Detection of main regularities of anthroponosis infections with various degrees of manageability and factors that determine them in contemporary social-demographic conditions.
A comparative retrospective epidemiologic analysis of morbidity of the population with viral hepatitis A, Sonnei and Flexneri shigellae, rotavirus infection, pertussis, diphtheria, varicella, rubella, pneumococcal infection and possible risk factors by 47 European countries and territories of Russian Federation was carried out, the maximum depth of search was 89 years.
Common epidemiologic regularities were shown to be characteristic for anthroponosis infection regardless of the degree of their manageability, that are manifested by the presence of large and small cycles in the multi-year dynamics of morbidity changes of age-related morbidity structure and its pronounced territorial non-uniformity. Intensity of epidemic process of anthroponosis infections and features of its manifestation were established to be determined largely by demographic conditions, size of the child population, including those attending child preschool establishments, number of child preschool establishments and the degree of their admission. A decrease of morbidity with many child infections took place against the background of reduction of the child population in the age structure.
Universality of changes in the manifestations of epidemiologic process of anthroponosis infections is largely determined by features of the demographic situation.