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Table TDI-5. Primary drug and rates of injection of primary drug of clients entering treatment, 2009 or most recent year available [see all tables in this series...]

Part (iii) New clients by country and rates of injection of primary drug (%)

CountryYearOpioids % InjectingCocaine % Injecting Amphetamines% injecting Total % Injecting
Belgium200917.33.111.44.7
Bulgaria200977.5:7.772.9
Czech Republic200980.48.772.758.3
Denmark20098.32.91.51.5
Germany(1)200933.77.20.810.7
Estonia200989.2:70.084.1
Ireland200923.00.20.010.2
Greece(2)200938.77.70.031.2
Spain(3)200812.01.00.42.7
France200912.44.90.03.4
Italy200945.05.716.121.2
Cyprus200960.50.00.023.5
Latvia200998.750.059.353.2
Lithuania(4)200998.8:13.385.2
Luxembourg(5)2009::::
Hungary200965.10.017.53.7
Malta200953.57.9:28.9
Netherlands200911.90.10.90.9
Austria200929.60.90.014.7
Poland(3)200840.50.02.36.2
Portugal(6)2009:::12.5
Romania200991.67.70.064.6
Slovenia200939.322.20.032.8
Slovakia200979.80.032.134.7
Finland200976.6:66.040.9
Sweden200919.00.042.711.2
United Kingdom200930.40.918.313.6
Croatia200956.80.00.025.5
Turkey200941.90.0:21.1
Norway:::::
Total35.32.726.713.9

Notes:

 : Indicates no data available             

 Drug specific percentages are of clients whose primary drug and usual route of administration is known. Total injecting considers all the injection cases regardless of the primary drug being known or not. 

 Injecting as a route of administration is not reported for ecstasy, cannabis and other drugs. 

 (1) Amphetamines refer to stimulants in general. Data on route of administration refer to primary and non primary drugs. 

 (2) 'Speedball' is included in the category 'Other substances'. 

 (3) Last data available refer to 2008. 

 (4) Amphetamines refer to stimulants in general. 

 (5) Data on first treatments (breakdown by drug and route of administration) were not reported for 2009 as the figures were too small. 

 (6) Data do not account for drug breakdown. 

 See also ‘General notes for interpreting data’ on the Explanatory notes and help page

Sources:

 Reitox national reports 2010 — TDI tables V. 1.0-2010. See Table TDI-0 for details on sources. 

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