House fire injury prevention update. Part I. A review of risk factors for fatal and non-fatal house fire injury.

@article{Warda1999HouseFI,
  title={House fire injury prevention update. Part I. A review of risk factors for fatal and non-fatal house fire injury.},
  author={L Warda and Milton Tenenbein and Michael E K Moffatt},
  journal={Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention},
  year={1999},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={145-50}
}
OBJECTIVE To summarize house fire injury risk factor data, using relative risk estimation as a uniform method of comparison. METHODS Residential fire risk factor studies were identified as follows: MEDLINE (1983 to March 1997) was searched using the keywords fire*/burn*, with etiology/cause*, prevention, epidemiology, and smoke detector* or alarm*. ERIC (1966 to March 1997) and PSYCLIT (1974 to June 1997) were searched by the above keywords, as well as safety, skills, education, and training… CONTINUE READING

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