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PREVALENCE OF EXCESSIVE BODY WEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG CHILDREN; ORGANIZATION OF PREVENTION OF CHILD OBESITY IN UKRAINE.

Dyachuk, D; Yaschenko, Y; Zabolotna, I; Yaschenko, L.
Georgian Med News; (289): 62-67, 2019 Apr.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31215881
Objective - to conduct an analysis and synthesis of scientific literature on the problem of overweight and obesity in children, national and foreign scientific sources, international and national statistical databases, on recommendations of international strategic documents on prevention of obesity among children, legal acts on prevention of obesity among children in Ukraine. The analysis of international research and recommendations on the prevention of obesity in children. Methods of research bibliosemantic, epidemiological, content analysis, conceptual modeling. The current state of the system of prevention of obesity in children is characterized by imperfections and disadvantages imperfect approaches of statistical reporting, which impedes the decisions on the prevention of diseases associated with overweight; the low level of diagnosis of obesity in children as evidenced by the significantly lower prevalence of obesity among the children of Ukraine compared to European countries, statistical processing on the prevalence of overweight in children in Ukraine is not performed. Existing approaches of obesity prevention in Ukraine do not take into account current recommendations and approaches developed on the basis of proven effectiveness. Implementation of the developed model of socio-medical monitoring of obesity in children allows screening and detection of children at risk of developing overweight and obesity, to form differentiated prevention programs, to prognose the risks of diseases associated with overweight, provide guidance on the medical care to a specialized level of schoolchildren at risk of developing of obesity, as well as conditions associated with overweight and obesity.
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