Form No. 1 and No. 2 "Information on infectious and parasitic diseases" (monthly and annual), approved by order of Rosstat dated December 26, 2008 No. 326

Task number 1.

1. Accounting document – “Emergency notification of an infectious disease, food, acute occupational poisoning” (recording form No. 058 / y).

2. In order to improve statistical information on the movement of infectious diseases, the State Statistics Committee of Russia approved the following forms of state statistical reporting for healthcare institutions and the State Sanitary and Epidemiological Service of the Russian Federation:

Form No. 1 “Information on infectious and parasitic diseases” (monthly);

Form No. 2 “Information on infectious and parasitic diseases”. (monthly, annual);

3. Infectious diseases included in the List of socially significant diseases
(approved by Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of December 1, 2004 N 715)

ICD-10 disease code* Name of diseases
one. A 15 – A 19 tuberculosis
2. A 50 – A 64 sexually transmitted infections
3. At 16; At 18.0; In 18.1 Hepatitis B
4. At 17.1; At 18.2 hepatitis C
5. At 20 – At 24 human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease

4.Extensive ratio:

Structure of infectious morbidity:

Share of OKI=

Proportion of Acute viral hepatitis=

Share Chr. Viral hepatitis=

Proportion of chickenpox= 20.53%

Proportion of Tuberculosis= 1.73%

Proportion of STIs=

Proportion of disease caused by HIV=

Share of other inf. and parasitic infections = 100% – (Share of AII + share of AVH + share of CVH + share of VO + share of TBC + share of STI + share of HIV) = 100% – 45.06% = 54.94%

5. a) Pie chart

B) Intrabar chart

Task number 2.

1. Regulatory document – Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of December 1, 2004 N 715 (as amended on July 13, 2012) “On approval of the list of socially significant diseases and the list of diseases that pose a danger to others”

2. Mental and behavioral disorders (sociopathy): Depressive disorders and schizophrenia, alcoholism, drug addiction and substance abuse.

3. indicator of clarity = the ratio of each member of the series to one of them, taken as one hundred percent.

4. Let the number of thousand cases of patients with high blood pressure in 2009 be 100%

Then: – share sl. In 2010 = no. In 2010 / no. In 2009*100%=870.7/920.3*100%=94.6%

-share sl. In 2011=no. In 2011 / no. In 2009*100=848.3/920.3*100%=92.2%

-share sl. In 2012=841.3/920.3*100%=91.4%

-share sl. In 2013=885.0/920.3*100%=96.2%

-share sl. In 2014=1010.2/920.3*100%=109.8%

OR Intensive factor:

In 2009 = All next. B-ni for 2009 / CN 2009 * 100% u003d 920.3 / 142700 * 1000 u003d 6.4‰

In 2010=870.7/142800*1000=6‰

In 2011=848.3/142900*1000=5.9‰

In 2012=841.3/143000*1000=5.8‰

In 2013=885.0/143333*1000=6.2‰

In 2014=1010.2/143700*1000=7‰

Conclusion: from 2009 to 2012, the number of cases of patients with high blood pressure decreased to 91.4%, but then, over 2 years, increased by approximately 20%. For the period 2009-2014, the number of registered cases of patients increased by 10%.

5) Linear, bar, strip charts.

Task number 3.

1. Habitat factors are biological, chemical, physical, social and other factors of the environment that have or may have an impact on humans and / or on the health of future generations.

2. Climate. features, composition of soil, water, air.

3. Correlation analysis using the Spearman and Pearson coefficients.

4. Spearman’s rank correlation method

P=1-

Correlation is positive, strong

5. Reliability.

m p =

Error confidence score:

Conclusion: because calculated value of the correction factor. p=0.9 exceeds more than 3 times the value of its error, then it can be argued that there is a direct, strong, reliable relationship between the depth of occurrence and the incidence of bronchitis.

4. 1) Reporting form No. 30 – “Information about the medical institution”, is compiled by all healthcare institutions serving patients in the assigned territory. The report is submitted for the year as a whole for the institution, the local government in the field of healthcare on January 10 of the year following the reporting year to the local government, then the summary report for the district – to the health management authority of the subject of the Russian Federation, then the summary report for the subject – to the Ministry of Health and Social Development of Russia.

2) an office of medical prevention, a health center.
Functions: a) informing the population about factors harmful and dangerous to human health; b) group and individual promotion of a healthy lifestyle; prevention of the occurrence and development of risk factors for various diseases and the formation of a responsible attitude among citizens towards their health and the health of their loved ones; c) the formation of the principles of “responsible parenthood” in our country; d) training of citizens of a gigabyte. skills and motivating them to give up bad habits, including help in giving up alcohol and tobacco consumption; e) training citizens in effective methods of disease prevention, taking into account age characteristics; f) assessment of the functional and adaptive reserves of the body, taking into account age-related characteristics, prognosis of the state of health; g) advice on the preservation and promotion of health, including recommendations on the correction of nutrition, physical activity, physical education and sports, sleep patterns, living conditions, work (study) and rest; g) development of an individual program for maintaining a healthy lifestyle; h) monitoring the implementation of measures for the formation of a healthy lifestyle, risk factors for the development of diseases.

3) The number of persons younger than working age (<16 years) is: CN-working-age population-older than working age=5102490-2815860-1434885=851745 people.
Visually, it can be assumed that the type of the age structure of the population is Regressive, because the number of persons under the working age. Age (<16 years) < number of persons older than working age age.

Calculation: Percentage of people <16 years old = number of people <16 years old * 100 / NW = 851745 * 100 / 5102490 = 16.7%

Share of people older than working age Age= number of persons older than working age. Age*100/CHN

=1434885*100/5102490=28.1%

16.7%<28.1%, hence the regressive type, which indicates the aging of the population.

4) The provision of the population with doctors = the number of full-time positions /CHN * 10000 = 24648.5 / 5102490 * 10000 = 48.3 prodecimille of doctors per 10 thousand population.

Security us-I doctors on a gigabyte. Education = number of doctors per gigabyte. Education/CHN * 10000 = 31.25 / 5102490 * 10000 = 0.06 prodecimille of doctors per 10,000 people.

Provision of us with medical doctors. Prof-ke=number of medical doctors. Prof-ke / CHN * 10000 u003d 53.5 / 5102490 * 10000 u003d 0.1 prodecimille of doctors per 10 thousand people.

Staffing of full-time positions of doctors in general u003d number of occupied doctor positions / number of full-time positions * 100% u003d 21398.75 / 24648.5 * 100 u003d 86.8%

Ukomple-t regular posts of doctors on a gigabyte. Education = the number of employed doctors per gig. Education / number of staff units. doctors on a gigabyte. Education*100%=18.25/31.25*100=58.4%

Completion of full-time positions of medical doctors. Prof-ke = the number of employed doctors for honey. Professional ke / number of staff units. medical doctors. prof-ke * 100% u003d 29.75 / 53.5 * 100 u003d 55.6%.

It is necessary to increase the number of employed medical doctors. prof-ke and gig. Education.

5) The age structure of us and staffing can be represented in the form of an intra-column or pie chart. For the image of security, you can use line, column, strip charts.

5. 1) Form No. 61 – “INFORMATION ON THE DISEASE CAUSED BY THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS”.

2) The prevalence has increased significantly.

3) Absolute increase (decrease) – the value of the difference between the next and previous levels; The rate of growth (decrease) – shows the ratio of each subsequent level to the previous level and is usually expressed as a percentage.

The rate of increase (loss) is the ratio of the absolute increase or decrease of each subsequent member of the series to the level of the previous one, expressed as a percentage.

The absolute value of one percent increase (loss) is obtained by dividing the absolute value of the increase or decrease by the rate of increase or decrease for the same period.

4) visibility indicator = the ratio of each member of the series to one of them, taken as one hundred percent. Let the number of registered. Patients in 2000 – 100%

Then: – share registered. In 2006 = number of registered In 2006 / number of registered B 2000*100=301.5%

-share of registered In 2008=number of registered In 2008 / number of registered B 2000*100=301.3/78.6*100=383.3%

-share of registered In 2010=372.9/78.6*100=474.4%

-share of registered In 2012=438.4/78.6*100=557.3%

-share of registered In 2014=522.6/78.6*100=664.9% Patients increased by 3 times, and further, every 2 years increased by approximately 100%. For the period 2000-2014, the number of registered. Patients increased by 6.6 times.

5) Linear, bar, strip charts. Linear example:

6. 1) Reporting form No. 1-control “Information on the implementation of state control (supervision) and municipal control”,

2) Protection of the rights of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs in the exercise of state control (supervision) and municipal control (Federal Law of December 26, 2008 N 294-FZ)

3) a) The share of scheduled inspections carried out = 3179/3281 * 100 = 96.9%

The share of liquid Checks=100%-96.9%=3.1%

b) The share of extra Checks for the purpose of control.=2043/8571*100=23.8%

Share in connection with the threat, incl. Harm=507/8571*100=5.9%

Similarly: Share in connection incl. Harm=0.05%, Share due to Nar. Consumption rights = 11.4%, Share on the main Orders of the President of the Russian Federation = 6.6%, Share on the main. Orders of the head of the state. supervision=1.3%, Share for other reasons=13.8%

Share of payments Checks u003d 100-13.8-1.3-6.6-11.4-0.05-5.9-23.8 u003d 37.15%

4) Extensive coefficient

5) Intracolumnar and sector.

7) We determine the indicators of provision with medical personnel, which can be calculated using the statistical data available for analysis:

The calculation of the security indicator is made according to the formula:

Number of doctors / Population * 10000

ü We calculate the indicator of provision of the adult population with local general practitioners: (per 10,000 population)

152/260000 * 10000 = 5.85%oo

ü We calculate the indicator of the provision of the adult population with cardiologists:

50/260000 * 10000 = 1.92%oo

ü We calculate the indicator of the provision of the adult population with neurologists:

75/260000 * 10000 = 2.88%oo

ü We calculate the indicator of the provision of the adult population with dentists:

47/260000 * 10000 = 1.81%oo

8) We determine the indicators that can be calculated using the statistical data available for analysis:

ü We calculate the indicator of the frequency of infectious diseases:

Number of diseases / Population * 1000

486540/900000 * 1000 = 540 cases per 1000 population

ü Determine the structure of infectious diseases:

Number of diseases of a certain type / Total number of diseases * 100%

446644/486540 * 100% = 91.8% – viral flu

6811/486540 * 100% = 1.4% – hepatitis A

7785/486540 * 100% = 1.6% – dysentery

25300/486540 * 100% = 5.2% – other

ü We calculate the indicator of the dynamics of infectious morbidity and evaluate the obtained indicators:

The dynamics indicator is calculated by the formula:

Number of cases in the current period / Number of cases in the previous period * 100%

540/530 * 100% = 102%

In 2015, compared to 2014, the number of infectious diseases increased by 2%

ü We calculate the indicator of the provision of the population with infectious beds:

2000/900000 * 10000 = 22 beds per 10000 people

nine)

ü The effectiveness of preventive measures against influenza can be assessed by the level of hospitalization and morbidity;

ü We calculate the completeness of coverage of the population with preventive vaccinations:

Coverage coverage is calculated using the formula:

Number of vaccinated population / Population * 100%

200,000/80,000 * 100% = 25% of population vaccinated

ü We calculate the degree of implementation of the influenza vaccination plan and evaluate the data obtained:

The degree of implementation of the plan is calculated by the formula:

Number of vaccinated population / Planned number of vaccinated population * 100%

200000/320000 * 100% u003d 62 5% – the degree of implementation of the plan

The influenza vaccination plan has not been adequately implemented.

ü Justification of the effectiveness of the implementation of preventive measures, based on the level of influenza incidence in the current and previous year:

Because the number of diseases increased by 15% compared to the previous year 2014, the effectiveness of the implementation of prof. Activities – low;

ü Justification of the effectiveness of the implementation of preventive measures, based on the level of hospitalization with influenza in the current and previous year:

Hospitalization increased by 5% compared to the previous year, which means that the effectiveness of preventive measures is low.

Task 10 .

1. What population has been studied? Statistical sampling.

Statistical set – a set of objects or phenomena of the same type, united by a certain feature.

Sample population – part of the objects from the general population selected for study in order to draw a conclusion about the entire population.

In order for the conclusion obtained by studying the sample to be extended to the entire population, the sample must have the property of being representative.

The general population is the entire statistical collection of objects and / or phenomena of public life studied by the sampling method that have common qualitative characteristics or quantitative variables.

The general population consists of all units that can be attributed to it. Usually it is considered as a totality approaching infinity.

2. What is the volume of the studied population? 3900 workers

3. Define signs of similarity of units of observation.

The unit of observation is each primary element that makes up the statistical population and is the carrier of the characteristics to be taken into account. In this case, the unit of observation is the workers of one plant. The unit of observation is determined by the purpose and objectives of the statistical study, as well as the chosen object of study (when studying hospital mortality, the unit of observation will be a patient who died in a hospital)

Units of observation have signs of similarity and difference. Signs of similarity serve as the basis for combining units of observation into a population . In this case, the sign of similarity will be that all units of observation work at the same plant, under the same conditions, with the same factors acting on them within the plant.

4. How many accounting signs are in this population?

The features by which the elements of the statistical population differ are subject to registration and are called accounting features, which can be:

a) quality

– attributive, descriptive: in this task, the profession is known – workers of one plant, the nosological form of the disease – influenza

-quantitative, expressed as a number: body weight, height, age, duration of illness – there are no such data.

b) by role in the studied population

– factorial (signs, under the influence of which other signs that depend on them change) – immunization

– effective (signs that depend on factorial) – morbidity With a change in the value of a factor sign, a change in the resultant occurs (with an increase in the age of the child, his height increases)

5. Is the population under study representative in quality?

Sample requirements:

1) must be representative, accurately and fully reflect the phenomenon, i.e. to give the same idea of the phenomenon as if the whole general population was studied, for this it must:

a. be sufficient in number – in this case sufficient (a small sample of more than 30)

b. possess the main features of the general population (in the selected part, all elements should be presented in the same ratio as in the general population)?

2) when forming it, the basic principle of forming a sample population must be observed: an equal opportunity for each unit of observation to get into the study.

Task 11.

1. Indicate the reporting form, after analyzing which you can get information about infectious diseases. Which structural unit is responsible for completing this form?

Form No. 1 and No. 2 “Information on infectious and parasitic diseases” (monthly and annual), approved by order of Rosstat dated December 26, 2008 No. 326

Health care institutions, depending on the type of their activities, draw up appropriate reporting forms, which are state or industry reporting. Currently, medical institutions compile and submit relevant reports to the Ministry of Health and Social Development of Russia and Rosstat, with varying intervals.

2. Calculate the infectious disease rate.

Infectious diseases = (number of cases of infectious infections per year / population) * 100.000

FROM = (1850/50000)*100000= 3700

3. Calculate spec. IP levels of SARS, acute dysentery, epidemic hepatitis and other infections. diseases.

(number of inf.zab. For this nosology / population) * 10.000

SARS=1530/50000*10000=306

Acute dysentery=32/50000*10000=6

Epidemiological hepatitis=77/50000*10000=15

Other infections=211/50000*10000=42

4. Determine the structure of infectious morbidity (EP).

(number of infective infections for this nosology / total number of infectious diseases) * 100

Share of SARS=1530/1850*100=83%

Specific gravity Acute dysentery=32/1850*100=2%

Specific gravity Epid.hepatitis=77/1850*100=4%

Share of other infections=211/1850*100=11%

5. Select graphics for the received data. –

intense signs – bar to question 2 and 3

extensive signs – sector or intracolumn to question 4

Task 12.

1. Determine the purpose and objectives of the study.

The goal is to develop a comprehensive plan for recreational activities

Objectives – to study the influence of risk factors on the prevalence of diseases of the digestive system (DOP)

2. Determine the unit of observation, accounting features.

EN – students with BOP

Accounting signs:

a) quality

– attributive, descriptive: students, gender, nosological forms of diseases;

-quantitative, expressed as a number: course, age, duration of illness.

b) by role in the studied population

– factorial (signs, under the influence of which other signs that depend on them change) – the influence of risk factors

– effective (signs that depend on factorial) – the prevalence of BOP With a change in the value of a factor sign, a change in the resultant sign occurs (with an increase in the age of the child, his height increases)

3. Design a data collection program that will meet the purpose and objectives of the study and display the main features of the difference.

Stages of statistical research:

Stage 1. Drawing up a plan and program of the study is preparatory, it determines the purpose and objectives of the study, draws up a plan and program for the study, develops a program for summarizing statistical material and resolves organizational issues.

it is necessary to draw up a program of research (observation) – includes:

– definition of the unit of observation; – students of medical university.

– a list of questions (accounting signs) to be registered in relation to each unit of observation

Questions:

1. Age, gender, course.

2. Do you have BOPs? What is the nosological form? (Gastritis, PU, GSD, pancreatitis, colon cancer)

3. Duration of the disease (when and how did you get sick, how long was the disease)

4. Determination of risk factors: heredity, bad habits, malnutrition, eating disorders, stress, abuse of coffee and carbonated drinks, concomitant diseases (DM), low physical activity, overeating. (in front of each put +/-)

– development of an individual accounting (registration) form with a list of questions and features to be recorded;

– development of layout tables, in which the results of the study are then entered.

For each unit of observation, a separate form is filled out, it contains a passport part, clearly formulated questions of the program, put in a certain sequence, and the date of filling out the document. As accounting forms, accounting medical forms used in the practice of medical institutions can be used.

4. Make a layout of a simple table “Distribution of students with diseases of the digestive system by nosological forms.”

Table 1

Distribution of students with diseases of the digestive system by nosological forms

Nosological form of BOP Number of sick students
Gastritis
Pancreatitis
Stomach ulcer
cholelithiasis
colon cancer
Total

5. Make a layout of the group table “Distribution of students with diseases of the digestive system by sex and age.”

Table 1

Distribution of students with diseases of the digestive system by sex and age

Nos. shape Number of sick students Total
Age 17-20 Age 20-23
M F M F
Gastritis
pancreatitis
YABZH
cholelithiasis
Cancer TC
Total

Task #13

test questions Answers
What population was studied: general or sample? General population: the entire population of the district – 56756 people (all patients with dysentery or other acute intestinal infections, depending on the purpose of the study)
What is the volume of the studied population? N = 56,756 people
List the features that characterize the population under study. Name the unit of observation. Each case of an infectious disease with dysentery or other acute intestinal infections in 2014-2015.
Indicate the features by which the elements of the statistical population differ. Various infectious diseases (according to nosological forms); age groups; children attending and not attending childcare facilities.
How many accounting features are in this set? Name the signs quantitative and qualitative, factorial and productive. A. By nature : Qualitative – two: 1. Children attending and not attending children’s institutions. 2. Prenosological forms Quantitative – two: 1. Years of observation 2. Age groups B. By role in the aggregate : Factorial – three: 1. Years of observation 2. Age factor 3. Visits to children’s institutions Effective – one: 1. The presence of an infectious disease
Is the population under study representative in quality? The study is conducted on the general population, therefore, the results are reliable.
Name the object of study. Infectious morbidity of the population
Name the type of observation. Current.
Name the method of observation. Solid observation.

Task #14

one)

Primary incidence = Number of new diseases × 1000
Average population

2) – the level of respiratory diseases:

– the level of some infectious and parasitic diseases:

– the level of diseases of the genitourinary system:

– the level of diseases of the circulatory system:

3) Determination of the structure of morbidity.

– proportion of respiratory diseases:

– share of some infectious and parasitic diseases:

– the proportion of diseases of the genitourinary system:

– proportion of diseases of the circulatory system:

– proportion of other diseases:

4) for intensive indicators bar; for extensive sectoral

5) 1. The overall incidence of the population was 345.1 ‰ – this is a low level.

2. Analysis of the incidence of certain classes of diseases showed that the highest level of respiratory diseases (128.79 ‰) was revealed. The 2nd place is occupied by some infectious and parasitic diseases (28.71‰), the 3rd place is occupied by diseases of the genitourinary system (22.49‰).

3. In the structure of morbidity of the population, respiratory diseases accounted for the largest share (37.32%), followed by some infectious and parasitic diseases (8.32%), diseases of the genitourinary system (6.52%) and diseases of the circulatory system (3.01 %).

Problem #15

1. Fertility: .

2. Mortality: .

3. Natural increase (decrease) of the population: .

4. Infant mortality:

;

5. There is a population decline. And the infant mortality rate is very high, which indicates a low level of socio-economic development of the region.

1) Bed turnover = Number of treated patients / Average annual number of beds = 12500/800 = 15.6 = 16

2) Average annual bed occupancy = Number of bed-days spent by patients in the hospital / Average annual number of beds = 150,000/800 = 187.5

3) Number of beds required = Total number of bed days/Bed work = 150000/335 = 447.8 = 448

4) Average number of patient stays in bed = Total bed-days spent / Number of retired patients = 105000/4600 = 22.8

5) On average, the bed turnover in a hospital can be from 17 to 20 or more patients; in the hospital proposed in the task, this figure is less. The average annual bed occupancy is also less than the proposed rate (335). The number of beds exceeds the required number (800 instead of 448). The average number of patients staying in bed exceeds the norm (22.8 instead of 14.7)

1) The actions of the doctor of the emergency room are not lawful

2) According to the Federal Law of November 29, 2010 No. 326-FZ “On Compulsory Medical Insurance in the Russian Federation”, Article 15, paragraph 5: “A medical organization operates in the field of compulsory medical insurance on the basis of an agreement for the provision and payment of medical care for compulsory health insurance and are not entitled to refuse to provide medical care to insured persons in accordance with the territorial health insurance program. Also, in accordance with Article 16, Clause 1 of this Federal Law, insured persons are entitled to free medical care by medical organizations in the event of an insured event throughout the Russian Federation in the amount established by the basic program of compulsory medical insurance.

3) The basic program of compulsory medical insurance is an integral part of the program of state guarantees of free provision of medical care to citizens, which determines the rights of insured persons to provide them with free medical care at the expense of compulsory medical insurance throughout the territory of the Russian Federation and establishes uniform requirements for territorial programs of compulsory medical insurance.

4) The territorial program of compulsory medical insurance is an integral part of the territorial program of state guarantees of free provision of medical care to citizens, which determines the rights of insured persons to free medical care in the territory of a constituent entity of the Russian Federation and meets the uniform requirements of the basic program of compulsory medical insurance.

5) Citizen I. has the right to free medical care in the amount established by the basic program of compulsory medical insurance. It is necessary to issue a referral for hospitalization.

1) Arithmetic mean

2) Wed. arithm, mode, median

3) Representativeness error (0.4 and 0.7), Student’s t-test (1.4)

4) Unreliable, because Student’s criterion is less than 2

5) Confidence limits – the limits of average values, beyond which, due to random fluctuations, there is an insignificant probability. (M): Mgen u003d Msa + – tm

TASK 19

In 2015, the average annual population of the district was 160,000, including 90,000 women aged 15–49. In the same year, 1,500 children were born alive. 1700 people died in 2015, including 40 under the age of 1 year.

To solve the problem, it is necessary to calculate the following coefficients:

1. Fertility: .

2. Birth rate: very low (up to 10.0)

3. Mortality: .

4. Estimated overall mortality rate: low (7-10)

5. Natural increase (decrease) of the population: .

Problem 20

When studying the ZVUT of 380 workers of an industrial enterprise in 2015, the following data were obtained: the absolute number of obstructions-400, the absolute number of calendar days-5320, Never hurt 348. Respiratory organs: 135 cases, B-no bone mice with we are 80, no leather – 50, others – 135.

structure in cases = number of times of loss due to definition *100

the total number of cases of non-labor time for all problems

1. Share of the diseased respiratory organ:

2. The proportion of more musculoskeletal s-we:

3. Share of skin pain:

4. The share of other pain:

5. Diagram

Task 21:

Carry out a grouping of materials research. Injuries among the workers of the mechanic shop, taking into account the following signs:

Age – up to 29.30-39.40-49, more than 50

Profession – turner, grinder, locksmith, welder

Work experience – less than a year, 1-3, more than 3 years

Working hours: night shift, day shift, evening shift

1. Requirements for statistical tables :

1. The table should have a clear and concise title that defines its content.

2. In the table, a statistical subject and a predicate are distinguished.

3. 3. The table should have, where possible, a total (both horizontally and vertically), i.e. by rows and columns.

4. 4. The table should not be bulky, that is, contain no more than three accounting signs.

5. 5. There should be no empty spaces in the completed table. If this issue has not been studied and the data cannot be put down, “no information” or “unknown” is written.

2.Static subject: the main accounting feature to be studied (injuries among workers)

3. Simple table layout:

Table 1. Injuries among the workers of the machine shop.

profession Number of employees
turner
grinder
locksmith
welder
Total:

4.Grouped table layout

Table 2. Injuries among machine shop workers by age.

profession Number of employees Total:
up to 29 30-39 40-49 Over 50
Turner
grinder
locksmith
Welder
Total:

5.Combination table layout:

Table 3. Injuries among the workers of the machine shop in accordance with age, length of service and mode of operation.

Profession Number of employees, age, experience Total
Up to 29 years old 30-39 40-49 Over 50
<1 1-3g >3l <1 1-3g >3l <1 1-3g >3l <1 1-3g >3l <1 1-3g >3l
turner
grinder
locksmith
welder
Total:

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Task

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Conduct a grouping of materials for the study of injuries among the workers of the machine shop, taking into account the following signs:

-age: up to 29 years old, 30-39 years old, 40-49 years old, over 50 years old

– profession: turner, grinder, locksmith, welder

– work experience: less than a year, 1-3 years, more than 3 years

– working hours: night shift, day shift, evening shift

Questions:

1. Formulate the requirements for statistical tables

2. Determine the statistical subject

3. Layout a simple table

4. Layout the group table

5. Layout the Combination Table

Answers:

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