Unintentional injury mortality in children: a priority for middle income countries in the advanced stage of epidemiological transition.

@article{Plitponkarnpim1999UnintentionalIM,
  title={Unintentional injury mortality in children: a priority for middle income countries in the advanced stage of epidemiological transition.},
  author={A Plitponkarnpim and Ragnar Andersson and Bjarne Jansson and Leif Svanstr{\"o}m},
  journal={Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention},
  year={1999},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={98-103}
}
OBJECTIVES To examine the relationship between the magnitude, and the relative importance of unintentional child injury mortality with socioeconomic development, and to conceptualise the dynamic changes in injury mortality within the framework of epidemiological transition. DESIGN Ecological cross sectional study using data on 51 countries. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES The relationship between total mortality rates, unintentional injury mortality rates, and percentage in children 1-14 years of age… CONTINUE READING

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