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Accident mortality in children, adolescents and young adults / Ann Taket
Taket, Ann ( 1986 )
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Los accidentes de la infancia : la observaci'on de los hechos como fundamento de las medidas preventivas, informe de un grupo consultivo [se reuni'o en Ginebra del 4 al 8 de junio de 1956]
World Health Organization. Advisory Group on Prevention of Accidents in Childhood; World Health Organization ( 1957 )
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Les accidents chez les enfants : l' étude des faits, base de l' action préventive, rapport d' un groupe consultatif [réuni à Genève du 4 au 8 juin 1956]
World Health Organization. Advisory Group on Prevention of Accidents in Childhood; World Health Organization ( 1957 )
Les accidents chez les enfants, les adolescents et les jeunes adultes un problème majeur de santé publique / Michel Manciaux & Claude J. Romer
Manciaux, Michel; Romer, Claude J ( 1986 )
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Accidents in childhood : facts as a basis for prevention, report of an advisory group [meeting held in Geneva from 4 to 8 June 1956]
World Health Organization. Advisory Group on Prevention of Accidents in Childhood; World Health Organization ( 1957 )
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Accidents in childhood and adolescence : the role of research / edited by M. Manciaux & C. J. Romer
Manciaux, Michel; Romer, Claude J; World Health Organization; Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (France) ( 1991 )
Accidents in children, adolescents and young adults : a major public health problem / Michel Manciaux & Claude J. Romer
Manciaux, Michel; Romer, Claude J ( 1986 )
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Accidents resulting from the peaceful use of atomic energy
World Health Assembly, 39 ( 1986 )
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Accidents resulting from the peaceful use of atomic energy
World Health Assembly, 39 ( 1986 )
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Accidents resulting from the peaceful use of atomic energy
World Health Assembly, 40 ( 1987 )
Alcohol and accidents : report on a WHO working group, Reykjavik, 1-3 September 1987
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1988 )
Analyse comparative de la mortalité violente dans les pays développés et dans quelques pays en développement durant la période 1985-1989 / Robert Bourbeau
Bourbeau, Robert ( 1993 )
Aspects médico-sociaux des accidents chez les personnes âgées : rapport d'un groupe de travail OMS avec la collaboration du CIGS
World Health Organization; International Center of Social Gerontology ( 1983 )
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Assessing the health consequences of major chemical incidents : epidemiological approaches
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; Working Group on Epidemiological Approaches to Assessment of Health Consequences of Accidents and Disasters (1995 : Bilthoven, Netherlands) ( 1997 )
Chemical accidents : report of a joint EURO/HQ meeting of assessors, Kuopio, Finland, 22-24 February 1988
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1988 )
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Collaboration within the United Nations system - general matters: conventions concerning nuclear accidents
World Health Assembly, 41 ( 1988 )
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Conventions concerning nuclear accidents
Executive Board, 81 ( 1987 )
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Conventions relatives aux accidents nucléaires
Conseil exécutif, 81 ( 1987 )
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Cuarto informe sobre la situación sanitaria mundial 1965-1968
Organización Mundial de la Salud ( 1971 )
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Deaths from unintentional injuries in rural areas of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Soori, H.; Naghavi, M. ( 1999 )
Abstract

Deaths from accidental injury in the rural areas of 13 provinces in the Islamic Republic of Iran from 1993 to 1994 were investigated. The crude mortality rate was 4.33 per 1000 and the number of deaths from unintentional injuries was 5213 [10.7% of all deaths]. There were more deaths among males than females [65.7 per 100,000 versus 26.1 per 100,000]. After the age of 1 year, over 65-year-olds had the highest average of deaths resulting from injuries [111.9 per 100,000]. The leading causes of death were traffic accidents [55.0%], drowning [10.1%], falls [9.5%] and burns and scalding [9.5%]. Since most injuries are preventable, their reduction should be considered a priority

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