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The burden of unintentional injuries in children on individuals, families and communities is great, with many injuries resulting in disability, painful treatments in hospital and possible work and school hours lost to hospital attendances or ill health.
Coinciding with that increased exposure, the study calculated 57 additional unintentional firearm deaths, including 18 additional deaths among children.
dagger]) As the underlying cause of death, unintentional falls were coded as W00-W19 in the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision.
0 * Number of unintentional injury-related deaths per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers
They study also found that rural Americans were 50 percent more likely to die from unintentional injury than urban dwellers.
Potentially preventable deaths from unintentional injuries increased 23 percent (largely due to deaths from drug poisoning and falls).
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.
Background: Unintentional childhood injuries are the leading cause of death and disability worldwide and its incidence is higher in low to middle income countries.
asso-ciate director for science in the injury center in CDC's Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention.
Unintentional injuries are the major cause of morbidity and mortality in infants.
The show's host Adel Karam apologized on Twitter Wednesday for what he called the unintentional violation of the religious beliefs of Hariri, who wears a hijab.
The only argument was whether Jo Ann's unintentional act constitutes "provocation" within the meaning of the statute.