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Figure DRD–7. Mortality due to drug–induced deaths among all adults (15–64 years) in EU, Norway, Croatia and Turkey for the most recent year reported

Part (ii) Mortality rates among all adults (15–64 years) due to drug–related deaths and estimated mortality rates due to HIV/AIDS attributable to injection drug use

 
 
CountryEstimation of the mortality rate due to HIV/AIDS attributable to IDU/million population 15–64 (1)Rate DRD/million population 15–64
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Romania (2011) (n = 15)0.21.0
Turkey (2011) (n = 93):1.9
Hungary (2011) (n = 14)0.02.0
Portugal (2011) (n = 19)37.82.7
Czech Republic (2011) (n = 28)0.03.8
Slovakia (2011) (n = 15)0.03.9
Bulgaria (2011) (n = 24)0.14.8
Latvia (2011) (n = 11)23.97.9
France (2010) (n = 331)2.37.9
Poland (2010) (n = 232)2.68.4
Netherlands (2011) (n = 101)0.29.1
Italy (2011) (n = 362)10.89.1
Greece (2011) (n = :)0.110.5
Spain (2010) (n = 392)19.712.5
Cyprus (2011) (n = 9.66)0.016.3
Slovenia (2011) (n = 24)0.016.9
Luxembourg (2011) (n = 6)0.517.1
Malta (2011) (n = 5)0.017.3
Germany (2011) (n = 966)1.117.9
Belgium (2008) (n = 142)0.419.6
Croatia (2011) (n = 59)0.219.8
Lithuania (2011) (n = 43)4.020.9
Austria (2011) (n = 201)2.235.3
Sweden (2011) (n = 217)0.235.5
Denmark (2010) (n = 181)0.649.8
Ireland (2010) (n = 159)1.651.8
United Kingdom (DSD) (2011) (n = 2153)0.352.3
Finland (2011) (n = 189)0.253.3
Norway (2010) (n = 238)0.473.1
Estonia (2011) (n = 123)29.7135.7
Statistical bulletin 2009: Figure DRD-7 part (ii)
Statistical bulletin 2010: Figure DRD-7 part (ii)
Statistical bulletin 2011: Figure DRD-7 part (ii)
Statistical bulletin 2012: Figure DRD-7 part (ii)
See also 'General notes for interpreting data' on the Explanatory notes and help page.

Notes:

(1) EMCDDA computation. Proportion of AIDS cases attributed to IDU (cases in the IDU transmission group out of the total number of AIDS cases with known transmission group), applied to Eurostat figures on total numbers of AIDS (HIV-disease) deaths in each country in 2010.

The calculations of population mortality rates are based on 2011 population sizes as reported by Eurostat.

Sources:

Reitox national reports 2012, taken from national mortality registries or special registries (forensic or police). Based on ‘national definitions’ as presented in ‘Drug-related deaths — methods and definitions’.

Populations and total numbers of death for the EU countries are extracted from Eurostat, for the last year available. AIDS cases by risk factor taken from ECDC.

Country Estimation of the mortality rate due to HIV/AIDS attributable to IDU/million population 15–64 (1) Rate DRD/million population 15–64
Romania (2011) (n = 15) 0.2 1.0
Turkey (2011) (n = 93) : 1.9
Hungary (2011) (n = 14) 0.0 2.0
Portugal (2011) (n = 19) 37.8 2.7
Czech Republic (2011) (n = 28) 0.0 3.8
Slovakia (2011) (n = 15) 0.0 3.9
Bulgaria (2011) (n = 24) 0.1 4.8
Latvia (2011) (n = 11) 23.9 7.9
France (2010) (n = 331) 2.3 7.9
Poland (2010) (n = 232) 2.6 8.4
Netherlands (2011) (n = 101) 0.2 9.1
Italy (2011) (n = 362) 10.8 9.1
Greece (2011) (n = :) 0.1 10.5
Spain (2010) (n = 392) 19.7 12.5
Cyprus (2011) (n = 9.66) 0.0 16.3
Slovenia (2011) (n = 24) 0.0 16.9
Luxembourg (2011) (n = 6) 0.5 17.1
Malta (2011) (n = 5) 0.0 17.3
Germany (2011) (n = 966) 1.1 17.9
Belgium (2008) (n = 142) 0.4 19.6
Croatia (2011) (n = 59) 0.2 19.8
Lithuania (2011) (n = 43) 4.0 20.9
Austria (2011) (n = 201) 2.2 35.3
Sweden (2011) (n = 217) 0.2 35.5
Denmark (2010) (n = 181) 0.6 49.8
Ireland (2010) (n = 159) 1.6 51.8
United Kingdom (DSD) (2011) (n = 2153) 0.3 52.3
Finland (2011) (n = 189) 0.2 53.3
Norway (2010) (n = 238) 0.4 73.1
Estonia (2011) (n = 123) 29.7 135.7

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