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Hospital admissions for cocaine poisoning

Hospital admissions for cocaine poisoning 2007 - 2019.
Date published:
13 January 2020

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Hospital admissions for cocaine poisoning by ten year age bands, by local authority and number of mental and behavioural disorders due to cocaine use and rates of admission.  

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In response to your request for information about cocaine hospital admissions.

We have provided:

  • count of Finished Admission Episodes (FAEs) with a primary or secondary diagnosis of cocaine poisoning, by ten-year age bands, for the years 2007-08 to 2018-19. 
  • count of FAEs with a primary or secondary diagnosis of cocaine poisoning and rates of admission per 100,000 population, by Local Authority, for the years 2014-15 to 2018-19.
  • count of FAEs with a primary or secondary diagnosis of mental and behavioural disorders due to cocaine use and rates of admisison per 100,000 population, by Local Authority, for the years 2014-15 to 2018-19. 

These figures are not a count of people as it is possible for an individual to be have more than one episode of care in any given time period.

Please note table 1 may include residences outside of England therefore will not match England totals for tables 2 and 3.

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Last edited: 13 January 2020 3:27 pm