logo of the EU drugs agency

You are viewing archived content

Please note that this page is a static copy of a previously published web page and is no longer actively maintained.
Be aware that the information contained here may be out-of-date.
For the most recent information, we recommend visiting the main website of the EMCDDA.

Figure TDI-14. Percent using cocaine as primary drug among new clients entering treatment, 1993 to 2005 - countries reporting in excess of 5% of new clients


The graphic shows only those countries reporting primary cocaine use by more than 5% of new clients at some point.

Countries consistently reporting 5% or fewer new clients with primary cocaine use over the whole period are: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Austria, Slovakia, Finland and Sweden.

Malta excluded due to very low number of cases.

Portugal: data for 2004 include cocaine and free base.

United Kingdom: data refer to all treatments up to 2002 and to new treatments from 2003.


See also 'General notes for interpreting data' on the Explanatory notes and help page.


Reitox national reports - Standard Table 3 and TDI

Page last updated: Friday, 23 November 2007