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Table 2 Burden of deaths attributable to alcohol consumption in Russia for people 0 to 64 years of age in 2012 based on Russia-specific alcohol RR functions

From: Russia-specific relative risks and their effects on the estimated alcohol-attributable burden of disease

Cause* Women Men Total
Deaths % of all deaths AA Deaths % of all deaths AA Deaths % of all deaths AA
Total 70,800 31.2 % 161,100 28.7 % 231,900 29.4 %
  Communicable, maternal, neonatal and nutritional disorders 3,510 13.4 % 12,620 16.8% 16,130 15.9 %
   HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis 1,470 8.5 % 7,950 14.0 % 9,420 12.7 %
   Lower respiratory infections 1,960 42.8 % 4,550 35.3 % 6,510 37.2 %
   Neonatal conditions 80 3.3 % 120 3.4 % 200 3.3 %
  Non-communicable diseases 51,810 29.9 % 84,850 22.8 % 136,660 25.1 %
   Neoplasms 3,810 6.8 % 8,120 10.1 % 11,930 8.8 %
   Diabetes mellitus −280 −13.9 % −10 −0.5 % −290 −7.8 %
   Cirrhosis of the liver 11,750 76.2 % 11,750 50.0 % 23,500 60.4 %
   Digestive diseases (except cirrhosis) 970 16.1 % 3,210 18.1 % 4,180 17.6 %
   Neurological disorders 90 4.5 % 210 8.4 % 300 6.7 %
   Mental and behavioural disorders 3,580 67.1 % 14,850 71.3 % 18,430 70.4 %
   Cardiovascular and circulatory diseases 31,900 42.0 % 46,720 22.4 % 78,620 27.7 %
  Injuries 15,510 55.3 % 63,600 55.5 % 79,110 55.5 %
   Transport injuries 2,120 41.0 % 8,230 47.7 % 10,350 46.1 %
   Unintentional non-transport injuries** 8,990 57.1 % 35,380 55.8 % 44,370 56.0 %
   Self-harm and personal violence*** 4,400 62.7 % 20,000 60.7 % 24,400 61.0 %
  1. *See Additional file 2 for ICD categories included in each cause
  2. **Includes poisonings, falls, fires, drowning and other unintentional injuries
  3. ***Includes self-inflicted injuries and homicide