Statistical Bulletin 2023 — hospital emergencies data
A unique insight into acute health harms is provided by hospital emergency data, which widen the scope of monitoring health consequences of drug use, beyond other more established indicators. Emergency data can serve as an indicator of high-risk drug use trends, as a source to characterise some sub-populations of drug users, for detecting and monitoring new patterns of use or abuse of substances (such as new synthetic drugs), or new trends regarding, for example, opioid-related toxicity presentations. The methods of the Euro-DEN Plus sentinel network of hospitals are described on this page: Frequently-asked questions (FAQ) on acute drug toxicity presentations to hospital emergency services.
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