years of potential life lost

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years of po·ten·tial life lost

n. años perdidos de vida potencial. Medida potencial del impacto en un individuo de enfermedades y fuerzas letales sociales. Se establece teniendo en cuenta los años que la persona pudo haber vivido si una muerte prematura debido a heridas mortales, cáncer, enfermedades del corazón, etc. no hubiera ocurrido.
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ARDI estimates AAD and YPLL resulting from excessive alcohol use by using multiple data sources and methods (4).
The YPLL was highest from MVA, followed by homicide, drug overdose, poisoning, and cardiovascular diseases before the age of 50.
Smoking-attributable YPLL were estimated by multiplying sex- and age-specific SAM by remaining life expectancy at the time of death.
YPLL measures the quantity of years of life lost prematurely at the time of death.
section]) YPLL for 2001-2005 were estimated using the ARDI application using death and life expectancy data from the National Vital Statistics System.
The YPLL rose in proportion with the increase in suicides, from 0.
To estimate the burden of premature deaths attributed to unintentional injuries among persons aged 0-19 years, CDC calculated state-specific YPLL by sex, age, race, and injury mechanism based on data from the National Vital Statistics System multiple cause of death files for the period 2000-2009.
Binge drinking accounted for more than half of those deaths, two thirds of the YPLL (2), and three quarters of the economic costs (1).
Years of potential life lost (YPLL) before age 65 years were calculated by subtracting age at death from 65 years and summing to get the total YPLL.
This report compares the public health burden of smoking among whites and blacks in Missouri by estimating the number of smoking-attributable deaths and YPLL in these population subgroups during 2003-2007.
dagger]) Binge drinking was responsible for more than half of those deaths and two thirds of the YPLL (2).
Years of potential life lost before age 65 years (YPLL), and mean YPLL were calculated using standard methodology.