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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC BURDEN OF FIVE NATURAL FOCAL INFECTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

https://doi.org/10.17749/2070-4909.2015.8.1.047-056

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Abstract

Study objective: to perform assessment of the social and economic burden (analysis of the cost of disease) of five natural focal transmitted infectious diseases in theRussian Federationon the whole and in certain regions: ixodic tick-borne borreliosis, Siberian tick-borne typhus,Astrakhanrickettsial fever, Crimean hemorrhagic fever, andWest Nileencephalitis. Materials and methods. Direct and indirect costs caused with the studied diseases and the number of lost Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALY) are calculated in the probability model. Results. The total value of social and economic losses associated with vector-borne infectious diseases comprised 909 million rubles in prices of 2011; most of the value is represented with ixodid tick-borne borreliosis. Totally, these diseases cause the loss of 16,599 DALY. 

About the Authors

A. E. Platonov
Research Institute of Epidemiology, Rospotrebnadzor, Moscow
Russian Federation

Platonov Aleksandr Evgen'evich – professor, Head of Laboratory of Zoonoses, Central Research Institute of Epidemiology. Address: Novogireevskaya Str., 3A, Moscow, 111123, Russia. Tel.: +74959769647 (office); +79037559601 (cell). E-mail: platonov@pcr.ru



N. A. Avksentyev
Research Financial Institution of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, Federal State Budget Institution, Moscow
Russian Federation

Avxentyev Nikolay Alexandrovich – research fellow of Centre for regional reforms research of Applied economic research Instituteof Russianacademy of national economy and public administration and junior research fellow of Centre for perspective financial planning, macroeconomic analysis and financial statistics of Research Financial institution of Ministry of Finance. Adress: Nastasyinsky per., 3-2, 127006, Moscow, 127006, Russia. Tel.: +74956997414. E-mail: na@nifi.ru



M. V. Avksentyeva
Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow; First Moscow State Medical University named after I.M. Sechenov
Russian Federation

Avxentyeva Maria Vladimirovna – PhD (doctor of medical sciences), leading research fellow of Laboratory for health technology assessment of Applied economic research Institute of Russian academy of national economy and public administration, leading research fellow of Centre for health finance of Research Financial institution of Ministry of Finance and professor of High school of healthcare management of the First Moscow state medical university named after I.M. Sechenov. Address: Vernadskogo prospect, 82-1, Moscow, 119571, Russia. Tel.: +7499 9569528, +74999569529. e-mail: avksent@yahoo.com



E. V. Derkach
Central Research Institute of Epidemiology, Rospotrebnadzor, Moscow; Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow; Center for Assessment of Health Care Technologies
Russian Federation

Derkach Elena Vladimirovna – PhD (candidate of medical sciences), leading research fellow of Laboratory for health technology assessment of Applied economic research Institute of Russian academy of national economy and public administration. Address: Russia, Moscow, 119571, Vernadskogo prospect, 82-1, RANEPA IPEI, Laboratory for health technology assessment. Tel.: +7 (499) 956-95-28, +7 (499) 956-95-29. e-mail: evd@hta-rus.ru



O. V. Platonova
Central Research Institute of Epidemiology, Rospotrebnadzor, Moscow
Russian Federation
Platonova Ol'ga Vladimirovna – researcher, Laboratory of Zoonoses, Central Research Institute of Epidemiology. Address: Novogireevskaya Str., 3A, Moscow, 111123, Russia. Tel.: +749597696-46 (office); +79032104791 (cell). E-mail: oplatonova@pcr.ru.


A. V. Titkov
Central Research Institute of Epidemiology, Rospotrebnadzor, Moscow
Russian Federation
Titkov Anton Vladimirovich – junior researcher, Laboratory of Zoonoses, Central Research Institute of Epidemiology. Address: Novogireevskaya Str., 3A, Moscow, 111123, Russia. Tel.: +74959769646 (office); +79199636162 (cell). E-mail: anton.titkov@bk.ru


N. M. Kolyasnikova
Central Research Institute of Epidemiology, Rospotrebnadzor, Moscow; Institute of Poliomyelitis and Viral Encephalitis named after M.P. Chumakov, Moscow
Russian Federation

Kolyasnikova Nadezhda Mikhailovna – leading researcher, Laboratory of Tick-Borne Encephalitis and Other Viral Encephalitis,InstituteofPoliomyelitisand Viral Encephalitis named M.P. Chumakov. Address:27 kmof the Kievskoye highway, settlement “InstituteofPoliomyelitis”,Moscow, 142782,Russia. Tel.:+74954399003 (office); +79636930814 (cell). E-mail: kolyasnikova@pcr.ru



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For citation:


Platonov A.E., Avksentyev N.A., Avksentyeva M.V., Derkach E.V., Platonova O.V., Titkov A.V., Kolyasnikova N.M. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC BURDEN OF FIVE NATURAL FOCAL INFECTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION. FARMAKOEKONOMIKA. Modern Pharmacoeconomic and Pharmacoepidemiology. 2015;8(1):47-56. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17749/2070-4909.2015.8.1.047-056

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