Потерянные годы жизни в результате дорожно-транспортных происшествий в России в 2000-2012 гг.
Road traffic injuries and their consequences are increasing global problem. In 2014, Russia ranked first in the number of deaths from traffic accidents per 1 million population among the countries of the Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). Objective: to identify the age and sex characteristics and dynamics of the burden of road traffic deaths in Russia. Methods: Non-clinical observational study, the object of which is the years of life lost due to premature mortality due to road accidents in Russia, calculated as the product of the numbers of deaths from road accidents, based on impersonal Rosstat data, and standard life expectancy (LE) on the annual age group for men and women between 2000 and 2012. Results: For men aged 20-34 years accounted for 50% of the total number of years of life lost due to a traffic accident in 2012; for women aged 20-34 - 37%.Reducing the number of years of life lost per 1000 men / women occurred in all age groups over the period. The sharp decline in the rate of increase in losses between 2007 and 2009 ended in 2010. The pace of growth of losses began to increase in almost all age groups after 2010. The pace of growth of losses for men aged 15-19 was so significant that the number of years of life lost per 1000 males in 2012 (29.8 per 1,000 men), almost back to the level of 2000 (30.8 per 1,000 men).