Table of contents

  • Preliminary materials
    • Title and verso pages
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Abbreviations
    • Symbols
  • Body section
    • 1 Introduction
      • Key considerations
      • Expert advice and review
    • Section I: Estimating the disease burden
    • 2 Overarching methods and choices
      • No age weighting or discounting
      • Reference years 2011 and 2003
      • Reference populations
      • Age groups
      • Selection and classification of diseases
      • Selection and assessment of data sources
      • Methodological choices specific to Indigenous estimates
      • Methodological choices specific to subnational estimates
      • Methodological choices specific to 2003 estimates
    • 3 Estimating the fatal burden
      • Overview of methods
      • Mortality data
      • Reference life table
      • Subnational estimates
    • 4 Estimating the non-fatal burden
      • Overview of methods
      • Conceptual disease models
      • Disability weights
      • Estimating point prevalence of each sequela
      • Dealing with comorbidity
      • Estimating YLD for residual diseases
    • 5 Disease specific methods
      • Blood and metabolic disorders
      • Cancer and other neoplasms
      • Cardiovascular diseases
      • Endocrine disorders
      • Gastrointestinal disorders
      • Hearing and vision disorders
      • Infant and congenital conditions
      • Infectious diseases
      • Injuries
      • Kidney and urinary conditions
      • Mental and substance use disorders
      • Musculoskeletal conditions
      • Neurological conditions
      • Oral disorders
      • Reproductive and maternal conditions
      • Respiratory diseases
      • Skin disorders
    • Section II: Estimating the burden due to key risk factors
    • 6 Overarching methods and choices for risk factors
      • Selection of risk factors
      • Selection of risk-outcome pairs
      • Population distribution of exposure
      • Estimates of effect size (relative risks)
      • Theoretical minimum risk exposure distribution
      • Calculation of population attributable fractions
      • Calculating the attributable burden
      • 2003 estimates
      • Indigenous estimates
    • 7 Individual risk factor methods
      • Tobacco use
      • Alcohol use
      • Physical inactivity
      • Drug use
      • Intimate partner violence
      • Unsafe sex
      • Childhood sexual abuse
      • High body mass
      • High blood pressure
      • High blood plasma glucose
      • High cholesterol
      • Iron deficiency
      • Low bone mineral density
      • Occupational exposures and hazards
      • Sun exposure
      • Air pollution
      • Unimproved sanitation
      • Dietary risk factors
    • Section III: Accounting for quality and accuracy
    • 8 ABDS quality framework
      • Ensuring quality of inputs to the ABDS 2011
      • Measuring the quality of outputs from ABDS 2011
      • ABDS 2011 quality index
  • End matter
    • Appendixes
      • Appendix A: Additional information and tables for Chapter 2
        • Assessment of data sources
        • Additional tables
      • Appendix B: Additional information and tables for Chapter 3
      • Appendix C: Additional information and tables for Chapter 4
      • Appendix D: Additional information and tables for Chapter 5
        • Cancer and other neoplasms
        • Hearing and vision disorders
        • Infant and congenital conditions
        • Infectious diseases
        • Injuries
        • Mental and substance use disorders
        • Reproductive and maternal conditions
      • Appendix E: Additional information and tables for Chapter 6
        • Assessment of data sources
        • Additional tables
      • Appendix F: Additional information and tables for Chapter 8
      • Appendix G: List of contributors
    • Glossary
    • References
    • List of tables
    • List of figures
    • Related publications