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One of the main reasons of mortality in our country due to respiratory diseases is chronic pulmonary disease (COPD). The highest mortality due to respiratory diseases in Slovenia is in Zasavje region and the lowest in Central-Slovenian region (2009-2013). Mortality due to respiratory diseases is decreasing; in the year 1999 it was 74/100 000 of all population as in the year 2013 it was 64/ 100 000 of all population..



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Figure ZD18-1: The mortality rate (number of deaths/ 100 000 inhabitants) for respiratory diseases in Slovenia, in the periode 1999-2013.
Sources: 

NIJZ, 2000-2013, SURS, 2000-2013

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1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Eastern Slovenia number of deaths/100.000 residents 88.7 77.5 69 74.5 84.8 80.1 75.3 64.2 54.8 59.7
West Slovenia number of deaths/100.000 residents 66.6 69.6 65 65.8 71.4 64.9 63.5 58.5 49.6 52.3
Slovenia number of deaths/100.000 residents 78.6 73.9 67.2 70.5 78.6 73.1 69.8 61.6 52.4 56.2
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Eastern Slovenia number of deaths/100.000 residents 70.4 69.9 68.4 75.6 75.6
West Slovenia number of deaths/100.000 residents 59.9 53.3 52.6 65.5 30
Slovenia number of deaths/100.000 residents 61.8 54.6 58.3 67.4 47.6
Figure ZD18-2: The mortality rate (number of deaths/ 100 000 inhabitants) for respiratory diseases in Slovenia in statistical regions, in the periode 2006-2008 and 2009-2013
Sources: 

NIJZ, 2007-2013

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Goriška number of deaths/100.000 residents 60.6
Jugovzhodna Slovenija number of deaths/100.000 residents 47.23
Koroška number of deaths/100.000 residents 57.33
Notranjsko-kraška number of deaths/100.000 residents 88.9
Obalno-kraška number of deaths/100.000 residents 67.83
Osrednjeslovenska number of deaths/100.000 residents 50.33
Podravska number of deaths/100.000 residents 54.57
Pomurska number of deaths/100.000 residents 74
Savinjska number of deaths/100.000 residents 61.3
Spodnjeposavska number of deaths/100.000 residents 58.47
Zasavska number of deaths/100.000 residents 56.2
Slovenia number of deaths/100.000 residents 56.73
Figure ZD18-3: The mortality rate (number of deaths/ 100 000 inhabitants) for respiratory diseases in selected European countries.
Sources: 

WHO, 2009

Figure ZD18-4: Number of prevented hospitalizations in one year per 100 000 population, if the average level of PM10 would decrease for 10µg/m3; Ljubljana, in the year 2007
Sources: 

APHECOM, 2010

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no. of prevented hospitalizations due to respiratory diseases prevented hospitalizations due to respiratory diseases, 100.000 inhabitants of Ljubljana
change in PM10 conc. - 1 µg/m3 µg/m3 3 1.1
change in PM10 conc. - 2 µg/m3 µg/m3 6.1 2.3
change in PM10 conc. - 3 µg/m3 µg/m3 9.1 3.4
change in PM10 conc. - 4 µg/m3 µg/m3 12.1 4.5
change in PM10 conc. - 5 µg/m3 µg/m3 15.2 5.7
change in PM10 conc. - 6 µg/m3 µg/m3 18.2 6.8
change in PM10 conc. - 7 µg/m3 µg/m3 21.2 7.9
change in PM10 conc. - 8 µg/m3 µg/m3 24.2 9.1
change in PM10 conc. - 9 µg/m3 µg/m3 27.2 10.2
change in PM10 conc. - 10 µg/m3 µg/m3 30.3 11.3
change in PM10 conc. - 15 µg/m3 µg/m3 45.3 17
change in PM10 conc. -20 µg/m3 µg/m3 60.2 22.5
change in PM10 conc. - 25 µg/m3 µg/m3 75 28.1

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