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Communicable diseases in Thailand

Health Indicators
Case fatality rate 0 in 2012 WHO
Cases 29 in 2012 WHO
Deaths 15.8 % in 2016 WB + 1 other
Mortality Rate 153 per 100 000 population in 2008 WHO
Years of life lost by broader causes 24 % in 2008 WHO
Gender Mortality Rate (per 100000 population in 2012)
Male 160.6 WHO
Female 90.96 WHO
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam 0 in 2005 WHO
Cambodia 67 in 2005 WHO
Indonesia 87 in 2005 WHO
Lao People’s Democratic Republic 81 in 2005 WHO
Malaysia 70 in 2005 WHO
Myanmar 85 in 2005 WHO
Philippines 83 in 2005 WHO
Singapore 50 in 2005 WHO
Thailand 82 in 2005 WHO
Timor-Leste 5 timeseries
Viet Nam 0 in 2005 WHO
Health
Communicable Diseases 82 in 2005 WHO
Non-communicable Diseases 6 timeseries
Health Communicable Diseases
AIDS Deaths 1 timeseries
Diphteria 6 timeseries
Hepatitis B 5 timeseries
Hepatitis C Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
HIV 480,000 numbers in 2018 WB
Leprosy 4 timeseries
Measles 13 timeseries
Meningitis Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
Mumps Cases 1 timeseries
Poliomyelitis 3 timeseries
Rabies Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
Respiratory diseases 16.95 per 100000 population in 2012 WHO
Rubella Cases 1 timeseries
STDs Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
Trachoma Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
Tuberculosis 8 timeseries
Whooping cough 4 timeseries
Yellow fever Cases 1 timeseries

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