Population: Indicates the number of inhabitants of the country.
Health Constitution: Refers to the article or articles where it is mentioned that the inhabitant has the right to health.
Health Care Expenditure % GDP: The percentage of the Gross Domestic Product that the State makes for the country’s health expenses.
% Public Health Expenditure: Indicates the percentage of expenditure that the State has on public health.
Pocket Spending: According to the meeting of leaders of the different organizations in Latin America that was carried out via zoom on October 10, 2020, pocket spending was defined as the additional expense made by the person to cover health requirements in terms of to medication, including transfers. lodging and food.
GINI: It is an economic measure used to calculate the income inequality that exists between the citizens of a territory or a country.
GDP per capita: An economic indicator that measures the relationship between the income level of a country and its population. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of said territory is divided by the number of inhabitants. The objective of GDP per capita is to obtain data that shows the level of wealth or well-being of a territory at a given time.
Treatments: It refers to the types of treatments available, whether they are originals or copies of each country.
CML projection x 100 thousand: Estimation of cases of Chronic Myeloid Leukemia in the population of the country.
No. Patient: It is the number of LMC patients that are present in the foundation or organization of the country.