Minor Injury Crashes: Prevalence of Driver-Related Risk Factors and Outcome.

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BACKGROUND The majority of crashes cause "minor" injuries (i.e., treated and released from the emergency department [ED]). Minor injury crashes are poorly studied. OBJECTIVES This study aims to determine the prevalence of driver-related risk factors and subsequent outcome in drivers involved in minor crashes. METHODS We interviewed a convenience sample… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jemermed.2017.01.044

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@article{Brubacher2017MinorIC, title={Minor Injury Crashes: Prevalence of Driver-Related Risk Factors and Outcome.}, author={Jeffrey Reynold Brubacher and Herbert Chan and Elizabeth Purssell and Benjamin J Tuyp and Daniel K Ting and Vahid Mehrnoush}, journal={The Journal of emergency medicine}, year={2017}, volume={52 5}, pages={632-638} }