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Burden and trend analysis of injury mortality in China among children aged 0-14 years from 2004 to 2011.

Yin Z, Wu J, Luo J, Pak AW, Choi BC, Liang X - BMJ Open (2015)

Bottom Line: But the age-standardised mortality rate decreased consistently in the urban area.The rate was higher among boys than among girls.Drowning, road traffic accidents and falls were consistently the top three causes of death among children.

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Affiliation: Division of Non-communicable Diseases Control and Community Health, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing, China.

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Age-standardised injury mortality rates (per 100 000 per year) for drowning, by gender and urban/rural residence, among children aged 0–14 years, China, 2004–2011. ASMR, age standardised mortality rate.
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BMJOPEN2014007307F2: Age-standardised injury mortality rates (per 100 000 per year) for drowning, by gender and urban/rural residence, among children aged 0–14 years, China, 2004–2011. ASMR, age standardised mortality rate.

Mentions: There was a slight decrease in burns (−22.00%), drowning (−11.00%) and two intentional injuries, namely, self-harm (−38.82%) and violence (−20.00%; table 2). Among them, only the changes in drowning and self-harm in age-standardised injury mortality rates were statistically significant. The drowning mortality rate decreased from 12.36 per 100 000 per year (95% CI 11.76 to 12.97) in 2004 to 11.00 (95% CI 10.41 to 11.59) in 2011. The decrease in the rate of self-harm was also statistically significant. Figures 2–4 show the age-standardised injury mortality rates by gender and urban/rural residence, for drowning, road traffic accidents and falls, respectively, among children aged 0–14 years.


Burden and trend analysis of injury mortality in China among children aged 0-14 years from 2004 to 2011.

Yin Z, Wu J, Luo J, Pak AW, Choi BC, Liang X - BMJ Open (2015)

Age-standardised injury mortality rates (per 100 000 per year) for drowning, by gender and urban/rural residence, among children aged 0–14 years, China, 2004–2011. ASMR, age standardised mortality rate.
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BMJOPEN2014007307F2: Age-standardised injury mortality rates (per 100 000 per year) for drowning, by gender and urban/rural residence, among children aged 0–14 years, China, 2004–2011. ASMR, age standardised mortality rate.
Mentions: There was a slight decrease in burns (−22.00%), drowning (−11.00%) and two intentional injuries, namely, self-harm (−38.82%) and violence (−20.00%; table 2). Among them, only the changes in drowning and self-harm in age-standardised injury mortality rates were statistically significant. The drowning mortality rate decreased from 12.36 per 100 000 per year (95% CI 11.76 to 12.97) in 2004 to 11.00 (95% CI 10.41 to 11.59) in 2011. The decrease in the rate of self-harm was also statistically significant. Figures 2–4 show the age-standardised injury mortality rates by gender and urban/rural residence, for drowning, road traffic accidents and falls, respectively, among children aged 0–14 years.

Bottom Line: But the age-standardised mortality rate decreased consistently in the urban area.The rate was higher among boys than among girls.Drowning, road traffic accidents and falls were consistently the top three causes of death among children.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Division of Non-communicable Diseases Control and Community Health, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing, China.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus