Indicator Count for current quarter Four-year trend* Detail
Acute drug poisonings
Individual drugs
-- Drug overdoses, Any drug 3,268   View
-- Drug overdoses, Opioids other than heroin 421   View
-- Drug overdoses, Methadone 16   View
-- Drug overdoses, Antidepressants 184   View
-- Drug overdoses, Benzodiazepines 195   View
-- Drug overdoses, Heroin 1,044   View
-- Drug overdoses, Cocaine 33   View
-- Drug overdoses, Other and unspecified drugs 1,460   View
Drug combinations
-- Drug overdoses, Opioids other than heroin and benzodiazepines 30   View
-- Drug overdoses, Heroin in combination with other opioids 11 Insufficient data View
Drug dependence (excluding overdoses)
-- Drug dependence, Any substance 2,335   View
-- Opioid-type dependence 1,386   View
Nondependent abuse of drugs (excluding overdoses)
-- Nondependent abuse of drugs, Any substance 9,976   View
-- Cannabis dependence 21   View
-- Opioid abuse 1,278   View
Infectious disease (with or without comorbid drug overdose, abuse, or dependence)
-- Hepatitis C 3,309   View
-- HIV 944   View
-- Endocarditis 35   View
Infectious disease with comorbid drug overdose, abuse, or dependence
-- Drug overdose, abuse, or dependence with Hepatitis C 967   View
-- Drug overdose, abuse, or dependence with HIV 92   View
-- Drug overdose, abuse, or dependence with Endocarditis 21 Insufficient data View
 
* Dashed lines on trend plots indicate the last quarter for which patient records were coded to ICD-9-CM. The United States transitioned to ICD-10-CM on October 1, 2015. This should be considered as a possible contributor to any trend changes observed immediately following the transition to ICD-10-CM. Note: ICD-10-CM indicator definitions are preliminary and subject to change.
Produced by the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, as bona fide agent of the Kentucky Department for Public Health, January 2019. Data Source: Kentucky Inpatient Hospitalization Files, Frankfort, KY [2014-2018], Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Office of Health Data and Analytics. This report was supported by Cooperative Agreement Number 5 NU17CE002732-04-00, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Department of Health and Human Services. Data are provisional and subject to change.