- 9 Statistical books/Pocketbooks
- 7 Dataset
- 3 Manuals and guidelines
- 2 Statistical working papers
- 1 Compact guides and catalogues
- 1 Eurostat News
- 1 Statistics in Focus
Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-44-02-480, published on 28-Jul-2002
: 321 998 178 : 272 137 Musculo-skeletal disorders 2 645 4 750 : 1 136 : 2 002 2 969 607 : 5 321 1 661 Stress, depression, anxiety 1 181 842 : 326 : 652 843 847 3 374 2 052 1 479 Other not elsew here mentioned 1 049 1 930 : 554 : 946 1 973 684 3 887 864 886 Total 3 790 26 199 2 37...
Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: CH_03_2012_XLS, published on 06-Feb-2013
of work-related health problem indicated as the most serious among persons with a work-related health problem, EU-27, 2007 (1) (% of persons citing each complaint) 2007 Musculo-skeletal disorders 59.8 Stress, depression or anxiety 13.7 Cardiovascular disorders 5.9 Pulmonary
Eurostat News , Product code: KS-PB-02-001, published on 26-May-2002
-related health problems (see Figure 2). Mus- culo-skeletal disorders (backache and muscular pains, particularly in the neck and shoulders) are on the rise, as is overall fatigue. Stress remains at the same level (28%). There are strong correlations between stress and musculo-ske...
Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-BP-02-002-3A, published on 05-Feb-2003
-related health problems such as musculo-skeletal problems or infections, what could have some influence on the low level of accidents obtained for some countries but it was not really possible to avoid this Europäische Sozialstatistik — European social statistics — Statistiques socia...
Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-RA-12-002, published on 05-Sep-2012
Dislocations, sprains and strains All acute musculo-skeletal problems due to overexertion of muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints 3 031 Dislocations Subluxations and displacement of bones at the joints Fracture dislocation (code 021) (S03, S13, S23, S33, S43, S53, S63, S...
Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-RA-12-102, published on 14-Feb-2013
2.03 36 European Statistics on Accidents at Work (ESAW) Annex II: ESAW Classifications guidelines Code Label Includes Excludes ICD-10 reference ILO code 030 Dislocations, sprains and strains All acute musculo-skeletal problems due to overexertion of muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints
Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-EI-12-001, published on 04-Dec-2012
citing each complaint) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Musculo-skeletal disorders Stress, depression or anxiety Cardiovascular disorders Pulmonary disorders Headache, eyestrain Infectious diseases Hearing disorders Skin problems Other types of complaint (1) Excluding France. Source: E...
Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-30-11-270, published on 05-Dec-2011
preparations, excluding sex hormones and insulins 07.1.1.7 Anti-infectives for systemic use 07.1.1.8 Antineoplastic and immunomodulating agents 07.1.1.9 Medicaments aimed at musculo-skeletal system ANNEX E A SYSTEM OF HEALTH ACCOUNTS 2011 © OECD, EUROPEAN UNION, WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 489
Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-05-19-103, published on 12-Apr-2017
agents 07.1.1.9 Medicaments aimed at musculo-skeletal system A SYSTEM OF HEALTH ACCOUNTS 2011: REVISED EDITION © OECD, EUROPEAN UNION, WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 2017 487 ANNEX E 07.1.1.10 Medicaments aimed at nervous system 07.1.1.11 Antiparasitic products, insecticides and repel...
Compact guides and catalogues , Product code: KS-FM-12-002, published on 11-Jun-2012
in the 12 months prior to a LFS ad-hoc survey module in 2007; this was equivalent to approximately 23 million persons. As shown in Figure 3, musculo-skeletal problems were most often reported as the main work-related health problem (59.8 %), followed by stress, depression or anxiety ...
Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-CD-12-001, published on 06-Feb-2013
In the EU-27, some 8.1 % of those aged 15 to 64 that worked or had previously worked reported a work- related health problem in the 12 months prior to a LFS ad-hoc survey module in 2007; this was equiva- lent to approximately 23 million persons. As shown in Figure 3.4.3, musculo-skeletal prob