Cocaine

Cocaine

Drug Overdose Deaths In the US Involving Cocaine 2009 Through 2018

"• Throughout the study period, the rates of drug overdose deaths involving cocaine were highest for the non-Hispanic black population, followed by non-Hispanic white and the Hispanic population (Figure 3).

"• In 2018, the rate of drug overdose deaths involving cocaine in the non-Hispanic black population (9.0 per 100,000) was nearly twice that of the non-Hispanic white population (4.6) and three times that of the Hispanic population (3.0).

Drug Overdose Deaths Involving Cocaine in the US 2009 Through 2018

"• In 2018, there were 14,666 drug overdose deaths involving cocaine in the United States for an age-adjusted rate of 4.5 per 100,000 standard population (Figure 1)."

"• The age-adjusted rate of drug overdose deaths involving cocaine remained stable from 2009 through 2013 ranging from 1.3 to 1.6 per 100,000, then increased on average by 27% per year from 2013 through 2018.

Community Epidemiology Working Group Assessment of Cocaine Use and Availability in the US, 2013

(Community Epidemiology Working Group Assessment of Cocaine Use and Availability in the US, 2013) "Cocaine continued to be reported as a drug of concern in CEWG areas in all four regions of the United States. The impact of cocaine abuse continued to be reported by area representatives as high in Baltimore/Maryland/Washington, DC; Boston; Chicago; New York City; Philadelphia; and the South Florida/Miami-Dade and Broward Counties area. However, the decline in cocaine indicators reported at recent CEWG meetings continued to be observed by many area representatives.

Definition and Prevalence of Problem Cocaine Use in Spain, 2011

(Definition and Prevalence of Problem Cocaine Use in Spain, 2011) "It is complicated to decide what criteria to use for considering a pattern of cocaine use to be a case of problem use solely by virtue of the characteristics thereof, given that it is well known that very different types of combinations among the intensity of use at each given time, the frequency with which used, the age at which used, the other psychoactive substances with which cocaine is combined and the different underlying disorders of those who use cocaine can cause problems for cocaine users.

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