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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 08/2011
ISBN: 987811365368
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First, the "China Health Statistics Yearbook" is a Chinese health development and health status information of the annual. This book contains the country and 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, health development and the current level of population health statistics, as well as the significant year history of the national statistics. This book is the "China Health Statistics Yearbook - 2011 volumes, incorporate the contents of the cut-off end of 2010.
Second, the book is divided into 15 sections, namely: health institutions, health personnel, health facilities, health expenses, medical services, rural and community health, maternal and child health, people's standard of health and nutritional status, disease control and public health, residents of illness or injury cause of death, health surveillance, health protection system, demographic indicators, attached key socio-economic indicators, the world health situation. Brief description of each chapter is located front and explain the key indicators, a brief description of the main focuses Benpian, data sources, statistical coverage, statistical methods and historical changes.
Third, the data sources
(A) The information mainly from the annual health statistics reports, some from the sample survey.
(B) 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, data from the Department of Human Resources and Social Security, national health data extracted from the World Health Organization, "World Health Statistics. "
Fourth, the statistical
(A) In addition to the administrative divisions, the book involves the national statistics do not include Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR and Taiwan Province information.
(B) the Ministry of Health revised three times the "national health survey system ~, appropriate adjustments to the health institutions and personnel of statistical standards, resulting in 1996,2002,2007 in the number of health institutions and personnel changes in the larger.
(C) rolled up from 2010, village health institutions, personnel and clinic visits were included in the total number of health institutions, the total number of health personnel, the total number of people in treatment (no longer a separate village health statistics). Here each year information has been adjusted.
Fifth, statistical grouping
(A) the eastern, central and western regions: eastern region includes Beijing, Tianjin, Liaoning, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Fujian, Shandong, Guangdong, Hainan, Hebei, 11 provinces and municipalities; central region includes Shanxi, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Anhui , Jiangxi, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, eight provinces; the western region, including Inner Mongolia, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan, Tibet, Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia, Xinjiang, Chongqing, Guangxi, 12 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities.
(B) Sponsor: registration of medical institutions as the basis, divided into government-run, community run and privately run. Government-run health institutions, including health authorities and other government agencies sponsored health agencies; community run health institutions, including enterprises, institutions, social organizations and other social organizations to do.
(C) urban and rural: 1949-1984 years ago, health institutions and their beds and staff at city and rural groups, since 1985, according to city and county group. City, including municipalities, district, prefecture-level cities and county-level city area, not including municipal and prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of the county; counties, including counties and flag.
Sixth, the symbol for use "space" that numerous places, "" said the digital unknown, "①" said the note under the table. Ministry of Health Information Center

Table of Contents

First, the medical and health institutions
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (1)
1 -1-l Medical Health Care Institutions (3)
1-1-22010 by region the number of medical and health institutions (4)
1-1-32010 年 number of medical and health institutions (6)
1-2-1 Number of hospitals (10)
1-2-22010 number of public hospitals in various regions (11)
1-2-32010 number of private hospitals in various regions (12)
I -3-1 2010 of the Hospital level of (13)
1-3-22010 levels of hospitals in various regions (14)
1-4 a l 2010 years by the number of beds the hospital group (15)
1 4-2 2010, the number of beds grouped by Region Number of hospitals (16)
1.5 Number of primary health care institutions. (17)
1--6-12010 number of beds in various regions grouped by community health service centers (stations) number (18)
1-6-22010 number of beds in various regions grouped according to the number of rural hospitals (19)
Number of village health 1-6-3 (20)
1-7 Number of professional public health and health institutions (21)
Health personnel
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (23)
  2-l 1 Number of health workers (25)
  2-1-22010 年 various medical a] d ^ health agency personnel number (26)
  2-1-32010 of Health Personnel (by urban / economic type / organizer min) (30)
  2-1-4 staff in 2005 Guardian cattle gender, age, education, job title composition (%) (31)
  2-1-52010 of Health staff gender, age, education, job title composition (%) (32)
  2-1-62010 number of health personnel in various regions (33)
  2-1-72010 number of health personnel in various regions (cities) (34)
  2-1-82010 number of health personnel in various regions (rural) (35)
  2-2-1 Number of health workers per thousand of population (36)
  2-2-22010 by region the number of health workers per thousand of population (37)
  2-3.1 2005, practicing (assistant) doctors sex, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) (38)
  2-3-22010 years' practice (assistant) doctors sex, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) (39)
  2-3-3 Division practicing (assistant) physicians composition (%) (40)
  2-3-4 number and composition of physician practice category (41)
  2-4-12010 of the Hospital staff numbers (41)
  2-4-22010 number of hospital staff in various regions (42)
  2-4-32005 of the Hospital staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) (43)
  2-4-42010 of the Hospital staff gender and age. Academic and professional titles constitute (%)~( 44)
  2-5 in 2010 the number of primary care health agency personnel (45)
  2-6-12010 in various regions community health service centers (stations) personnel (46)
  2-6-22005 year community health service center staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%). (47)
  2-6-32010 year community health service center staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles constitute (%)-( 48)
  2-7-12010 staff township hospitals in various regions (49)
  2-7-22005 of township hospitals staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) (50)
  2-7-32010 of township hospitals staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) (51)
  2-8-1 village 'the number of doctors and health workers (52)
  2-8-22010 the Village clinic staff number-f 52)
  2-8-32010 by region the number of village health workers. - (53)
  2-92010 years of professional public health agency personnel number (54)
  2-10-12010 by region MCH (and stations) Persons (55)
  2-10-22005 年 MCH (and stations) staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) (56)
  2-10-32010 年 MCH (and stations) staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) (57)
  2-11-12010 by region the number of CDC staff (58)
  2-11-22005 年 CDC staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) (59)
  2-11-32010 年 CDC staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) a (60)
  2-12-12010 Health Authority in various regions (center) personnel number (61)
  2-12-2 Health Authority (center) staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles composition (%) (62)
  2-13-1 medical students in the school enrollment and the number one (63)
  2-13-2 medical graduates I (64)
  2-13-3 Medical Graduate I (65)
Third, the health facilities
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (67)
  3-1-1 number of beds in medical institutions (millions) (69)
  3-1-2 all kinds of health care in 2010 the number of beds (70)
  3-1_3 health regions in 2010 the number of beds (72)
  3-1-4 beds per thousand population the number of medical and health institutions (74)
  3-1-52010 health institutions Division of the Medical Beds and structure (75)
  3-1-62010 Division in various regions hospital beds (76)
  2 3 a number of hospital beds (78)
  3-3 number of beds in primary health care (79)
  3-42010 of the Medical and health institutions million or more sets of equipment, number of-f 80)
  3-5-12010 the Medical and health institutions housing construction area (square meters) (82)
  3-5-22010 Office of Governmental housing construction area of ​​health care institutions (m) (84)
Fourth, the health funds
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (85)
  4-1-1 total health expenditure (87)
  4-1-22009 year part of total health expenditure in a region (88)
  4-1-3 Government expenditure on health (89)
  4-1-4 health expenditure (90)
  4-1-5 + urban and rural health care spending. (91)
4-2-12010 年 various medical and health institutions assets and liabilities (92)
4-2-22010 the Medical and health institutions assets and liabilities (by economic type / Organizer / sub-region) (94)
4-2-32010 run health care institutions of Governmental assets and liabilities (95)
4-3-1 all kinds of medical and health institutions in 2010 revenue and expenditure (96)
4-3-22010 the Medical and health institutions revenue and expenditures (by economic type / Organizer / distinction) a (98)
4-4-12010 at public income and expenditure of a hospital (99)
4-4-2 General Hospital revenue and expenditure. (100)
4-4-3 General Hospital in 2010, five income and expenditure (101)
4-5-1 patients discharged from hospital out-patient and per capita medical costs (102)
4-5-2 patients discharged from general hospitals and outpatient medical costs per capita (103)
4-5-32010 by region and hospital outpatient medical costs per patient (104)
4-5-42010 by region and clinic patients discharged from general hospitals per capita medical costs (105)
4-6-12010 average hospital stay was 30 kinds of diseases medical expenses (106)
4-6-2 2010, five hospitals average 30 kinds of diseases, hospital medical costs (107)
Fifth, health care
  A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (109)
District 5 -1.1 clinic on the number of medical and health institutions (10 000) (111)
5-1-22010 年 various outpatient services of medical and health institutions (1] 2)
5-1-32010 Office of Governmental institutions outpatient medical health service in cattle (113)
5-1.4 2010 regional outpatient service in health care institutions (114)
5-1-52010 by region government-run outpatient services of medical and health institutions (115)
5-1-62010 the Medical Division and Emergency Department visits and health institutions and constitute the (116)
5-2-1 on the number of hospitals, clinics (117)
5-2-2 on the number of hospitals, clinics (by economic type / Organizer / Manager category / class / organization category) (118)
5-2-3 Division General Hospital outpatient and composition (119)
5-2-42010 hospital outpatient services in various regions of (120)
5-2-52010 in various regions of outpatient services in public hospitals (121)
5-2-62010 private hospitals in various regions of out-patient services (122)
5-2-72010 government-run hospitals in various regions of out-patient services (123)
5-2-82010 Division hospitals in various regions on the number of outpatient and emergency department (10 000) (124)
5-3-1 admission medical and health institutions (10 000) (126)
5-3-22010 on Medical hospital service in health institutions (127)
5-3-32010 Office of Governmental Services of inpatient health care institutions (128)
5-3-42010 medical institutions in various regions of hospital services (129)
5-3-52010 by region government-run health care institutions hospital service in -. (130)
5-3-62010 the Medical Division number of discharged patients and health institutions constitute the (131)
5-4-1 hospitals were hospital number (132)
5-4-2 Hospital Admission (by economic type / Organizer / Manager category / class / organization category) (133)
5-4-32010 hospital services in various regions of (134)
5 - 4-42010 by region service in public hospitals (135)
5-4-52010 in various regions of the private hospital services (136)
5-4-62010 government-run hospitals in various regions of inpatient services (137)
5-4-72010 Division discharged each of the years the number one regional hospital (138)
  5-5-12010 the Medical and health institutions the utilization of a bed (140)
  5-5-22010 Office of Governmental utilization of Hospital Beds (141)
  5-6-1 use a hospital bed (142)
  5-6-2 hospital bed occupancy rate (143)
  5-6-3 hospital average length of stay (144)
  5-6-42010 by region utilization of hospital beds (145)
  5-6-52010 by region public and private utilization of hospital beds (146)
  5-7-12010 the Medical and health institutions service quality and efficiency (147)
  5-7-22010 Office of Governmental health care institutions service quality and efficiency (148)
  5-8-12010 by region hospital service quality and efficiency of a (149)
  5-8-22010 by region quality and efficiency of public hospital services (150)
  5-8-32010 by region private hospital service quality and efficiency (151)
  5-8-42010 government-run hospitals in various regions the service quality and efficiency (152)
  5-9-12010 by region hospitals and doctors responsible for clinic visits and hospital daily bed days (153)
  5-9-2 General Hospital efficiency (154)
  5-10-12010 discharged patients of the Hospital of a disease outcome (155)
  5-10-22010 TOWN disease outcome of patients discharged from hospital (159)
  5-10-32010 年 patients discharged from county hospitals and disease outcome of the situation (163)
  5-11 1 in 2010 patients discharged from hospital disease age composition (%) (Total) "(167)
  5-11-22010 of the Hospital discharged patients age composition of the disease (%) (male) I (171)
  5-11-32010 of the Hospital discharged patients age composition of the disease (%) (female) "(175)
  5-12-11993 Ⅸ-year survey to residents in two weeks attendance rate (%。)( 179)
  5-12-21998 year survey local residents two weeks without treatment and attendance rate (180)
  5-12-32003 year survey local residents two weeks without treatment and attendance rate (18I)
  5-12-42008 year survey local residents two weeks without treatment, and treatment ratio | (182)
  5-13-11998 disease-year survey residents do two weeks treatment rate (‰) - (1 83)
  5-13-22003 year survey residents do two weeks treatment the disease rate (‰) - (184)
  5-13-32008 year survey residents do two weeks treatment the disease rate (‰) - (185)
  5-14-11993 year survey residents hospitalization rate (% o) a (186)
  5-14-21998 year survey residents hospitalization rate (%) a (187)
  -5-14-32003 Year survey residents hospitalization (‰) a (188)
  5-14-42008 year survey residents hospitalization rate (%) a (189)
  5-15-11998 year survey disease-specific hospitalization rates of residents (% o) (190)
  5-15-22003 year survey residents disease-specific hospitalization rate (‰) (191)
  5-15-32008 year survey residents disease-specific hospitalization rate (‰) (192)
  5-161998, 2003, the 2008 survey to Ix treatment units and the reasons people often form (%) (193)
  5-171998, 2003, 2008 households in the survey area from the nearest medical unit of distance and time of composition (%) (194)
  5-181998, 2003, 2008, survey residents medical insurance system composition (%) (195)
Six primary care health services
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (197)
  6-1-1 primary care medical services in the amount of health institutions (199)
  6-1-22010 each of the years the small grass-roots health care institutions to make the case (200)
  6-2 community health services, beds, staff count (201)
  6-32010 year community health service centers Division beds, outpatient and emergency visits, hospital discharges and composition (202)
  6-4 Community Health Center outpatient and inpatient medical costs per capita (202)
  6-5 regional community health service centers (stations) of medical services (203)
  6-62010 in various regions on the number of home health services (204)
  6-7 township institutions, beds, personnel number (205)
  6-82010 Division of township hospitals beds, outpatient and emergency visits, hospital discharges and form I (206)
  6-9 of township hospitals outpatient and inpatient medical costs per capita (206)
  6-10-1 medical service in rural hospitals (207)
  6-10-22010 by region health service in rural hospitals (208)
  6-112010 by region village health institutions, personnel, clinic on the number (209)
  6-12 around the county and county-level city hospital work (210)
  6-13 counties and county-level cities around the MCH (and stations) work (211)
  6-14 counties and county-level cities around the specialist prevention and treatment institutions (and stations) work (212)
Seven, Maternal and Child Health
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (213)
  7-1 children under 5 years of monitoring areas, and maternal mortality (215)
  7-2 Monitoring regional maternal mortality and major diseases, causes of death. (215)
  7-3 of Child Health (216)
  7-4-1 maternal health conditions (217)
  7-4-22010 maternal health in various regions of (218)
  Governance of 7-5 women's diseases investigation (220)
  7-6-1 family planning surgical cases (221)
  7-6-22010 surgical conditions in various regions of family planning (222)
  7-7-1 Pre-marital health conditions (total) (224)
  7-7-2 Pre-marital health conditions (male) (225)
  7-7-3 Pre-marital health conditions (female) (226)
  7-82010 in Healthy educational services of professional bodies (227)
Eight people's health standards
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (229)
  8-1-1 birth rate, death rate and natural growth rate (231)
  8-1-2 regional fertility and mortality one (232)
  8-2-1 infant mortality and life expectancy (233)
  8-2-2 Life expectancy of men and women age (233)
  8-2-3 regional infant mortality and life expectancy (234)
  8-3-11993 year survey residents two weeks prevalence (Or/00) (235)
  8-3-21998 year survey the prevalence of local residents two weeks (236)
  8-3-32003 year survey residents two weeks prevalence-f237)
  8-3-42008 year survey residents two weeks prevalence-f238)
  8-4-11998 year survey residents do two weeks disease prevalence (‰) (239)
  8-4-22003 year survey residents do two weeks disease prevalence (%) 240
  8-4-32008 year survey residents do two weeks disease prevalence (%。)( 241)
  8-51998, 2003, 2008, the survey area residents two weeks illness severity-j (241)
  8-6-11993 year survey residents prevalence of chronic diseases (‰) (242)
  8-6-21998 year survey residents prevalence of chronic diseases (%。)( 243)
  8-6-32003 year survey residents prevalence of chronic diseases (%。)( 244)
  8-6-42008 year survey residents prevalence of chronic diseases (‰) (245)
  8-7-1 Urban physical development of children under the age of 7 cases (246)
  8-7-2 rural children under the age of 7 physical development (247)
  8-7-3 physical development of young people (248)
  8-8-1 urban and rural residents nutrient intake per person per day (249)
  8-8-2 diet of urban and rural residents (%) (250)
  8-8-3 urban and rural food intake per person per day (g) (251)
Nine, disease control and public health
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (253)
  9-1-12010 年 category B incidence of notifiable diseases and deaths order one (255)
  9-1_2 2010 Class A and B of Infectious morbidity, mortality and case fatality sort I (256)
  9-1-3 B class notifiable infectious disease morbidity, mortality and mortality (257)
  9-1-42010 in various regions A and B classes of Infectious morbidity, mortality and mortality - (266)
  9-2-12002 prevalence of hypertension in China (%) (274)
  9-2-22002 treatment rate of hypertension in China (%) (274)
  9-3-1 top ten cancer death f_ rate (total) (275)
  9-3-2 top ten cancer mortality (M) (275)
  9-3-3 top ten cancer mortality (F) (275)
  9-3-4 top ten cancer mortality (City) (276)
  9-3-5 top ten cancer mortality (rural) (276)
  9-4-12010 年 schistosomiasis cases (277)
  9-4-2 in 2010 cases of schistosomiasis snail apricot one (277)
  9-5-1 in 2010 Keshan disease control situation (278)
  9-5-22010 Year's prevention and treatment of Kashin-Beck disease (278)
  9-5-3 in 2010 endemic fluorosis (water type) control conditions (279)
  9-5-4 in 2010 endemic fluorosis (burning coal) control conditions (280)
  9-5-5 endemic arsenic poisoning in 2010 (water-based) control conditions (280)
  9-5-6 endemic arsenic poisoning in 2010 (burning coal) control conditions (280)
  9-5-7 Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders, 2010 -. (281)
  9-6-1 rural waterworks of ~ (282)
  9-6-22010 rural waterworks in various regions of a (283)
  9-6-3 regional rural waterworks to benefit the population proportion of total rural population (284)
  9-6-4 rural latrine situation - (285)
Ten, sick and injured residents of the cause of death
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (287)
  10-1-11990 urban residents in major diseases mortality rate and composition (289)
  10-1-21995 urban residents in major diseases mortality rate and composition (289)
  10-1-32000 urban residents in major diseases mortality rate and composition (290)
  10-1-42010 urban residents in major diseases mortality rate and composition:. (290)
  10-1-52010 Year's urban population and constitute a major disease mortality (291)
  1-I-6 2010 年 small urban residents the mortality and major diseases pose (29I)
  10-2 a i 2010 urban residents in age-specific disease-specific mortality (1 / 10 million) (Total) (292)
  10-2-22010 urban residents in age-specific disease-specific mortality (1 / 10 million) (male) (296)
  10-2-32010 urban residents in age-specific disease-specific mortality (1 / 10 million) (female) (300)
  10-3-12010 Year's urban residents age disease-specific mortality (1 / 10 million) (Total) (304)
  10-3-22010 Year's urban residents age disease-specific mortality (1 / 10 million) (male) (308)
  10-3-32010 Year's urban residents age disease-specific mortality (1 / 10 million) (female) (312)
  10-4-12010 年 small urban residents age disease-specific mortality (1 / 10 million) (Total) -. (316)
  10-4-2 residents of small cities in 2010 age-specific disease-specific mortality (l/10 million) (male) (320)
  10-4-3 residents of small cities in 2010 age-specific disease-specific mortality (1 / 10 million) (female) (324)
  10-5-11990 major diseases mortality rate of rural residents and constitute ~ (328)
  10-5-21995 major diseases mortality rate of rural residents and composition (328)
  10-5-32000 major diseases mortality rate of rural residents and composition (329)
  10-5-42010 major diseases mortality rate of rural residents and causes of death (329)
  10-6-12010 disease of rural residents do not age-specific stillbirth rates (1 / 10 million) (Total) (330)
  10-6-22010 disease of rural residents do not age-specific stillbirth rates (1 / 10 million) (male) (334)
  10-6-32010 disease of rural residents age specific mortality rate (1 / 10 million) (F) - (338)
XI health supervision
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (343)
  11 1 2010 Health review of construction projects (345)
  11-2-12010 years of public places to be oversight of health (345)
  11-2-22010 years of public places regular health supervision and monitoring of -. (345)
  11-2-32010 supervision of the Public Workplace Health punishment cases (cases) (346)
  11-3-1 2010 Drinking Water (water supply) is oversight of (347)
  11-3-2 2010 Drinking Water (wading products) is oversight of (347)
  11-3-3 2010 regular health surveillance and monitoring of drinking water situation (347)
  11-3-4 wade product sampling in 2010 to monitor the situation (347)
  11-3-5 in 2010 drinking water health monitoring penalty cases (cases) (348)
  11-4-1 in 2010 was oversight of sterile products (348)
  11-4-2 2010 regular disinfection product supervision and monitoring of health (348)
  11-5-12010 Occupational health technology agencies have been monitoring the situation unit (349)
  11-5-22010 the Occupational Health Unit has been monitoring the situation (350)
  11-5-32010 Occupational health surveillance punishment cases (cases) (352)
  11-6-1 in 2010 was oversight of the Radiation Health (354)
  11-6-2 2010 Radiation Health Supervision penalty cases (cases) (355)
  11-72010 of the Medical Health Supervision punishment (effort 6)
  11-8 2010, blood collection and health surveillance punishment cases (cases) (358)
  11-9 supervision of infectious diseases 2010 penalty cases (pieces) (359)
XII health care system
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (361)
  12.1 new rural cooperative medical conditions (363)
  l2.22010 in various regions of the new rural cooperative medical care "(363)
  12-3 and urban residents basic medical insurance situation (364)
  12-4 maternity insurance situation (365)
  12-5 civil affairs department of medical assistance (366)
XIII, demographic indicators
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (367)
  13-1 and population composition (369)
  13-2 Basic population (370)
  13_3 Total Population (million) (371)
  13-4 regional cities and counties in population and rural-urban one (372)
  13-5 population of all ages (373)
  13-10 man-days lunch prepared refuse age Concluding tunnel (374)
  13-7 the regional scale, population density and dependency ratio (375)
  13-8 enrollment, enrollment rate per 100,000 population and the number of students in school (376)
  13-9 regional illiteracy rate and illiterate population (377)
Appendix one of the main socio-economic indicators
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (379)
  Appendix 1-1-1 of national administrative divisions (the end of 2010) (381)
  Appendix 1-1-2 of urban and rural grassroots organizations (382)
  Appendix 1--2-1 GDP and financial revenue and expenditure (383)
  Appendix 1-2-22010 by region's GDP and financial revenue and expenditure - (384)
  Appendix 1-3 price index (previous year = 100) (385)
  Appendix 1-4 Employment and Wages (386)
  Rural poverty in Appendix 1-5 (386)
  Appendix 1-6-1 balance of urban and rural households (387)
  Appendix IX around the 1-6-2 balance of urban and rural households (388)
Appendix II world health
    A brief description and interpretation of key indicators (389)
  Appendix 2-1 Health (390)
  Appendix 2-25 mortality rate (398)
  Appendix 2-3 health service coverage (406)
  Appendix 2-4 environmental risk factors (410)
  Appendix 2-5 Health Resources (418)
  Health appropriations Appendix 2-6 - (422)
  Appendix 2.7 Population and socio-economic - (430)


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