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Table 3 Number of events per 100,000 patient-years by TAC categorya

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

TAC per year (×1000 g) Ischemic heart disease Ischemic stroke Traffic injuries Other injuries Cirrhosis Pancreatitis Pneumonia Hemorrhagic stroke Total
<15 1173 383 42 853 150 95 1516 106 4318
15–18 1796 584 301 3401 329 139 1825 149 8524
18–21 1964 639 368 4025 377 158 1885 162 9578
21–24 2070 676 459 4471 431 189 1947 175 10418
24–27 2080 685 590 4661 520 282 2072 193 11083
27–30 2179 723 680 5158 605 390 2175 210 12120
30–33 2273 750 741 5527 683 491 2239 228 12932
33–36 2357 752 768 5663 772 656 2293 267 13528
36–39 2384 757 819 5789 884 876 2362 304 14175
>39 2483 812 1170 7031 3173 8224 3551 817 27261
  1. aOut of the 200,000 patients simulated, 84.4 % had a TAC below 15,000 g/year, 10.8 % had a TAC between 15,000 and 39,000 g/year, and 4.6 % had more than 39,000 g/year. For each TAC 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