Some Theoretical and Practical Issues of Medical Geographical Research
Keywords:population health, pathological processes, nosogeographic center, nosogeographic range, nosogeographic area.
In the context of globalization of global economy and intense competition and steady increase in
population, mortality rates among people with infectious and parasitic diseases are increasing. International
organizations are also paying much attention to fighting these problems and their consequences. In particular,
the UN Sustainable Development Program up to 2030 emphasizes “issues related to the elimination of
immunodeficiency, tuberculosis and malaria epidemics in the period up to 2030, as well as measures to combat
hepatitis and other waterborne infections”. Successful implementation of these tasks requires stabilization
of nosocheological and nosogeographic situations in arid climates. Medical geographical situation in the
regions is one of the most important factors determining the development of society and the way of life of
the population. Addressing medical geographical problems and improving public health, reducing morbidity
and increasing life expectancy are of vital scientific and practical importance.
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