alexa Analysis on relationship between the accident and injury occurrence and the absence appearance of adults in South Korea.
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Diabetes & Endocrinology

Endocrinology & Metabolic Syndrome

Author(s): Park SS, Choi SE

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Abstract The purpose of this study is to examine relationship between the accident and injury occurrence and the absence appearance in adults. Materials of this study were based on the raw data of "Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2011", which was conducted by the Ministry of Health and Welfare (MW) and Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2011. Totally 5904 people were targeted by selecting data without missing value in addition to age in more than 20 years old. And the appearance of absence through the occurrence of injury had the final subjects of absence targeting 379 people among 5904 people. An analytical method was made by using SPSS WIN program (Version 12.0). As a result of research, the occurrence of injury was higher (p< 0.01) in men than women. The age group was high in the 30s (about 1.5 times, p< 0.05) and the 40 s (about 1.9 times, p< 0.01). The higher in household income (about 1.5 times, p< 0.05) and educational level (about 1.6 times, p< 0.001) led to the higher occurrence of injury. As for the occurrence of absence, fall and slip (abut 1.8 times, p< 0.05) had higher absence than other accidents. As for a place of cure, the absence were higher (p< 0.001) in users of emergency room than entering hospital/clinic. Finally, the more bed-ridden led to the higher absence (p< 0.001). This article was published in Technol Health Care and referenced in Endocrinology & Metabolic Syndrome

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