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Germany, Disease Incidence and Prevalence
Report #A706 -
July 2012
339 Pages – 97 Exhibits


As the aging population in Europe increases and the average life span lengthens, the incidence and prevalence of major diseases/disorders are expected to significantly impact the European healthcare industry. This dynamic new report from Medtech Insight examines the incidence and prevalence of selected diseases/ disorders in Germany and compares them with those of the Benelux countries (Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands), the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden), and the European Union (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom).

This report is the second in a series of five reports (Disease Incidence and Prevalence for France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom) that examine the etiology and epidemiology of the most prevalent and costly diseases/disorders in Europe. Topics covered by each of these reports include Alzheimer’s disease, anemia, arthritis, asthma, benign prostatic hyperplasia, bronchitis, burns/traumatic wounds, cancer, depression, diabetes, emphysema, erectile dysfunction, glaucoma, heart failure, human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome, hypertension, infertility, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, pneumonia, stroke, and transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, among others.

In addition to proprietary data utilized from Medtech Insight’s internal resources, many agencies and organizations have provided information including Alzheimer’s Disease International, Association of the Scientific Medical Societies (Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Wissenschaftlichen Medizinischen Fachgesellschaften), Cystic Fibrosis Europe, European Association of Urology, European Cancer Observatory, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, European

Society of Cardiology, German Allergy and Asthma Association (Deutscher Allergie und Asthmabund), German Cystic Fibrosis Association (Mukoviszidose), German Hemophilia Society (Deutsche Hämophiliegesellschaft), German Parkinson Association (Deutsche Parkinson Vereinigung), German Sleep Society (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Schlafforschung und Schlafmedizin), International Diabetes Federation, International Osteoporosis Foundation, Multiple Sclerosis International Federation, Myasthenia Gravis Association, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and the World Health Organization, among others.

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Reports are produced exclusively by Medtech Insight, through extensive primary and secondary research among the clinicians, researchers, and competitors in the marketplace, and draw upon the industry expertise of a network of industry insiders. Medtech Insight exhaustively corroborates the data as a baseline for completing forward-looking analysis and providing insight into product, technology and market evolution.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

INTRODUCTION

1. EUROPEAN HEALTHCARE OVERVIEW

1.1 Healthcare Spending

1.2 Healthcare Facilities and Providers

1.3 Reimbursement Structures and Common Market Directives

1.4 Selected National Healthcare Profiles for Germany

1.4.1 Healthcare Organization and Reform

1.4.2 Hospital/Medical Services and Reimbursement

1.4.3 Medical Device Reimbursement

Exhibit 1-1:      European Healthcare Expenditures as a Percentage of Gross Domestic Product, Selected Countries, 2002-2008

Exhibit 1-2:      European Union Population Statistics Comparison for the Years 2000, 2010, and 2020

Exhibit 1-3:      Classification of European Healthcare Providers

Exhibit 1-4:      Healthcare Providers within the European Economy

Exhibit 1-5:      Average Hospital Length of Stay, Acute Care, Selected Countries, 2002-2008

Exhibit 1-6:      European Union, Medical Devices Risk Classification System

Exhibit 1-7:      Germany, Selected National Healthcare Statistics

2. BLOOD DISORDERS: ANEMIA AND HEMOPHILIA

2.1 Anemia

2.1.1 Iron Deficiency Anemia

2.1.1.1 Etiology

2.1.1.2 Epidemiology

2.1.2 Sickle Cell Anemia

2.1.2.1 Etiology

2.1.2.2 Epidemiology

2.1.3 Thalassemia

2.1.3.1 Etiology

2.1.3.2 Epidemiology

2.2 Hemophilia

2.2.1 Etiology

2.2.2 Epidemiology

Exhibit 2-1:      Europe, Estimated Prevalence of Anemia, by Age and Gender

Exhibit 2-2:      Germany and Europe, Iron Deficiency Anemia, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 2-3:      Germany and Europe, Sickle Cell Anemia, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 2-4:      Germany and Europe, Thalassemia, Comparative Prevalence

Exhibit 2-5:      Germany and Europe, Hemophilia, Comparative Incidence     and Prevalence

 

3. CANCER

3.1 Bladder Cancer

3.1.1 Etiology

3.1.2 Epidemiology

3.2 Brain Tumors

3.2.1 Etiology

3.2.2 Epidemiology

3.3 Breast Cancer

3.3.1 Etiology

3.3.2 Epidemiology

3.4 Cervical/Uterine Cancer

3.4.1 Etiology

3.4.2 Epidemiology

3.5 Colon/Rectal Cancer

3.5.1 Etiology

3.5.2 Epidemiology

3.6 Esophageal Cancer

3.6.1 Etiology

3.6.2 Epidemiology

3.7 Kidney/Urothelial Cancer

3.7.1 Etiology

3.7.2 Epidemiology

3.8 Leukemia

3.8.1 Etiology

3.8.2 Epidemiology

3.9 Lung Cancer

3.9.1 Etiology

3.9.2 Epidemiology

3.10 Lymphoma

3.10.1 Etiology

3.10.2 Epidemiology

3.11 Melanoma

3.11.1 Etiology

3.11.2 Epidemiology

3.12 Oral Cancer

3.12.1 Etiology

3.12.2 Epidemiology

3.13 Ovarian Cancer

3.13.1 Etiology

3.13.2 Epidemiology

3.14 Pancreatic Cancer

3.14.1 Etiology

3.14.2 Epidemiology

3.15 Prostate Cancer

3.15.1 Etiology

3.15.2 Epidemiology

3.16 Stomach Cancer

3.16.1 Etiology

3.16.2 Epidemiology

3.17 Testicular Cancer

3.17.1 Etiology

3.17.2 Epidemiology

 

Exhibit 3-1:      Germany and Europe, Bladder Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-2:      Germany and Europe, Brain Tumors, Comparative Incidence, by Gender

Exhibit 3-3:      Germany and Europe, Breast Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality

Exhibit 3-4:      Germany and Europe, Cervical/Uterine Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality

Exhibit 3-5:      Germany and Europe, Colon/Rectal Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-6:      Germany and Europe, Esophageal Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-7:      Germany and Europe, Kidney/Urothelial Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-8:      Germany and Europe, Leukemia, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-9:      Germany and Europe, Lung Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-10:    Germany and Europe, Lymphoma, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-11:    Germany and Europe, Melanoma, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-12:    Germany and Europe, Oral Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-13:    Germany and Europe, Ovarian Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality

Exhibit 3-14:    Germany and Europe, Pancreatic Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-15:    Germany and Europe, Prostate Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality

Exhibit 3-16:    Germany and Europe, Stomach Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality, by Gender

Exhibit 3-17:    Germany and Europe, Testicular Cancer, Comparative Incidence and Mortality

4. CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS

4.1 Cardiac Arrhythmia

4.1.1 Etiology

4.1.2 Epidemiology

4.2 Heart Failure

4.2.1 Etiology

4.2.2 Epidemiology

4.3 Heart Valve Disorders

4.3.1 Etiology

4.3.2 Epidemiology

4.4 Hypertension

4.4.1 Etiology

4.4.2 Epidemiology

4.5 Vascular Disorders

4.5.1 Aneurysms

4.5.1.1 Etiology

4.5.1.2 Epidemiology

4.5.2 Angina Pectoris

4.5.2.1 Etiology

4.5.2.2 Epidemiology

4.5.3 Atherosclerosis

4.5.3.1 Etiology

4.5.3.2 Epidemiology

4.5.4 Myocardial Infarction

4.5.4.1 Etiology

4.5.4.2 Epidemiology

4.5.5 Peripheral Vascular Disease

4.5.5.1 Etiology

4.5.5.2 Epidemiology

Exhibit 4-1:      Germany and Europe, Atrial Fibrillation, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 4-2:      Germany and Europe, Atrial Flutter, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 4-3:      Germany and Europe, Supraventricular Tachycardia, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 4-4:      Germany and Europe, Heart Failure, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence, by Gender

Exhibit 4-5:      Germany and Europe, Heart Valve Disorders, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence, by Gender

Exhibit 4-6:      Germany and Europe, Hypertension, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 4-7:      Germany and Europe, Aneurysms, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 4-8:      Standard Angina Pectoris Classification

Exhibit 4-9:      Germany and Europe, Angina Pectoris, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence, by Gender

Exhibit 4-10:    Germany and Europe, Hypercholesteremia, Comparative Prevalence, by Gender and Selected Country

Exhibit 4-11:    Germany and Europe, Myocardial Infarction, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence, by Gender

Exhibit 4-12:    Germany and Europe, Peripheral Vascular Disease, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

5. METABOLIC DISORDER

5.1 Cholelithiasis

5.1.1 Etiology

5.1.2 Epidemiology

5.2 Chronic Kidney Disease/End-Stage Renal Disease

5.2.1 Etiology

5.2.2 Epidemiology

5.3 Diabetes

5.3.1 Etiology

5.3.2 Epidemiology

5.4 Urolithiasis

5.4.1 Etiology

5.4.2 Epidemiology

Exhibit 5-1:      Germany and Europe, Cholelithiasis, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 5-2:      Germany and Europe, Chronic Kidney Disease, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence, by Gender

Exhibit 5-3:      Germany and Europe, Diabetes, Comparative Incidence, by Gender

Exhibit 5-4:      Germany and Europe, Diabetes, Comparative Prevalence, by Share of Population

Exhibit 5-5:      Germany and Europe, Diabetes, Comparative Prevalence, by Gender and Age Group

Exhibit 5-6:      Germany and Europe, Urolithiasis, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

6. MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS

6.1 Arthritis

6.1.1 Etiology

6.1.2 Epidemiology

6.2 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

6.2.1 Etiology

6.2.2 Epidemiology

6.3 Meniscal and Ligament/Tendon Injuries

6.3.1 Etiology

6.3.2 Epidemiology

6.4 Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

6.4.1 Etiology

6.4.2 Epidemiology

6.5 Osteoporosis

6.5.1 Etiology

6.5.2 Epidemiology

Exhibit 6-1:      Germany and Europe, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 6-2:      Germany and Europe, Osteoarthritis of the Knee, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 6-3:      Germany and Europe, Osteoarthritis of the Hip, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 6-4:      Germany and Europe, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 6-5:      Germany and Europe, Meniscal and Ligament/Tendon Injuries of the Knee, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 6-6:      Germany and Europe, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 6-7:      Germany and Europe, Osteoporosis, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

7. NEUROLOGIC AND PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS

7.1 Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia

7.1.1 Etiology

7.1.2 Epidemiology

7.2 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

7.2.1 Etiology

7.2.2 Epidemiology

7.3 Bipolar Disorder

7.3.1 Etiology

7.3.2 Epidemiology

7.4 Cerebrovascular Disorders

7.4.1 Arteriovenous Malformation

7.4.1.1 Etiology

7.4.1.2 Epidemiology

7.4.2 Stroke

7.4.2.1 Etiology

7.4.2.2 Epidemiology

7.5 Depression

7.5.1 Etiology

7.5.2 Epidemiology

7.6 Epilepsy

7.6.1 Etiology

7.6.2 Epidemiology

7.7 Huntington’s Disease

7.7.1 Etiology

7.7.2 Epidemiology

7.8 Hydrocephalus

7.8.1 Etiology

7.8.2 Epidemiology

7.9 Multiple Sclerosis

7.9.1 Etiology

7.9.2 Epidemiology

7.10 Myasthenia Gravis

7.10.1 Etiology

7.10.2 Epidemiology

7.11 Parkinson’s Disease

7.11.1 Etiology

7.11.2 Epidemiology

7.12 Schizophrenia

7.12.1 Etiology

7.12.2 Epidemiology

 

Exhibit 7-1:      2010, Europe, Diagnosed and Undiagnosed Dementia, Incidence Rates, by Age and Gender

Exhibit 7-2:      2010, Europe, Diagnosed and Undiagnosed Dementia, Prevalence Rates, by Age and Gender

Exhibit 7-3:      Germany and Europe, Alzheimer’s Disease, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-4:      Germany and Europe, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-5:      Germany and Europe, Bipolar Disorder, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-6:      Germany and Europe, Arteriovenous Malformation, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-7:      Germany and Europe, Stroke, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-8:      Germany and Europe, Depression, Comparative Prevalence

Exhibit 7-9:      Germany and Europe, Epilepsy, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-10:    Germany and Europe, Huntington’s Disease, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-11:    Germany and Europe, Hydrocephalus, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-12:    Germany and Europe, Multiple Sclerosis, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-13:    Germany and Europe, Myasthenia Gravis, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-14:    Germany and Europe, Parkinson’s Disease, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 7-15:    Germany and Europe, Schizophrenia, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

8. OPHTHALMIC DISORDERS: CATARACTS AND GLAUCOMA

8.1 Cataracts

8.1.1 Etiology

8.1.2 Epidemiology

8.2 Glaucoma

8.2.1 Etiology

8.2.2 Epidemiology

 

Exhibit 8-1:      Germany and Europe, Cataracts, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 8-2:      Germany and Europe, Glaucoma, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

9. REPORDUCTIVE AND GENITOURINARY DISORDERS

9.1 Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

9.1.1 Etiology

9.1.2 Epidemiology

9.2 Endometriosis

9.2.1 Etiology

9.2.2 Epidemiology

9.3 Erectile Dysfunction

9.3.1 Etiology

9.3.2 Epidemiology

9.4 Infertility

9.4.1 Etiology

9.4.2 Epidemiology

9.5 Urinary Incontinence

9.5.1 Etiology

9.5.2 Epidemiology

 

Exhibit 9-1:      2010, Europe, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Incidence, by Age

Exhibit 9-2:      Germany and Europe, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 9-3:      Germany and Europe, Endometriosis, Comparative Prevalence

Exhibit 9-4:      Germany and Europe, Erectile Dysfunction, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 9-5:      Germany and Europe, Infertility, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 9-6:      Germany and Europe, Urinary Incontinence, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

10. RESPIRATORY DISORDERS

10.1 Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

10.1.1 Etiology

10.1.2 Epidemiology

10.2 Apnea

10.2.1 Etiology

10.2.2 Epidemiology

10.3 Asthma

10.3.1 Etiology

10.3.2 Epidemiology

10.4 Cystic Fibrosis

10.4.1 Etiology

10.4.2 Epidemiology

10.5 Emphysema

10.5.1 Etiology

10.5.2 Epidemiology

10.6 Pneumothorax

10.6.1 Etiology

10.6.2 Epidemiology

10.7 Respiratory Failure

10.7.1 Etiology

10.7.2Epidemiology

10.8 Restrictive Lung Disease

10.8.1 Etiology

10.8.2 Epidemiology

Exhibit 10-1:    Germany and Europe, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Comparative Incidence

Exhibit 10-2:    Germany and Europe, Apnea, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 10-3:    Germany and Europe, Asthma, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 10-4:    Germany and Europe, Cystic Fibrosis, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 10-5:    Germany and Europe, Emphysema, Comparative Prevalence

Exhibit 10-6:    Germany and Europe, Pneumothorax, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 10-7:    Germany and Europe, Respiratory Failure, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 10-8:    Germany and Europe, Restrictive Lung Disease, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

 

11. WOUNDS

11.1 Diabetic Ulcers

11.1.1 Etiology

11.1.2 Epidemiology

11.2 Pressure Ulcers

11.2.1 Etiology

11.2.2 Epidemiology

11.3 Surgical Wounds

11.3.1 Etiology

11.3.2 Epidemiology

11.4 Traumatic Wounds

11.4.1 Burns

11.4.2 Head Injuries, Lacerations, Contusions, and Abrasions

Exhibit 11-1:    Germany and Europe, Diabetic Ulcers, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 11-2:    Germany and Europe, Pressure Ulcers, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 11-3:    Germany and Europe, Surgical Wounds, Comparative Incidence

Exhibit 11-4:    Classification of Burns, by Mechanism of Injury

Exhibit 11-5:    Germany and Europe, Burns and Acute Traumatic Injury, Comparative Incidence

12. SELECTED CONDITIONS CAUSED BY INFECTIOUS ORGANISMS

12.1 Chronic Bronchitis

12.1.1 Etiology

12.1.2 Epidemiology

12.2 Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune  Deficiency Syndrome

12.2.1 Etiology

12.2.2 Epidemiology

12.3 Pneumonia

12.3.1 Etiology

12.3.2 Epidemiology

12.4 Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies

12.4.1 Etiology

12.4.2 Epidemiology

12.5 Tuberculosis

12.5.1 Etiology

12.5.2 Epidemiology

 

Exhibit 12-1:    Germany and Europe, Chronic Bronchitis, Comparative Prevalence

Exhibit 12-2:    Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Indicator Diseases

Exhibit 12-3:    Germany and Europe, Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 12-4:    Germany and Europe, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

Exhibit 12-5:    Germany and Europe, Pneumonia, Comparative Incidence

Exhibit 12-6:    Germany and Europe, Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies, Comparative Incidence

Exhibit 12-7:    Germany and Europe, Tuberculosis, Comparative Incidence and Prevalence

 

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