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Table 1 Number of admissions to hospital for alcohol-associated conditions at the start (2002/03) and end (2013/14) of the study period for England

From: Trends in alcohol-related admissions to hospital by age, sex and socioeconomic deprivation in England, 2002/03 to 2013/14

  2002/03 2013/14 Relative Change
Condition categories Wholly Acute 23,172 52,291 2.26
Wholly Chronic 34,159 50,142 1.47
Partially Acute 44,589 63,671 1.43
Partially Chronic 99,478 137,612 1.38
Specific conditions wholly attributable to alcohol Acute Intoxication subcategory of Mental and Behavioural Disorders due to use of Alcohol (F10.0) 7013 15,546 2.22
All Other Mental and Behavioural Disorders due to use of Alcohol (F10.1-F10.9) 19,375 26,921 1.39
Alcoholic Liver Disease (K70) 11,135 16,142 1.45
Intentional self-poisoning due to alcohol (X65) 11,966 31,232 2.61
Total alcohol-related admissions Total Admissions 201,398 303,716 1.51
Crude Rate (per 100,000) 402 560 1.39
Total non-alcohol related admissions Total Admissions 9,450,741 13,095,242 1.39
Total Emergency Admissions 3,052,094 4,071,187 1.33
Total Non-Emergency Admissions 6,398,647 9,024,055 1.41
Population (n) 50,141,285 54,276,638 1.08
  1. Partially attributable condition totals are a sum of fractions of admissions for conditions which are partially attributable to alcohol