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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Years of potential life lost to life expectancy (YPLL) and before age 65 years ([YPLL.sub.65]) were calculated for each decedent.
Ruhm, Ph.D., from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, used vital statistics data to examine whether increases in mortality rates and years of potential life lost among midlife non-Hispanic whites from 1999 to 2015 are associated with increases in fatal overdoses.
Years of potential life lost for six major enteric pathogens, Germany, 2004-2008.
* During each year, between 2001 and 2005, alcohol use accounted for nearly 23,000 deaths and 633,000 years of potential life lost among U.S.
DALYs is a measure of overall disease burden, expressed as the number of years of potential life lost due to premature death and the years of productive life lost due to disability.
Given that injuries are a leading cause of death among young people, when combined, unintentional and intentional injury are a leading cause of years of potential life lost under age 65, ahead of coronary heart disease and cancer.
(6.) Years of potential life lost (YPLL)--an evaluation of the economic, social, and other consequences of premature death in a population from injury or disease as compared to the potential productivity of the deceased if they had lived normal life spans.
adults, representing more than one million years of potential life lost. Direct health care costs attributed to smoking total at least $50 billion annually.
CHICAGO--Death due to cardiovascular disease dwarfs suicide as a cause of total years of potential life lost among patients with major mental illness, according to a five-state study.
Analyses focused on: first, Potentially Productive Years of Life Lost (PPYLL, discounted) from deaths occurring from 0-64 years of age; second, Years of Potential Life Lost (YPLL) from 1-64 years; and third, Years Lived with Disability (YLD).
Such has been the case since at least the mid-1990s, when the publication of the World Bank's 1993 World Development Report: Investing in Health introduced the concept of disability-adjusted life years (DALYs), a measure that combines years of potential life lost due to premature death with years of productive life lost due to disability.