Medical conditions, medication use, and their relationship with subsequent motor vehicle injuries: examination of the Canadian National Population Health Survey.

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PURPOSE To examine the effects of various medical conditions and medications on subsequent motor vehicle injuries (MVIs). METHOD The National Population Health Survey, a large, nationally representative, longitudinal study of Canadians, included self-reported medical conditions of asthma, arthritis/rheumatism, back problems excluding arthritis, high blood… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/15389588.2012.654411

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@article{Vingilis2012MedicalCM, title={Medical conditions, medication use, and their relationship with subsequent motor vehicle injuries: examination of the Canadian National Population Health Survey.}, author={E. R. Vingilis and Piotr Wilk}, journal={Traffic injury prevention}, year={2012}, volume={13 3}, pages={327-36} }