Trends in motor vehicle deaths in Wisconsin, 1986-1996: a decade of progress?

Abstract

Motor vehicle-related injuries are a major cause of death and economic burden in Wisconsin. We examined motor vehicle-related mortality trends in Wisconsin from 1986 to 1996. During this time, overall mortality decreased by 12% and Wisconsin has met its year 2000 goal. However, mortality rates did not improve for women and non-whites. In addition, mortality… (More)

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