Road Traffic Accidents in Bahrain

@inproceedings{Hamza2006RoadTA,
  title={Road Traffic Accidents in Bahrain},
  author={Abdulaziz Y. Hamza and MBBCh and Faisal Radhi Al-Mousawi and Avis Husel-Pincock},
  year={2006}
}
The incidence of RTA injuries treated at SMC indicated 42.5% increase in casualties treated from 1996 to 2001. Slight injuries increased 27.2% while ambulance cases increased by 244.6% and inpatient admissions increased by 18.8%. Inpatient deaths decreased by 75%. SMC records indicate that the incidence of death is decreasing while police reports indicate that the incidence of death has increased by 75%. SMC records do not include all police recorded deaths, and police records do not include… CONTINUE READING

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