Agricultural Injury Research In South Mountainous Area Of Ningxia | 12309
Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Objective: To investigate the epidemiological characteristics of agriculture injury in South mountainous area of Ningxia and to
explore the cause and effect preventive factors for this district agricultural injury on the basis of scientific evidence.
Methods: We adopted multi-stage stratified random sampling method. Our research object included 2118 household residents,
4611 inhabitants from 44 towns, 146 villages in three counties of xiji, haiyuan, tongxin.
Results: Survey results show that agricultural injury incidence rate is 9.09%, the injured person rate is 12.6%. The two numbers
together mean that once a person is injured, it?s very much possible for that person to have another or more injured incidences
in a year. Men?s agricultural injury incidence rate is 9. 9%, while women?s agricultural injury incidence rate is 9.09%, Men have
higher incidence rate than women. And education is also a significant factor, the lower is the education level, the higher is the
incidence rate. The top five of agricultural injury species are knife/sharp instrument injury, sprain/strain, falls, motor vehicle
trauma, and blunt injury.
Multivariate analysis shows that many other factors have influence on injury incidence, such as age, eyesight, physical disability,
ethnicity, marital status, smoking status, sleeping quality and medication, main occupation and spared-time activities, production
methods. Whether a person receives security education also has influence.
Conclusion: We can get the conclusion that agricultural hurt brings rural residents great bodily harm, and thus brings about
huge economic losses. We should fully consider the injured crowd features, hurt types, moth distribution and other effective
factors, take corresponding measures for controlling and improve security knowledge publicity.
Zhongqin Guo, Professor, Master Instructor. She started teaching in 1985 and is served as team leader for the Epidemiology and Health Statistics
Department of Ningxia Medical University for the past 5 years. She is now deputy director of Chinese Preventive Medicine Association Ningxia
Branch on epidemiology and hygienic statistics and maintains a seat on Ningxia Health Care Association. She has published more than 40 papers in
the field of Public Health, and the book Statistical Applications for Biomedicine of SPSS 10.0. For windows, which she participated mainly in editing
and publishing won the autonomous region?s Excellent Textbook Award.
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