released: 12 Jul 2017 author: AIHW
This report presents information on the disease burden of chronic respiratory conditions using data from the Australian Burden of Disease Study 2011. Respiratory conditions were the sixth leading contributor to total burden of disease in Australia, with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma and upper respiratory conditions being the greatest contributors to the respiratory burden. The burden due to respiratory conditions generally decreased over time, varied by condition severity and by population group, and some of the burden was attributed to modifiable risk factors such as tobacco use.
ISSN 2204-4108 (PDF) 2006-4508 (Print); ISBN 978-1-76054-152-1; Cat. no. BOD 15; 32pp.; $14
Publication table of contents
- The burden of chronic respiratory conditions in Australia: A detailed analysis of the Australian Burden of Disease Study 2011
- Overview of chronic respiratory conditions in Australia
- What is burden of disease?
- About the Australian Burden of Disease Study 2011
- Burden of respiratory conditions
- Total burden
- Differences by fatal and non-fatal burden
- Fatal burden (YLL)
- Non-fatal burden (YLD)
- Changes in burden from 2003 to 2011
- Variation across geographic and population groups
- State and territory
- Remoteness area
- Socioeconomic group
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status
- Proportion of burden attributable to modifiable risk factors
- List of tables
- List of figures
- List of boxes
AIHW 2017. The burden of chronic respiratory conditions in Australia. Australian Burden of Disease Study series no. 14. Cat. no. BOD 15. Canberra: AIHW.