Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; from 1900

Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; from 1900

Periods Demographic key figures Population on January 1 (x 1 000) Demographic key figures Live born children (x 1 000) Demographic key figures Deaths (x 1 000) Health status Persons in (very) good health (%) Health status Persons with complete dentures (%) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Mumps (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Typhoid (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Diphtheria (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Hepatitis A (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Whooping Cough (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Legionnaires' disease (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Malaria (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Measles (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Meningococcal disease (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Paratyphoid B (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Polio (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Q Fever (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Rubella (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Shigella (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases Notifiable infectious diseases Tuberculosis (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases AIDS/HIV AIDS (number of notifications) Health status Occurrence of infectious diseases AIDS/HIV HIV-infected (number of notifications) Health status Use of medication/food supplements % prescribed (%) Health status Use of medication/food supplements % non-prescribed (%) Health status Sickness absence (%) Lifestyle Smoking, 16 years or older Smokers (%) Lifestyle Smoking, 16 years or older Heavy smokers (%) Lifestyle Alcohol consumption, 16 years or older Drinkers (%) Lifestyle Alcohol consumption, 16 years or older Heavy drinkers (%) Lifestyle Overweight Overweight persons (%) Lifestyle Overweight Moderately overweight (%) Lifestyle Overweight Seriously overweight (obese) (%) Lifestyle Use of contraceptive pill (%) Use of health care services Contacts with health professionals General practitioner (GP) (%) Use of health care services Contacts with health professionals Medical specialist (%) Use of health care services Contacts with health professionals Dentist (%) Use of health care services Contacts with health professionals Physiotherapist or exercise therapist (%) Use of health care services Contacts with health professionals Alternative healer (%) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses All diagnoses (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Certain infectious and parasitic dis. (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Neoplasms Total neoplasms (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Neoplasms Malignant neoplasms Total malignant neoplasms (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Neoplasms Malignant neoplasms Malign. neopl. of colon, rectum & anus (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Neoplasms Malignant neoplasms Malign. neopl. of trachea, bronch., lung (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Neoplasms Malignant neoplasms Malignant neoplasm of breast (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Neoplasms Malignant neoplasms Malignant neoplasm of bladder (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Dis. of blood/blood forming organs Total dis. of blood/blood forming org. (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Dis. of blood/blood forming organs Anaemias (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Endocrine, nutritional & metabol. dis. Total endocr., nutr. and metabol. dis. (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Endocrine, nutritional & metabol. dis. Diabetes mellitus (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Mental and behavioural disorders (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the nervous system (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the eye and adnexa (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the ear and mastoid process (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the circulatory system Total dis. of the circulatory system (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the circulatory system Angina pectoris (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the circulatory system Acute myocardial infarction (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the circulatory system Conduction disord. and card. disrhythm. (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the circulatory system Heart failure (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the circulatory system Cerebrovascular diseases (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the respiratory system Total dis. of the respiratory system (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the respiratory system Acute upper respirat. inf. & influenza (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the respiratory system Pneumonia (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the respiratory system Chronic dis. of tonsils and adenoids (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the respiratory system Other dis. of upper respiratory tract (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the respiratory system Chron. pulmonary dis. and bronchiect. (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the digestive system Total diseases of the digestive system (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the digestive system Diseases of appendix (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the digestive system Inguinal hernia (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the digestive system Cholelithiasis (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of skin and subcutaneous tissue (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Dis. of musculoskeletal system.. Total dis. of musculoskel. system... (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Dis. of musculoskeletal system.. Coxarthrosis (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Dis. of musculoskeletal system.. Gonarthrosis (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Dis. of musculoskeletal system.. Intervertebral disc disorders (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Dis. of musculoskeletal system.. Soft tissue disorders (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the genitourinary system Total dis. of genitourinary system (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the genitourinary system Urolithiasis (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the genitourinary system Hyperplasia of prostate (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Diseases of the genitourinary system Disorders of breast (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Pregnancy, childbirth and puerperium Total pregnancy, childbirth, puerperium (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Pregnancy, childbirth and puerperium Compl. of pregnancy, antenatal period (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Pregnancy, childbirth and puerperium Compl. of pregnancy, labour and delivery (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Certain conditions in perinatal period Total conditions in the perinatal period (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Certain conditions in perinatal period Short gestation and low birth weight (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Congenital anomalies (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Symptoms, signs, laboratory findings Total symptoms, signs, lab. findings (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Symptoms, signs, laboratory findings Pain in throat and chest (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Symptoms, signs, laboratory findings Abdominal and pelvic pain (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Injury, poisoning, other external causes Total injury, poisoning, oth. ext. cause (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Injury, poisoning, other external causes Intracranial injury (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Injury, poisoning, other external causes Fracture of femur (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Injury, poisoning, other external causes Fracture of lower leg, including ankle (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Injury, poisoning, other external causes Poisonings by drugs, medicaments etc. (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Injury, poisoning, other external causes Compl. surg. medical care, n.e.c. (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Factors influencing health status Total factors influencing health status (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Factors influencing health status Liveborn infants (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Use of health care services Hospital admissions by some diagnoses Factors influencing health status Other care (e.g. radio and chemother.) (admissions per 10 000 of the population) Care supply Quantitative hospital data Beds (x 1 000) Care supply Quantitative hospital data Hospital admissions (x 1 000) Care supply Quantitative hospital data Nursing days (x 1 000) Care supply Quantitative hospital data Average period of hospitalisation (days) Care supply Health professions General practitioners (GPs) (number) Care supply Health professions Medical specialists (number) Care supply Health professions Social welfare doctors (number) Care supply Health professions Dentists (number) Care supply Health professions Pharmacists (number) Care supply Health professions Midwives/obstetricians (number) Care supply Expenditures on care Expenditure in current prices (mln euro) Care supply Expenditures on care Care expenditure index, constant prices (2010=100) Care supply Expenditures on care Care expenditure per capita (euro) Care supply Expenditures on care Costs as a percentage of the GDP (%) Birth and life expectancy Perinatal mortality (per 1 000 born children) Birth and life expectancy Infant mortality (per 1 000 live born children) Birth and life expectancy Average age of the mother at 1st birth (year) Birth and life expectancy Multiple births (per 1 000 births) Birth and life expectancy Life expectancy at birth Men (year) Birth and life expectancy Life expectancy at birth Women (year) Birth and life expectancy Healthy life expectancy at birth Life expect. in experienced good health Men (year) Birth and life expectancy Healthy life expectancy at birth Life expect. in experienced good health Women (year) Birth and life expectancy Healthy life expectancy at birth Life expect. without physical limit. Men (year) Birth and life expectancy Healthy life expectancy at birth Life expect. without physical limit. Women (year) Birth and life expectancy Healthy life expectancy at birth Life expectancy without chronic dis. Men (year) Birth and life expectancy Healthy life expectancy at birth Life expectancy without chronic dis. Women (year) Causes of death All causes of death (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Infectious and parasitic diseases Total infectious and parasitic dis. (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Infectious and parasitic diseases Tuberculosis (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Malignant neoplasms Total malignant neoplasms (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Malignant neoplasms Malignant neoplasms of digestive org. (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Malignant neoplasms Malignant neoplasms respiratory.... (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Malignant neoplasms Malignant neoplasms of breast (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Diseases of the circulatory system Diseases of the circulatory system (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Diseases of the circulatory system Ischaemic heart diseases (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Diseases of the circulatory system Cerebrovascular diseases (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Influenza (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Chronic lower respiratory diseases (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Diseases of the digestive system (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Diseases of the genitourinary system Total dis. of the genitourinary system (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Diseases of the genitourinary system Nephritis and nephrotic syndrome (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death Congenital anomalies (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death External causes of mortality Total external causes of mortality (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death External causes of mortality Transport accidents (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death External causes of mortality Accidental falls (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death External causes of mortality Accidental drowning (per 100 000 of the average population) Causes of death External causes of mortality Suicide (per 100 000 of the average population)
1900 5,104 163 92 . . . 2,900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,151 . . 169 668 849 . . . . . 155.2 . . . . . . . . . . 1,786.3 . 172.0 92.0 . . . . . . . . . 66.0 . 9.0 . 39.0 . . . .
1920 6,754 193 82 . . . 2,223 8,060 . . . . . 133 . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,450 . . 381 639 920 . . . . 45.1 83.3 . . . . . . . . . . 1,220.1 195.8 146.9 112.4 78.2 . 6.2 . . . 35.7 . 81.7 44.1 34.6 6.9 8.3 37.4 . 3.2 11.7 7.3
1940 8,834 185 88 . . . 108 1,733 . . . . . 277 101 111 . . 1,185 7,620 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31.9 344 8,514 24.7 3,164 . . 1,531 861 1,139 . . . . 40.7 39.1 . . . . . . . . . . 988.0 64.0 43.7 138.2 85.6 8.8 11.9 279.8 . 79.9 17.8 . 41.3 49.9 31.4 4.9 14.3 98.5 . 5.9 10.0 10.8
1960 11,417 239 88 . . . 52 112 16,848 . . 54 . 118 163 29 . 2,992 1,977 5,845 . . . . 5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58.0 916 18,448 20.1 4,405 3,906 . 2,492 856 788 . . . . 26.6 17.9 25.6 12.4 71.5 75.4 . . . . . . 764.6 8.9 2.8 168.3 71.0 26.9 15.0 333.2 166.0 92.8 13.4 19.1 26.6 20.0 7.6 0.8 12.6 43.6 19.0 9.9 3.1 6.6
1970 12,958 239 110 . . . 23 2 3,789 . . 16 . 183 22 2 . 1,683 163 2,570 . . . . 7.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72.4 1,264 23,714 18.8 4,462 5,703 1,319 3,364 1,057 836 . . . . 18.6 12.7 24.3 10.0 70.8 76.5 . . . . . . 840.7 6.4 1.2 194.6 67.5 42.6 17.5 381.3 181.5 97.2 8.4 23.6 25.3 17.8 3.7 0.2 10.1 58.2 25.6 17.0 2.3 8.0
1980 14,091 181 114 . . 1,117 60 0 987 30 . 101 178 176 15 0 5 706 518 1,664 . . . . 9.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73.1 1,588 22,295 14.0 5,673 9,332 . 5,688 1,529 825 17,310 43 1,223 10.6 11.1 8.6 25.6 10.8 72.5 79.2 . . . . . . 807.6 4.4 1.1 216.7 67.6 57.1 18.9 362.2 173.4 85.1 0.5 25.5 27.7 17.3 2.3 0.1 5.5 43.1 14.6 11.9 1.0 10.1
1990 14,893 198 129 81.7 23.7 21 63 0 771 480 49 255 16 514 14 0 23 38 418 1,369 419 313 29.8 21.1 6.8 37.0 13.2 79.8 12.8 35.0 28.8 6.2 34.2 75.4 41.0 71.3 14.3 5.9 1,016.9 10.2 93.2 74.0 6.3 9.9 8.0 5.2 8.8 6.3 22.1 11.8 15.3 19.4 32.2 9.3 138.4 21.0 19.5 11.7 15.8 14.8 68.4 2.9 7.9 13.4 18.2 13.4 85.0 10.7 15.5 9.9 12.5 99.7 7.4 3.6 20.0 11.7 67.6 5.8 8.8 6.3 84.7 54.6 14.7 35.5 7.3 13.0 56.1 8.2 10.1 72.5 7.6 10.6 6.6 5.9 10.4 73.0 33.4 7.9 64.6 1,521 16,305 10.7 6,856 14,575 . 7,900 2,247 1,119 26,658 52 1,783 10.9 9.6 7.1 27.5 14.3 73.8 80.1 60.6 61.9 66.1 66.4 51.4 48.5 861.6 7.4 0.9 235.2 66.3 58.7 22.2 345.2 149.8 82.9 2.1 40.5 30.9 16.9 0.5 0.1 5.0 35.5 9.4 10.6 0.7 9.7
2000 15,864 207 141 80.4 15.7 . 33 0 658 4,263 171 543 255 516 18 0 12 11 286 1,443 269 870 33.8 34.5 5.5 32.7 9.8 85.9 13.3 44.3 34.6 9.7 43.1 75.6 38.0 78.2 16.2 5.9 922.8 11.4 87.4 70.7 7.2 9.5 8.4 4.5 8.7 6.7 16.9 6.9 12.8 15.9 15.4 6.3 137.7 20.7 16.1 17.9 14.8 16.3 63.5 3.7 11.7 9.4 12.7 12.6 82.2 9.5 12.1 12.6 9.2 64.4 10.6 5.8 9.4 8.5 46.4 3.9 5.4 5.6 85.9 59.1 16.9 43.0 8.3 8.8 60.4 13.3 7.9 73.3 6.5 11.7 6.1 6.3 15.5 73.1 30.0 9.9 55.4 1,470 12,412 8.4 7,710 10,575 2,775 6,255 2,473 1,490 45,361 67 2,848 10.0 7.8 5.1 29.1 18.2 75.5 80.6 61.5 60.9 69.2 67.8 48.6 44.2 882.4 10.2 0.6 237.0 66.2 55.8 21.7 308.9 109.5 76.5 2.3 42.4 33.5 17.6 0.2 0.1 3.8 32.5 7.1 10.5 0.7 9.4
2010 16,575 184 136 80.3 . 563 24 0 261 3,696 473 244 20 143 16 0 411 0 533 1,068 319 1,258 35.8 34.2 4.2 26.8 5.2 80.9 9.9 48.2 36.8 11.4 39.0 72.3 37.8 78.4 22.0 5.8 1,188.9 16.7 109.0 90.7 10.9 13.2 9.0 6.0 11.4 8.8 20.9 7.0 12.2 20.7 4.9 6.6 169.0 20.6 15.9 37.7 17.9 20.8 78.4 6.2 21.2 8.1 11.1 13.6 99.9 9.9 5.2 16.7 10.1 87.2 15.0 13.3 9.4 12.3 62.3 7.3 6.0 3.8 105.9 71.9 21.4 48.8 7.8 8.3 124.1 36.5 12.6 103.8 10.9 13.6 8.1 6.9 25.2 88.8 30.0 9.7 47.3 1,975 10,991 5.6 9,960 16,055 3,240 7,840 3,308 2,970 85,790 100 5,163 13.4 4.8 3.8 29.4 16.6 78.8 82.7 63.9 63.0 70.2 69.7 47.2 40.6 818.9 12.7 0.3 254.9 77.5 63.2 19.5 234.8 62.5 53.2 0.2 36.5 31.7 20.9 0.2 0.0 2.7 34.6 4.3 13.9 0.5 9.6
2015 16,901 171 147 79.5 . 87 17 5 79 6,672 438 344 7 95 23 0 20 1 476 862 242 930 41.2 37.6 3.9 26.0 4.0 80.4 10.0 50.3 36.6 13.7 34.4 69.2 39.7 78.7 23.6 5.1 993.3 18.9 101.7 85.7 12.8 11.7 6.6 6.1 10.2 7.3 22.1 6.1 4.7 33.3 3.0 5.6 141.6 7.5 19.1 24.7 17.0 22.7 82.8 7.9 21.1 5.5 7.2 21.5 93.3 9.5 3.2 15.4 9.0 73.0 14.0 13.5 7.3 7.5 56.6 7.8 4.9 2.6 76.3 40.1 24.5 47.1 6.6 6.2 68.6 14.6 9.0 89.6 7.6 13.2 6.1 4.9 24.3 49.5 16.9 1.1 42.6 1,717 8,950 5.2 11,435 18,890 2,725 8,730 3,599 3,470 92,323 . 5,450 13.4 4.0 3.3 29.6 15.9 79.7 83.1 64.6 63.2 72.4 69.4 45.9 40.5 868.6 20.6 0.2 260.9 79.8 63.2 19.5 232.5 53.1 56.9 2.2 41.8 26.8 19.7 0.2 0.0 2.6 42.8 3.7 20.6 0.5 11.0
2016 16,979 173 149 79.4 . 71 18 2 81 5,590 465 251 6 156 29 0 14 0 446 887 205 821 40.4 38.4 3.9 23.9 3.9 80.0 8.6 50.2 35.8 14.5 35.1 69.1 39.1 78.8 25.6 5.3 977.0 21.2 103.1 86.1 12.3 11.1 6.6 5.9 9.9 7.0 21.8 5.9 4.8 31.9 2.9 5.4 141.3 7.0 19.4 25.2 16.9 23.3 83.1 8.4 21.5 5.3 6.2 20.4 89.7 9.5 3.1 15.2 8.9 70.9 14.1 13.7 6.9 6.9 56.1 8.0 4.7 2.7 76.3 40.6 25.0 46.4 6.4 6.0 63.9 13.8 8.2 89.2 6.4 12.9 5.9 4.6 24.6 44.3 14.3 0.8 41.5 1,699 8,780 5.2 11,530 19,370 2,655 8,705 3,651 3,560 94,842 . 5,569 13.4 4.2 3.5 29.7 15.1 79.9 83.1 64.9 63.3 72.4 70.5 46.8 40.8 874.9 17.9 0.2 265.9 81.5 64.5 18.6 226.9 50.7 55.8 2.0 39.3 27.3 18.8 0.1 0.0 2.6 45.3 3.9 22.8 0.5 11.1
2017 17,082 170 150 79.3 . 46 20 4 372 4,966 575 211 16 205 32 0 22 0 427 783 154 738 40.6 40.2 4.0 22.8 3.5 79.0 9.1 49.9 35.7 14.2 36.5 68.8 39.4 79.9 25.4 6.0 922.1 20.3 99.2 82.5 11.3 10.3 6.0 5.4 9.6 6.9 21.7 5.8 4.7 29.7 2.5 5.1 136.4 6.5 19.1 24.0 17.0 23.5 76.7 8.1 20.2 4.5 5.4 19.5 86.2 9.6 2.8 13.9 8.6 68.0 14.1 14.1 6.4 5.9 54.4 7.9 4.5 2.6 71.6 39.2 22.6 45.8 6.6 5.7 55.2 11.2 7.0 86.4 5.7 13.0 5.7 4.7 24.4 34.5 9.2 1.1 40.3 1,613 8,431 5.2 11,770 19,845 2,620 8,515 3,578 3,640 97,053 . 5,665 13.2 4.1 3.6 29.8 15.4 80.1 83.3 65.0 63.8 73.2 70.7 46.0 41.4 876.8 18.3 0.1 262.1 80.6 62.6 18.3 222.7 48.7 53.7 2.9 41.0 26.1 19.3 0.2 0.0 2.7 46.5 3.6 23.5 0.5 11.2
2018 17,181 169 153 78.3 . 73 20 2 187 4,777 591 258 24 201 28 0 18 0 517 806 88 527 40.9 40.1 4.3 22.0 3.2 79.7 9.0 51.1 35.8 15.4 35.3 69.0 40.6 80.3 27.7 5.2 887.8 20.3 96.0 79.5 10.1 10.0 5.7 5.2 9.5 6.7 22.2 5.5 4.4 26.2 2.2 4.6 130.5 5.7 18.8 23.1 16.6 23.1 76.1 10.7 19.9 3.6 4.3 19.1 83.2 9.6 2.5 13.0 7.8 64.8 14.3 14.2 5.7 5.2 54.1 7.9 4.7 2.6 70.4 38.5 21.3 45.5 6.4 5.3 48.7 9.0 6.0 84.3 5.4 13.2 5.4 4.8 24.0 31.8 8.9 1.1 39.9 1,562 8,176 5.2 . . . . . . 100,029 . 5,805 12.9 4.2 3.5 29.9 15.3 80.2 83.3 64.2 62.7 73.1 70.8 47.3 40.2 890.0 19.3 0.2 259.8 79.7 61.8 17.9 219.3 49.0 53.4 7.0 41.1 27.4 19.5 0.1 0.0 2.9 50.1 4.0 26.9 0.6 10.6
2019 17,282 . . 78.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40.8 40.4 4.4 . . . . . . . 36.5 68.7 39.9 80.4 26.5 4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


This table presents a wide variety of historical data in the field of health, lifestyle and health care. Figures on births and mortality, causes of death and the occurrence of certain infectious diseases are available from 1900, other series from later dates.
In addition to self-perceived health, the table contains figures on infectious diseases, hospitalisations per diagnosis, life expectancy, lifestyle factors such as smoking, alcohol consumption and obesity, and causes of death. The table also gives information on several aspects of health care, such as the number of practising professionals, the number of available hospital beds, nursing day averages and the expenditures on care.
Many subjects are also covered in more detail by data in other tables, although sometimes with a shorter history. Data on notifiable infectious diseases and HIV/AIDS are not included in other tables.

Data available from: 1900


Status of the figures:
Most figures are definite.
Figures are provisional for the last year reported for:
- Hospital admissions;
- Quantitative hospital data;
- Health professions;
- sickness absence.
Figures are (revised) provisional for the last three years reported for:
- expenditures on care.
Due to 'dynamic' registrations, figures for infectious diseases remain provisional.

Changes as of 31 March 2020:
- For each series the most recent available figures have been added
- Figures on hospital beds from 2006 onwards have been replaced by data based on a new source, and completed with recent figures.


When will new figures be published?
December 2020.

Description topics

Demographic key figures
Total number of people residing in the Netherlands on 1 January, number of live born children and persons deceased.
Population on January 1
Total number of people residing in the Netherlands on 1 January. In the
population statistics compiled by Statistics Netherlands, inhabitants are
people registered in the municipal population registers.
In principle, everybody living in the Netherlands for an indefinite
period is recorded in the population register of the municipality of
residence. The population register does not include persons for whom
official exceptions are made (e.g. diplomats and NATO military
personnel), and persons residing in the Netherlands illegally.
Live born children
Baby showing some sign of life after birth, regardless of pregnancy
duration.
Deaths
Person declared dead by an authorized doctor. The figures refer to the
deaths of persons included in the Dutch population registers (residents),
irrespective of country of death. Non-residents who die in the
Netherlands are not included.
Health status
Health as perceived by the person him/herself as well as health as
assessed by medical professionals; the latter in terms of occurrence of
notifiable infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS, use of medication, and private
sector sickness absence.
Persons in (very) good health
People answering 'good' or 'very good' to the question 'Generally
speaking, how is your health?'. Other possible answers are 'moderate',
'bad' and 'very bad'.
Persons with complete dentures
The percentage of persons in the population aged 16 years or older with
upper and lower dentures. From 2010 these figures are no longer available.
Occurrence of infectious diseases
Some notifiable infectious diseases and HIV/AIDS.
Notifiable infectious diseases
Infectious diseases that are required under the Public Health Act to be
reported to the Area Health Authority.
The table includes only infectious diseases:
- for which data are available for more than 20 years,
- with at least more than 100 cases in one year of observation,
- for which all the figures refer to (more or less) the same disease
- for which figures give an overall impression of the absolute extent,
trends and outbreaks.
Mumps
Epidemic parotitis.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 072;
ICD-10: B26.
The notification requirement was abolished in 1999, but was reinstated in
December 2008 .
Included in the National Vaccination Programme since 1987.
Typhoid
Figures for 1900-1929 include paratyphoid B. From 1930 onwards separate
figures are presented for paratyphoid B.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 002.0;
ICD-10: A01.0.
Notification requirement since 1872.
Diphtheria
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 032;
ICD-10: A30.
Included in the National Vaccination Programme since 1957.
Notification requirement since 1872.
Hepatitis A
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 070.1;
ICD-10: B15.
Notification requirement since 1950.
Whooping Cough
Pertussis.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 033.0, 033.1 en 033.9;
ICD-10: A37.0, A37.1 en A37.9.
Included in the National Vaccination Programme since 1957.
Notification requirement since 1975.
Legionnaires' disease
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 482.8;
ICD-10: A48.1.
Notification requirement since 1987.
Malaria
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 084;
ICD-10: B50-B54.
Notification requirement since 1940.
Measles
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 055;
ICD-10: B05.
Included in the National Vaccination Programme since 1976.
Notification requirement since 1975.
Meningococcal disease
Meningococcal meningitis and meningococcal septicaemia: systemic
infections caused by the bacteria Neisseria meningitides.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 036;
ICD-10: A39.
Meningococ subtype C included in the National Vaccination Programme since
2002.
Paratyphoid B
Figures for 1900-1929 include paratyphoid B. From 1930 onwards separate
figures are presented for paratyphoid B.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 002.2;
ICD-10: A01.2.
Notification requirement since 1928.
Polio
Poliomyelitis.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 045;
ICD-10: A80.
Included in the National Vaccination Programme since 1957.
Notification requirement since 1923.
Q Fever
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 083.0;
ICD-10: A78.
Notification requirement since 1975.
Rubella
German measles.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 056 en 771.0;
ICD-10: B06 en P35.0.
Included in the National Vaccination Programme since 1974.
Notification requirement since 1950.
Shigella
Bacillary dysentery.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 004;
ICD-10: A03.
Notification requirement since 1873.
Tuberculosis
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 010-018;
ICD-10: A15-A19.
Notification requirement since 1980. As the tuberculosis
database is dynamic (expanding), the number of diagnoses for recent years
must be treated as provisional figures.
AIDS/HIV
In the period 1987 to 1998, physicians reported 80-90% of patients diagnosed with AIDS to the Health Inspection on a voluntary basis. This gave a good representation of the distribution of HIV. Since the introduction of more effective HIV therapy in 1996, the number of new diagnoses of AIDS has dropped substantially, and the registration of AIDS diagnoses is therefore no longer suitable for HIV-monitoring purposes.
Since 2002 the HIV Monitoring Foundation (HMF) collects data on all patients infected with HIV; therefore, the table also contains data on HIV infections. At the start of the epidemic, only HIV-infected patients were registered who were treated with antiviral drugs. Only from 2001, all HIV-infected patients were registered regardless of the treatment received.
From 1999 onwards, figures on AIDS consist of new AIDS diagnoses among registered HIV patients, as monitored by the SHM. (In 2003, the voluntary notification system for AIDS was formally abolished).
AIDS
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 042-044;
ICD-10: B20-B24.
Up to and including 1998, patients diagnosed with AIDS were reported to
the Health Inspection. From 1999 onwards, figures on AIDS consist of new
AIDS diagnoses in the HMF national HIV monitoring database.
As the HIV monitoring database is dynamic (expanding), the number of
diagnoses for recent years must be treated as provisional figures.
HIV-infected
Human Immunodeficiency Virus, virus responsible for the Acquired Immune
Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 042-044;
ICD-10: B20-B24.
Diagnose based on the SHM HIV monitoring database. As the HIV monitoring
database is dynamic (expanding), the number of diagnoses for recent years
must be treated as provisional figures.
Use of medication/food supplements
The use of medication and food supplements such as vitamins, minerals and herbal preparations in the fortnight preceding the interview.
Due to changes in methodology and questionnaire, data before and after 2010 cannot fully be compared.
% prescribed
Use of medicines or food supplements prescribed by a physician. Birth
control pills and medicines prescribed during hospital admissions are not
included.
Until 2010, this concerns only the use of medicines.
% non-prescribed
Use of non-prescribed medication or food supplements. Until 2010, this
concerns only the use of medicines.
Sickness absence
The number of days employees are absent because of illness (excluding
maternity leave) as a percentage of the total number of working or
calender days. The figures refer to all businesses and institutions,
until 2004 excluding the public sector. From 2005 also absence beyond one
year is included.
Lifestyle
Some factors that may influence health: smoking, drinking alcohol, being
overweight and use of the contraceptive pill.
Smoking, 16 years or older
Up to 2001, persons aged 16 years or older were asked about whether they
smoked - and if so how many cigarettes per day - through a written
questionnaire. In 2001 the method was changed slightly and questions were
asked orally in a computer assisted interview. Subsequent response
analysis did not show a break in series as a result of this new method.
Smokers
The percentage of persons in the population aged 16 years or older who
answered 'yes' to the question 'Do you smoke?'.
Heavy smokers
Percentage of persons in the population aged 16 years or older who smoke
20 or more cigarettes per day.
Alcohol consumption, 16 years or older
Questions about drinking alcoholic beverages and how often respondents
had drunk at least six units in one day in the six months preceding the
interview were asked through a written questionnaire.
Drinkers
Percentage of persons in the population aged 16 years or older who
occasionally or regularly drink alcoholic beverages.
Heavy drinkers
Percentage of persons in the population aged 16 years or older who are heavy drinkers. Up to 2012 the definition of a heavy drinker was a person that drinks at least 6 glasses of alcohol on one day at least once a week. From 2012 onwards there is a distinction between men and women. For men still goes that a heavy drinker is a person who drinks at least 6 glasses of alcohol on one day at least once a week. For women goes that a heavy drinker is a person who drinks at least 4 glasses of alcohol on one day at least once a week. Due to this change in definition the figures of before 2012 and from 2012 onwards cannot be compared very well.
Overweight
The Body Mass Index (BMI) is used to calculate whether a person is overweight. It is calculated by dividing a person's weight (in kilograms) by their height (in metres) squared. Adults with a BMI of 25 kg/m² or more are overweight.

Data on respondents with unknown weight or height and respondents with an improbable weight for their height are not used. Until 2013, date were excluded for persons aged 20 years or older with a BMI lower than 14 or higher than 45 kg/m² and persons younger than 20 years with a BMI lower than 10 or higher than 45 kg/m². From 2014, for both age groups the upper limit of BMI has been increased to 50 kg/m², whereas the lower limit has not been changed.
Overweight persons
Percentage of persons in the population aged 20 years or older with a
Body Mass Index (BMI) of 25.0 kg/m² or higher.
Moderately overweight
Percentage of persons in the population aged 20 years or older with a
Body Mass Index (BMI) of 25.0 to 30.0 kg/m².
Seriously overweight (obese)
Percentage of persons in the population aged 20 years or older with a
Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30.0 kg/m² or higher.
Use of contraceptive pill
Percentage of women aged 16 to 50 years who use an oral contraceptive.
In 2017-2018: percentage of sexually active women aged 16 to 50 years who use an oral contraceptive. Percentages of 2017-2018 therefore can not be compared to earlier years. Sexually active women are women who have had sex in the 12 monthes preceeding the interview.
Use of health care services
Contacts with health professionals and hospital admissions.
Contacts with health professionals
Percentage of persons in the population aged 0 years or older who had contacted the health professional concerned at least once in the 12 months preceding the survey date.
Due to changes in methodology and questionnaire, data before and after 2010 cannot fully be compared.
General practitioner (GP)
Contacts with a GP in the Netherlands:
- visits to a GP,
- GP home visits,
- telephone consultations,
- other contacts
Contacts with a locum and the emergency GP service are included, contacts
with the GP surgery assistant are not.
Medical specialist
Contacts with a specialist in the Netherlands:
- at the outpatient clinic,
- in hospital,
- at the emergency department,
- at practice outside the hospital or
- at a private clinic.
Contacts with specialists during hospital admissions are not included.
Dentist
Visits to a dentist in the Netherlands. Contacts with the dental
hygienist, orthodontist and oral surgeon are not included.
Physiotherapist or exercise therapist
Contact with a therapist for physical or exercise therapy. Physio- or
exercise therapy during hospital admission is not included.
Until 2010, the figures are restricted to physiotherapy.
Alternative healer
Contacts with a homeopath, anthroposophist, acupuncturist, chiropractor,
osteopath, phyto therapist or herbalist, naturopath, magnetizer or
paranormal healer, faith healer or religious healer and / or other healer.
Hospital admissions by some diagnoses
Overnight admissions to general and university hospitals and hospitals specialising in one type of disease. Admissions are included if the date of discharge is within the year under review. Starting 2013, one-day admissions are counted only in case of death of the patient or transport to an other hospital.

Diagnoses are recorded according to the 'International Classification of Diseases'. Up to 2013 version 9 was used (ICD-9-CM), From 2013 onwards version 10 (ICD-10) is used.

Diagnoses are classified according to the International Shortlist for Hospital Morbidity Tabulation (ISHMT). Categories are definied slightly different using ICD-9 (up to 2013) or ICD-10 (from 2013).

Figures on diagnoses refer to the principal diagnosis registered at each admission, as indicated at discharge form the hospital.

The figures are expressed per 10 000 of the population in the year under review.
All diagnoses
Total hospital admissions.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 001-999, V01-V82
ICD-10: A00-Z99 (excluding V, W, X and Y codes).
Certain infectious and parasitic dis.
Certain infectious and parasitic diseases.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 001-033, 034.1-099.2, 099.5-134.9, 136.0, 136.2-139.8, 279.5-279.6
ICD-10: A00-B99.
Neoplasms
Neoplasms, subdivided into malignant and non-malignant neoplasms.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 140-239
ICD-10: C00-D48.
Total neoplasms
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 140-239
ICD-10: C00-D48.
Malignant neoplasms
Cancer.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 140-208
ICD-10: C00-C97.
Total malignant neoplasms
Cancer.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 140-208
ICD-10: C00-C97.
Malign. neopl. of colon, rectum & anus
Malignant neoplasm of colon, rectosigmoid junction, rectum, anus and anal
canal.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 153-154
ICD-10: C18-C21.
Malign. neopl. of trachea, bronch., lung
Malignant neoplasms of trachea, bronchus and lung.
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 162
ICD-10: C33-C34.
Malignant neoplasm of breast
Malignant neoplasm of breast.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 174-175
ICD-10: C50.
Malignant neoplasm of bladder
Malignant neoplasm of bladder.
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 188
ICD-10: C67.
Dis. of blood/blood forming organs
Diseases of the blood and blood forming organs and certain disorders
involving the immune mechanism.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 135, 279.0-279.3, 279.8-279.9, 280-288, 289.0, 289.4-289.9
ICD-10: D50-D89.
Total dis. of blood/blood forming org.
Total of diseases of the blood and blood forming organs and certain
disorders involving the immune mechanism
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 135, 279.0-279.3, 279.8-279.9, 280-288, 289.0, 289.4-289.9
ICD-10: D50-D89.
Anaemias
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 280-285
ICD-10: D50-D64.
Endocrine, nutritional & metabol. dis.
Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 240-278
ICD-10: E00-E90.
Total endocr., nutr. and metabol. dis.
Total of endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 240-278
ICD-10: E00-E90.
Diabetes mellitus
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 250
ICD-10: E10-E14.
Mental and behavioural disorders
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 290-319
ICD-10: F00-F99.
Diseases of the nervous system
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 320-359, 435
ICD-10: G00-G99.
From 2013 onwards ISHMT-definitions use ICD-10, resulting in inclusion of sleaping disorders in disdases of the nervous system.
Diseases of the eye and adnexa
Including adjoining and accompanying structures such as eye socket,
eyelids, tear gland and eye nerve.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 360-379
ICD-10: H00-H59.
Diseases of the ear and mastoid process
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 380-389
ICD-10: H60-H95.
Diseases of the circulatory system
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 390-434, 436-445, 447-459
ICD-10: I00-I99.
Total dis. of the circulatory system
Total diseases of the circulatory system
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 390-434, 436-445, 447-459
ICD-10: I00-I99.
Angina pectoris
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 413
ICD-10: I20.
Acute myocardial infarction
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 410
ICD-10: I21-I22.
Conduction disord. and card. disrhythm.
Conduction disorders and cardiac arrhythmias
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 426-427
ICD-10: I44-I49.
Heart failure
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 428
ICD-10: I50.
Cerebrovascular diseases
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 430-434, 436-438
ICD-10: I60-I69.
Diseases of the respiratory system
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 034.0, 460-519
ICD-10: J00-J99.
Total dis. of the respiratory system
Total diseases of the respiratory system
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 034.0, 460-519
ICD-10: J00-J99.
Acute upper respirat. inf. & influenza
Acute upper respiratory infections and influenza.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 034.0, 460-465, 487, 488
ICD-10: J00-J11.
Pneumonia
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 480-486
ICD-10: J12-J18.
Chronic dis. of tonsils and adenoids
Chronic diseases of tonsils and adenoids.
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 474
ICD-10: J35.
Other dis. of upper respiratory tract
Other diseases of upper respiratory tract.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 470-473, 475-478
ICD-10: J30-J34, J36-J39.
Chron. pulmonary dis. and bronchiect.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and bronchiectasis.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 490-492, 494, 496
ICD-10: J40-J44, J47.
Diseases of the digestive system
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 520-579
ICD-10: K00-K93.
Total diseases of the digestive system
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 520-579
ICD-10: K00-K93.
Diseases of appendix
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 540-543
ICD-10: K35-K38.
Inguinal hernia
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 550
ICD-10: K40.
Cholelithiasis
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 574
ICD-10: K80.
Diseases of skin and subcutaneous tissue
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 680-709
ICD-10: L00-L99.
Dis. of musculoskeletal system..
Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 099.3, 136.1, 279.4, 446, 710-739
ICD-10: M00-M99.
Total dis. of musculoskel. system...
Total diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 099.3, 136.1, 279.4, 446, 710-739
ICD-10: M00-M99.
Coxarthrosis
Arthrosis of hip.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 715.15, 715.25, 715.35, 715.95
ICD-10: M16.
Gonarthrosis
Arthrosis of knee.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 715.16, 715.26, 715.36, 715.96
ICD-10: M17.
Intervertebral disc disorders
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 722
ICD-10: M50, M51.
Soft tissue disorders
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 726, 727.0, 727.2-727.9, 728.0-728.3, 728.6-728.9, 729
ICD-10: M60-M79.
Diseases of the genitourinary system
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 099.4, 580-598, 599.0-599.6, 599.8-599.9, 600-629, 788.0
ICD-10: N00-N99.
Total dis. of genitourinary system
Total diseases of the genitourinary system.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 099.4, 580-598, 599.0-599.6, 599.8-599.9, 600-629, 788.0
ICD-10: N00-N99.
Urolithiasis
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 592, 594, 788.0
ICD-10: N20-N23.
Hyperplasia of prostate
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 600
ICD-10: N40.
Disorders of breast
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 610-611
ICD-10: N60-N64.
Pregnancy, childbirth and puerperium
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 630-676
ICD-10: O00-O99.
Total pregnancy, childbirth, puerperium
Total pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium.
ICD-9: 630-676
ICD-10: O00-O99.
Compl. of pregnancy, antenatal period
Complications of pregnancy predominantly in the antenatal period.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 640-646, 651-659
ICD-10: O10-O48.
Compl. of pregnancy, labour and delivery
Complications of pregnancy predominantly during labour and delivery.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 660-668, 669.0-669.4, 669.8-669.9
ICD-10: O60-O75.
Certain conditions in perinatal period
Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 760-779
ICD-10: P00-P96.
Total conditions in the perinatal period
Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 760-779
ICD-10: P00-P96.
Short gestation and low birth weight
Disorders related to short gestation and low birth weight.
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 765
ICD-10: P07.
Congenital anomalies
Congenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 740-759
ICD-10: Q00-Q99.
Symptoms, signs, laboratory findings
Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not
elsewhere classified.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 599.7, 780-787, 788.1-788.9, 789-799
ICD-10: R00-R99.
Total symptoms, signs, lab. findings
Total symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified.
ICD-codes:
CD-9: 599.7, 780-787, 788.1-788.9, 789-799
ICD-10: R00-R99.
Pain in throat and chest
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 784.1, 786.5
ICD-10: R07.
Abdominal and pelvic pain
ICD-code:
ICD-9: 789.0
ICD-10: R10.
Injury, poisoning, other external causes
Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 800-999
ICD-10: S00-T98.
Total injury, poisoning, oth. ext. cause
Total injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 800-999
ICD-10: S00-T98.
Intracranial injury
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 800.1-800.4, 800.6-800.9, 801.1-801.4, 801.6-801.9, 803.1-803.4,
803.6-803.9, 804.1-804.4, 804.6-804.9, 850-854
ICD-10: S06.
Fracture of femur
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 820-821
ICD-10: S72.
Fracture of lower leg, including ankle
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 823-824
ICD-10: S82.
Poisonings by drugs, medicaments etc.
Poisonings by drugs, medicaments and biological substances and toxic
effects of substances chiefly nonmedicinal as to source.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 960-989
ICD-10: T36-T65.
Compl. surg. medical care, n.e.c.
Complications of surgical and medical care, not elsewhere classified.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 996-999
ICD-10: T80-T88.
Factors influencing health status
Factors influencing health status and contact with health services.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: V01-V82
ICD-10: Z00-Z99.
Total factors influencing health status
Total factors influencing health status and contact with health services.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: V01-V82
ICD-10: Z00-Z99.
Liveborn infants
Liveborn infants according to place of birth ("healthy newborn babies").
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: V30-V39
ICD-10: Z38.
Other care (e.g. radio and chemother.)
Other medical care (including radiotherapy and chemotherapy sessions).
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: V07.1, V58
ICD-10: Z51.
Care supply
Quantitative data on hospitals, health professionals and costs of care.
Quantitative hospital data
Total number of beds, hospital admissions, nursing days, and average
duration of hospitalisation per admission for all hospitals (general,
university and specialised hospitals including revalidation centres).
Figures for 1932-1964 exclude sanatoriums for tuberculosis patients and
clinics for patients with neuroses; figures until 1972 exclude military
hospitals. Source: 1925-1964: Public Health Inspectorate.
Beds
Until 2006: actual beds (for both in-patient and out-patient treatment). This is the average number of beds a health care institution uses in its
daily care schedule. Including beds in hospital psychiatric wards
(PAAZ/PUK beds). Source: until 2002 the annual survey among hospitals and rehabilitation institutions, by Statistics Netherlands, 2002-2005 performed by Prismant.
From 2006: The number of actual beds at health care providers (academic hospitals, general hospitals, categoral hospitals and rehabilitation institutions), for stay and (clinical, day-and part-time) treatment, excluding PAAZ/PUK beds and including cribs for healthy newborns and beds in rehabilitation institutions. Infomation comes from DigiMV (web survey) and is part of the annual Corporate Responsibility document.
PAAZ: psychiatric ward of a general hospital
PUK: psychiatric university clinic

Hospital admissions
The number of new periods of hospitalisation for which one or more
nursing days are charged. Hospital births are counted as admissions, with
the exception of out-patient births. Internal transfers, i.e. within the
same hospital, are not counted as new admissions. Healthy babies who stay
in the hospital during their mother's admission are counted as
admissions. Until 2006, admissions to hospital psychiatric wards
(PAAZ/PUK admissions) are included. From 2006 PAAZ admissions are
excluded, and from 2008 this also applies for PUK admissions.
PAAZ: psychiatric ward of a general hospital
PUK: psychiatric university clinic
Nursing days
Calendar day for which a patient is charged, falling within the period
from hospital admission to discharge. The day of admission, if admission
is before 20.00 hrs, and the day of discharge are counted as nursing
days. Also includes absence days. An absence day is a day, but not the
day of discharge, before a night which a patient does not spend in
hospital. These days mostly fall in planned three-day (max.) absence
periods. Absence days cannot be declared at the nursing rate concerned.
Absence days following pre-operative screening may not be declared as
absence days (or nursing days) and cannot be charged at all. Nursing days
of patients in special units, such as those for intensive care, etc. are
included.
- if admission takes place at or later than 20.00 hrs, the day of the
admission is not counted as the first nursing day.
- if the patient dies on the day of admission or discharges himself
against doctor's advice, the day is counted as a nursing day.
- an admission lasting for less than 24 hours is considered a normal
nursing day.
Until 2006, nursing days at hospital psychiatric wards (PAAZ/PUK days)
are included. From 2006 PAAZ days are excluded, and from 2008 this also
applies for PUK days.
PAAZ: psychiatric ward of a general hospital
PUK: psychiatric university clinic
Average period of hospitalisation
Number of nursing days in a given period divided by the number of
patients admitted.
Health professions
Until 1998, the figures refer either to the number of active professionals or to the number of registered professionals on 31 December of the year concerned, depending on the profession.

From 1999, the figures apply to qualified medically trained professionals registered in the official health professions register (BIG-register) on the reference date (last Friday in September), who are employed in the Dutch care sector or care-related activities, depending on the type of profession. They include Dutch residents and non-residents who work in the Netherlands.
General practitioners (GPs)
Up to 1998: The number of active general practitioners, including self-employed and
those employed by others.

From 1999: the number of BIG-registered general practitioners working in the Dutch care sector.
Medical specialists
Persons registered as a physician specialising in one of the official areas of medicine as designated by the board of medical specialists.

Up to 1983: number of active professionals; From 1984 to 1998: registered professionals.
From 1999: the number of BIG-registered medical specialists working in the Dutch care sector.
Social welfare doctors
Physicians who treat medical problems related to living, housing and job situation, including occupational physicians, insurance physicians and public health physicians.

Up to 1998: the number of registered social welfare doctors.
From 1999: the number of BIG-registered social welfare doctors working in the Dutch care sector, or care-related activities.

Care-related activities:
Activities that are not officially part of the Dutch care sector, but where care professionals may be expected to be active, e.g. in education, government, or in care-related industries such as health insurance or the pharmaceutical industry.
Dentists
Up to 1998: Professionally active dentists.
From 1999: the number of BIG-registered dentists working in the Dutch care sector.
Pharmacists
Persons trained and licensed to prepare and sell medicine.

Up to 1998: Pharmacists active in pharmacies or hospitals.
From 1999: the number of BIG-registered pharmacists working in the Dutch care sector or in pharmacies (not included in the care sector).
Midwives/obstetricians
Persons trained to monitor pregnancies through regular check-ups, and to assist during childbirth.

Up to 1998: midwives/obstetricians active in their own practice, in hospitals or as locums.
From 1999: the number of BIG-registered midwives/obstetricians working in the Dutch care sector.
Expenditures on care
Expenditure on health and social care including child care, in current and constant prices. All activities within the area of health and social care are considered, irrespective of whether it concerns a major or minor activity of the economic units. These figures refer to a broader definition than internationally used in the System of Health Accounts, that refers to health care including long term nursing care (health).
Expenditure in current prices
The expenditure is expressed in euros of the year under review. In this
way the series gives the development of the value of the expenditure.
Care expenditure index, constant prices
The expenditure is expressed in euros as if no price changes have taken place compared with the base year. The base year for this series is 2010.In this way the series gives an estimate of the 'real' development, or the development in quantities or volume.
Care expenditure per capita
Total expenditure on care, per capita.
Costs as a percentage of the GDP
Total expenditure on care expressed as a percentage of the gross domestic
product (GDP).
Birth and life expectancy
Perinatal mortality, average age of mother at birth of first child,
number of multiple births and (healthy) life expectancy at birth.
Perinatal mortality
Total number of stillbirths after a pregnancy of at least 28 weeks, plus
babies who die in the seven days following birth.
Infant mortality
Number of live born children who die before their first birthday.
Average age of the mother at 1st birth
Arithmetic average of the ages of mothers of all live born first
children. The mother's age is her age on 31 December of the year the
child is born.
Multiple births
Deliveries of two or more babies from the same pregnancy.
Life expectancy at birth
Number of years a baby is expected to live when it is born, according to
the life expectancy tables. Life expectancy tables show how many babies
per 100,000 will reach the age of 0.5, 1.5, 2.5 years etc. on the basis
of the mortality rate for a given period or birth cohort.
Men
Women
Healthy life expectancy at birth
Number of years a baby is expected to live in good health when it is
born. Good health is defined as absence of chronic disease, absence of
physical limitations, or perceived good health.
Life expect. in experienced good health
The calculation of healthy life expectancy is based on the answer to the
question 'How is your general state of health?' People who reply 'good'
or 'excellent' are defined as healthy. Questions on self-reported health
are included in the Integrated System of Social Surveys (POLS).
Men
Women
Life expect. without physical limit.
Life expectancy without major physical problems is calculated on the
basis of data on long- term limitations in mobility, sight and hearing.
People who reply 'yes, without difficulty' or 'yes, with a little
difficulty' are defined as having no physical limitations.
- Can you follow a conversation in a group of 3 or more people (with or
without a hearing aid)?
- Can you have a conversation with one other person (with or without a
hearing aid)?
- Is your sight good enough to read the small print in the newspaper
(with or without glasses or contact lenses)?
- Are you able to recognise somebody's face at a distance of 4 metres
(with or without glasses or contact lenses)?
- Can you carry an object weighing 5 kilos, for example a shopping bag,
over a distance of 10 metres?
- Can you bend down from an upright position to pick something up from
the floor?
- Can you walk a distance of 400 metres without stopping (with or without
a walking stick)?
These questions are included in the Integrated System of Social Surveys
(POLS) and are asked only of persons aged 12 years or older. In the
calculation of life expectancy without physical limitations it is assumed
that these disorders do not occur in persons under the age of 12.
Men
Women
Life expectancy without chronic dis.
A number of diseases leading to death or seriously affecting quality of
life were selected to determine life expectancy without chronic disease.
People who did not have or had not had any of the following diseases in
the twelve months preceding the survey are defined as not suffering from
chronic disease.
- serious heart condition and/or myocardial infarction (12 years or older)
- asthma, chronic bronchitis, pulmonary emphysema or chronic non-specific
pulmonary disease
- cancer
- stroke (12 years or older)
- diabetes
- serious or chronic gastrointestinal disorders
- chronic arthritis (Bechterew's disease, chronic rheumatism, rheumatoid
arthritis)
- serious or chronic backache (including slipped disk)
- degenerative arthritis in hips or knees (12 years or older)
- hypertension (high blood pressure)
- migraine or recurring serious headaches
Questions on chronic diseases are included in the Integrated System of
Social Surveys (POLS). Serious heart condition and/or myocardial
infarction, stroke and degenerative arthritis in hips or knees) are
assumed not to occur in children under 12 years of age.
Men
Women
Causes of death
Deaths by main primary cause of death per 100 000 of the average
population. The average population is half the population at the start of a given period, plus half of the population at the end of that period.

The basis for the classification and coding used for mortality by cause of death is the International Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD; World Health Organisation (WHO)). The ICD-8 was in use from 1969 to 1978, the ICD-9 from 1979 to 1996 and the ICD-10 since 1996.
All causes of death
Total deaths per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 001-E999.
ICD-10: A00-Y98.
Infectious and parasitic diseases
Deaths from infectious and parasitic diseases per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 001-139, 279.8 (specific Statistics Netherlands code. European
code: 040-042).
ICD-10: A00-B99.
Total infectious and parasitic dis.
Deaths from infectious and parasitic diseases per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 001-139, 279.8 (specific Statistics Netherlands code. European
code: 040-042).
ICD-10: A00-B99.
Tuberculosis
Deaths from tuberculosis per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 010-018, 137.
ICD-10: A15-A19, B90.
Malignant neoplasms
Deaths from malignant neoplasms (cancers), including neoplasms of
lymphatic and blood forming tissue, per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 140-208.
ICD-10: C00-C97.
Total malignant neoplasms
Deaths from malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
blood forming tissue, per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 140-208.
ICD-10: C00-C97.
Malignant neoplasms of digestive org.
Deaths from malignant neoplasms of digestive organs per 100 000 of the
average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 150-159.
ICD-10: C15-C26.
Malignant neoplasms respiratory....
Deaths from malignant neoplasms of respiratory and intrathoracic organs
per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 160-165.
ICD-10: C30-C39.
Malignant neoplasms of breast
Deaths from breast cancer per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 174-175.
ICD-10: C50.
Diseases of the circulatory system
Deaths from diseases of the circulatory system per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 390-459.
ICD-10: I00-I99.
Diseases of the circulatory system
Deaths from diseases of the circulatory system per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 390-459.
ICD-10: I00-I99.
Ischaemic heart diseases
Deaths from ischaemic heart disease including acute myocardial infarction
per 100 000 of the average population.
Because of a change in classification, figures for before 1969 are not
comparable with later figures.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 410-414.
ICD-10: I20-I25.
Cerebrovascular diseases
Deaths from cerebrovascular disease (stroke) per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 430-438.
ICD-10: I60-I69.
Influenza
Deaths from influenza per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 487.
ICD-10: J09-J11.
Chronic lower respiratory diseases
Deaths from chronic lower respiratory diseases per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 490-494, 496.
ICD-10: J40-J47.
Diseases of the digestive system
Deaths from diseases of the digestive system per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 520-579.
ICD-10: K00-K93.
Diseases of the genitourinary system
Deaths from diseases of the genitourinary system per 100 000 of the
average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 580-629.
ICD-10: N00-N99.
Total dis. of the genitourinary system
Deaths from diseases of the genitourinary system per 100 000 of the
average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 580-629.
ICD-10: N00-N99.
Nephritis and nephrotic syndrome
Deaths from nephritis and nephrotic syndrome per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 580-583.
ICD-10: N00-N05.
Pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium
Deaths from complications during pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium
per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 630-676.
ICD-10: O00-O99.
Congenital anomalies
Deaths as a result of congenital malformations, deformations and
chromosomal abnormalities per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: 740-759.
ICD-10: Q00-Q99.
External causes of mortality
Deaths from external causes (injury, poisoning and trauma) per 100 000 of
the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: E800-E999.
ICD-10: V01-Y98.
Total external causes of mortality
Deaths from external causes (injury, poisoning and trauma) per 100 000 of
the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: E800-E999.
ICD-10: V01-Y98.
Transport accidents
Deaths as a result of transport accidents (including road, railway, water
and air transport) per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: E800-E848.
ICD-10: V01-V99.
Accidental falls
Deaths as a result of accidental falls per 100 000 of the average
population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: E880-E888.
ICD-10: W00-W19, X59.
Accidental drowning
Deaths by accidental drowning per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: E910.
ICD-10: W65-W74.
Suicide
Deaths by suicide per 100 000 of the average population.
ICD-codes:
ICD-9: E950-E959.
ICD-10: X60-X84.