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Unintentional injuries and home safety guidance

Unintentional injuries and home safety guidance

... Home safety assessment, and the supply and installation of permanent safety equipment such as smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, thermostatic mixing valves and window restrictors reduce the risk of ... See full document

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Injuries and inequities. Guidance for addressing inequities in unintentional injuries

Injuries and inequities. Guidance for addressing inequities in unintentional injuries

... for unintentional injury among children and young ...in unintentional injuries among children could save enough funding to offset the cost of implementing the preventive interventions ...of ... See full document

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Population-based Study of Unintentional Injuries in the Home

Population-based Study of Unintentional Injuries in the Home

... For example, if the real exposure among persons 80 years and older was higher than we esti- mated, as high as the maximum possible exposure (16 hours per day without sleeping), the expos[r] ... See full document

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Unintentional Injuries in the Home in the United States Part I: Mortality

Unintentional Injuries in the Home in the United States Part I: Mortality

... the home, but more striking if one considers that females, at least in some subgroups of the population, probably spend more time in the home environment than ...of home injury death than females, ... See full document

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Unintentional Injuries in the Home in the United States Part II: Morbidity

Unintentional Injuries in the Home in the United States Part II: Morbidity

... own home. There was some discrepancy in the definition of the home environment across the data sets with respect to college ...the home, the remaining three data sets do not provide a clear ... See full document

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Reducing unintentional injuries in and around the home among children under five years

Reducing unintentional injuries in and around the home among children under five years

... Although five principal causes of unintentional injuries have been prioritised, other causes should not be ignored. For example, exposure to smoke, fire and flames results in a high proportion of deaths ... See full document

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Ecological approaches to the prevention of unintentional injuries

Ecological approaches to the prevention of unintentional injuries

... Correspondence to: John P. Allegrante, Box 114, 525 West 120th Street, New York, NY 10027. E-mail: jpa1@columbia.edu Abstract Background: Injury as a cause of significant morbidity and mortality has remained fairly ... See full document

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UNINTENTIONAL ADULT EYE INJURIES IN VICTORIA

UNINTENTIONAL ADULT EYE INJURIES IN VICTORIA

... SURROUNDING INJURIES THAT OCCUR WHILST NOT WEARING EYE PROTECTION ...eye injuries (Summerer & Johnson, 1996; Bell, 1994; Owen et al, ...at home, whilst helping or watching those welding and ... See full document

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Unintentional Injuries in Brazilian Preschool Children

Unintentional Injuries in Brazilian Preschool Children

... Unintentional Injuries in Brazilian Preschool Children Bianca Zimmermann Santos 1 , Carla Miranda 2 , Keila Cristina Pereira Rausch 2 , Vera Lucia Bosco 3 , Mabel Mariela Rodríguez Cordeiro 3 , Suely ... See full document

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Understanding unintentional childhood home injuries: pilot surveillance data from Karachi, Pakistan

Understanding unintentional childhood home injuries: pilot surveillance data from Karachi, Pakistan

... of injuries; many minor to moderate injuries are treated either at home or by local community ...tentional injuries however; these may be intentional in ... See full document

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Childhood unintentional injuries: need for a community-based home injury risk assessments in Pakistan.

Childhood unintentional injuries: need for a community-based home injury risk assessments in Pakistan.

... Planning for an innovative, community-based pilot study takes considerable time and effort in a low-income setting like Pakistan. This paper has introduced the proposed pilot study and provides an initial report of the ... See full document

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Parenting interventions for the prevention of unintentional injuries in childhood

Parenting interventions for the prevention of unintentional injuries in childhood

... and home safety outcome terms and as these may have been secondary outcomes in some studies, this may have led to some studies being missed by our ...assess unintentional injury, two authors were ... See full document

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Prevention of Unintentional Injuries: A Global Role for Pediatricians

Prevention of Unintentional Injuries: A Global Role for Pediatricians

... most injuries in children younger than 10 to 12 years occur in the home ...of unintentional fatal injuries that occurred in young chil- dren in and around the home could have been ...6 ... See full document

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Unintentional Injuries to the Lung: Motor Vehicle Crashes

Unintentional Injuries to the Lung: Motor Vehicle Crashes

... 9 Assure all infants, toddlers, and children under 12 are appropriately buckled in rear car seats, with those ages four to eight in booster seats and seat belts: buckle up before starting up. These adaptations are ... See full document

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Parental perceptions of barriers and facilitators to preventing child unintentional injuries within the home: A qualitative study

Parental perceptions of barriers and facilitators to preventing child unintentional injuries within the home: A qualitative study

... Many of these barriers are addressable within, and many facilitators could be exploited by injury prevention programmes. Strengths of the study were that the sampling strategy ensured a cross-section of parent ... See full document

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Strategies to prevent unintentional injuries among the under 15s

Strategies to prevent unintentional injuries among the under 15s

... Fieldwork was carried out to evaluate how relevant and useful NICE's recommendations would be for practitioners and how feasible it would be to put them into practice. It was conducted with practitioners and ... See full document

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Risk Factors for Unintentional Injuries in Children: Are Grandparents Protective?

Risk Factors for Unintentional Injuries in Children: Are Grandparents Protective?

... child safety behaviors; however, we note that when households “choose” relatives other than grandparents to look after their children, the risk for child injury increases ... See full document

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Legislative and Regulatory Strategies to Reduce Childhood Unintentional Injuries

Legislative and Regulatory Strategies to Reduce Childhood Unintentional Injuries

... child safety seats were the NSKC, the National Easter Seal Society, the Safe America Foundation, and the National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related ...child safety seats were distributed ... See full document

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The feasibility of using a parenting programme for the prevention of unintentional home injuries in the under fives : a cluster randomised controlled trial

The feasibility of using a parenting programme for the prevention of unintentional home injuries in the under fives : a cluster randomised controlled trial

... stimulating home environment have been associated with enhanced development by the age of 3 years 25 and improved cognitive and behavioural outcomes in children by age 5 years 26 or children who are well adjusted ... See full document

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Childhood Unintentional Injuries in San Diego County: A Report to the Community

Childhood Unintentional Injuries in San Diego County: A Report to the Community

... bike safety “Rodeos” through the lead ...road safety and bicycling to prepare them for driver’s ...in safety in and around cars, focusing on prevention of back over injuries, emphasis of never ... See full document

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