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Non-fatal injuries resulting in activity limitations in Estonia: risk factors and association with the incidence of chronic conditions and quality of life. A retrospective study among the population aged 20-79

Autorid: Puur A, Altmets K, Saava A, Uusküla A, Sakkeus L
Väljaandja/tellija: BMJ Open
Märksõnad: traumad, elukvaliteet, kroonilised haigused
Välja antud: 2013
Tüüp: Teaduslik artikkel/kogumik
Viide: Puur A, Altmets K, Saava A, et al. Non-fatal injuries resulting in activity limitations in Estonia: risk factors and association with the incidence of chronic conditions and quality of life. A retrospective study among the population aged 20-79. BMJ Open 2013;3:e002695.
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Kirjeldus: Non-fatal injuries are a major cause of disability and ill health among the population; social gradients in the risk of injury and the long-term consequences of injuries have been documented in a number of studies in middle-income and highincome countries.
The bulk of evidence on the health and quality-of-life outcomes of injuries are obtained from follow-up studies of surviving trauma patients; population-based studies, which can offer useful additional insights, are rarer.
The aim of current study was to improve understanding about the epidemiology of non-fatal injuries and their consequences for health and quality of life in Estonia, a country with the third highest rate of injury mortality in the EU-27.