Pediatric injuries and poisonings associated with detergent packets: results from the Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program (CHIRPP), 2011–2023
Injury Epidemiology
by Sarah Zutrauen, James Cheesman and Steven R. McFaull
3d ago
Detergent packets are common household products; however, they pose a risk of injuries and poisonings, especially among children. This study examined the epidemiological characteristics of pediatric injuries a ..read more
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Cervical vertebral and spinal cord injuries in rollover occupants
Injury Epidemiology
by Loay Al-Salehi, Shannon G. Kroeker, Jason R. Kerrigan, Peter A. Cripton, Matthew B. Panzer and Gunter P. Siegmund
1w ago
Rollover crashes continue to be a substantial public health issue in North America. Previous research has shown that the cervical spine is the most injured spine segment in rollovers, but much of the past rese ..read more
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Accuracy of the national violent death reporting system in identifying unintentional firearm deaths to children by children
Injury Epidemiology
by Samuel Fischer, Matthew Miller, Catherine Barber and Deborah Azrael
1w ago
In assigning manner of death (MOD) for inclusion on death certificates, medical examiners and coroners do not always apply uniform criteria. Previous research indicates surveillance statistics based on death c ..read more
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Development and implementation of an injury and illness surveillance system for team USA
Injury Epidemiology
by Eric G. Post, Travis Anderson, Olivia Samson, Alexis D. Gidley, Ashley N. Triplett, Amber T. Donaldson, Jonathan T. Finnoff and William M. Adams
1w ago
The purpose of this report is to provide insight and details regarding the development and implementation of an injury and illness surveillance (IIS) system for the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committ ..read more
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Unintentional injury prevention in American Indian and Alaska Native communities: a scoping review of the Indian Health Service Primary Care Provider newsletter
Injury Epidemiology
by Wendy Shields, Anne Kenney, Evelyn Shiang, Rebecca Malizia and Holly Billie
2w ago
Unintentional injuries disproportionately impact American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations. Developing effective and culturally tailored data collection and intervention programs requires an unders ..read more
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Engaging suicide prevention and firearm stakeholders in developing a workshop promoting secure firearm storage for suicide prevention
Injury Epidemiology
by Hanna Christian, Dev Crasta, Garra Lloyd-Lester, Gala True, Marianne Goodman, Brett Bass, Kathryne Coric, Timothy Ruetten, Robert Lane and Gabriela Khazanov
2w ago
In the US, over 50% of suicide deaths are by firearm injury. Studies have found that limiting access to firearms, including storing them temporarily outside of the home or locking and unloading them securely a ..read more
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Ambient air pollution and the risk of violence in primary and secondary school settings: a cross-sectional study
Injury Epidemiology
by Austin T. Rau, Alyson B. Harding, Andy Ryan, Marizen R. Ramirez, Lynette M. Renner and Jesse D. Berman
1M ago
Individual and social characteristics are attributed to violent behavior in schools, yet environmental hazards may play an understudied role. Ambient air pollution has been linked to neurological dysfunction t ..read more
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Demographic shifts reshaping the landscape of hand trauma: a comprehensive single-center analysis of changing trends in hand injuries from 2007 to 2022
Injury Epidemiology
by Martynas Tamulevicius, Florian Bucher, Nadjib Dastagir, Vincent Maerz, Peter M. Vogt and Khaled Dastagir
1M ago
Hand injuries constitute up to 30% of the total cases treated in emergency departments. Over time, demographic changes, especially an aging population, and shifts in workplace safety regulations and healthcare ..read more
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Injury and illness surveillance monitoring in team sports: a framework for all
Injury Epidemiology
by Bradley Sprouse, Avinash Chandran, Neel Rao, Adrian J. Boltz, Molly Johnson, Philip Hennis and Ian Varley
1M ago
Sport-related injuries and illnesses can negatively impact athlete welfare at all standards of participation in team sports. Injury and illness surveillance (IIS), and the development of monitoring systems, in ..read more
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Principles of musculoskeletal sport injuries for epidemiologists: a review
Injury Epidemiology
by Chinchin Wang, Steven D. Stovitz, Jay S. Kaufman, Russell J. Steele and Ian Shrier
1M ago
Musculoskeletal injuries are a common occurrence in sport. The goal of sport injury epidemiology is to study these injuries at a population level to inform their prevention and treatment ..read more
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