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    • Violencia en el noviazgo en los adolescentes.

    • Dating violence--Prevention.; Dating violence--Oklahoma.
    • ¿Qué es Violencia en el Noviazgo?; Algunas Señales de Aviso de Violencia en el Noviazgo; Prevención de la Violencia en el Noviazgo; Cómo Ayudar a un Amigo; Violencia en el Noviazgo de los Adolescentes en Oklahoma
    • Construction-related deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Construction industry--Accidents--Oklahoma.
    • "Construction of new homes and buildings as well as renovations of these structures results in many injuries and deaths each year in the United States. In 2008, 753 construction workers died due to construction-related injuries. From January 1998...
    • Older driver-related crash injuries and deaths, Oklahoma, 2006.

    • Traffic accidents--Oklahoma-- Statistics.;Crash injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Older automobile drivers--Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma.
    • "In 2006, there were approximately 288,000 licensed drivers age 70 years and older in Oklahoma. Motor vehicle crashes were the second leading cause of injury deaths in 2006 in this age group."
    • Rollover crash injuries, Oklahoma, 2007

    • Rollover vehicle accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Crash injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Traffic fatalities--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • "In Oklahoma, in 2007, 30% (N=232) of fatal crash injuries were rollover-related; 79% involved a single vehicle crash."
    • Intimate partner violence injuries in Oklahoma.

    • Intimate partner violence--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • "Intimate partner violence (IPV) injuries became a reportable condition for special study in January 2000. The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) collected hospital and medical examiner’s data on fatal and nonfatal IPV injuries in the...
    • Traumatic brain injury surveillance summary report

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Reporting--Oklahoma--Methodology.
    • "The Injury Prevention Service (IPS) has had the authority to collect and maintain TBI surveillance data since TBIs were mandated a reportable condition in April 1991 by the Oklahoma Board of Health and the Oklahoma legislature (HJR 1040)."
    • Traumatic brain injury surveillance summary report

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Reporting--Oklahoma--Methodology.
    • "The Injury Prevention Service (IPS) has had the authority to collect and maintain TBI surveillance data since TBIs were mandated a reportable condition in April 1991 by the Oklahoma Board of Health and the Oklahoma legislature (HJR 1040)."
    • Injury prevention video catalog.

    • Accidents--Prevention--Video catalogs.;Oklahoma. Injury Prevention Service--Video catalogs.
    • "The Injury Prevention Service has the videos listed in this catalog available for loan at no charge."
    • Work-related traumatic brain injuries, Oklahoma, 2004-2007

    • Industrial accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Brain--Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma.
    • "Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a leading cause of death and disability in the United States and is a significant contributor to the annual number of work-related deaths and injuries.";"Approximately 5% of all TBI hospitalizations each year in...
    • Spinal cord injuries in Oklahoma, 1988-2003

    • Spinal cord--Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • "Traumatic spinal cord injuries (SCI) became a reportable condition in May of 1987. A traumatic SCI is defined as an acute, traumatic lesion of the spinal cord, resulting in any degree of motor and/or sensory deficit; deficits may be permanent or...
    • Burn injuries in teen restaurant workers

    • Burns and scalds--Prevention.; Restaurants--Oklahoma--Safety measures.; Burns and scalds--Oklahoma.
    • A total of 104 restaurant and food service workers were hospitalized in Oklahoma burn centers for work-related burn injuries from 1988to 2006. Eighteen (17%) of these workers wereunder 20 years of age. One-third of the burns involved more than 10%...
    • Work-related motor vehicle crash deaths, Oklahoma, 2007

    • Crash injuries--Oklahoma.; Traffic accidents--Prevention.
    • A total of 5,657 work-related deaths occurred in the United States in 2007. Of these, one fourth (1,141) were highway incidents. In Oklahoma, there were 36 work-related motor vehicle crash fatalities on public roads in 2007 (5% of all traffic crash...
    • Unintentional firearm deaths, Oklahoma, 2004-2010

    • Firearms accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • A young male child was playing with his sister and chasing her with a toy gun. The children’s game took them into the garage where the sister found a gun sitting on the shelf. Believing the gun to be a toy, she pointed the gun in the direction of...
    • Pedestrian-related crashes, Oklahoma, 2009

    • Pedestrian accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Traffic fatalities--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data, 4,092 pedestrians were fatally injured in the U.S. in 2009. The Oklahoma Traffic Data Linkage Project (TDLP) is a joint effort between the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the...
    • Motorcycle crashes, Oklahoma, 2009

    • Motorcycling accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Motorcycling injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Traffic fatalities--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data, motorcyclist fatalities have decreased nationally from over 5,000 in 2007 and 2008 to 4,462 in 2009. However, in Oklahoma, the number of motorcyclist deaths has increased each year...
    • Work-related traffic crash fatalities, Oklahoma, 2007-2008.

    • Traffic fatalities--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Occupational mortality--Oklahoma--Statistics.;
    • According to the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, the number of fatal work injuries decreased by 8% in the United States (U.S.) from 5,657 in 2007 to 5,214 in 2008. However, in Oklahoma, the number of fatal work injuries increased by 16% from...
    • Injuries in Oklahoma, 2010

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    • According to vital statistics data, in 2010, the leading causes of injury death in Oklahoma were poisonings, motor vehicle crashes, firearms, and falls. Males were two times more likely to die from injuries than females. Of the fatal motor vehicle...
    • ATV safe riding tips

    • All terrain vehicles--Safety measures.
    • ATV Ride Safe Oklahoma is a joint initiative led by The Children’s Center, Trauma One Injury Prevention at OU Medical Center and Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service 4-H Youth Development. The goal is to provide safety...
    • Traumatic brain injury surveillance summary report.

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Brain--Wounds and injuries--Reporting--Oklahoma--Methodology.;
    • Authority. The Injury Prevention Service (IPS) has had the authority to collect and maintain TBI surveillance data since TBIs were mandated a reportable condition in April 1991 by the Oklahoma Board of Health and the Oklahoma legislature (HJR...
    • Electric current safety

    • Electric shock--Oklahoma.; Electric shock--Prevention.
    • Between 2000 and 2009, 62 workers in Oklahoma died on the job as a result of exposure to electric transmission lines or other electric current.
    • Muertes por electrocución en Oklahoma, 2000-2009

    • Electrical injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Electrical injuries--Prevention.
    • Cada año en los Estados Unidos el contacto con la transmisión eléctrica o corriente eléctrica resulta en miles de lesiones y muertes. En el 2009, 170 trabajadores murieron debido a heridas por electrocución fatales. Desde el 2000 al 2009 en...
    • Muertes relacionadas con zonas de trabajo, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Road construction workers--Mortality--Oklahoma.; Road work zones--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Road work zones--Accidents--Prevention.
    • Cada año en los Estados Unidos, aproximadamente 100 trabajadores de la industria de la construcción de autopistas y carreteras mueren, y 20,000 sufren lesiones en el trabajo. En Oklahoma, desde 1998 hasta el 2008, murieron 41 personas en...
    • Lesiones de choques automovilísticos

    • Traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Crash injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Cada año más de 650 personas en Oklahoma mueren y más de 35,000 son lesionados en Choques Automovilísticos. • En el año 2011, hubieron 8 choques cada hora en Oklahoma. • Varones son dos veces más probable de morir en choques...
    • Lesiones relacionados a bicicletas

    • Cycling accidents.; Bicycles--Safety measures.
    • Casi 150 personas en Oklahoma son hospitalizados cada año debido a lesiones relacionados a bicicletas.; Prevención Elija la bicicleta del tamaño correcto para cada niño - no una que tiene que adaptarse.
    • Bicycle safety tips for parents

    • Bicycles--Safety measures.
    • Choose the right size bicycle. Children should be able to sit on the bicycle seat with their feet flat on the ground.; Many injuries happen in predictable, preventable ways.
    • Como ajustar apropiadamente el casco de bicicleta

    • Bicycles--Safety measures.; Bicycle helmets.
    • Compre solamente cascos de bicicletas que cumplan las Normas de Seguridad de Productos del Consumidor. Encontrará una calcomanía CPSC en el interior del casco. Cascos viejos deben ser aprovados por ANSI-, ASTM-, ó Snell; busque éstas...
    • Conductores adolescentes

    • Teenage automobile drivers.; Traffic accidents--Prevention.
    • Conductores adolescentes tienen el riesgo más alto de ser involucrado en un choque de tráfico. Choques de tráfico son la causa principal de muertes entre los adolescentes.
    • Conducción disminuida

    • Drunk driving--Prevention.; Drugged driving--Prevention.
    • Conductores disminuidos se ponen a ellos mismos y a las personas a su alrededor en un riesgo alto de lesiones o muerte causado por un choque automovilístico.
    • Construction-related deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Construction industry--Accidents--Oklahoma.
    • Construction and renovation of homes and buildings results in many injuries and deaths each year in the United States. From 1998 to 2008, 82 people were killed in construction-related incidents in Oklahoma. Construction-related deaths accounted for...
    • Electrocution deaths, Oklahoma, 2000-2009

    • Electrical injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Electrical injuries--Prevention.
    • Contact with electrical transmission or electric current results in thousands of injuries and deaths each year in the United States. In 2009, 170 workers died due to fatal electrocution injuries. From 2000 to 2009, 63 people were killed in...
    • Teen dating violence

    • Dating violence--Prevention.; Dating violence--Oklahoma.
    • Dating violence is the use of harassing, controlling and/or abusive behavior to maintain power and control over a partner in a romantic relationship. Anyone can be a victim of dating violence, regardless of age, race, or gender. About one in ten...
    • Muertes en la industria del petróleo y gas en Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Petroleum industry and trade--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Petroleum workers--Safety measures.; Gas industry--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Gas industry--Employees--Safety measures.
    • Desde 1998 a 2008, 129 personas han muerto en Oklahoma por incidentes relacionados con el petróleo y gas (11% de todas las muertes en Oklahoma durante este tiempo fueron relacionadas con el trabajo).
    • Muertes violentas entre los Nativo Americanos en Oklahoma

    • Violent deaths--Oklahoma.; Indians of North America--Mortality--Oklahoma.; Violence--Prevention.
    • Desde el 2004-2008, hubo 4,560 muertes violentas entre los residentes de Oklahoma; de esas, 457 (10%) eran Nativo Americanos.; Circunstancias; Estrategias para prevenir la violencia auto infligida; Estrategias para prevenir la violencia...
    • Burn prevention and diabetic neuropathy

    • Burns and scalds--Prevention.; Diabetic retinopathy.
    • Diabetic burn patients have longer hospitalizations and more infections, complications, and procedures, than non-diabetic burn patients.; Many injuries happen in predictable, preventable ways.

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