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Table TDI-103. All clients entering outpatient treatment by primary drug and age, 2010 or most recent year available

Part (vii) All cannabis outpatient clients by country and age

Country<1515-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445+Age knownAge not knownTotal
Belgium1326694133652171286168195361959
Bulgaria01201000404
Czech Republic1521751282414133538361
Denmark043772545025915812093224202242
Germany2495737719243071958871579545214389121529
Estonia210100001303
Ireland39461310143110472329116221164
Greece1221711180592014185310531
Spain3139264521811359878514339258831311909503
France29334194501327618771191721582158601115871
Italy41217312128130110718685073647982167998
Cyprus1559258312312152870287
Latvia521694631178331980198
Lithuania:::::::::::
Luxembourg02010001404
Hungary26659735872981003314267202672
Malta61232727128351060106
Netherlands78712501173937691476298270518205182
Austria21247272139552822248080808
Poland82011710860214213330333
Portugal94123141119632614135030503
Romania025322993201001101
Slovenia1121171011043043
Slovakia551592691011520152
Finland277433677341790179
Sweden215222609755221928102401024
Uk10246810482358424681695129696090623859123860
Croatia1336821112547151177970797
Turkey:::::::::::
Norway110160379220128613836102201022
Total3459297822502616276960258903786328997110132698436
 

Notes:

: Indicates no data available.

(1) In Belgium if the exact primary drug is not known, the generic category is recorded. In 2010 there were198 Opiates, 7 Cocaine, 7 Stimulants, 2 Hypnotics and Sedatives and 1 Hallucinogens clients with the primary exact drug unknown. Of which 24 and 5 were new clients for respectively Opiates and Stimulants.

(2) Data are from outpatient, inpatient treatment centres and prisons (aggregated data).

(3) Data are from 2009. Data are from Outpatient treatment centres and some treatment units in prison (aggregated data).

(4) In 2010 around 29% of all clients and 30% of new clients were registered as not known / missing for the primary drug category. Caution should be made when comparing data over time.

(5) In 2010 Latvia submitted a new dataset with a more precise TDI EMCDDA definition. Caution should be made when comparing data with previous years.

(6) Data refers to outpatient and inpatient treatment centres, low-threshold services and prisons (aggregated data).

(7) Data are from outpatient, inpatient treatment centres and Low-threshold services (aggregated data).

(8) Data are from 2009. Data presented in the table come from TDI pilot project. Caution should be made when interpreting the data.

(9) In 2010 came into implementation a new national information system implying methodological changes particularly in the registration criteria. Caution should be made when comparing 2010 data with previous years.

(10) Data are from 1st of April 2009 to 31st March 2010.

(11) In Norway the criteria for selecting and grouping cases are main ICD-10 diagnosis codes F11-F16 and F18-F19.

See also 'tdi-10-p12345678-07-Age distribution summary.xls' 'partiii',' partiv' and 'General notes for interpreting data' on the Explanatory notes and help page.

Source:

2011 REITOX National Reports - Table TDI Outpatient Treatment Centres

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