Global Skin Disease Morbidity and Mortality: An Update From the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013.


Karimkhani, C; Dellavalle, RP; Coffeng, LE; Flohr, C; Hay, RJ; Langan, SM; Nsoesie, EO; Ferrari, AJ; Erskine, HE; Silverberg, JI; Vos, T; Naghavi, M; (2017) Global Skin Disease Morbidity and Mortality: An Update From the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. JAMA dermatology. ISSN 2168-6068 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1001/jamadermatol.2016.5538

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: Disability secondary to skin conditions is substantial worldwide. The Global Burden of Disease Study 2013 includes estimates of global morbidity and mortality due to skin diseases.<br/> : To measure the burden of skin diseases worldwide.<br/> : For nonfatal estimates, data were found by literature search using PubMed and Google Scholar in English and Spanish for years 1980 through 2013 and by accessing administrative data on hospital inpatient and outpatient episodes. Data for fatal estimates were based on vital registration and verbal autopsy data.<br/> : Skin disease data were extracted from more than 4000 sources including systematic reviews, surveys, population-based disease registries, hospital inpatient data, outpatient data, cohort studies, and autopsy data. Data metrics included incidence, prevalence, remission, duration, severity, deaths, and mortality risk.<br/> : Data were extracted by age, time period, case definitions, and other study characteristics. Data points were modeled with Bayesian meta-regression to generate estimates of morbidity and mortality metrics for skin diseases. All estimates were made with 95% uncertainty intervals.<br/> : Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs), years lived with disability, and years of life lost from 15 skin conditions in 188 countries.<br/> : Skin conditions contributed 1.79% to the global burden of disease measured in DALYs from 306 diseases and injuries in 2013. Individual skin diseases varied in size from 0.38% of total burden for dermatitis (atopic, contact, and seborrheic dermatitis), 0.29% for acne vulgaris, 0.19% for psoriasis, 0.19% for urticaria, 0.16% for viral skin diseases, 0.15% for fungal skin diseases, 0.07% for scabies, 0.06% for malignant skin melanoma, 0.05% for pyoderma, 0.04% for cellulitis, 0.03% for keratinocyte carcinoma, 0.03% for decubitus ulcer, and 0.01% for alopecia areata. All other skin and subcutaneous diseases composed 0.12% of total DALYs.<br/> : Skin and subcutaneous diseases were the 18th leading cause of global DALYs in Global Burden of Disease 2013. Skin diseases were the fourth largest cause of disability worldwide.<br/>

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Faculty and Department: Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health > Dept of Non-Communicable Disease Epidemiology
Research Centre: EHR Research Group
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URI: http://researchonline.lshtm.ac.uk/id/eprint/3582132

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