Males have higher rates of _____ injury than females.
Over ____ people died at work.
44% of all work-related fatalities were _____.
_____ had the highest death rate for unintentional occupational injuries.
Workers in the ____ have the highest rate of nonfatal occupational injuries as well as days spent away from work due to injuries
In infants, ____ of injury-related deaths occur before they become 4 months of age.
____ is responsible for 40% of deaths in children less than one year.
Motor vehicle accidents are responsible for more than ____ of infant injury deaths.
The use of an infant safety seat in the car can increase the likelihood of survival in a car crash by ____.
Preschoolers have the highest incidence of ____, mostly scalds from hot foods or liquids.
____ represent the 3rd & 4th most common injury-related deaths in preschoolers.
Drowning & Choking
One of every 10 deaths in children, ages 6-12, are _____.
Motor Vehicle-Pedestrian Related
Motor vehicle-related deaths are responsible for nearly _____ of all injury deaths in teenagers.
____ of all motor vehicle accidents involve alcohol.
_____ of all drowning involve alcohol.
The most common type of non-fatal injury in teenagers is ____. It is estimated that one of every 14 teens has required hospitalization for a sports injury.
Adolescents are especially vulnerable to fatal crashes at night; they do 20% of their driving at night, but they have more than _____ of their fatalities at night.
Males are ___ times more likely to die of homocide or suicide.
Males are ____ times more likely to die than females of the same age in drowning.
Among adolescents, 15-19 year old, one in every 4 deaths is caused by a firearm. ____ of deaths are from a firearm injury.
____ are ranked 2nd to drowning places.
____ are ranked 1st to drowning places.
____ drowning often occurs in lakes & reservoirs.
A ____ second exposure to 130 degrees can cause a 3rd degree burn.