Table of contents

  • Preliminary material
    • Title and verso pages
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Abbreviations
    • Symbols
    • Summary
  • Body section
    • 1 Introduction
      • 1.1 This report, its aims and analytical approach
      • 1.2 Background
      • 1.3 Structure of this report
    • 2 Methods
      • 2.1 Defining linked diseases
      • 2.2 Selection of effect size
      • 2.3 Population exposure: prevalence of diabetes or CKD
      • 2.4 Calculation of population attributable fractions
      • 2.5 Disease-as-risks analysis: calculating indirect burden
      • 2.6 Scenario modelling
    • 3 Diabetes estimates
      • 3.1 Diabetes burden in the ABDS 2011
      • 3.2 What is the collective burden of diabetes?
      • 3.3 How much burden from linked diseases is due to diabetes?
      • 3.4 Indirect diabetes burden by linked disease
      • 3.5 Estimated diabetes burden in 2020 under 2 different scenarios
      • 3.6 Scenario differences by age
    • 4 Chronic kidney disease estimates
      • 4.1 Chronic kidney disease burden in the ABDS 2011
      • 4.2 What is the collective burden of chronic kidney disease?
      • 4.3 How much burden from other diseases is due to chronic kidney disease?
      • 4.4 Indirect CKD burden by linked disease
      • 4.5 Estimated CKD burden in 2020 under 2 different scenarios
      • 4.6 Scenario differences by age Indirect CKD burden
    • 5 Discussion
      • 5.1 Key findings
      • 5.2 Contribution to evidence base and policy analysis
      • 5.3 New Zealand comparison
      • 5.4 Limitations
      • 5.5 Future directions
      • 5.6 Conclusion
  • End matter
    • Appendix A: Selection of effect sizes for diabetes Diabetes and cardiovascular disease
    • Appendix B: Selection of effect sizes for chronic kidney disease CKD and cardiovascular disease
    • Appendix C: Methods for scenario modelling
    • Appendix D: Data sources
    • Glossary
    • References
    • List of tables
    • List of figures
    • List of boxes
    • Related publications