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Nosheen Fiaz Khawaja, Dr Rabia Ishaq, Dr Gul e Zahra

Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate how syndrome affliction varies according to the stage of medical infrastructure and changes in crumbling index using crumbling statistics and WHO syndrome affliction statistics. In this study, we presented a theoretical model to measure crumbling rate in Vietnam, quantitatively measuring the consequence of crumbling rate on syndrome patterns in each country and explaining how these Consequences were obtained.

Methods: The dissimilarity model (DID) was used to evaluate the Consequences of crumbling. In this study, healthiness statistics on global syndrome affliction of elderly people was evaluated from 2015 to 2018.

Results: As an important variable that shows the consequence of a double age dissimilarity, the interaction consequence did not affect the disability-adjusted year of life (daly), but showed a significant positive consequence on year life lost. In the event of loss of life due to premature death, the number of people in middle and old age has improved significantly. The affliction of the syndrome improved over time, especially in the middle-aged populace. On the other hand, the piles group at the crumbling stage had a significant positive impact on the year life lost (YLL). When we study the econometric model after checking the relevant features, there has been a significant increase in the number of fatalities due to illness and premature death.

Conclusion: The impact of populace crumbling on medical resources and future medical spending should take into account changes in the populace structure, syndrome affliction by age group, and the interaction of these two incremental features as the loss of life due to the death of older people is higher than that of older people.

Keywords: Dissimilarity of variances, Crumbling, Syndrome affliction.

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