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Abul Khayer
ID: 18162009
Topics in HIES 2016 include:
 Illness and injuries suffered,
 Types of illness and injuries,
HEALTH  Methods of treatment,
 Sources of medicine,
 Health expenditure etc.
 It is revealed from the survey that 17.4% people suffered from any
kind of chronic disease in 2016, such percentage was 18.0% in the
rural areas and 15.6% in the urban areas.
Population  The highest proportion of population suffered from the gastric
ulcer is 20.54%, rheumatism/rheumatic fever disease 13.15%,
Suffered from  asthma/respiratory disease 10.62%
Chronic Illness  For the males also, the highest proportion 21.44% suffered from
in Preceding gastric ulcer
 followed by asthma/respiratory disease 12.80% and
12 Months rheumatism/rheumatic fever 9.91%.
by Type of  On the other hand, among female patients, the highest
proportion suffered from gastric ulcer 19.81%
Disease  followed by rheumatism/rheumatic fever 15.81%, high/low blood
pressure 11.56%.
Population  There exist rural-urban variations in chronic illness by type of
Suffered from disease and sex.
 In rural areas, the highest proportion of patients suffered from
Chronic Illness gastric ulcer 20.63%
in Preceding  followed by rheumatism 14.18% and asthma/respiratory disease
12 Months  On the other hand, in urban areas, the highest proportion of
by Type of patients suffered from gastric ulcer 20.27% followed by diabetes
disease, 12.37% and high/low blood pressure 11.06%.
 It may be mentioned that the methods of treatment used in 2016
and 2010 are not same.
Methods of  In 2010, the number of methods were 13, whereas, it was 22 in
HIES 2016.
 In HIES 2016, the highest proportion of patients received
treatment from pharmacy/ dispensary/ compounder was 33.11%
followed by non-qualified doctor’s chamber 22.51% and qualified
doctor’s 15.44%.
 There exist noticeable rural-urban variations in methods of
treatment. In HIES 2016, in rural areas, the highest proportion of
patients received treatment from
Methods of pharmacy/dispensary/compounder 32.79% followed by non-
Treatment qualified doctor’s chamber 25.06% and qualified doctor’s chamber
 In the urban areas the highest 34.09% received treatment from
pharmacy/dispensary/compounder followed by qualified doctor’s
chamber 18.49% and non-qualified 80 doctor’s chamber 14.81%.