Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 291 diseases and injuries in 21 regions, 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010

@article{Murray2013DisabilityadjustedLY,
  title={Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 291 diseases and injuries in 21 regions, 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010},
  author={C. Murray and T. Vos and R. Lozano and M. Naghavi and A. Flaxman and C. Michaud and M. Ezzati and K. Shibuya and J. Salomon and Safa Abdalla and V. Aboyans and J. Abraham and I. Ackerman and Rakesh Aggarwal and Stephanie Y Ahn and Mohammed K. Ali and Mohammad A. Almazroa and Miriam R. Alvarado and H. R. Anderson and Laurie M. Anderson and Kathryn G Andrews and C. Atkinson and L. Baddour and A. Bahalim and S. Barker-Collo and L. Barrero and D. Bartels and M. Bas{\'a}{\~n}ez and A. Baxter and M. Bell and E. Benjamin and D. Bennett and E. Bernab{\'e} and K. Bhalla and B. Bhandari and B. Bikbov and A. Abdulhak and G. Birbeck and James A Black and H. Blencowe and J. Blore and F. Blyth and I. Bolliger and A. Bonaventure and S. Boufous and Rupert R A Bourne and M. Boussinesq and T. Braithwaite and C. Brayne and L. Bridgett and S. Brooker and P. Brooks and T. Brugha and C. Bryan-Hancock and C. Bucello and R. Buchbinder and G. Buckle and C. Budke and M. Burch and P. Burney and Roy Burstein and B. Calabria and Benjamin Campbell and C. Canter and H. Carabin and J. Carapetis and L. Carmona and Claudia Cella and F. Charlson and Honglei Chen and A. T. Cheng and David P Chou and S. Chugh and L. Coffeng and S. Colan and Samantha M. Colquhoun and K. Colson and J. Condon and M. Connor and Leslie Cooper and M. Corriere and M. Cortinovis and Karen Courville de Vaccaro and W. Couser and B. Cowie and M. Criqui and M. Cross and K. Dabhadkar and M. Dahiya and N. Dahodwala and James Damsere-Derry and G. Danaei and A. Davis and D. Leo and L. Degenhardt and R. Dellavalle and A. Delossantos and J. Denenberg and S. Derrett and D. D. Jarlais and S. Dharmaratne and M. Dherani and C. D{\'i}az-Torn{\'e} and H. Dolk and E. Dorsey and T. Driscoll and H. Duber and Beth H. Ebel and K. Edmond and A. Elbaz and Suad Eltahir Ali and H. Erskine and P. Erwin and Patricia Espindola and Stalin E Ewoigbokhan and F. Farzadfar and V. Feigin and D. Felson and A. Ferrari and C. Ferri and E. F{\`e}vre and M. Finucane and S. Flaxman and L. Flood and Kyle Foreman and M. Forouzanfar and F. Fowkes and M. Fransen and Michael K Freeman and B. Gabbe and S. Gabriel and E. Gakidou and H. Ganatra and Bianca Garcia and F. Gaspari and R. Gillum and G. Gmel and D. Gonz{\'a}lez-Medina and Richard Gosselin and R. Grainger and B. Grant and J. Groeger and F. Guillemin and D. Gunnell and Ramyani P Gupta and J. Haagsma and H. Hagan and Y. Halasa and W. Hall and D. Haring and J. Haro and J. Harrison and Rasmus J Havmoeller and R. Hay and H. Higashi and C. Hill and B. Hoen and Howard J Hoffman and P. Hotez and D. Hoy and John J Emmanuel Huang and Sydney E Ibeanusi and K. Jacobsen and S. James and D. Jarvis and Rashmi Jasrasaria and S. Jayaraman and N. Johns and J. Jonas and G. Karthikeyan and N. Kassebaum and N. Kawakami and A. Keren and J. Khoo and C. King and L. Knowlton and O. Kobusingye and A. Koranteng and Rita Krishnamurthi and F. Laden and R. Lalloo and L. Laslett and T. Lathlean and J. Leasher and Y. Y. Lee and J. Leigh and D. Levinson and Stephen S. Lim and E. Limb and J. Lin and M. Lipnick and S. Lipshultz and Wei Liu and M. Loane and S. L. Ohno and R. Lyons and J. Mabweijano and Michael F Macintyre and R. Malekzadeh and Leslie Mallinger and S. Manivannan and W. Marcenes and L. March and D. Margolis and G. Marks and Robert G. Marks and A. Matsumori and R. Matzopoulos and B. Mayosi and J. Mcanulty and M. McDermott and Neil McGill and J. Mcgrath and M. Medina-Mora and M. Meltzer and Z. Memish and G. Mensah and T. Merriman and A. Meyer and Valeria Miglioli and Matthew Miller and T. Miller and P. Mitchell and Charles N. Mock and A. Mocumbi and T. Moffitt and A. Mokdad and L. Monasta and M. Montico and M. Moradi-Lakeh and A. Moran and L. Morawska and R. Mori and M. Murdoch and M. Mwaniki and K. Naidoo and M. N. Nair and L. Naldi and K. Narayan and P. Nelson and R. Nelson and M. Nevitt and C. Newton and S. Nolte and P. Norman and R. Norman and M. O'Donnell and S. O'Hanlon and Casey Olives and S. Omer and Katrina F. Ortblad and Richard Osborne and D. Ozgediz and Andrew Page and B. Pahari and J. Pandian and A. Rivero and S. Patten and N. Pearce and R. Padilla and F. Perez-Ruiz and N. Perico and K. Pesudovs and D. Phillips and M. Phillips and Kelsey Pierce and S. Pion and G. Polanczyk and S. Polinder and C. Pope and S. Popova and E. Porrini and F. Pourmalek and M. Prince and R. Pullan and K. Ramaiah and D. Ranganathan and H. Razavi and M. Regan and J. Rehm and D. Rein and G. Remuzzi and K. Richardson and F. Rivara and Thomas J Roberts and C. Robinson and Felipe Rodriguez De Le{\'o}n and L. Ronfani and R. Room and L. Rosenfeld and L. Rushton and R. Sacco and S. Saha and U. Sampson and L. S{\`a}nchez-Riera and Ella Sanman and D. Schwebel and James G. Scott and M. Segu{\'i}-G{\'o}mez and S. Shahraz and D. Shepard and H. Shin and R. Shivakoti and D. Silberberg and David Singh and Gitanjali M Singh and J. Singh and Jessica Singleton and D. Sleet and K. Sliwa and Emma Smith and Jennifer L Smith and N. Stapelberg and A. Steer and T. Steiner and W. Stolk and L. Stovner and C. Sudfeld and Sana Syed and G. Tamburlini and M. Tavakkoli and H. Taylor and Jennifer A. Taylor and W. Taylor and Bernadette A. Thomas and W. M. Thomson and G. Thurston and I. Tleyjeh and M. Tonelli and J. Towbin and T. Truelsen and M. Tsilimbaris and C. Ubeda and E. Undurraga and M. V. D. Werf and J. Os and M. Vavilala and N. Venketasubramanian and Mengru Wang and Wenzhi Wang and K. Watt and D. Weatherall and M. Weinstock and R. Weintraub and M. Weisskopf and M. Weissman and Richard A. White and H. Whiteford and N. Wiebe and S. Wiersma and J. Wilkinson and H. Williams and Sean R. Williams and E. Witt and F. Wolfe and A. Woolf and S. Wulf and P. Yeh and A. Zaidi and Zhi-Jie Zheng and D. Zonies and Alan D. Lopez},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2013},
  volume={380},
  pages={2197-2223}
}
BACKGROUND Measuring disease and injury burden in populations requires a composite metric that captures both premature mortality and the prevalence and severity of ill-health. [...] Key Method DALYs were calculated for 291 causes, 20 age groups, both sexes, and for 187 countries, and aggregated to regional and global estimates of disease burden for three points in time with strictly comparable definitions and methods.Expand
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