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Table 2 Number of events per 100,000 patient-years by HDD categorya

From: Modelling the consequences of a reduction in alcohol consumption among patients with alcohol dependence based on real-life observational data

HDDs per year (days) Ischemic heart disease Ischemic stroke Traffic injuries Other injuries Cirrhosis Pancreatitis Pneumonia Hemorrhagic stroke Total
<100 1170 382 40 834 153 105 1517 107 4308
100–120 1727 554 269 3047 380 384 1813 156 8330
120–140 1841 591 326 3486 461 530 1889 182 9306
140–160 1946 625 390 3904 549 710 1965 209 10298
160–180 2027 652 471 4262 716 1304 2060 226 11718
180–200 2079 672 604 4590 914 1666 2222 251 12998
200–220 2152 697 720 4993 1244 2643 2398 287 15134
>220 2543 825 1054 6845 2083 4769 2921 478 21518
  1. aOut of the 200,000 patients simulated, 83.5 % had fewer than 100 HDDs/year, 9.2 % had between 100 and 220 HDDs, and 7.3 % had more than 220 HDDs. For each HDD group of patients, the probabilities of events for each patient were summed over 12 months, and this sum was transformed to represent the number of events per 100,000 individuals