PREVALENCY OF POPULATION BASED CANCERS REGISTRY AT REGIONAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL MUNICIPALITY COVALIMA TIMOR LESTE (CANREG5 SOFTWARE APPLICATION FOR ONCOLOGY REPORTS ON 2020-2022)

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  • Carlos Boavida Tilman

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https://doi.org/10.58372/2835-6276.1004

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Prevalency Cancer Registry, CANREG5 Softwere, Regional Referral Hospital, Municipality of Covalima

Abstract

Introduction: Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for nearly 10 million deaths in 2020, or nearly one in six deaths, cancer predominantly afflicts older people. Routine data collection efforts are a necessary, often underappreciated, component of nearly all cancer research and prevention efforts.

Objective: To describe the most frequent type of cancers, age, sex and address based on canreg5 software application for oncology reports according to population based on cancer registry program in Regional Referral Hospital Municipality Covalima Timor-Leste since March 2020 until May 2022.

Methods: a descriptive cross-sectional study design with purposive sampling, all cases of cancers were registered by using a software CANREG5. Total number cancer registry were 35 patients. Data analysis use simple descriptive statistics.

Results & Discussion: Age over 65 years old are majority occurs cancer and have been registry with 40%. Majority female patients with 74.3% and male with 25.7%. Oral or mouth cancer is the most common cancer were identified with 34.2% and traditional care was predominant with 21 patients or 60% as optional choose for terminal phase patient with cancer.

Conclusion: This study concluide an important suggestion there are: reinforcement of the cancer registry program to all health facilities and develop public health interventions to reduce the risk of cancer.

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2022-11-24

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Carlos Boavida Tilman. (2022). PREVALENCY OF POPULATION BASED CANCERS REGISTRY AT REGIONAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL MUNICIPALITY COVALIMA TIMOR LESTE (CANREG5 SOFTWARE APPLICATION FOR ONCOLOGY REPORTS ON 2020-2022): Research Article. American Journal of Medical and Clinical Research & Reviews, 1(1), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.58372/2835-6276.1004

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