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Ogden-Clearfield, UT

Drug-related deaths reported to DAWN 57
Drug-related suicide deaths reported to DAWN 8
Metro area population, 2005 486,428
Population covered by DAWN 486,428
Percent of population covered by DAWN 100%

Metro area overview: Deaths and population by county, 2005
Metro area component Drug-related Drug-related suicide Population
Deaths Rate Deaths Rate
Total participating (3) 57 11.7 8 1.6 486,428
1. Davis County, UT 27 10.1 1 0.4 268,084
2. Morgan County, UT 0 0.0 0 0.0 7,862
3. Weber County, UT 30 14.3 7 3.3 210,482

Deaths by manner of death, 2005
Suicide 12.3%
Homicide 1.5%
Could not be determined 67.7%
Natural/accidental 18.5%

Place of death, 2005
Drug-related Deaths
Health care facility 17
Home 36
Public place --
Other --
Not documented 0

Drug-related suicide Deaths
Health care facility --
Home 7
Public place 0
Other 0
Not documented 0

Top 5 drugs involved: Drug-related deaths, 2005
Drug category Single-drug deaths Multi-drug deaths Total
Opiates/opioids 1 50 51
Antidepressants 0 31 31
Misc. anxiolytics, sedatives, and hypnotics 0 24 24
Benzodiazepines 0 23 23
Muscle relaxants 0 13 13

Top 5 drugs involved: Drug-related suicide deaths, 2005
Drug category Single-drug deaths Multi-drug deaths Total
Antidepressants 0 5 5
Misc. anxiolytics, sedatives, and hypnotics 0 4 4
Benzodiazepines 0 4 4

Gender and age death rates: Drug-related, 2005
Gender Deaths per 100,000 population
Male 11.4
Female 12.0

Age Deaths per 100,000 population
Under 21 1.1
21 to 34 19.0
35 to 54 24.2
55 and over 6.2

Gender and age death rates: Drug-related suicide, 2005
Gender Deaths per 100,000 population
Male 1.2
Female 2.1

Age Deaths per 100,000 population
Under 21 0.0
21 to 34 0.9
35 to 54 5.0
55 and over 1.2

Drug-related deaths by drug category, 2004-2005
Drug category Drug-related Drug-related suicide
Deaths, 2004 Deaths, 2005 Single-drug deaths, 2005 Deaths, 2004 Deaths, 2005 Single-drug deaths, 2005
* Includes alcohol in combination with other drugs (all ages) and alcohol alone in decedents under age 21.
Includes MDMA (Ecstasy), GHB, flunitrazepam (Rohypnol), and ketamine.
†† Includes PCP, LSD, and miscellaneous hallucinogens.
ALL DRUGS 57 57 -- 13 8 0
Alcohol* 6 6 -- 4 --  
Cocaine 15 8 -- -- 0  
Marijuana 9 -- -- -- 0  
Stimulants 10 11 -- 0 0  
Club drugs 0 0 -- 0 0  
Hallucinogens†† -- 0 -- 0 0  
Inhalants 0 -- -- 0 0  
Antidepressants 26 31 -- 7 5  
Antipsychotics -- 8 -- -- --  
Benzodiazepines 21 23 -- 5 4  
Misc. anxiolytics, sedatives, and hypnotics 11 24 -- 5 4  
Opiates/opioids 47 51 -- 9 --  
– Heroin (specified) -- -- -- 0 0  
– Methadone 23 18 -- -- --  
– All other opiates/opioids 32 38 -- 6 --  
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents 0 0 -- 0 --  
Salicylates/combinations -- 0 -- -- 0  
Misc. analgesics/combinations 13 5 -- -- --  
Anticonvulsants -- 8 -- -- --  
Muscle relaxants 6 13 -- 5 --  

End Notes
1. Drug-related deaths exclude suicides.
2. All death rates are per 100,000 population.
3. -- A number less than 4 has been suppressed.

SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, SAMHSA, Drug Abuse Warning Network, 2005 (08/2008 update).

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