Flávio Yoshihide Kuwae, Andrey. R. Rocca, Paula R. Loyola, Millena G. P. Costa, Bárbara A. dos S. Soares, Fábio Y. P. I, Valquíria V. Torres, Priscilla J. Santana

Institution: Universidade Federal de Goiás

“Objectives: To determine rates of hospitalization and mortality from malignant neoplasm of the breast, as well as scale public spending of the National Health System with hospitalizations in the state of Goiás, in the period 2008 to 2015. Methodology: This resume is a analisys of secundary datas, search on DATASUS, using the variables hospitalization, mortality, malignant neoplasm of breast cancer, avarage amount spent per admission, total amount spent, in Goiás during 2008 and 2015. Results: From 2008 to 2015, 6917 hospital admissions were recorded, with the largest numbers were 1113, 1046 and 912 hospitalizations per year in 2015, 2014 and 2011 respectively. Smaller numbers were recorded in 2008 (647) and 2009 (664). In the period, the highest number of deaths observed in 2014 was 95, followed by 91 in 2010 and 82 in 2011, a total of 622 deaths. The higher a year mortality rate in the period was 10 deaths / 100,000 in habitants., In 2009 and 2010, and the lowest in 6 deaths / 100,000 inhabitants., In 2015. As the average amount spent per admission and amount spent total we realyze a significant progressive increase from 2013, with a peak in 2015, reaching the amount of R $ 1,740,113.00 per year, according Datasus. Conclusion: In this study you can see that the increase in investment in admissions is not always reflected by the considerable decrease in the death rate and morbidity among patients diagnosed with breast cancer, shown by the continuous increase in the amount spent, but with a oscillating mortality rate in the last eight years. The results reveal the high cost of hospitalization and treatment for the NHS in women diagnosed with breast cancer, it is imperative to search for public policies aimed at prevention and early diagnosis of this disease, essential factors for a good prognosis.Key words: Hospitalization, chacacteristics, mortality, breast cancer, Goiás”