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Table TDI-23. Polydrug use among all clients entering outpatient treatment, for countries supplying data for 2005: the combination of opioids, cocaine, cannabis or other stimulants as primary drug type with a secondary drug [see all tables in this series...]

Part (iv) All clients with cannabis as primary drug: number of episodes reporting the stated drug as secondary

CountryOpioidsCocaineOther stimulantsHypnotics/sedativesHallucinogensVolatile substancesCannabisAlcoholOthersTotal
Bulgaria11213
Czech Republic1919611798352188
Denmark192610538115336540
Germany71716654142258100254357516211575
Ireland241713123919203672954
Greece617969424254118321
France2372402387552121030831967
Italy3228063652612659423172144
Cyprus8373277899
Luxembourg14252629
Malta102328111174
Netherlands142161762982048732964
Slovakia21783591229166
Finland24625121381215
Sweden381915095115215470
United Kingdom2747661498352112953440876624
Total177840607356995141627514970374626343

Notes:

 Data on secondary drug use are only collected among all treatment clients and not separately for new treatment clients. 

 'Opioids' include: heroin, methadone, other opioids; 'Cocaine' includes: cocaine HCl, crack cocaine; 'Stimulants' include: amphetamines, MDMA and derivates, other stimulants: 'Cannabis' can include herb or resin. For each client up to four secondary drugs can be reported. 

 A number of the clients report using the same drug both as primary and secondary drug, particularly for cannabis. Clients may report using different sub-types of the same substance, as defined in the TDI Protocol for the drugs categories. 

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

Sources:

 2006 Reitox national reports.  

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