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Afghanistan Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Albania Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Algeria Il n’existe pas de données sur la mortalité liée au tabac, néanmoins, il existe des informations sur les pathologies liées au tabagisme : - Pour le cancer du poumon, au cours de lannée 2017, le taux dincidence était de 12,5 cas pour 100 000 habitants, (dont 80 % sont des fumeurs). - Pour les maladies cardiovasculaires qui représentent 21 % des décès, le tabac est responsable dans 12 % des cas des maladies cardiovasculaires. Il n’existe pas de données sur la mortalité liée au tabac, néanmoins, il existe des informations sur les pathologies liées au tabagisme : - Pour le cancer du poumon, au cours de lannée 2015, le taux dincidence était de 16,4 cas pour 100 000 habitants, (dont 80 % sont des fumeurs). Ce qui donne un nombre moyen de kc du poumon de 7000 par an. - Pour les maladies cardiovasculaires qui représentent 21 % des décès, le tabac est responsable dans 12 % des cas des maladies cardiovasculaires. Il n’existe pas de données sur la mortalité liée au tabac, néanmoins, il existe des informations sur les pathologies liées au tabagisme : - Pour le cancer du poumon, au cours de lannée 2013, le taux dincidence était de 20 cas pour 100 000 habitants, (dont 80 % sont des fumeurs). Ce qui donne un nombre moyen de kc du poumon de 8000 par an. - Pour les maladies cardiovasculaires qui représentent 21 % des décès, le tabac est responsable dans 12 % des cas des maladies cardiovasculaires. WHO African Region
Angola Para 2016 Muertes por cancer de pulmon y otros asociados a tabaco: 895 Muertes por ataques cardiacos en parte debido a tabaco. 2696 Total: 3,591 Para 2016 Muertes por cancer de pulmon y otros asociados a tabaco: 895 Muertes por ataques cardiacos en parte debido a tabaco. 2696 Total: 3,591 Answer not provided WHO African Region
Antigua and Barbuda Answer not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Armenia Total number of deaths from the respiratory diseases is 1978 cases in 2018. Total number of mortality from malignant neoplasm of trachea, bronchus and lung cancer is 1020 cases in 2018 from cardiovascular diseases is 14209 and from malignant neoplasm is 5199 cases for 2018 Link: http://nih.am/am/statistical_yearbooks/102/am Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Australia Answer not provided Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable and premature death and disability in Australia, and contributes to and compounds existing health and social inequalities. In 2011, tobacco use killed almost 19,000 people in Australia and was responsible for 9.0% of the total burden of disease and injury, making it the most burdensome risk factor. Tobacco use was responsible for 80% of lung cancer. Similarly, it was responsible for 75% of the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Around half of the total burden of oesophageal cancer (54%) and nearly half of the mouth & pharyngeal cancer (46%) burden was attributed to tobacco. On 10 May 2016, the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) released the Australian Burden of Disease Study: Impact and causes of illness and death in Australia 2011. The Study found that Tobacco use was responsible for 9.0% of the total burden of disease and injury disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) in Australia in 2011, making it the most burdensome disease risk factor (this included risks associated with past, current and second hand smoke). Tobacco use contributed to the burden for five disease groups including 36% of the burden of respiratory diseases, 22% of cancers, 12% of cardiovascular diseases and 3.5% of endocrine. http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-detail/?id=60129555173 The previous burden of disease report estimated (for the year 2004-2005), 15,000 deaths each year in Australia were attributable to tobacco use and exposure to tobacco smoke. In 2004-2005, tobacco was estimated to have killed 9,814 men and 5,236 women in Australia. For men, the largest number of tobacco-related deaths was caused by cancer, which was responsible for around 43% of all male tobacco-related deaths. These cancer deaths are dominated by lung cancer, which accounts for 77% of male tobacco-related cancer deaths. The remaining tobacco-related male cancer deaths were caused by several different types of cancer—including oesophageal cancer (6%), oropharyngeal cancer (4%), bladder cancer (4%) and pancreatic cancer (3%). The second and third largest causes of male tobacco-related deaths were ischaemic heart disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which accounted for 22% and 19% of male tobacco-related deaths respectively. The ‘other direct smoking’ category accounted for 15% of male tobacco-related deaths. This category comprises a variety of causes, the largest contributors being stroke (43% of the ‘other’ category), atherosclerosis (29%) and pneumonia (19%). For women the pattern was a little different. As with men, the largest number of tobacco related deaths for women were caused by cancer, which was responsible for around 32% of all female tobacco-related deaths. This category was also dominated by lung cancer, which accounted for 75% of female tobacco-related cancer deaths. The remaining tobacco-related female cancer deaths were caused by several different types of cancer—including oesophageal cancer (7%), pancreatic cancer (7%), bladder cancer (4%) and oropharyngeal cancer (3%). Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease accounted for a larger proportion of female tobacco related deaths (22%) than did ischaemic heart disease (20%). However, the ‘other direct smoking’ category was larger than either of these, accounting for 25% of female tobacco related deaths. Again, this category comprised a variety of causes, the largest contributors being stroke (46% of the ‘other’ category), atherosclerosis (23%) and pneumonia (17%). WHO Western Pacific Region
Austria In 2017 2.402 men and 1.472 women died because of lung cancer due to causes of death statistics. In 2015 2.393 men and 1.490 women died because of lung cancer due to causes of death statistics. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Azerbaijan Data from total deaths by all causes: cardiovascular - 59.2% cancer - 15.2% respiratory - 3.2 % Data from total deaths by all causes: cardiovascular - 60.2% cancer - 14.6% respiratory - 3.2 % Data from total deaths by all causes: cardiovascular - 59.8% cancer - 12.5% respiratory - 3.5 % WHO European Region
Bahamas Report not provided Report not provided There were 24 deaths (7/100,000 population) due to lung cancer and 430 (120/100,000 population) due to heart disease. However, it is not known whether these were attributable to tobacco use. WHO Region of the Americas
Bahrain (Kingdom of) According to health statistics 2018 report, non communicable diseases attributed to 70.5% of total mortalities in 2015, cardiovascular diseases ranked first accounting for 47.1% and neoplasms second accounting for 14.4%. In addition, Lung cancer is the 3rd most common cancer in Bahrain in 2014, accounting for 7.9% of all new cancer cases. It is also the most common cancer in males (14.6% of all male cases). Between January and December 2014, there were 59 new cases of lung cancer reported in Bahrain: 45 (76.3%) in men and 14 (23.7%) in women. The total world ASR in the Bahraini population was 12.9 per 100,000 people. The world ASRs by gender were 20.0 cases/100,000 Bahraini males and 6.1 cases/100,000 Bahraini females. Lung cancer ranked number one in the top leading Sites of Cancer Mortality among Bahrainis in 2014 with ASR 9.1/100,000 (Cancer incidence and mortality in Kingdom o Bahrain, 2016) According to health statistics 2015 report, non communicable diseases attributed to 64.2% of total mortalities in 2015, cardiovascular diseases ranked first accounting for 36% and neoplasms second accounting for 14.2%. In addition, Lung cancer is the 3rd most common cancer in Bahrain in 2014, accounting for 7.9% of all new cancer cases. It is also the most common cancer in males (14.6% of all male cases). Between January and December 2014, there were 59 new cases of lung cancer reported in Bahrain: 45 (76.3%) in men and 14 (23.7%) in women. The total world ASR in the Bahraini population was 12.9 per 100,000 people. The world ASRs by gender were 20.0 cases/100,000 Bahraini males and 6.1 cases/100,000 Bahraini females. Lung cancer ranked number one in the top leading Sites of Cancer Mortality among Bahrainis in 2014 with ASR 9.1/100,000 (Cancer incidence and mortality in Kingdom o Bahrain, 2016) According to health statistics published in 2015, non communicable diseases attributed to 67% of total mortalities in 2014, cardiovascular diseases accounted for 33% and cancer of respiratory system alone accounted for 4.6%. 48 deaths were reported because of lung cancer, 40 males and 8 females. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Bangladesh 1. Every year, more than 161200 of its people are killed by tobacco-caused disease. (Source: The tobacco Atlas, Bangladesh Factsheet, American Cancer Society and Vital Strategies, https://files.tobaccoatlas.org/wp-content/uploads/pdf/bangladesh-country-facts-en.pdf 2. Tobacco-attributable diseases caused nearly 126,000 deaths in 2018 accounting for 13.5% of all-cause deaths in the population. (Source: Faruque GM, Wadood SN, Ahmed M, Parven R, Huq I, Chowdhury SR. The economic cost of tobacco use in Bangladesh: A health cost approach. Bangladesh Cancer Society. February 23, 2019. https://www.cancerresearchuk.org/sites/default/files/tat004_factsheet_proactt_final_print.pdf) No available data No available data WHO South-East Asia Region
Barbados Answer not provided Answer not provided Some data available on contribution of tobacco smoking to stroke and heart attack from the Barbados National Registry for Non Communicable Disease WHO Region of the Americas
Belarus Число умерших от злокачественных новообразований гортани – 325 человек, число умерших от злокачественных новообразований трахеи, бронхов, легких – 3 122 человек, число умерших от болезней системы кровообращения – 68 095 человек; от неосторожного обращения с огнем при курении в 2017 году погибло 338 человек. число умерших от злокачественных новообразований гортани - 281 человек, умерших от злокачественных новообразований трахеи, бронхов, легких - 3112 человек, умерших от болезней системы кровообращения - 66 255 человек; от неосторожного обращения с огнем при курении в 2017 году погибло 338 человек Answer not provided WHO European Region
Belgium Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Belize Answer not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Benin Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Bhutan Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Se estima que en Bolivia mueren por tabaco: - 932 personas con EPOC. - 1.002 personas con neumonia. - 522 personas con un Accidente Cerebro Vascular. - 696 personas con enfermedades cardiacas. - 516 personas con otros tipos de cancer. - 292 personas con cancer de pulmón. Se estima que en Bolivia mueren por tabaco: - 932 personas con EPOC. - 1.002 personas con neumonia. - 522 personas con un Accidente Cerebro Vascular. - 696 personas con enfermedades cardiacas. - 516 personas con otros tipos de cancer. - 292 personas con cancer de pulmón. Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Bosnia and Herzegovina Estimated number of deaths attributable to tobacco use provided in B32 refers to population of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The above mentioned number includes following groups of death causes: - Mortality of circulatory diseases (IOO-I99) rate 502,8/100.000, - Mortality of Ca lungs (C34) rate 51,3/100.000. According to available state level statistical data for 2015 above mentioned number includes following groups of death causes such as malignant neoplasms C00-C97 (total number of death 7859), other neoplasms D00-D48 (total number of death 97), circulatory diseases I00-I99 (total number of deaths 19713) and respiratory diseases J00-J99 (total number of deaths 1718). In the above mentioned total number of death causes tobacco is considered as leading risk factor without possibility to define particular involvement of other risk factors, which eventually influenced on deaths. Leading tobacco attributable death causes in the Republic of Srpska for men is carcinom of lung, trachea and bronchus – 19,1%, and for women 5,5%. According available state level statistical data for 2014 above this number include following groups of death causes such as malignant neoplasms C00-C97, D00-D48 ( total number of death 7.821),circulatory diseases I00-I99 ( total number of deaths 17.930) and respiratory diseases J00-J99. In mentioned above total number of death causes to be consider tobacco as a one of leading risk factor without possibility to define particular involvement of other risk factors, which eventually influenced on deaths. WHO European Region
Botswana cardiovascular diseases and lung cancer cardiovascular diseases and lung cancer Report not provided WHO African Region
Brazil Smoking was accountable for 156,216 deaths in 2011 in Brazil: Coronary artery disease (except AMI) 5,007 Cardiovascular disease * (non ischemic) 6,804 Stroke 10,812 Lung cancer 23,762 Pneumonia 10,900 COPD 31,120 Oral and pharyngeal cancer 5,881 Esophageal cancer 6,890 Stomach cancer 3,379 Pancreatic cancer 2,207 Kidney and renal pelvis cancer 807 Larynx cancer 3,830 Myeloid leukemia 1,562 Bladder cancer 1,356 Cervical cancer 739 Passive smoking and perinatal causes 17,972. Smoking was accountable for 156,216 deaths in 2011 in Brazil: Coronary artery disease (except AMI) 5,007 Cardiovascular disease * (non ischemic) 6,804 Stroke 10,812 Lung cancer 23,762 Pneumonia 10,900 COPD 31,120 Oral and pharyngeal cancer 5,881 Esophageal cancer 6,890 Stomach cancer 3,379 Pancreatic cancer 2,207 Kidney and renal pelvis cancer 807 Larynx cancer 3,830 Myeloid leukemia 1,562 Bladder cancer 1,356 Cervical cancer 739 Passive smoking and perinatal causes 17,972. Smoking was accountable for 147,072 deaths in 2011 in Brazil: Coronary artery disease (except AMI) 5,752 Cardiovascular disease * (non ischemic) 6,858 Stroke 15,104 Lung cancer 21,906 Pneumonia 8,416 COPD 24,756 Oral and pharyngeal cancer 2,971 Esophageal cancer 6,584 Stomach cancer 3,878 Pancreatic cancer 1,914 Kidney and renal pelvis cancer 734 Larynx cancer 3,901 Myeloid leukemia 783 Bladder cancer 1,488 Cervical cancer 1,033 Passive smoking and perinatal causes 16,920 WHO Region of the Americas
Brunei Darussalam Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Bulgaria Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Burkina Faso 3500 due au tabagisme et 1300 deces dus au tabagisme passif 3500 due au tabagisme et 1300 deces dus au tabagisme passif Answer not provided WHO African Region
Burundi Answer not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Cabo Verde cardiopathie ischémique-41 infections respiratoires-16 cancer trachéal pulmonaire-13 cancer de lœsophage - 9 COPD-8 AVC hémorragique-8 cancer de lestomac - 4 tuberculose-4 diabète sucré-1 Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Cambodia Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Cameroon Il est toute fois établi que un peu plus de 4000 personnes meurent chaque année dune maladie liée au tabac ou produits du Tabac si on sen tient aux projection des rapports annuels de lOMS en ce qui concerne la mortalité liée aux maladies non transmissibles. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Canada For 2012 (most recent Canadian data for total number of deaths attributable to tobacco use: Malignant Neoplasms 21,366 Cardiovascular Diseases 12,710 Respiratory Disease 9,937 Intestinal Disease 159 Perinatal Conditions 41 External Causers (Fire) 41 Tobacco Abuse 25 Diabetes 192 Second-Hand Smoke 993 Total 45,464 For 2012 (most recent Canadian data for total number of deaths attributable to tobacco use: Malignant Neoplasms 21,366 Cardiovascular Diseases 12,710 Respiratory Disease 9,937 Intestinal Disease 159 Perinatal Conditions 41 External Causers (Fire) 41 Tobacco Abuse 25 Diabetes 192 Second-Hand Smoke 993 Total 45,464 For 2002 (most recent Canadian data for total number of deaths attributable to tobacco use) Malignant Neoplasms 17,427 Cardiovascular Diseases 10,275 Respiratory Disease 8,282 Intestinal Disease 190 Perinatal Conditions 92 Injury (Fire) 55 Tobacco Abuse 57 Passive Smoking 831 Total 37,209 WHO Region of the Americas
Central African Republic Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Chad Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Chile 18436 Muertes por año son asociadas al tabaquismo en Chile (2017). Ca de lengua, mucosa oral, labio y faringe 196 (M 60 H 136) Ca esófago 481 (M 169 H 312) Ca Pàncrea 465 (M 277 H188) Ca Laringe 108 (M 10 H 98) Ca Pulmòn Traquea y Bronquios 2196 (M 1069 H 1707) Ca Vejiga 252 (M 74 H 178) Ca Riñòn 296 ( M 33 H 263) Enfermedad Isquèmica 3603 ( M 1364 H 2239) Enfermedad Cerebro Vascular 4392 (M 2157 H 2235) Enfermedad Hipertensiva 2677 (M 1518 H 1159) Arteroesclerosis 24 ( M 9 H 15) Aneurisma Aòrtico 207 (M 64 H 143) Bronquitis y Bronquitis Aguda 28 (M15 H 13) Bronquitis crònica y otras Enf pulmonares Agudas 2598 (M 1288 H 1310) Enfisema 95 (M 39 H 56) Asma 196 (M 123 H 73) Muerte súbita lactante 5 ( M 3 H 2) Síndrome Dificultad Respiratoria RN 17 (M 8 H 9) Tabaquismo Pasivo 2.770 16532 Muertes por año son asociadas al tabaquismo en Chile (2013). Muertes por enfermedades atribuibles a tabaco: Enfermedad Pulmonar Obstructiva Crónica: 4.523 Enfermedades Cardíacas: 2.565 Otros cánceres: 2.988 Cáncer de Pulmón: 2.335 Tabaquismo pasivo: 1.902 Accidente Cerebro Vascular: 1.497 Neumonia: 722 Infartos: 20.191 16.532 Muertes por año son asociadas al tabaquismo en Chile (2013). Muertes por enfermedades atribuibles a tabaco: Enfermedad Pulmonar Constructiva Crónica: 4.523 Enfermedades Cardíacas: 2.565 Otros cánceres: 2.988 Cáncer de Pulmón: 2.335 Tabaquismo pasivo: 1.902 Accidente Cerebro Vascular: 1.497 Neumonia: 722 Infartos: 20.191 WHO Region of the Americas
China 2013年中国男性吸烟导致死亡人数最多的疾病是肺癌,为28.00万人;其次是缺血性心脏病,为21.94万人;第三位是COPD,为20.35万人。2013年中国女性吸烟导致死亡人数最多的疾病是COPD,为12.36万人;其次是肺癌,为7.35万人;第三位是缺血性心脏病,为3.37万人。 2013年中国男性吸烟导致死亡人数最多的疾病是肺癌,为28.00万人;其次是缺血性心脏病,为21.94万人;第三位是COPD,为20.35万人。2013年中国女性吸烟导致死亡人数最多的疾病是COPD,为12.36万人;其次是肺癌,为7.35万人;第三位是缺血性心脏病,为3.37万人。 Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Colombia Muertes anuales atribuibles al tabaquismo: • Cardiopatía isquémica 9.144 muertes/año • Otras enfermedades 6.808 muertes/año • EPOC 6.616 muertes/año • Cáncer de tráquea, bronquios y pulmón 3.982 muertes/año • Enfermedad Alzheimer y otras demencias 2.000 muertes/año • Infecciones del tracto respiratorio inferior 1.948 muertes/año • Hemorragia intracerebral 1.479 muertes/año • Diabetes Mellitus Tipo II 1.138 muertes/año • Cáncer de estómago 937 muertes/año • Cáncer de cuello uterino 759 muertes/año Cada año, el consumo del tabaco mata a 34.809 colombianos, siendo el 44 por ciento de estas muertes de individuos menores de 70 años. Más de 6.300 de estas vidas perdidas son causadas por la exposición al humo del tabaco y 154 (el 2,4 por ciento) de esas muertes se dan en niños por debajo de los 15 años. Ver Anexo 6. Muertes anuales atribuibles al tabaquismo:  Enfermedades cardíacas 8.160 muertes/año  EPOC 8.028 muertes/año  Otros cánceres 4.511 muertes/año  Cáncer de pulmón 4.401 muertes/año  Tabaquismo pasivo y otras causas 3.692 muertes/año  ACV 2.195 muertes/año  Neumonía 1.102 muertes/año El 16.1% de todas las muertes que se producen en el país pueden ser atribuidas al tabaquismo. Para mayor información verificar documentos anexos. Para el 2012, el total de muertes atribuibles a tabaquismo fue de 16.767. De esas muertes, 11.500 fueron hombres, y 5.267 fueron mujeres. Para el 2013, el total de muertes atribuibles a tabaquismo fue de 17.545. De esas muertes, 12.054 fueron hombres, y 5.490 fueron mujeres. Para información adicional ver documento anexo WHO Region of the Americas
Comoros Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Congo Answer not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Cook Islands Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Costa Rica Se estima que en Costa rica durante el año 2015, el cigarrillo fue responsable de 1747 muertes. Este valor representa 9.3% de las muertes que ocurren en Costa Rica cada año. Pueden atribuirse al tabaquismo las muertes por las siguientes causas: 11% cardiovasculares 09% accidentes cerebrocardiovasculares 64% Enfermedad Pulmonar Obstructiva Crónica (EPOC) 71% Cáncer de Púlmón 13% Neumonías 21% Cánceres. En un estudio anterior del 2014 se tenía que la mortalidad atribuible al consumo de tabaco era de 5277 muertes por año, indicando 1613 fallecimientos por Neoplasias Malignas, 2892 por enfermedades cardiovasculares, 827 por enfermedades respiratorias y 55 condiciones peri natales. Sin embargo, a finales del 2016 un nuevo estudio regional mostró que por año muere 1747 personas por enfermedades atribuibles al tabaquismo, donde 432 se deben a enfermedades pulmonares obstructivas crónicas, 431 a enfermedades cardíacas, 296 otros canceres, 201 tabaquismo pasivo, 188 cáncer de pulmón, 125 accidente cerebrovascular y 75 a neumonía; es decir, el 9,3% de todas las muertes anuales en el país. La mortalidad atribuible al consumo de tabaco para el 2014 (5277 muertes) indica 1613 fallecimientos por Neoplasias Malignas, 2892 por enfermedades cardiovasculares, 827 por enfermedades respiratorias y 55 condiciones peri natales. WHO Region of the Americas
Côte d'Ivoire Answer not provided Il existe un registre national de cancer qui répertorie les cas de cancer et dont celui de cancer du poumon pour lequel le tabac en est la première cause. Answer not provided WHO African Region
Croatia Metodology of calculation was done according to: WHO FCTC Indicator compendium (first edition). 2013. Metodology of calculation was done according to: WHO FCTC Indicator compendium (first edition). 2013. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Cyprus Not available Not available Not available WHO European Region
Czech Republic 1/ Table with absolute numbers of deaths from diagnoses that may be related to smoking in 2018 (as listed in the WHO methodology) attached (B35). However, Method of measurement is different from the indicator “Estimated total number of deaths attributable to tobacco use” as defined in WHO FCTC Indicator Compendium. 2/ Deaths and disease burden attributable to smoking for Czech Republic is estimated also in this study: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(17)30819-X/fulltext 3/ Expert team from Department of Addictology of 1st Faculty of Medicine,Charles University, has collected data regarding tobacco related mortality and morbidity in the Czech Republic. A new methodology of quantification mortality attributable to tobacco has been developing. Cause-specific mortality is available, e.g. (2016): Lung cancer: 5,316 deaths Diseases of the circulatory system: 47,611 deaths Cause-specific mortality is available, e.g.: Lung cancer: 5,246 deaths Diseases of the circulatory system: 48,627 deaths WHO European Region
Democratic People's Republic of Korea Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Democratic Republic of the Congo Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Denmark 2016: 13.600 per year 2012: 14.000 per year 2006: 14.000 per year. No new data. 2016: 13.600 per year 2012: 14.000 per year 2006: 14.000 per year: 2012: 14.000 per year 2006: 14.000 per year: Approx. 3000 deaths per year are caused by smoking related lung cancer. Approx. 1500 smoke related deaths per year are due to other cancer forms than lung cancer. Smoking currently causes 85 percent of all cases of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Approx. 300.-400.000 persons have COPD and approx. 3600 persons dies every year from COPD WHO European Region
Djibouti Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Dominica Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Ecuador En Ecuador se producen aproximadamente 5371 muertes al año que pueden ser atribuidas al consumo de tabaco. Un promedio de 15 muertes diarias. En promedio, 7.798 muertes son atribuibles al consumo de tabaco. En Ecuador mueren aproximadamente 21 personas por día a causa del tabaco, lo que representa el 13,4% de todas las muertes de personas mayores de 35 años. Las enfermedades más frecuentes relacionadas al consumo de tabaco son: EPOC (35.528 personas), neumonía (5783 personas) y ACV (3.064 personas). En el 2014, se registraron un total de 62.981 defunciones en Ecuador, de las cuales 26.122 muertes son atribuibles a enfermedades que están relacionadas al consumo de tabaco y/u otros factores de riesgo (enfermedades cardiovasculares, diabetes, cáncer, enfermedades respiratorias crónicas), las cuales representan 14 de las 25 principales causas de mortalidad. Además de las principales causas de mortalidad, existen otras causas de muerte relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco, tales como otros tipos cáncer: esófago, laringe, mama, entre otras. La información se encuentra adjuntada en la B35 (Documento Causas de mortalidad relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco y/o exposición al humo de tabaco) WHO Region of the Americas
Egypt Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
El Salvador Enfermedad isquémica del corazón 524 muertes Enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica 296 muertes Infecciones del tracto respiratorio inferior 258 muertes Cáncer de tráquea, bronquios y de pulmón 155 muertes Otras enfermedades 141 muertes Diabetes mellitus 132 muertes Evento cerebrovascular hemorrágico 44 muertes Evento cerebrovascular isquémico 31 muertes Enfermedad cardíaca hipertensiva 25 muertes Otras enfermedades cardiovasculares y circulatorias 18 muertes No hay datos oficiales de país No hay datos oficiales de país WHO Region of the Americas
Equatorial Guinea HOMBRES 2.3 MUGERES 0.9 HOMBRES 2.3 MUGERES 0.9 HOMBRES 2.3 MUGERES 0.9 WHO African Region
Estonia The data represents mortality related (ICD codes,C00-C14, C15, C25, C30-39, I20-25, I60-69, J40-47) Additional data can be found in National institute for health development database - specific causes, age and gender etc. http://pxweb.tai.ee/PXWeb2015/pxweb/en/01Rahvastik/01Rahvastik__04Surmad/SD21.px/table/tableViewLayout2/?rxid=9ce66649-8ca2-4f97-b372-c00eb82195d8 Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Eswatini Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Ethiopia Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
European Union Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Fiji Answer not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Finland Below are the estimated fractions of all deaths attributable to conditions that were used in calculating the total smoking-attributable deaths: Cancer / Malignant neoplasm (47 % of deaths attributable to cancer/malignant neoplasm) Respiratory Conditions (48 % of deaths attributable to respiratory conditions) Cardiovascular conditions (8 % of deaths attributable to cardiovascular conditions) Below are the estimated fractions of all deaths attributable to conditions that were used in calculating the total smoking-attributable deaths: Cancer / Malignant neoplasm (47 % of deaths attributable to cancer/malignant neoplasm) Respiratory Conditions (48 % of deaths attributable to respiratory conditions) Cardiovascular conditions (8 % of deaths attributable to cardiovascular conditions) Below are the estimated fractions of all deaths attributable to conditions that were used in calculating the total smoking-attributable deaths: Cancer / Malignant neoplasm (47 % of deaths attributable to cancer/malignant neoplasm) Respiratory Conditions (48 % of deaths attributable to respiratory conditions) Cardiovascular conditions (8 % of deaths attributable to cardiovascular conditions) WHO European Region
France En 2015, 75 320 décès ont été estimés attribuables au tabagisme. Ces estimations se répartissaient entre 55 420 décès attribuables chez les hommes et 19 900 décès attribuables chez les femmes, ce qui représentait 19,3% et 6,9% respectivement de l’ensemble des décès. La cause de décès attribuables au tabagisme était un cancer pour 61,7% des personnes (hommes : 36 577, 66% ; femmes : 9 868, 49%), une maladie cardio-vasculaire pour 22,1% (hommes : 11 135, 20% ; femmes : 5 526, 28%) et une pathologie respiratoire pour 16,2% (hommes : 7 675, 14%, femmes : 4 492, 23%). Les évolutions entre 2000 et 2015 montrent une tendance décroissante des nombres de décès attribuables au tabagisme chez les hommes (-11% en 15 ans). À l’inverse, le nombre de décès attribuables chez les femmes a été multiplié par 2,5 sur la même période en passant de 8 027 décès en 2000 à 19 900 décès attribuables au tabagisme en 2015. Entre 2000 et 2015, la proportion de décès attribuables au tabagisme a ainsi augmenté en moyenne de 5,4% par an chez les femmes contre une diminution de 1,1% chez les hommes. L’étude complète et détaillée se trouve dans l’article cité en source. En 2013, nous avons estimé que plus de 73 000 décès étaient imputables au tabagisme, ce qui correspond à environ 13% des décès enregistrés en France métropolitaine la même année. Entre 2000 et 2013, si le nombre de décès attribuables au tabac a légèrement diminué pour les hommes, il a en revanche été multiplié par deux dans la population féminine, passant d’environ 8 000 décès en 2000 (3,1% de tous les décès chez la femme) à plus de 17 000 décès en 2013 (6,3% de tous les décès). La cause des décès était un cancer pour 62,3% des cas (hommes : 36 947 ; femmes : 8 632), une maladie cardiovasculaire pour 22,5% (hommes : 11 349 ; femmes : 5 106) et une maladie respiratoire pour 15,2% (hommes : 7 400 ; femmes : 3 712). Cancer du poumon : 28 000 cancer larynx/ pharynx/ œsophage /bouche : 7400 Autres cancers : 11 000 Maladies cardiovasculaires : 20 000 Maladies respiratoires : 11 000 Tuberculose : 80 WHO European Region
Gabon Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Gambia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Georgia 11,400 Georgian citizens die annually because of tobacco-related diseases, out of which: 9,300 annual deaths due to smoking 2,100 annual deaths due to second hand smoke exposure 11,400 Georgian citizens die annually because of tobacco-related diseases, out of which: 9,300 annual deaths due to smoking 2,100 annual deaths due to second hand smoke exposure 4300 people died in Georgia during 2008 because of active smoking. Among them about 61% because of cardio-vascular diseases, 31% malignant neoplasms and rest from respiratory diseases, digestive diseases and cases of infant death related with smoking during pregnancy. Smoking is related with 10.1% of all deaths in Georgia. Smoking is responsible for 22.4% of deaths among all deaths caused by tobacco related diseases in age group 35 and older. BY different causes of death smoking attributed is 30% of all deaths caused by cancers, 10% of cardiovascular diseases, 9% of respiratory and 7% of digestive diseases. WHO European Region
Germany 121.087 tobacco related deaths (13,5 % of all deaths) Men: 84.782 tobacco related deaths (19,7 % of all deaths) Neoplasms: 51,9 % Cardiovascular diseases: 28,2% Respiratory diseases: 18,8 % Woman: 36.305 tobacco related deaths (7,8 % of all deaths) Neoplasms: 40,5 % Cardiovascular diseases:30,8 % Respiratory diseases: 27,5 % 121.087 tobacco related deaths (13,5 % of all deaths) Men: 84.782 tobacco related deaths (19,7 % of all deaths) Neoplasms: 51,9 % Cardiovascular diseases: 28,2% Respiratory diseases: 18,8 % Woman: 36.305 tobacco related deaths (7,8 % of all deaths) Neoplasms: 40,5 % Cardiovascular diseases:31,8 % Respiratory diseases: 27,6 % 121.087 tobacco related deaths (13,5 % of all deaths) Men: 84.782 tobacco related deaths (19,7 % of all deaths) Neoplasms: 51,9 % Cardiovascular diseases: 29,1 % Respiratory diseases: 18,9 % Woman: 36.305 tobacco related deaths (7,8 % of all deaths) Neoplasms: 40,5 % Cardiovascular diseases:31,8 % Respiratory diseases: 27,6 % WHO European Region
Ghana Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Greece Please see the supplementary information published in the manuscript attached that notes the attributable fraction of all cancers and diseases related to tobacco use Please see the supplementary information published in the manuscript attached that notes the attributable fraction of all cancers and diseases related to tobacco use Please see the supplementary information published in the manuscript attached that notes the attributable fraction of all cancers and diseases related to tobacco use WHO European Region
Grenada NA NA NA WHO Region of the Americas
Guatemala Los datos de Global Burden of Disease (GBD) permiten estimar que el tabaquismo se relaciona con, alrededor de 3.9% de las muertes de hombres y 2.5% de las mujeres. (Según se presenta en la 6a. edición de The Tobacco Atlas). Los datos de Global Burden of Disease (GBD) permiten estimar que el tabaquismo se relaciona con, alrededor de 3.9% de las muertes de hombres y 2.5% de las mujeres. (Según se presenta en la 6a. edición de The Tobacco Atlas). 4.2 % de las defunciones en hombres y 2.8 % de las defunciones en mujeres pueden atribuirse al tabaco. WHO Region of the Americas
Guinea Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Guinea-Bissau Pas des données Pas des données Answer not provided WHO African Region
Guyana Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Honduras Honduras no dispone de datos de mortalidad atribuibles a enfermedades generadas por el tabaquismo, por lo que se imposibilita hacer un anàlisis de tendencias. Sin embargo presentamos algunos datos de interès. Honduras no dispone de datos de mortalidad atribuibles a enfermedades generadas por el tabaquismo, por lo que se imposibilita hacer un anàlisis de tendencias. Sin embargo presentamos algunos datos de interès. Honduras no dispone de datos de mortalidad atribuibles a enfermedades generadas por el tabaquismo, por lo que se imposibilita hacer un anàlisis de tendencias. Sin embargo presentamos algunos datos de interès. WHO Region of the Americas
Hungary Lung cancer - Total numbers 2000 6341 2001 6397 2002 6407 2003 6598 2004 6655 2005 6173 2006 6319 2007 6692 2008 6827 2009 6966 2010 7102 2011 7006 2012 7283 2013 6992 2014 7081 2015 7054 Cardiovascular - Total numbers 2000 6546 2001 6458 2002 6312 2003 6580 2004 6724 2005 7574 2006 7125 2007 6903 2008 6697 2009 6786 2010 6716 2011 6509 2012 6334 2013 6078 2014 5999 2015 5975 Absolute numbers of smoking-attributable deaths, Hungary 2000-2012 Year Total 2000 20864 2001 20421 2002 20425 2003 21047 2004 20765 2005 21235 2006 20991 2007 21597 2008 21154 2009 21303 2010 21435 2011 21394 2012 21746 Absolute numbers of smoking-attributable trachea, lung, bronchus malignant neoplasm (C33-34) death, Hungary y Year Total 2000 6276 2001 6324 2002 6324 2003 6511 2004 6560 2005 6088 2006 6225 2007 6583 2008 6701 2009 6834 2010 6975 2011 6890 2012 7180 Absolute numbers of smoking-attributable heart disease (I00–I09, I20–I25, I26–I51) deaths, Hungary 2000-2012 Year Total 2000 5272 2001 5192 2002 5065 2003 5163 2004 5256 2005 5872 2006 5746 2007 5707 2008 5523 2009 5533 2010 5575 2011 5486 2012 5420 Absolute numbers of smoking-attributable deaths, Hungary 2000-2012 Year Total 2000 20864 2001 20421 2002 20425 2003 21047 2004 20765 2005 21235 2006 20991 2007 21597 2008 21154 2009 21303 2010 21435 2011 21394 2012 21746 Absolute numbers of smoking-attributable trachea, lung, bronchus malignant neoplasm (C33-34) death, Hungary y Year Total 2000 6276 2001 6324 2002 6324 2003 6511 2004 6560 2005 6088 2006 6225 2007 6583 2008 6701 2009 6834 2010 6975 2011 6890 2012 7180 Absolute numbers of smoking-attributable heart disease (I00–I09, I20–I25, I26–I51) deaths, Hungary 2000-2012 Year Total 2000 5272 2001 5192 2002 5065 2003 5163 2004 5256 2005 5872 2006 5746 2007 5707 2008 5523 2009 5533 2010 5575 2011 5486 2012 5420 WHO European Region
Iceland We estimate the number of deaths and disability diagnoses attributed to cigarette smoking in Iceland in 2015 by fitting the percentage of daily smokers to the so-called SAMMEC (Smoking Attributed Mortality, Morbidity and EconomicCost) model Gender breakdown: 102 men and 97 women. Reference is in annex 4 to this report. Gender breakdown: 102 men and 97 women. Reference is in annex 4 to this report. WHO European Region
India 9% of deaths due to non-communicable diseases are attributable to tobacco, with 58% of such deaths due to trachea, bronchus, lung cancers caused due to tobacco use. In addition, 25% of deaths caused by respiratory diseases and 28% of deaths caused by Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) are attributable to tobacco. 9% of deaths due to non-communicable diseases are attributable to tobacco, with 58% of such deaths due to trachea, bronchus, lung cancers caused due to tobacco use. In addition, 25% of deaths caused by respiratory diseases and 28% of deaths caused by Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) are attributable to tobacco. 9% of deaths due to non-communicable diseases are attributable to tobacco, with 58% of such deaths due to trachea, bronchus, lung cancers caused due to tobacco use. In addition, 25% of deaths caused by respiratory diseases and 28% of deaths caused by Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) are attributable to tobacco. WHO South-East Asia Region
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Total deaths attributed to tobacco estimates as 11790 WHO estimated death rates (per 100,000 in age group over 30 years old) and proportion attributable to tobacco, 2004: Communicable diseases= 46 Tuberculosis=5 Lower respiratory infections=16 All malignant neoplasms=165 Trachea, bronchus, lung cancers=13 All other malignant neoplasms=152 All Cardiovascular diseases=643 Ischaemic heart disease=331 Cerebrovascular disease=158 Other cardiovascular diseases=155 Respiratory diseases=61 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease=24 Other respiratory diseases=37 The population of over 30 years old at the time of this survay was 24532000 individuals Total deaths attributed to tobacco estimates as 11790 WHO estimated death rates (per 100,000 in age group over 30 years old) and proportion attributable to tobacco, 2004: Communicable diseases= 46 Tuberculosis=5 Lower respiratory infections=16 All malignant neoplasms=165 Trachea, bronchus, lung cancers=13 All other malignant neoplasms=152 All Cardiovascular diseases=643 Ischaemic heart disease=331 Cerebrovascular disease=158 Other cardiovascular diseases=155 Respiratory diseases=61 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease=24 Other respiratory diseases=37 The population of over 30 years old at the time of this survay was 24532000 individuals Total deaths attributed to tobacco estimates as 11790 WHO estimated death rates (per 100,000 in age group over 30 years old) and proportion attributable to tobacco, 2004: Communicable diseases= 46 Tuberculosis=5 Lower respiratory infections=16 All malignant neoplasms=165 Trachea, bronchus, lung cancers=13 All other malignant neoplasms=152 All Cardiovascular diseases=643 Ischaemic heart disease=331 Cerebrovascular disease=158 Other cardiovascular diseases=155 Respiratory diseases=61 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease=24 Other respiratory diseases=37 The population of over 30 years old at the time of this survay was 24532000 individuals WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Iraq Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Ireland Of the 5.962: 2,867 are caused by cancer, 1,495 by cardiovascular diseases, 1,530 due to respiratory diseases and 70 other. Of the total 3,644 (61%) occur in men and 2,318(39%) occur in women. Of the 5.962: 2,867 are caused by cancer, 1,495 by cardiovascular diseases, 1,530 due to respiratory diseases and 70 other. Of the total 3,644 (61%) occur in men and 2,318(39%) occur in women. Of the 5.962: 2,867 are caused by cancer, 1495 by cardiovascular diseases, 1,530 due to respiratory diseases and 70 other. Of the total 3,644 (61%) occur in men and 2,318(39%) occur in women. WHO European Region
Israel Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Italy The smoking attributable deaths are due to lung cancer (25,987 deaths), other malignant neoplasms (10,121 deaths), cardiovascular diseases (19,615 deaths) and non-neoplastic respiratory diseases (19,612 deaths). The smoking attributable deaths are due to lung cancer (25,987 deaths), other malignant neoplasms (10,121 deaths), cardiovascular diseases (19,615 deaths) and non-neoplastic respiratory diseases (19,612 deaths). The smoking attributable deaths are due to lung cancer (25,987 deaths), other malignant neoplasms (10,121 deaths), cardiovascular diseases (19,615 deaths) and non-neoplastic respiratory diseases (19,612 deaths). WHO European Region
Jamaica Cardiovascular disease 38 per 100,000; all malignant neoplasms 39 per 100,000; trachea, bronchus, lung cancer 22 per 100,000; respiratory disease 67 per 100,000. Total deaths attributable to tobacco use in Jamaica is estimated to be 155 per 100,000 population (We have no new data). Cardiovascular disease 38 per 100,000; all malignant neoplasms 39 per 100,000; trachea, bronchus, lung cancer 22 per 100,000; respiratory disease 67 per 100,000. Total deaths attributable to tobacco use in Jamaica is estimated to be 155 per 100,000 population (We have no new data). Cardiovascular disease 38 per 100,000; all malignant neoplasms 39 per 100,000; trachea, bronchus, lung cancer 22 per 100,000; respiratory disease 67 per 100,000 . Total deaths attributable to tobacco use in Jamaica is estimated to be 155 per 100,000 population. WHO Region of the Americas
Japan Cancer 77.4 thousands deaths Cardiovascular diseases 33.4 thousands deaths Respiratory diseases 18.1 thousands deaths Cancer 77.4 thousands deaths Cardiovascular diseases 33.4 thousands deaths Respiratory diseases 18.1 thousands deaths Camcer 77.4 thousands deaths Cardiovascular diseases 33.4 thousands deaths Respiratory diseases 18.1 thousands deaths WHO Western Pacific Region
Jordan Every year tobacco use kills 9,027 Jordanians. 56% percent of these deaths are considered premature deaths, meaning they occur in individuals under age 70. About 1,600 Jordanians die every year due to the effects of exposure to secondhand smoke. - ischemic heart disease 2,993 deaths - other causes 2,476 deaths - tracheal, bronchus and lung cancers 2,458 deaths - Diabetus mellitus type two 1,815 deaths - Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 1,781 deaths - Ishemic stroke 1,552 deaths - Lower respiratory infections 74 deaths - Alzheimer disease and other dementias 438 deaths - Intracerebral hemorrhage 357 detahs - Leukemia 255 deaths Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kazakhstan Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Kenya Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Kiribati Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Kuwait العدد الإجمالي التقديري للوفيات التي تعزى إلى تعاطي التبغ بين السكان 49 لكل 100000 من الذكور و6 لكل 100000 من السكان من الإناث من الوفيات في دولة الكويت تعزى للتبغ Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kyrgyzstan Report not provided Report not provided Нет данных за 2014-2015 годы WHO European Region
Lao People's Democratic Republic NA NA NA WHO Western Pacific Region
Latvia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Lebanon Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Lesotho Cancer Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Liberia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Libya اورام الرئة بين الذكور هي اعلى سبب للوفاة بين انواع الاورام كما ان امراض القلب والاوعية الدموية هي السبب الاول للوفاة عند الجنسين خلال دراسة اسباب الوفيات عن العامين 2016 - 2017 Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Lithuania According to the "Smoking-Attributable Social and Economic Harm Assessment in Lithuania. Doctoral dissertation, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. Academy of Medicine. 2019" (https://lsmuni.lt/media/dynamic/files/18418/disertacijaliutkute-gumarov.pdf) results: 5 717 smoking attributable morbidity in 2013 (5134 and 583 among men and women respectively). This represents 13,8 % from the total number of deaths in the population of Lithuania. High disparities between men and women persist with 24,9 % of total deaths attributed to smoking among men and only 2,8 % among women. Depending on the cause there were 1 797 linked to cancer, 3 584 linked to cardiovascular diseases, 230 to lung diseases. According to survey "Burden of smoking in Lithuania: attributable mortality and years of potential life lost" (https://academic.oup.com/eurpub/article/27/4/736/3100255) results: In 2013, 13.9% of total mortality or 5771 deaths in Lithuania were attributable to smoking (5181 men and 590 women). The two leading causes of SADs were ischaemic heart disease and lung cancer that accounted for 67.8% of the smoking attributable mortality. In the same year, smoking accounted for 39 279 years of potential life lost (34 663 years for men and 4615 years for women). The mortality rate for smokers is 1.7 times higher than for non-smokers. On average non-smokers live about 7.5 years longer. It is estimated, that 70 years old age is reached by 80 percent of non-smokers and 59 percent of smokers (Danila E. Smoking prevalence, smoking-related mortality, economic burden. Vilnius University Hospital Santariskes Clinic. 2001) Official statistics on mortality due to smoking-related malignant neoplasms (data of the Institute of Hygiene) are available - 1652 deaths (in 2018): https://osp.stat.gov.lt/statistiniu-rodikliu-analize?hash=30b7b697-5b89-417a-ad6d-d0806f8326a5#/ According to the data of the Institute of Hygiene, total number of tobacco use-attributable deaths is approx. 6000 (this number is also corresponds with the mentioned Doctoral dissertation defended in 2019). According to survey "Burden of smoking in Lithuania: attributable mortality and years of potential life lost" (https://academic.oup.com/eurpub/article/27/4/736/3100255) results: In 2013, 13.9% of total mortality or 5771 deaths in Lithuania were attributable to smoking (5181 men and 590 women). The two leading causes of SADs were ischaemic heart disease and lung cancer that accounted for 67.8% of the smoking attributable mortality. In the same year, smoking accounted for 39 279 years of potential life lost (34 663 years for men and 4615 years for women). Mortality due to smoking-related malignant neoplasms (data of the Institute of Hygiene) are available (page 5, table 13): https://osp.stat.gov.lt/documents/10180/4898330/Annex.pdf Accoring to the data of the Institute of Hygiene, total number of tobacco use-attributable deaths is approx. 6000. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Luxembourg Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Madagascar non disponible Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Malaysia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Maldives 27% pf deaths are directly attributable to tobacco use, according to WHO estimates done in 2004 27% pf deaths are directly attributable to tobacco use, according to WHO estimates done in 2004 27% pf deaths are directly attributable to tobacco use, according to WHO estimates done in 2004 WHO South-East Asia Region
Mali Non disponible Non disponible Non disponible WHO African Region
Malta No No Cancer of Trachea/Bronchus/Lung ; Chronic Bronchitis/Emphysema; Ischemic Heart Disease – SDR (ESP) per 100,000 available for 2012 . WHO European Region
Marshall Islands Number of deaths attributable to tobacco was 5 in 2007 (this was 2.0% of total deaths). 4 lung cancer deaths in 2011 and 4 in 2012. Number of deaths attributable to tobacco was 5 in 2007 (this was 2.0% of total deaths). 4 lung cancer deaths in 2011 and 4 in 2012. Number of deaths attributable to tobacco was 5 in 2007 (this was 2.0% of total deaths). 4 lung cancer deaths in 2011 and 4 in 2012. WHO Western Pacific Region
Mauritania Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Mauritius NA NA Answer not provided WHO African Region
Mexico Enfermedades Muertes Enfermedades cardiovasculares 17,241 Enfermedad isquémica cardiaca 13,282 Neoplasias 12,397 Enfermedades respiratorias crónicas 10,484 Enfermedad Pulmonar Obstructiva Crónica 10,329 Cáncer de tráquea, bronquios, pulmón 4,817 Diabetes Mellitus 3,906 Enfermedad cerebrovascular 3,371 Total 51,575 El impacto de la adicción al tabaco en la mortalidad varía según la patología que se considere. El 13% de las muertes cardiovasculares y el 9% de las producidas por Accidentes Cerebrovasculares (ACV) son atribuibles al tabaquismo (fracción atribuible). Estos porcentajes son mucho más elevados en patologías respiratorias como es el caso del EPOC donde el tabaquismo es responsable del 69% de las muertes y en cáncer de pulmón donde su asociación fue del 72%. El tabaco es responsable también del 13% de las neumonías y del 20% de las muertes por otros cánceres. El impacto de la adicción al tabaco en la mortalidad varía según la patología que se considere. El 13% de las muertes cardiovasculares y el 9% de las producidas por Accidentes Cerebrovasculares (ACV) son atribuibles al tabaquismo (fracción atribuible). Estos porcentajes son mucho más elevados en patologías respiratorias como es el caso del EPOC donde el tabaquismo es responsable del 69% de las muertes y en cáncer de pulmón donde su asociación fue del 72%. El tabaco es responsable también del 13% de las neumonías y del 20% de las muertes por otros cánceres. WHO Region of the Americas
Micronesia (Federated States of) the number above is taken from the FSM HIS 2018 NCD Morbidity Report. The number provided is the NCD deaths The number provided is the NCD deaths WHO Western Pacific Region
Mongolia Morbidity: 1149.5 per 10000 for cardiovascular diseases and 1712.4 per 10000 for respiratory diseases in 2018. Mortality: 18.8 per 10000 for cardiovascular diseases and 13.64 per 10000 for cancer in 2018 Morbidity: 1007,6 per 10000 for cardiovascular diseases and 1647.4 per 10000 for respiratory diseases in 2016. Mortality: 17.5 per 10000 for cardiovascular diseases and 13,4 per 10000 for cancer in 2016 Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Montenegro The leading causes of morbidity and mortality of the population in Montenegro are heart diseases and malignant disease, but there are still no studies confirming the impact of smoking on trends in mortality and morbidity. One of the main causes of death is Ca of lungs, which is (according to the history of patients with Ca lungs) associated with smoking in 80% of cases. The leading causes of morbidity and mortality of the population in Montenegro are heart diseases and malignant disease, but there are still no studies confirming the impact of smoking on trends in mortality and morbidity. One of the main causes of death is Ca of lungs, which is (according to the history of patients with Ca lungs) associated with smoking in 80% of cases. The leading causes of morbidity and mortality of the population in Montenegro are heart diseases and malignant disease, but there are still no studies confirming the impact of smoking on trends in mortality and morbidity. WHO European Region
Myanmar Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease - 14,401 No Tracheal, bronchus, and lung cancer - 10,417 No Hemorrhagic stroke - 7,538 No Ischemic heart disease - 7,280 No Ischemic stroke - 3,642 No Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Namibia Answer not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Nauru Answer not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Nepal Cancers – 8% CVD – 53% CRD – 21% CMNND – 12% Other – 6% All Cancers – 11% CVD – 25% Respiratory Diseases – 5% Diabetes – 2% Other NCDs – 8% Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Netherlands 19244 is 13,1% of all deaths (20 years and olders) Lung cancer: 8692 (83%) / COPD 5371 (77%) / CHZ 1319 (15%) / Esophageal cancer 939 (52%) / strokes 722 (9%) / heart failure 630 (7%) / pancreatic cancer 421 (16%) / bladder cancer 330 (28%) / oral cavity cancer 195 (58%) / kidney cancer 171 (17%) / larynx cancer 170 (84%) / gastric cancer 123 (10%) / diabetes 160 (6%) 19244 is 13,1% of all deaths (20 years and olders) Lung cancer: 8692 (83%) / COPD 5371 (77%) / CHZ 1319 (15%) / Esophageal cancer 939 (52%) / strokes 722 (9%) / heart failure 630 (7%) / pancreatic cancer 421 (16%) / bladder cancer 330 (28%) / oral cavity cancer 195 (58%) / kidney cancer 171 (17%) / larynx cancer 170 (84%) / gastric cancer 123 (10%) / diabetes 160 (6%) Lung cancer: 9000 deaths Heart and vascular diseases: 3000 deaths WHO European Region
New Zealand Estimated number of deaths in 2017 – tobacco use All Cardiovascular diseases 1220 (1110-1330) Ischemic heart disease 850 (770-940) Stroke 210 (180-250) All cancers: 1980 (1800-2150) Lung cancer 1100 (1010-1190) This is the average number of tobacco-related deaths in 2010. The breakdown is as follows: Vascular (1737 deaths), respiratory (1285), all cancer (1872; of which lung cancer attributed 1347 deaths), all other (521) This is the average number of tobacco - related deaths / year 2005-2009. The breakdown 2005-2009 is as follows: CVD (938 deaths), COPD (1126 deaths) Lung cancer (1264 deaths), Upper aerodigestive cancer (176 deaths) Other cancer (351) Other medical (540) WHO Western Pacific Region
Nicaragua Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Niger Answer not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Nigeria Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Niue Answer not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Norway Of the 6262 Deaths attributable to tobacco, 272 were attributable to secondhand smoking. Of the 6262 Deaths attributable to tobacco, 272 were attributable to secondhand smoking. Of the 6232 Deaths attributable to tobacco, 96 was attributable to passiv smoking. WHO European Region
Oman معدل حدوث سرطان الرئة بين الذكور : 7.6 / 100.000 معدل حدوث سرطان الرئة بين الأناث : 2.2 /100.000 معدل حدوث سرطان الرئة بين الذكور : 8.0 / 100.000 معدل حدوث سرطان الرئة بين الأناث : 2.4 /100.000 معدل حدوث سرطان الرئة بين الذكور : 4.8/ 100.000 معدل حدوث سرطان الرئة بين الأناث : 3.2 /100.000 WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Pakistan Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Palau Palau Cancer Datasheet 2007-2015 : 56% of Palau’s adult cancers are tobacco-related. Please refer to the attached Datasheet for details Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Panama Desde el 2000 el Ministerio de Salud de Panamá viene levantando una serie de mortalidad para la aplicación de la fracción atribuible estándar tomada como referencia documental de investigaciones consolidadas en el Informe del -Cirujano General ya que Panamá no cuenta con una estimación nacional que permita manejar una cifra estimada de fracción atribuible para el país. En este marco se han analizado hasta el 2018, la mortalidad por cáncer (incluida todas los sitos anatómicos, además de las patologías listadas a continuación: Enfermedad hipertensiva, Enfermedad cerebro vascular, Enfermedades isquémicas del corazón, Enfermedades Crónicas del Sistema Respiratorio, Ulcera gástrica y duodenal, Diabetes y Aterosclerosis. Detalles de los hallazgos encontrados en el archivo de power point: Mortalidad asociada al consumo y exposición al humo de tabaco, Panamá, 2000-2018 - https://panamalibredetabaco.com/morbilidad-y-mortalidad-asociada-a-tabaco1 Años 2000 a 2018. Estadísticas Vitales. Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censo. Contraloría General de la República. Estimaciones Dirección Nacional de Planificación de Salud. Ministerio de Salud. 2020 Revisar información contenida en los siguientes documentos: Politis M, Higuera G, Chang LR, Gomez B, Bares J, Motta J. Trend Analysis of Cancer Mortality and Incidence in Panama, Using Joinpoint Regression Analysis. *Medicine. *2015;94(24):e970. Link del sitio del articulo: http://journals.lww.com/md-journal/Abstract/2015/06030/Trend_Analysis_of_Cancer_Mortality_and_Incidence.20.aspx JOINPOINT http://www.gorgas.gob.pa/SIGCANCER/documentos/JOINPOINT.pdf Adicionalmente, se toma como referencia la información de mortalidad trabajada por el Institute Health Metrics and Evaluation. GBD - Datos se adjuntan en PDF con información específica de mortalidad asociada al tabaco para Panamá hasta el año 2016. http://www.healthdata.org/data-visualization/gbd-compare - http://www.gorgas.gob.pa/SIGCANCER/documentos/ Desde el 2000 el Ministerio de Salud de Panamá viene levantando una serie de mortalidad para la aplicación de la fracción atribuible estándar tomada como referencia documental de investigaciones consolidadas en el Informe del Cirujano General ya que Panamá no cuenta con una estimación nacional que permita manejar una cifra estimada de fracción atribuible para el país. En este marco se han analizado hasta el 2015, la mortalidad por cáncer (incluida todas los sitos anatómicos, además de las patologías listadas a continuación: Enfermedad hipertensiva, Enfermedad cerebro vascular, Enfermedades isquémicas del corazón, Enfermedades Crónicas del Sistema Respiratorio, Ulcera gástrica y duodenal, Diabetes y Aterosclerosis Detalles de los hallazgos encontrados en el archivo de power point: Mortalidad Asociada a Tabaco 2000 – 2015. Se adjunta a este informe. Años 2000 a 2015. Estadísticas Vitales. Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censo. Contraloría General de la República. Estimaciones Dirección Nacional de Planificación de Salud. Ministerio de Salud. 2016 Revisar información contenida en los siguientes documentos: Politis M, Higuera G, Chang LR, Gomez B, Bares J, Motta J. Trend Analysis of Cancer Mortality and Incidence in Panama, Using Joinpoint Regression Analysis. *Medicine. *2015;94(24):e970. Link del sitio del articulo: http://journals.lww.com/md-journal/Abstract/2015/06030/Trend_Analysis_of_Cancer_Mortality_and_Incidence.20.aspx JOINPOINT http://www.gorgas.gob.pa/SIGCANCER/documentos/JOINPOINT.pdf Adicionalmente, se toma como referencia la información de mortalidad trabajada por el Institute Health Metrics and Evaluation. GBD - Datos se adjuntan en PDF con información específica de mortalidad asociada al tabaco para Panamá hasta el año 2016. http://www.healthdata.org/data-visualization/gbd-compare - http://www.gorgas.gob.pa/SIGCANCER/documentos/ Desde el 2000 el Ministerio de Salud de Panamá viene levantando una serie de mortalidad para la aplicación de la fracción atribuible estándar tomada como referencia documental de investigaciones consolidadas en el Informe del Cirujano General ya que Panamá no cuenta con una estimación nacional que permita manejar una cifra estimada de fracción atribuible para el país. En este marco se han analizado hasta el 2014, la mortalidad por cáncer (incluida todas los sitos anatómicos, además de las patologías listadas a continuación: Enfermedad hipertensiva, Enfermedad cerebro vascular, Enfermedades isquémicas del corazón, Enfermedades Crónicas del Sistema Respiratorio, Ulcera gástrica y duodenal, Diabetes y Aterosclerosis Detalles de los hallazgos encontrados en el archivo de power point: Mortalidad Asociada a Tabaco 2000 – 2014. Se adjunta a este informe. Años 2000 a 2014. Estadísticas Vitales. Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censo. Contraloría General de la República. Estimaciones Dirección Nacional de Planificación de Salud. Ministerio de Salud. 2015 Revisar información contenida en los siguientes documentos: Politis M, Higuera G, Chang LR, Gomez B, Bares J, Motta J. Trend Analysis of Cancer Mortality and Incidence in Panama, Using Joinpoint Regression Analysis. *Medicine. *2015;94(24):e970. Link del sitio del articulo: http://journals.lww.com/md-journal/Abstract/2015/06030/Trend_Analysis_of_Cancer_Mortality_and_Incidence.20.aspx JOINPOINT http://www.gorgas.gob.pa/SIGCANCER/documentos/JOINPOINT.pdf WHO Region of the Americas
Papua New Guinea no data. no data. no data. WHO Western Pacific Region
Paraguay Estos datos incluyen todas las muertes atribuibles al consumo de tabaco: EPOC 907, Enfermedades cardiacas 693, ACV 270, cancer de pulmon 607 y otros canceres 484, tabaquismo pasivo 386 y neumonia 8. Estos datos incluyen todas las muertes atribuibles al consumo de tabaco: EPOC, Enfermedades cardiacas, ACV, cancer de pulomon y otros canceres, tabaquismo pasivo y neumonia. Los casos de cáncer de pulmón y de laringe constituyen casi la mitad de las muertes atribuibles al consumo de tabaco. WHO Region of the Americas
Peru Patologías asociadas al tabaquismo Muertes totales Muertes atribuibles(% del total de eventos atribuibles) Infarto del miocardio 6150 1214 (7,3) Síndrome coronario agudo No IAM 673 112 (0,7) Muerte cardiovascular de causa no isquémica 4956 695 (4,2) Accidente cerebrovascular 6792 1122 (6,7) Cáncer de pulmón 2791 2277 (13,6) Neumonía 14934 2742 (16,4) Enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica 2074 3936 (23,5) Tipos de cáncer Cáncer de boca y faringe 306 193 (1,2) Cáncer de esófago 404 274 (1,6) Cáncer de estomago 5535 1161 (6,9) Cáncer de páncreas 1255 299 (1,8) Cáncer de riñón 570 167 (1,0) Cáncer de laringe 214 172 (1,0) Leucemia 827 136 (0,8) Cáncer de vejiga 357 148 (0,9) Cáncer de cuello de útero 1539 149 (0,9) Tabaquismo pasivo y otras causas 1923 1923 (11,5) Total por patologías asociadas al tabaquismo 54301 16719 (12%) Patologías asociadas al tabaquismo Muertes totales Muertes atribuibles(% del total de eventos atribuibles) Infarto del miocardio 6150 1214 (7,3) Síndrome coronario agudo No IAM 673 112 (0,7) Muerte cardiovascular de causa no isquémica 4956 695 (4,2) Accidente cerebrovascular 6792 1122 (6,7) Cáncer de pulmón 2791 2277 (13,6) Neumonía 14934 2742 (16,4) Enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica 2074 3936 (23,5) Tipos de cáncer Cáncer de boca y faringe 306 193 (1,2) Cáncer de esófago 404 274 (1,6) Cáncer de estomago 5535 1161 (6,9) Cáncer de páncreas 1255 299 (1,8) Cáncer de riñón 570 167 (1,0) Cáncer de laringe 214 172 (1,0) Leucemia 827 136 (0,8) Cáncer de vejiga 357 148 (0,9) Cáncer de cuello de útero 1539 149 (0,9) Tabaquismo pasivo y otras causas 1923 1923 (11,5) Total por patologías asociadas al tabaquismo 54301 16719 (12%) Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Philippines Ischaemic heart disease (Male: 50503, Female: 33617, Total: 84120) Cerebrovascular disease (Male: 33610, Female: 26164, Total: 59774) Pneumonia (Male: 28375, Female: 28835, Total: 57210) Hypertensive diseases (Male: 14061, Female: 12410, Total: 26471) Chronic lower respiratory infection (Male: 17633, Female: 7185, Total: 24818) Respiratory tuberculosis (Male: 15, 689, Female: 6834, Total: 22, 523) Lung Cancer (Male: 6062, Female: 2868, Total: 8930) Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Poland No changes from the last report. Lung cancer: 11,400 premature and 19,600 all smoking-attributable deaths; all cancers: 17,000 premature and 28,800 all deaths; cardiovascular diseases: 12,200 premature and 21,800 all deaths; respiratory diseases: 2,200 premature and 6,700 all deaths; other diseases: 6,800 premature and 9,700 all deaths. Lung cancer: 11,400 premature and 19,600 all smoking-attributable deaths; all cancers: 17,000 premature and 28,800 all deaths; cardiovascular diseases: 12,200 premature and 21,800 all deaths; respiratory diseases: 2,200 premature and 6,700 all deaths; other diseases: 6,800 premature and 9,700 all deaths. WHO European Region
Portugal Estimates 5 790 deaths by neoplasms (19,6% of total deaths by neoplasms) 3 225deaths by cerebro and cardiovascular diseases (8,7% of total deaths by cerebro and cardiovascular diseases) 1 855 deaths by chronic respiratory diseases (28,1% of total deaths by chronic respiratory diseases) 1 054 deaths by lower respiratory infections (14,7% of total deaths by lower respiratory infections) 334 deaths by diabetes (9,8% of total deaths by diabetes) Estimates 5545 deaths by neoplasms (19,5% of total deaths by neoplasms) 3109 deaths by chronic respiratory diseases (46,4% of total deaths by chronic respiratory diseases) 2165 deaths by cerebro and cardiovascular diseases (5,7% of total deaths by cerebro and cardiovascular diseases) 805 deaths by lower respiratory infections (12,0% of total deaths by lower respiratory infections) 227 deaths by diabetes (2,4% of total deaths by diabetes) 5460 deaths by neoplasms (21% of total deaths by neoplasms) 3835 deaths by respiratory diseases (30% of total deaths by respiratory diseases) 2520 deaths by cerebro and cardiovascular diseases (8% of total deaths by cerebro and cardiovascular diseases) WHO European Region
Qatar Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Republic of Korea *B32 - Tobacco related mortality in 2017 was 61,723(male 52,412; female 9,311). *B33 - To break the smoking attributable mortality into per disease, it is in the order of lung cancer, ischemic heart disease(IHD), stroke, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease(COPD). - In the case of lung cancer, there was a linear association between smoking and lung cancer with increasing smoking. When smoking 30 cigarettes a day, the risk of death jumped to 8.9 times higher than that of non-smoker. *B32 - Tobacco related mortality in 2012 was 58,155(male 49,704; female 8,451). *B33 -Male: 41.1% of all cancer deaths, 73% of lung cancer deaths, 72.5 % of laryngeal cancer deaths were attributed to tobacco use. -Female: 5.1% of all cancer deaths, 19.8% of lung cancer deaths, 34.2% of laryngeal cancer deaths were attributed to tobacco use. -If 30-year-old man lives until 90 years old, the life expectancy of Non-smoker is 54.05 years; former smoker is 52.23 years; and current smoker is 47.61 years. *B32 - Tobacco related mortality in 2012 was 58,155(male 49,704; female 8,451). *B33 -Male: 41.1% of all cancer deaths, 73% of lung cancer deaths, 72.5 % of laryngeal cancer deaths were attributed to tobacco use. -Female: 5.1% of all cancer deaths, 19.8% of lung cancer deaths, 34.2% of laryngeal cancer deaths were attributed to tobacco use. -If 30-year-old man lives until 90 years old, the life expectancy of Non-smoker is 54.05 years; former smoker is 52.23 years; and current smoker is 47.61 years. WHO Western Pacific Region
Republic of Moldova In the Republic of Moldova, tobacco is the second risk factor that contributes to the total burden of diseases in men and the seventh in women. According to Health for All Database updated by WHO Europe at 31 January 2018, SDR for selected smoking-related causes, per 100 000 was 613 cases in 2015 In the Republic of Moldova, tobacco is the second risk factor that contributes to the total burden of diseases in men and the seventh in women. According to Health for All Database for 2015 published by WHO Europe, SDR for selected smoking-related causes, per 100 000 was 640 cases in 2015 In the Republic of Moldova, tobacco is the second risk factor that contributes to the total burden of diseases in men and the seventh in women. According to Health for All Database for 2015 published by WHO Europe, SDR for selected smoking-related causes, per 100 000 was 640 cases in 2015 WHO European Region
Romania Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Russian Federation Answer not provided Report not provided According to our estimates, in 2012 in Russia smoking caused about 265,000 deaths among men and 45,000 deaths among women, or 310,000 in total. In earlier research (Maslennikova and Oganov 2011), similar losses in 2009 were estimated as about 280,000 in total. Diseases caused by smoking are responsible for 24 percent of all male mortality and 5 percent of all female mortality. In middle age (from 30 to 59 years), the input of smoking in overall mortality is quite impressive: 31 percent for men and 16 percent for women. In Russia cardiovascular diseases were the cause of more than 58 percent of all tobacco-related mortality. In the earlier research on Russian data (Maslennikova and Oganov 2011), this indicator was estimated in 2009 as 63 percent. WHO European Region
Rwanda Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Saint Kitts and Nevis Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Saint Lucia While there is no information pertaining solely to tobacco mortality tobacco use and exposure is identified as one on the leading risk factors for mortality relating to NCDs, an estimated 81% of mortality was due to NCDs. The leading causes of death are Cancers, heart disease, stroke, diabetes mellitus and hypertension were ranked as the top five causes of death in that order, accounting for 70% combined of the number of deaths due to NCDs.. While there is no information pertaining solely to tobacco mortality tobacco is identified as one on the leading risk factors for mortality relating to NCDs, an estimated 81% of mortality was due to NCDs. The leading causes of death are Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Diabetes. Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Samoa Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
San Marino Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Sao Tome and Principe Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Saudi Arabia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Senegal la majorité de la population âgée de 15 ans et plus estime que le tabagisme peut provoquer : - une maladie grave 93,9%; - e cancer du poumon 92,7%; - le cancer de l’estomac;75,1%; ou une crise cardiaque 71,3%. la majorité de la population âgée de 15 ans et plus estime que le tabagisme peut provoquer : - une maladie grave 93,9%; - e cancer du poumon 92,7%; - le cancer de l’estomac;75,1%; ou une crise cardiaque 71,3%. Answer not provided WHO African Region
Serbia The number of smoking attributable mortality for adult population older than 35 in Serbia in 2016 presents the results from the ongoing study on economic and social impact of tobacco use in Serbia, supported by the WHO Office for Europe and performed by the Institute of Public Health of Serbia. (Kilibarda, S. Mitov Scekic, L. Stankovic, J. Vitrai, A. Bojovic, Z. Pusztai, K. Mauer-Stender. Smoking-attributable number of deaths in Serbia. Abstract book ECTOH 2019. https://www.ectoh.org/files/content/Program/ECToH-2020_Abstract-Book_final_1.pdf) The number of smoking attributable mortality for adult population older than 35 in Serbia for 2016 presents the unpublished data from ongoing Study on economic and social impact of tobacco use in Serbia, supported by the WHO Office for Europe and performed by the Institute of Public Health of Serbia. Unpublished data for total population in Serbia for 2014 revealed that SMR adjusted for world population for cardiovascular diseases was 251.4 and for lung cancer in men 55.6 and in women 18.0. WHO European Region
Seychelles Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Sierra Leone Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Singapore Lung cancer =766, Cardiovascular disease=698, COPD=184, Others remaining deaths attributable to tobacco use=947 Lung cancer = 909, Cardiovascular diseases (i.e. IHD, Stroke) = 489, COPD = 239, Others = 412 Lung cancer = 909, Cardiovascular diseases (i.e. IHD, Stroke) = 489, COPD = 239, Others = 412 WHO Western Pacific Region
Slovakia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Slovenia Report not provided Locally we did not till now assess tobacco-related mortality, we use data published by WHO for Slovenia in their report WHO global report: mortality attributable to tobacco. Geneva: WHO, 2012. Locally we did not till now assess tobacco-related mortality, we use data published by WHO for Slovenia in their report WHO global report: mortality attributable to tobacco. Geneva: WHO, 2012. WHO European Region
Solomon Islands Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
South Africa Smoking accounted for 5% of 284 949 total deaths. The diseases attributable to smoking are largely TB, COPD, lung cancer, stroke, other respiratory diseases, ischaemic heart disease, Upper Aero Digestive Cancer, other cancers. Smoking accounted for 5% of 284 949 total deaths. The diseases attributable to smoking are largely TB, COPD, lung cancer, stroke, other respiratory diseases, ischaemic heart disease, Upper Aero Digestive Cancer, other cancers. Smoking accounting for between 3.0 and 3.4% of Disability Adjusted Life Years Lost (DALYs). The diseases attributable to smoking are largely cancer, chronic respiratory conditions, cardio and circulatory diseases. The aggregate of all known causes of death, the smoking-attributed fractions were 27% (5608/20 767) in the coloured male, 14% (3913/28 951) in the white male, 8% (20 398/264 011) in the African male, 17% (2728/15 593) in the coloured female, 12% (2084/17 899) in the white female, and 2% (4038/205 623 in the African female population WHO African Region
Spain A efectos de comparación con el periodo anterior, se han considerado MUERTES ATRIBUIBLES AL CONSUMO DE TABACO las defunciones por CÁNCER PULMÓN (ya que el 90% se deben al tabaquismo), obtenidas del informe de Patrones de mortalidad en España, 2016. Muertes atribuibles al tabaco (cáncer de pulmón): en 2016 se produjeron 22.187 defunciones por cáncer de pulmón, lo que supone 562 defunciones más que en 2015 y 917 más que en 2014 (17.624 en hombres y 4.563 en mujeres). La tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad por cáncer de pulmón en 2016 fue de 31,9 muertes por 100.000 habitantes (54,8 en hombres y 12,9 en mujeres). Entre 2001 y 2016 la tasa mortalidad ajustadas por edad por esta causa de muerte atribuible al tabaquismo ha descendido 21,5% en hombres, mientras que ha aumentado 86,9% en mujeres. Este incremento en la mortalidad por cáncer de pulmón que se viene observando en mujeres es un reflejo de su incorporación tardía al consumo de tabaco, mientras que en hombres el descenso en el consumo de tabaco, observado desde hace tiempo, se ha traducido en un descenso en la mortalidad por cáncer de pulmón. Como consecuencia de esta diferente tendencia, la tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad pasó de ser 10 veces más alta en hombres que en mujeres en 2001 a 4,2 veces más alta en 2016. El número total de defunciones por todas las causas de muerte que han mostrado relación con el tabaquismo es un indicador utilizado por la OMS para monitorizar las muertes relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco (4). En el apéndice sobre fuentes de datos y notas explicativas aparecen las causas de muerte incluidas en este indicador. De acuerdo a este indicador, en 2016 se produjeron en España 102.025 defunciones relacionadas con el tabaquismo y la tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad por estas causas de muerte experimentó una reducción del 38,6% hombres y del 40,8% en mujeres entre 2001 y 2016. Sin embargo, este indicador sobrestima la importancia de este factor de riesgo en la mortalidad y dificulta la identificación de la tendencia de aquellas causas de muerte más fuertemente relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco. En el caso de las muertes relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco la OMS combina la mortalidad de diferentes causas de muerte, las cuales se sabe por la literatura científica que están relacionadas con el tabaquismo. Concretamente, incluye los siguiente códigos de la 10ª revisión de la CIE: C00-C14, cáncer de labio, cavidad bucal y faringe; C32, cáncer de laringe; C33-C34, cáncer de tráquea, bronquios y pulmón; C15, cáncer de esófago; I20-I25, enfermedad isquémica del corazón; I60-I69, enfermedades cerebrovasculares y J40-J47, enfermedades crónicas de las vías respiratorias inferiores. A efectos de comparación con el periodo anterior, se han considerado MUERTES ATRIBUIBLES AL CONSUMO DE TABACO las defunciones por CÁNCER PULMÓN (ya que el 90% se deben al tabaquismo), obtenidas del informe de Patrones de mortalidad en España, 2014. Por otro lado, se ha publicado el estudio “Impacto del consumo de tabaco sobre la mortalidad en España en el año 2012”, que incluye muertes por otras enfermedades atribuibles al tabaquismo y se comenta más adelante. Muertes atribuibles al tabaco (cáncer de pulmón): 21.270 muertes por cáncer de pulmón (17.212 en hombres y 4.058 en mujeres). La tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad por cáncer de pulmón en 2014 fue de 31,8 muertes por 100.000 habitantes (55,8 en hombres y 11,8 en mujeres). En 2014 se produjeron 419 muertes por cáncer de pulmón menos que en 2013 y 241 menos que en 2012. La evolución de las tasas de mortalidad ajustadas por edad muestra una diferente tendencia en hombres y mujeres. Entre 2001 y 2014, la tasa mortalidad ajustadas por edad por esta causa de muerte atribuible al tabaquismo ha descendido 19,9% en hombres, mientras que ha aumentado 71,0% en mujeres. Como consecuencia de esta diferente tendencia, la tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad pasó de ser 10 veces más alta en hombres que en mujeres en 2001 a 4,7 veces más alta en 2014. Por otro lado, considerar sólo las muertes por cáncer de pulmón podría infravalorar la mortalidad atribuible al consumo de tabaco. El estudio “Impacto del consumo de tabaco sobre la mortalidad en España en el año 2012” calcula la MORTALIDAD ATRIBUIBLE AL CONSUMO DE TABACO a partir de una metodología análoga a la de otros estudios: utilizando la estimación de la prevalencia de tabaquismo, la mortalidad en la población de 35 y más años, y los riesgos relativos de muerte para cada enfermedad relacionada (neoplasias, enfermedades cardiovasculares y enfermedades respiratorias), según sexo, obtenidos por Thun et al. (JAMA. 2000;284: 706–12), basados en el estudio Cancer Prevention Study II. Según esta investigación, el tabaquismo provocó 60.456 muertes en 2012 (45.669 muertes en hombres y 14.787 en mujeres) . El 15,23% de las muertes ocurridas en España en 2012 son atribuibles al consumo de tabaco. El cáncer de tráquea-bronquios-pulmón en varones y otras cardiopatías en mujeres fueron las que más contribuyeron a dicha mortalidad. Los años potenciales de vida perdidos fueron 184.426, y la media de años potenciales de vida perdidos fue de 3,25 años en varones y de 2,42 en mujeres. Si consideramos todas las MUERTES RELACIONADAS CON EL TABACO: el informe Patrones de mortalidad en España incluye los siguiente códigos de la 10ª revisión de la CIE: C00-C14, cáncer de labio, cavidad bucal y faringe; C32, cáncer de laringe; C33-C34, cáncer de tráquea, bronquios y pulmón; C15, cáncer de esófago; I20-I25, enfermedad isquémica del corazón; I60-I69, enfermedades cerebrovasculares y J40-J47, enfermedades crónicas de las vías respiratorias inferiores.. Muertes relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco en 2014: 102.443 defunciones (63.859 en hombres y 38.584 en mujeres). La tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad por muertes relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco en 2014 fue de 119,5 muertes por 100.000 habitantes (186,4 en hombres y 65,9 en mujeres). La tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad por estas causas de muerte experimentó una reducción del 36,0% hombres y del 38,7% en mujeres entre 2001 y 2014. Sin embargo, este indicador sobrestima la importancia de este factor de riesgo en la mortalidad y dificulta la identificación de la tendencia de aquellas causas de muerte más fuertemente relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco. A efectos de comparación con el periodo anterior, se han considerado MUERTES ATRIBUIBLES AL CONSUMO DE TABACO las defunciones por CÁNCER PULMÓN (ya que el 90% se deben al tabaquismo), obtenidas del informe de Patrones de mortalidad en España, 2012. Por otro lado, se ha publicado el estudio “Impacto del consumo de tabaco sobre la mortalidad en España en el año 2012”, que incluye muertes por otras enfermedades atribuibles al tabaquismo y se comenta más adelante. Muertes atribuibles al tabaco (cáncer de pulmón): 21.511 muertes por cáncer de pulmón (17.683 en hombres y 3.828 en mujeres). La tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad por cáncer de pulmón en 2012 fue de 33,6 muertes por 100.000 habitantes (60,4 en hombres y 11,6 en mujeres). En 2012 se produjeron 414 muertes por cáncer de pulmón más que en 2011 y 756 más que en 2010. La evolución de las tasas de mortalidad ajustadas por edad muestra una diferente tendencia en hombres y mujeres. Entre 2001 y 2012 la tasa mortalidad ajustada por edad por esta causa de muerte atribuible al tabaquismo ha descendido 13,2% en hombres, mientras que ha aumentado 68,1% en mujeres. Como consecuencia de esta diferente tendencia, la tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad pasó de ser 10 veces más alta en hombres que en mujeres en 2001 a 5,2 veces más alta en 2012. Por otro lado, considerar sólo las muertes por cáncer de pulmón podría infravalorar la mortalidad atribuible al consumo de tabaco. El estudio “Impacto del consumo de tabaco sobre la mortalidad en España en el año 2012” calcula la MORTALIDAD ATRIBUIBLE AL CONSUMO DE TABACO a partir de una metodología análoga a la de otros estudios: utilizando la estimación de la prevalencia de tabaquismo, la mortalidad en la población de 35 y más años, y los riesgos relativos de muerte para cada enfermedad relacionada (neoplasias, enfermedades cardiovasculares y enfermedades respiratorias), según sexo, obtenidos por Thun et al. (JAMA. 2000;284: 706–12), basados en el estudio Cancer Prevention Study II. Según esta investigación, el tabaquismo provocó 60.456 muertes en 2012 (45.669 muertes en hombres y 14.787 en mujeres) . El 15,23% de las muertes ocurridas en España en 2012 son atribuibles al consumo de tabaco. El cáncer de tráquea-bronquios-pulmón en varones y otras cardiopatías en mujeres fueron las que más contribuyeron a dicha mortalidad. Los años potenciales de vida perdidos fueron 184.426, y la media de años potenciales de vida perdidos fue de 3,25 años en varones y de 2,42 en mujeres. Si consideramos todas las MUERTES RELACIONADAS CON EL TABACO: el informe Patrones de mortalidad en España incluye los siguientes códigos de la 10ª revisión de la Clasificación Internacional de Enfermedades: C00-C14, cáncer de labio, cavidad bucal y faringe; C32, cáncer de laringe; C33C34, cáncer de tráquea, bronquios y pulmón; C15, cáncer de esófago; I20-I25, enfermedad isquémica del corazón; I60I69, enfermedades cerebrovasculares y J40J47, enfermedades crónicas de las vías respiratorias inferiores. Muertes relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco en 2012: 108.289 defunciones (67.320 en hombres y 40.969 en mujeres). La tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad por muertes relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco en 2012 fue de 132,3 muertes por 100.000 habitantes (207,3 en hombres y 73,1 en mujeres). La tasa de mortalidad ajustada por edad por estas causas de muerte experimentó una reducción del 28,2% hombres y del 31,5% en mujeres entre 2001 y 2012. Sin embargo, este indicador sobrestima la importancia de este factor de riesgo en la mortalidad y dificulta la identificación de la tendencia de aquellas causas de muerte más fuertemente relacionadas con el consumo de tabaco. WHO European Region
Sri Lanka Please refer the attached link Please refer the attached link Answer not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Sudan 43.3% من متطي التبغ اصيبو بسرطانات الفم، لا توجد معلومات عن الامراض الاخري وتوقع إرتفاع عدد الوفيات من (6 إلى 8) ملايين شخص سنوياً بحلول العام 2030. التبغ يسبب (30%) من السرطانات التي تصيب الإنسان، وهو مسئول عن (22%) من وفيات السرطانات. وذكر أن تعاطي التبغ يسبب (90%) من سرطان الحنجرة و(87%) من سرطان الرئة و(14-28%) سرطان المعدة، وقال في التنوير الصحفي لمبادرة يوم واحد بلا تدخين التي تنظمها منظمة أطباء عبر القارات بالتعاون مع عيادات الدكتور أحمد عبد الله للإقلاع عن التدخين أمس أنه يسبب (30%) من الإصابة بمرض السكري النوع الثاني وتصلب الأوردة والشرايين و(40%) من العجز الجنسي والعقم وإنقطاع الدورة في وقت مبكر لدي السيدات. Report not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Suriname Answer not provided We do have mortality of e.g. lung cancer, cardiovascular diseases, oral cancer. But this data is not attributable to tobacco use. The death rate due to tobacco in men was (159 per 100,000 men aged 30 years and over) compared with women (51 per 100,000 women aged 30 years and over). The proportion of deaths attributable to tobacco was almost 9% for men and 4% for women. Within the non-communicable disease group, ischaemic heart disease accounted for 200 deaths per 100,000 population aged 30 years and over, with 11% of these deaths attributed to tobacco. In contrast, cancer of the trachea, bronchus and lung accounted for 22 deaths per 100,000 population but with 68% of these deaths attributed to tobacco. Among those who died prematurely, almost one in every 12 deaths among those aged 30-44 and one in 10 among those aged 45-59 years were attributable to tobacco use. Of those who died in the 45-59 year age bracket, tobacco use accounted for 9.4% of those whose death was due to a lower respiratory infection, 20.8% of deaths due to the category of all cardiovascular diseases combined, and 60.1% of those who had died from cancer of the trachea, bronchus and lung. Witin the communicable disease group , deaths attributed to tobacco accounted for 9% of all lower respiratory infection deaths and 7% of all tuberculosis deaths WHO Region of the Americas
Sweden Please note that the following numbers are for smoking related death only. Incidence of smoking related death per year 2010-2012: 11 881 Cancer: 5 250 cases Diseases of the lung: 2 855 cases Cardiovascular disease: 3 513 cases Adverse pregnancy outcomes: 3 cases Other: 260 cases Please note that the following numbers are for smoking related death only. Incidence of smoking related death per year 2010-2012: 11 881 Cancer: 5 250 cases Diseases of the lung: 2 855 cases Cardiovascular disease: 3 513 cases Adverse pregnancy outcomes: 3 cases Other: 260 cases Please note that the following numbers are for smoking related death only. Incidence of smoking related death per year 2010-2012: 11 881 Cancer: 5 250 cases Diseases of the lung: 2 855 cases Cardiovascular disease: 3 513 cases Adverse pregnancy outcomes: 3 cases Other: 260 cases WHO European Region
Syrian Arab Republic Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Tajikistan Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Thailand Cause of Death of Strategy and Planning Division, Mistry of Public Health 2017 reveal that top 5 tobacco death by cause are cardiovascular diseases, lung cancer, COPD, Lung infection and Tuberculosis diseases. The number of cases attributable to smoking in 2009 was 11,742 for lung cancer, 11,895 for COPD, 11,666 for Coronary heart disease , 4,139 for other cancers and 3,104 oral cancers The number of cases attributable to smoking in 2009 was 11,742 for lung cancer, 11,895 for COPD, 11,666 for Coronary heart disease , 4,139 for other cancers and 3,104 oral cancers The Study on Economic Burden of Smoking-Related Diseases in Thailand in 2011 found that 298,140 died from diseases that are related with smoking (156,753 men and 141,387 women). WHO South-East Asia Region
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Cardiovascular diseases - 512.1 per 100 000 Lung cancer - 67.3 per 100 000 (male) Cardiovascular diseases - 526,9 per 100 000 Lung cancer - 67.7 per 100 000 (male) Cardiovascular diseases - 545.1 per 100 000 Lung cancer - 66.9 per 100 000 (male) WHO European Region
Timor-Leste Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Togo Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Tonga Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Trinidad and Tobago BBThe proportion of all-cause mortality attributable to tobacco was 6% for persons ages 30 and over. Tobacco was attributed to 7% of all non-communicable disease related deaths, and 2% of communicable disease related deaths. Within the non-communicable disease group, tobacco accounted for 9% of deaths due to ischemic heart disease, and 61% of deaths due to trachea, bronchus, and lung cancer. In the communicable disease group, tobacco accounted for 10% of lower respiratory infection deaths, and 8% of all tuberculosis deaths. Tobacco accounted for 10% of deaths in men, and 1% of deaths in women The proportion of all-cause mortality attributable to tobacco was 6% for persons ages 30 and over. Tobacco was attributed to 7% of all noncommunicable disease related deaths, and 2% of communicable disease related deaths. Within the noncommunicable disease group, tobacco accounted for 9% of deaths due to ischemic heart disease, and 61% of deaths due to trachea, bronchus, and lung cancer. In the communicable disease group, tobacco accounted for 10% of lower respiratory infection deaths, and 8% of all tuberculosis deaths. Tobacco accounted for 10% of deaths in men, and 1% of deaths in women The proportion of all-cause mortality attributable to tobacco was 6% for persons ages 30 and over. Tobacco was attributed to 7% of all noncommunicable disease related deaths, and 2% of communicable disease related deaths. Within the noncommunicable disease group, tobacco accounted for 9% of deaths due to ischemic heart disease, and 61% of deaths due to trachea, bronchus, and lung cancer. In the communicable disease group, tobacco accounted for 10% of lower respiratory infection deaths, and 8% of all tuberculosis deaths. Tobacco accounted for 10% of deaths in men, and 1% of deaths in women WHO Region of the Americas
Tunisia Cancer du poumon :1034 décès Maladies cardiovasculaires : 966 décès 7000 décès (6000 hommes et 1000 femmes) 1997 Thèse de médecine :"Epidémiologie du tabagisme en Tunisie"publiéé en 2005 7000 décès (6000 hommes et 1000 femmes) 1997 Thèse de médecine :"Epidémiologie du tabagisme en Tunisie"publiéé en 2005 WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Turkey Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Turkmenistan Злокачественные новообразования трахеи, бронхов, легких – 329 человек Болезни системы кровообращения (15 лет и старше) – 13528 человек: Answer not provided Эти данные опубликованы в базе данных ВОЗ «Здоровье для всех» WHO European Region
Tuvalu Answer not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Uganda Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Ukraine No new data since Oxford University estimates of 2010 No new data since Oxford University estimates of 2010 No new data since Oxford University estimates of 2010 WHO European Region
United Arab Emirates تمثل الوفيات الناتجة عن الأمراض غير السارية حوالى 65% من إجمالى الوفيات وتشمل (أمرض القلب والأوعية الدموية - السكتات الدماغية - السكرى وأمراض السدة الرئوية ) وكلهم يشتركون فى وجود إستخدام التبغ كعامل إختطار قوى ومؤثر تمثل الوفيات الناتجة عن الأمراض غير السارية حوالى 65% من إجمالى الوفيات وتشمل (أمرض القلب والأوعية الدموية - السكتات الدماغية - السكرى وأمراض السدة الرئوية ) وكلهم يشتركون فى وجود إستخدام التبغ كعامل إختطار قوى ومؤثر تمثل الوفيات الناتجة عن الأمراض غير السارية حوالى 65% من إجمالى الوفيات وتشمل (أمرض القلب والأوعية الدموية - السكتات الدماغية - السكرى وأمراض السدة الرئوية ) وكلهم يشتركون فى وجود إستخدام التبغ كعامل إختطار قوى ومؤثر WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland In 2016, 77,900 of all deaths in England were attributable to smoking, representing 16% of all deaths in England that year. In 2017 there were estimated to be 77,800 deaths attributable to smoking in England. This figure includes 36,400 deaths from cancers believed to be caused by smoking, meaning that in 2016 approximately 26% of all deaths from cancer were attributable to smoking. Smoking has been also been attributed to: • 79 per cent of deaths from trachea, lung and bronchus cancer. • 79 per cent of deaths from cancers of the larynx • 65 per cent of deaths from cancers of the oesophagus • 63 per cent from cancers of the upper respiratory sites In addition to cancers, an estimated 86 per cent of deaths from chronic obstructive lung disease were attributable to smoking. In 2017/18 there were also approximately 489,300 hospital admissions attributable to smoking. In 2015, 79,000 of all deaths in England were attributable to smoking, making up 16% of all deaths in England that year. This figure includes 36,900 deaths from cancers believed to be caused by smoking, meaning that in 2015 approximately 27% of all deaths from cancer were attributable to smoking. Smoking has been also been attributed to: • 79 per cent of deaths from trachea, lung and bronchus cancer. • 78 per cent of deaths from cancers of the larynx • 64 per cent of deaths from cancers of the oesophagus • 63 per cent from cancers of the upper respiratory sites In addition to cancers, an estimated 85 per cent of deaths from chronic obstructive lung disease were attributable to smoking. In 2015/16 there were also approximately 474 thousand hospital admissions attributable to smoking. In 2013, 78,200 of all deaths in England were attributable to smoking, making up 17% of all deaths in England that year. This figure includes 37,200 deaths from cancers believed to be caused by smoking, meaning that in 2013 approximately 30% of all deaths from cancer were attributable to smoking. Smoking has been also been attributed to: • 81 per cent of deaths from trachea, lung and bronchus cancer. • 79 per cent of deaths from cancers of the larynx • 66 per cent of deaths from cancers of the oesophagus • 64 per cent from cancers of the upper respiratory sites In addition to Cancers, an estimated 85 per cent of deaths from chronic obstructive lung disease were attributable to smoking as well as 59 per cent of deaths from aortic aneurysms. In 2012/13 there were approximately 1.6 million hospital admissions for adults aged 35 and over with a primary diagnosis of a disease that can be caused by smoking, that’s an average of 4,400 admissions per day. This figure has continued to increase year on year since 1996 when the number of such admissions was approximately 1.1 million. Men accounted for 55% (877,193) of admissions and women accounted for 45% (723,009). WHO European Region
United Republic of Tanzania Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Uruguay 14.8 % del total de muertes anuales atribuible al consumo de tabaco. EPOC: 76% Cáncer de pulmón: 85% Otros cánceres: 37% Enfermedad cardiovascular: 14% Accidente cerebro vascular: 11% 14.8 % del total de muertes anuales atribuible al consumo de tabaco. EPOC: 76% Cáncer de pulmón: 85% Otros cánceres: 37% Enfermedad cardiovascular: 14% Accidente cerebro vascular: 11% 14.8 % del total de muertes anuales atribuible al consumo de tabaco. EPOC: 76% Cáncer de pulmón: 85% Otros cánceres: 37% Enfermedad cardiovascular: 14% Accidente cerebro vascular: 11% WHO Region of the Americas
Uzbekistan Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Vanuatu Answer not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Venezuela CARDIOVASCULARES: 34.672 21.39% TUMORES MALIGNOS DE LOS ÓRGANOS RESPIRATORIOS E INTRATÓRACICOS: 4.128 2,55% ENFERMEDAD CRÓNICAS DE LAS VIAS RESPIRATORIAS INFERIORES: 4.901 3,02% Report not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Viet Nam The role of public policies in reducing smoking and deaths caused by smoking in Vietnam: results from the Vietnam tobacco policy simulation model. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Yemen Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Zambia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Zimbabwe Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
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