unintentional injury

Any injury caused by an accident

unintentional injury

Accidental injury Public health Any injury caused by an accident. See Injury.
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Conclusion: Our study shows that parental adherence to the child safety measures aimed at decreasing the unintentional injury risk of children is not satisfactory in Turkey.
In fact, research finds that unintentional injury fatalities are 50 percent higher in rural communities than in urban ones, due in part to greater risks of traffic crashes and opioid overdoses.
Choking is the fourth highest cause of unintentional injury deaths, with more than half of them over 74, according to website Injury Facts 2017.
In the 2014 Stats SA cause-of-death data, despite a slight decrease in other unintentional injury deaths to 58.
They study also found that rural Americans were 50 percent more likely to die from unintentional injury than urban dwellers.
Tenders are invited for Motor vehicle crashes are the second leading cause of unintentional injury death for adults aged 65 years and older.
Ranking from highest to lowest according to ethnic group per 100,000 of population, American Indian/Alaskan Native children have the highest fatality rate from unintentional injury at 13.
In 2013, unintentional injury was the fourth leading cause of death, suicide was the tenth, and homicide was the sixteenth; these three causes accounted for approximately 187,000 deaths in the United States (1).
It includes unintentional injury information, key messages and links to child development, checklists, quizzes etc.
The latest number comprised fully 55 percent of the unintentional injury fatalities that affected seniors in 2012 and 2013, according to CDC figures published in the May 6, 2015 issue of NCHS Data Brief.
Drowning ranks fifth among the leading causes of unintentional injury death in the United States.
The study aims to find out the prevalence of unintentional injury among children under the age of five attending anganwadi centres in Udupi taluk and to describe the profile of injury.