health notes ch. 15
health notes ch. 15 Public health 2000
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Date Created: 04/02/16
Chapter 15 notes: injuries About 193,000 deaths due to injury each year Leading causes of injury death: Poisoning Motor vehicle Firearms Falling Suffocating Drowning Fire and burns Objects piercing you Poison deaths is most common Motor vehicle second most common Firearms third most common Help reduce is to keep firearms out of homes or at least out of reach and out of access of children or violent partners Injuries are the 5 leading cause of death in the united states, leading cause for people age 1-44, risks higher in males than females (men take more risks), higher in blacks vs. white (even though in reality they should be equal) Injury Unintentional o Child accidently shoots a parent while learning to use a gun Intentional o Homicide/suicide Low SES? o Unsafe neighborhoods Suffocation is leading cause of death in infants under 1 Poisoning is leading cause among adolescents due to medication overdose o Prescription pain killers, heroin, cocaine. o Doctor shopping
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