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The threat or use of nonfatal force included shouting, cursing, threatening, pushing or grabbing, hitting or kicking, using pepper spray, using an electroshock weapon, pointing a gun or using other force.
For the prespecified secondary composite endpoint consisting of death due to coronary heart disease, nonfatal MI, or urgent coronary revascularization, the initial analysis based solely on first events showed an 8.
The nonfatal injuries and illnesses were mostly not related to transportation incidents.
Nonfatal injury data were obtained from the occupational supplement to the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS-Work).
This estimate is conservative, because the number of completed suicides and nonfatal attempts has risen since 2007, Dr.
In a multivariate analysis that controlled for age, gender, comorbidities, and concomitant medications, people treated with ibuprofen, diclofenac, rofecoxib, or celecoxib had a statistically significant, increased risk for fatal or nonfatal stroke.
The drug was approved to lower the risk of nonfatal heart attacks, fatal and nonfatal strokes, certain types of heart surgery, hospitalization for heart surgery, and chest pain in patients with heart disease.
Gaps were found in the information that MSHA used to monitor fatal and nonfatal injuries, limiting trend analysis and agency oversight.
The Arkansas Department of Labor reported a drop in nonfatal work-related illnesses and injuries for the 12th consecutive year The rate of work-related illnesses or injuries fell from 5.
Juveniles aged 12 to 14 and those 15 to 17 experienced average annual rates of nonfatal violence that were about 2.
Myocardial biopsy specimens used for pathologic examination, the conventional standard for diagnosis (4,5), have been considered difficult to collect in nonfatal cases.
Highlights include the following: students ages 12 through 18 were victims of about 309,000 serious violent crimes away from school compared with about 88,000 on campus; between 1993 and 2003, the percentage of students in grades 9 through 12 who reported being in a fight anywhere declined from 42 to 33 percent; and in 2003, 5 percent of students ages 12 through 18 reported being victims of nonfatal crimes, 4 percent said they experienced theft, and 1 percent advised being victims of violent incidents.