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Disability from cardiovascular diseases at Osh city, Kyrgyz Republic



Gulamov Isabek Tazhidinovich1, Kalmatov Romanbek Kalmatovich*,1, Sydykov Akylbek Sagynbaevich2, Abylov Kuttubek Temirzhanovich1, Raiimbekuulu Nurlan1, Akbalaeva Begimai Akbalaevna1 & Mohd Faizan Siddiqui1



1International Medical Faculty, Osh State University, Osh City, Kyrgyzstan; 2Universität Gießen Fachbereich Medizin, Giessen, Germany; *Corresponding author



Gulamov Isabek Tazhidinovich - E-mail: i.gulamov@oshsu.kg

Kalmatov Romanbek Kalmatovich - Email: rkalmatov@oshsu.kg

Sydykov Akylbek Sagynbaevich - Email: akyl_sydykov@yahoo.com

Abylov Kuttubek Temirzhanovich - Email: ktabylov@oshsu.kg

Raiimbekuulu Nurlan - Email: nraiimbekuulu@oshsu.kg

Akbalaeva Begimai Akbalaevna - Email: bakbalaeva@oshsu.kg

Mohd Faizan Siddiqui - Email: Mohdfazizan.siddiqui@oshsu.kg


Article Type

Research Article



Received February 1, 2024; Revised February 29, 2024; Accepted February 29, 2024, Published February 29, 2024



Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading global cause of death, contributing to health deterioration and increased healthcare expenses. Therefore, it is of interest to investigate the disability rates related to cardiovascular diseases at Osh city, Kyrgyz Republic. We report the prevalence of disability in both urban and rural areas, highlighting the impact of regional disparities in medical and social services. Data shows that adult cardiovascular disease impairment in Kyrgyzstan suggests challenges in accessing medical and social support, particularly in rural regions. Thus, the rural-urban divide in critical disability metrics impedes equitable research. Comprehensive assessments and interventions are imperative to mitigate cardiovascular diseases and associated disabilities in both rural and urban populations at Kyrgyz Republic.



Cardiovascular disease, disability indicators, LHA, medical efficacy, rural-urban disparities



Tazhidinovich et al. Bioinformation 20(2): 110-115 (2024)


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P Kangueane






Biomedical Informatics



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