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Drug-related infectious diseases (DRID)

Prevalence of HIV, HCV and HBV in IDUs

Tables INF-1, INF-2 and INF-3 provide a summary overview by country of latest available data on HIV, HCV and HBV prevalence in samples of injecting drug users

Tables INF-108, INF-109 and INF-110 show (national and subnational) data on HIV prevalence in samples of injecting drug users, as well as prevalence among young injectors and new injectors for HIV (see also Figure INF-3).

Tables INF-111, INF-112 and INF-113 show (national and subnational) data on HCV prevalence in samples of injecting drug users as well as prevalence among young injectors and new injectors for HCV (see also Figure INF-6).

Table INF-114 and Table INF-115 show (national and subnational) data on prevalence of current hepatitis B infection (HBsAg) and of HBV antibodies (aHBc, aHBs) among injecting drug users, respectively (see also Figure INF-9).

Table INF-117 shows national and subnational data on prevalence of HIV, HCV and HBV markers among drug users in prison and injecting drug users in prison. Part (i) shows prevalence of HIV infection, part (ii) of hepatitis C antibodies, part (iii) of HBsAg, a marker of current hepatitis B infection, and part (iv) of hepatitis B antibodies where aHBc is an indicator of ever-infection (both current and resolved).

HIV case reporting and hepatitis B/C notifications

Tables INF-104 show HIV infections newly diagnosed (case reports) among injecting drug users by country and year of diagnosis These data, provided by ECDC–WHO/Europe, are both provided as numbers of cases and as rates per million population (see also Figure INF-1 for reported AIDS cases and Figure INF-2: for reported HIV cases)

Tables INF-105 and INF-106 show notifications at national level of newly diagnosed HCV and HBV cases, respectively. For hepatitis notifications, rates per million are not calculated, given the likely low comparability of the data between countries. These tables also give the percentage of IDUs among the cases of hepatitis C and B that have information on the presumed transmission category.

Table INF-107: a small number of countries report incidence data for HCV from follow-up studies of IDUs at mostly sub-national level. Table INF-107 reports the number of IDUs followed, the number of sero-conversions, follow-up time, the incidence rate per 100 person-years.

Table INF-0 lists all bibliographic references.

The table below summarises the overall organisation of the core set of tables and graphs.



Hepatitis C

Hepatitis B

Prevalence — latest data summary

Table INF-1 and Figure INF-3

Table INF-2 and Figure INF-6

Table INF-3 and Figure INF-9

Prevalence — full data and time trends in IDU samples

Table INF-108

Table INF-111

Table INF-114, Table INF-115

Prevalence — full data and time trends in samples of young and new IDUs

Table INF-109, Table INF-110

Table INF-112, Table INF-113


Case reports/notifications

Table INF-104, Figure INF-1 and Figure INF-2

Table INF-105

Table INF-106


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