Injuries to pre-school children in a home setting: patterns and related products.

  title={Injuries to pre-school children in a home setting: patterns and related products.},
  author={Lucie Laflamme and E Eilert-Petersson},
  journal={Acta paediatrica},
  volume={87 2},
The current study was undertaken to examine the most typical circumstances of and products related to injuries to pre-school children at home, and to establish the extent to which any injury patterns found were age- or gender-related. Data were taken from a community-based injury register built up over a 1-y period in a Swedish county. Injury incidence by gender and age was calculated, and typical injury patterns were identified through analysis of seven characteristics of the injuries… CONTINUE READING


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