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  1. ... The automobile accounts for the largest number of accidental deaths. All infants and children should use the proper ... seats, and seat belts. Other top causes of accidental death are drowning, fire, falls, and poisoning.
  2. ... fires are the fourth most common cause of accidental death in children and adults in the U.S. Young ...
  3. ... component care and usual care in rates of accidental death ( RR 0.31; 95% CI 0.01 to ...
  4. ... 2a , 2b , and 2c (harms): Patient injury or accidental death, staff injury, staff distress, patient distress (per self- ...
  5. ... the poorest outcomes in terms of suicide and accidental death. The number of days of hospitalisation in the ...
  6. ... are habit-forming. They have been associated with accidental overdose and death. When used carefully and under a provider's direct ...
  7. ... even have come as a relief. If the death was accidental or violent, coming to a stage of acceptance ...
  8. ... system. Older people have a higher risk of accidental injury that results in hospitalisation or death than any other age group ( Cryer 2001 ). The ...
  9. ... However, unmonitored use of opioids can be dangerous: accidental overdose of opioids caused 11,499 deaths in the US in 2007, up from around ...
  10. ... the chance that these codes represent intentional or accidental overdose on the part of the patient, it should eliminate many of these cases. Death in Low Mortality Drgs This indicator is intended ...
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