Factors associated with injury in the first year of life were examined using data on a random sample of infants in eight regions in the United States. By 1 year of age, 8.6% of the 4,989 infants surveyed had had an injury for which medical care was sought, although serious sequelae (eg, death and developmental delay) were infrequent. The data suggest that… (More)
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