medicine hospital beds (205 )
  7-5-22012 by Region Chinese Medicine Hospital bed use and efficiency ( 205 )
  7-6 public hospital patients in Traditional Chinese Medicine medical expenses ( 206 )
  7-7-1 Health Traditional Chinese Medicine (unit ) body ( 207 )
  7-7-2 has a number of Traditional Chinese Medicine clinical departments of medical and health institutions (208 )
  7-7-3 offers several services in Chinese medical and health institutions grassroots ( 208 )
  7-7-42012 TCM in health class each region (unit ) body ( 209 )
  7-8-1 number of beds in medical institutions in Traditional Chinese Medicine (210 )
  7-8-2 Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital Beds ( 210 )
  7-8-3 Other medical institutions in Traditional Chinese Medicine clinical departments of beds ( 211 )
  7-8-4 Division Medicine Hospital beds and constitute ( 211 )
  7-8-52012 by Region District Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments number of beds ( 212 )
  TCM number ( 213 ) personnel 7-9-1
  7-9-22012 years of medical personnel in each region (213 )
  7-9-3 number of health institutions in Traditional Chinese Medicine (214 ) staff
  7-9-4 class medical institutions, health technology medicine number ( 215 ) staff
  7-9-5 Other medical institutions in Traditional Chinese Medicine Number ( 215 ) staff
  7-9-62012 by Region Chinese Medicine Hospital number ( 216 ) staff
  7-9-72012年Medicine Hospital staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition ( % ) . - ( 217 )
Eight , Maternal and Child Health
  A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 219 )
8-1 monitored area children under five and maternal mortality rates ( 221 )
8-2 monitor areas of maternal mortality and mortality of major diseases (221 ​​)
8-3 child care cases ( 222 )
8-4-1 maternal health conditions ( 223 )
8-4-22012 Region in maternal health conditions ( 224 )
8-5 detection and treatment of diseases of women (226 )
8-6 regional contraceptive prevalence rate among married women ( % ) ( 227 )
8-7-1 pre-marital check -care situation ( Total ) - ( 228. )
8-7-2 premarital health checks condition ( M ) ( 229 )
8-7-3 pre-marital check -care situation ( female ) ( 230 )
8-8-1 Planned Parenthood surgical cases ( 231 )
8-8-22012 afternoon regional family planning surgery cases ( 232 )
Nine , people's health
  A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 235 )
9-1-1 birth rate , death rate and natural growth rate ( 237 )
9-1-2 various regions birthrate and mortality ( 238 )
9-2-1 infant mortality and life expectancy ( 239 )
9-2-2 various regions life expectancy ( 239 )
9-3-11993 survey area residents two weeks prevalence rate (% o) (240)
9-3-21998 Residents week Prevalence region ( 241 )
9-3-32003 Residents week Prevalence region ( 242 )
9-3-42008 Residents week Prevalence region ( 243 )
9-4-11998 Residents disease prevalence survey areas not weeks (% o) (244)
9-4-22003 Residents disease prevalence survey areas not weeks ( % ) ( 245 )
9-4-32008 Residents disease prevalence survey areas not weeks ( % ) ( 246 )
9-5 years 1998,2003,2008 survey area residents suffering from two weeks of disease severity ( 246 )
9-6-11993 survey residents prevalence of chronic diseases (o-/ov) (247)
9-6-21998 survey residents prevalence of chronic diseases (% o) (248)
9-6-32003 survey residents prevalence of chronic diseases (% o) (249)
9-6-42008 survey residents prevalence of chronic diseases (‰) (250)
9-7-1 urban children under 7 years old physical development ( 251 )
9-7-2 children under 7 years of age in rural physical development ( 252 )
9-7-3 adolescent physical development ( 253 )
Eagle Day 9-8-1 urban and rural residents per capita intake of nutrients (254 )
9-8-2 urban and rural residents dietary structure ( % ) . ( 255 )
9-8-3 urban and rural residents daily food intake ( grams ) per person. ( 256 )
Ten, Centers for Disease Control and Public Health
  A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 257 )
10-1-12012 Class A and B the number of notifiable infectious diseases incidence and deaths sorting ( 259 )
10-1-22012 Class A and B notifiable infectious morbidity, mortality and mortality sorted. ( 260 )
10-1-3 Class A and B notifiable infectious morbidity, mortality and mortality ( 261 )
10-1-42012 Region in Class A and B notifiable infectious morbidity, mortality, and mortality . ( 270 )
10-2-12002 ' Chinese residents in the prevalence of hypertension ( % ) ( 278 )
10-2-22002 Hypertension treatment rates of residents ( % ) ( 278 )
10-3-1 before ten cancer mortality ( total ) ( 279 )
10-3-2 before ten cancer mortality ( M ) ( 279 )
10-3-3 before ten cancer mortality (F ) ( 279 )
10-3-4 before ten cancer mortality ( City ) ( 280 )
10-3-5 before ten cancer mortality ( rural ) ( 280 )
10-4-12012 schistosomiasis prevention and control situation . ( 281 )
10-4-22012 afternoon snail control of schistosomiasis check case ( 281 )
10-5-12012 Keshan disease control situation ( 282 )
10-5-22012 ANNUAL Beck disease prevention and control situation . ( 282 )
10-5-32012年endemic fluorosis ( water -based ) prevention and control situation . ( 283 )
10-5-42012年endemic fluorosis ( burning coal ) prevention and control situation ( 284 )
10-5-52012年endemic arsenic poisoning ( water -based ) prevention and control situation . ( 284 )
10-5-62012年endemic arsenic poisoning ( burning coal ) prevention and control situation ( 284 )
10-5-72012 prevention of iodine deficiency disease situation . ( 285 )
10-6-1 rural water supply situation ( 286 )
10-6-22012 Region in case of a rural water supply . ( 287 )
10-6-3 regional rural population accounts for the proportion of rural water supply benefit . ( 288 )
10-6-4 rural latrines cases ( 289 )
10-72012 Healthy Education Institutions cases ( 290 )
XI, sick and injured residents of the cause of death
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 291 )
  11-1-11990 urban residents and constitute a major disease mortality ( 293 )
  11-1-21995 urban residents and constitute a major disease mortality ( 293 )
  11-1-32000 urban residents and constitute a major disease mortality ( 294 )
  11-1-42005 urban residents and constitute a major disease mortality ( 294 )
  11-1-52010 urban residents and constitute a major disease mortality ( 295 )
  11-1-62012 urban residents and constitute a major disease mortality ( 295 )
  11-2-12012 urban residents in age-specific disease -specific mortality ( 1 / 100 000 ) ( Total ) . - ( 296 )
  11-2-22012 urban residents in age-specific disease -specific mortality ( 1 / 100000 ) ( M ) ( 300 )
  11-2-32012 urban residents in age-specific disease -specific mortality ( 1 / 100000 ) ( F) ( 304 )
  11-3-11990 rural residents and constitute a major disease mortality (308 )
  11-3-21995 rural residents constitute major diseases and mortality . ( 308 )
  11-3-32000 rural residents mortality and major diseases constitute | - (309)
  11-3-42005 rural residents constitute a major disease mortality and causes of death (309 )
  11-3-52010 Falcon rural residents constitute a major disease mortality and causes of death (310 )
  11-3-62012 rural residents constitute a major disease mortality and causes of death (311 )
  11-4-12012 rural residents in age-specific disease -specific mortality ( 1 / 100 000 ) ( Total ) . - ( 312 )
  11-4-22012 rural residents in age-specific disease -specific mortality ( 1 / 100000 ) ( M ) ( 316 )
  11-4-32012 rural residents in age-specific disease -specific mortality ( 1 / 100000 ) ( F) ( 320 )
Twelve , food safety and health oversight
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 325 )
12-1-1 all kinds of pathogenic factors of foodborne disease outbreaks reported cases ( 327 )
12-1-2 various places of foodborne disease outbreaks reported cases ( 327 )
12-1-3 various regions of foodborne disease outbreaks reported cases ( 328 )
12-22012 FOOD SUPPLEMENTS microbiological, chemical contaminants and harmful factors monitoring ( 329 )
12-3 national food safety standards published cases ( 329 )
12-42012 years Project Health review of the ( 330 )
12-5-12012 supervised Public Places Health Unit case ( 330 )
12-5-22012 recurrent Public Places Health Supervision and Surveillance ( 331 )
12-5-32012 Health Authority Public Places penalty cases ( WU ) ( 331 )
12-6-12012 Health Drinking Water ( Water ) supervised the unit case ( 332 )
12-6-22012 Drinking Water Health ( wading products ) supervised unit cases ( 332 )
12-6-32012 recurring Drinking Water Health Supervision and Surveillance ( 332 )
12-6-42012年wading sample product monitoring ( 332 )
12-6-52012 penalty cases Drinking Water Health Authority ( parts ) ( 333 )
12-7-12012 Disinfection products are supervised unit cases ( 333 )
12-7-22012 Disinfection Products recurring Health Supervision and Surveillance ( 333 )
12-8-12012 Occupational Health Unit is supervised conditions ( 334 )
12-8-22012 Occupational Health Authority penalty cases ( parts ) ( 336 )
12-8-32012 Occupational Health Unit technical institutions supervised conditions ( 338 )
12-9-12012 supervised Radiation Health Unit case ( 339 )
12-9-22012 penalty cases Radiation Hygiene Supervision ( parts ) ( 340 )
12-102012年blood collection Health Authority penalty cases ( parts ) ( 340 )
12 - 11 2012 Communicable Disease Prevention Supervision penalty cases ( parts ) ( 341 )
  12-122012 Medical Health Authority penalty cases ( parts ) ( 342 )
XIII Medicare
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 345 )
  13-1-1 new rural cooperative medical conditions ( 347 )
  13-1-22012 Region in the new rural cooperative medical conditions ( 347 )
  13-2 and urban residents basic medical insurance cases ( 348 )
  13-3 maternity insurance cases ( 349 )
  13-4 civil affairs department medical assistance cases ( 350 )
XIV, demographic indicators
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 351 )
  14-1 Population and Composition ( 353 )
  14-2 Population basic information ( 354 )
  14-3 Total Population ( million ) ( 355 )
  14-4 regional population and urban population counties ( 356 )
  14-5 population of all ages ( 357 )
  14-6 regional population age structure ( 358 )
  14-7 regional sex ratio , population density and the dependency ratio ( 359 )
  14-8 per 100,000 population Average Number of Students ( 360 )
  14-9 regional illiterate population and illiteracy ( 361 )
Appendix a major socio-economic indicators
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 363 )
  Appendix 1-1-1 national administrative divisions ( end of 2012 ) ( 365 )
  Appendix 1-1-2 situation of urban and rural grassroots organizations ( 366 )
  Commanded recorded 1-2-1 GDP and fiscal revenue and expenditure ( 367 )
  Appendix 1-2-22012 gross regional production and financial income and expenses ( 368 )
  Appendix 1-3 price index ( previous year = 100 ) --- ( 369 )
  Appendix 1-4 ​​employment and wages ( 370 )
  Appendix 1-5 rural poverty ( 370 )
  Appendix 1-6-1 household income and expenditure of urban and rural residents ( 371 )
  Appendix 1-6-2 regional and rural household income and expenditure ( 372 )
Appendix II to world health
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators ( 373 )
  Appendix 2-1 health status ( 374 )
  Appendix 2-25 mortality ( 382 )
  Appendix 2-3 health service coverage ( 390 )
  Appendix 2-4 environmental risk factors ( 394 )
  Appendix 2-5 Health Resources ( 402 )
  Appendix 2-6 health expenses ( 406 )
  Appendix 2-7 demographic and socio-economic ( 414 )
China's Health And Family Planning Statistical Yearbook 2013
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