Injury (trauma) is the leading cause of death for all age groups under the age of 44. It remains one of the significant public health issues' haunting the World, yet the problem continues to go largely unrecognized. Motor vehicle crashes, fire injuries represent the two major causes of trauma and death. Drowning, falls, poisoning represent other common causes of trauma.
Drowning is the fourth most common cause of unintentional injury death for all ages, ranking first among person's ages 25 to 44 and second for ages 5 to 44. Falls are the second-leading cause of accidental deaths for persons age 45 to 75 and the number-one cause of unintentional death for persons 75 years of age and older. Alcohol and drug use are directly or indirectly responsible for 75-80% of these injuries.
What is in CPR?
1. Are You Prepared To Save a Life? If Not - Learn CPRA recent survey conducted by Lybrate -- a domestic online doctor consultation platform -- showed that nearly 98 percent Indians are not trained in the basic life-saving technique of CPR during a sudden cardiac arrest. Any tragedy can account for success or failure within the first 10 minutes of medical attention.Read More..
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The Long-Term Impact of Severe Burn Trauma on Musculoskeletal Health. - Published by PubMed
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People who experience seclusion in adult mental health inpatient services: An examination of health of the nation outcome scales scores. - Published by PubMed
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