accidental injury


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accidental injury

Dentistry
A term for damage to the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity due to forces external to the mouth.

Vox populi
A term for any unintentional injury or trauma.
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The Children's National Service Framework (Department of Health 2004) is supported by Prevention and Reduction of Accidental Injury in Children and Older People (Millward et al.
However, the report found the number of accidental injury deaths has been falling.
Having failed to do so, reasoned the majority, GE was creating an ambiguity as to whether pre-existing condition--related damage was excluded despite the rather strong "independent result" language that GE did use in its definition of accidental injury.
While he hasn't experienced an accidental injury in more than 6 years of performing head and neck surgery he did experience one needle stick during his internship and another during his dermatology residency--both caused by external factors.
It is just as important as your plans for prevention and reduction of the risks of accidental injury.
For example, the Alaska law defines injury to mean "accidental injury or death arising out of and in the course of employment, and an occupational disease or infection that arises naturally out of the employment or that naturally or unavoidably results from an accidental injury.
Among the coverages in Travelers equine product portfolio is: bloodstock and livestock mortality insurance, which addresses exposures such as injury, accident, sickness and disease; theft, at no additional charge when buying mortality insurance; livestock major medical, which covers medical treatments for illnesses or accidents; and transit insurance, which applies to a horse's accidental injury sustained while being loaded, transported or unloaded from any vehicle.
Personal Accident Plans typically shell out a lump sum for an accidental injury and a weekly amount if you are then off work.
Magazines dealing with technological innovation, for example, tended to suppress discussions of possible accidental injury.
Neighbors also can provide statements that could be introduced later by prosecutors to rebut claims of accidental injury or self-defense.
However, it is a dangerous time as well, and statistics shows that holiday travelers are at a higher risk for accidental injury than drivers at other times of the year.