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    • Violent death trends in Oklahoma, 2004-2009

    • Violent deaths--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Oklahoma is one of 18 states participating in the National Violent Death Reporting System. Violent deaths include homicides, suicides, deaths from legal intervention, unintentional firearm deaths, deaths of undetermined manner, and deaths from...
    • 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...
    • Alcohol-related crashes, Oklahoma, 2009

    • Traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Crash injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Drinking and traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Oklahoma Traffic Data Linkage Project (TDLP) is a joint effort between the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office to link statewide traffic crash and health outcome databases. This report describes the...
    • Motorcycle-related injuries, Oklahoma, 2007

    • Motorcycling accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Motorcycling injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Traffic fatalities--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • This report describes motorcycle occupants who died or were hospitalized as the result of a motorcycle-related crash, using linked traffic crash, inpatient hospital, and death data.
    • Child pedestrian crash injuries, Oklahoma, 2008

    • Pedestrian accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Crash injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Walking is generally a safe mode of transportation with health benefits; however, walking is not risk free. In Oklahoma, there were 49 pedestrian deaths in 2008. This report describes pedestrian crash injuries among children under 18 years of age...
    • Teen driver-related crashes, 2009

    • Teenage automobile drivers--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Crash injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Traffic fatalities--Oklahoma--Statistics.;
    • The Oklahoma Traffic Data Linkage Project (TDLP) is a joint effort between the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office to link statewide traffic crash and health outcome databases. This report describes the...
    • 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...
    • 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."
    • 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."
    • Bicycle-related injuries

    • Cycling accidents.; Bicycles--Safety measures.
    • Nearly 150 Oklahomans are hospitalized each year for bicycle-related injuries.; Prevention Choose the right size bicycle for each child - not one to grow into.
    • 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.
    • How to make a bicycle helmet fit properly

    • Bicycles--Safety measures.; Bicycle helmets.
    • Only purchase a bicycle helmet that meets Consumer Product Safety Standards. There will be a CPSC sticker inside the helmet. Older helmet should be ANSI-, ASTM-, or Snell-approved; look for these labels inside the helmet or on packaging materials.;...
    • Impaired driving

    • Drunk driving--Prevention.; Drugged driving--Prevention.
    • Impaired drivers put themselves and everyone around them at high risk of injury or death from a motor vehicle crash.
    • Teen drivers

    • Teenage automobile drivers.; Traffic accidents--Prevention.
    • Teenage drivers have a higher risk of being involved in a traffic crash. Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death among teens.
    • Pedestrian safety

    • Pedestrians--Safety measures.
    • Pedestrians have little to protect them when struck by a motor vehicle and have a high risk of death or hospitalization.
    • Unintentional poisonings

    • Poisoning--Prevention.
    • Unintentional poisoning is the second leading cause of injury death in the United States, following only motor vehicle crashes. A poison is any substance that is harmful if enough is taken, including legally prescribed medications. The majority of...
    • Youth suicide is preventable!

    • Youth--Suicidal behavior--Prevention.
    • Okahoma averages 71 youth suicides per year.; Expand suicide prevention efforts among young adults, and ensure that suicide prevention programs are linked with professional mental health resources in the community.
    • Motorcycle helmet q&a

    • Motorcycle helmets--Law and legislation.; Motorcycles--Safety measures.
    • Motorcycle-related head injury death rates in states with partial or no helmet-use laws are twice those in states with comprehensive helmet use laws.
    • Soccer goal safety tips

    • Soccer--Equipment and supplies.; Soccer--Safety measures.
    • Nearly 40 children in the U.S. have died and many more injured from soccer goals tipping over onto them.
    • Motorcycle safety

    • Motorcycles--Safety measures.; Motorcycles--Accidents.
    • Motorcyclists involved in crashes have a much higher risk of hospitalization or death than persons in cars or trucks.
    • Preventing falls

    • Falls (Accidents)--Prevention.; Tai chi.
    • Falls are the leading cause of nonfatal injuries in every age group except ages 15-24 and are the leading cause of injury death among adults 65 years and older in the United States. Approximately 7,000 older adults are hospitalized, and 225 die,...
    • Suicide : an American crisis

    • Suicide--Prevention.
    • Suicide is the most common type of violent death in the U.S. and Oklahoma. More than 32,000 people in the U.S. and 500 people in Oklahoma kill themselves each year, more than double that of homicides.
    • Motor vehicle crash injuries

    • Traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Crash injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Each year more than 650 Oklahomans die and more than 35,000 are injured in motor vehicle crashes. • In 2011, there were 8 crashes every hour in Oklahoma. • Males are two times more likely than females to die in a motor vehicle crash.
    • 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.
    • Suicide : an American crisis.

    • Suicide--Prevention.
    • Suicide is the most common type of violent death in the U.S. and Oklahoma. More than 32,000 people in the U.S. and 500 people in Oklahoma kill themselves each year, more than double that of homicides.
    • Occupational fatalities in Oklahoma, 1998-2006

    • Occupational mortality--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • In July 1997, the Commissioner of Health declared work-related fatalities a reportable condition for special study. The Injury Prevention Service of the Oklahoma State Department of Health began collecting data on work-related injury deaths in...
    • Epidemiology of gunshot injuries in Oklahoma, 1995-1996

    • Firearms accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Injury Prevention Service collected information on Oklahomans who died or were treated at a hospital for a penetrating or superficial wound that resulted from the discharge of a gun (including firearms and BB/pellet gun injuries) during 1995...
    • Resources and services directory for head injury and other conditions

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.;Brain--Wounds and injuries--Complications--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.;Brain damage--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.
    • The intent of the directory is to help individuals, families, and providers know what resources and services are available in the state of Oklahoma and how they may seek referral or obtain them directly. The need for such a document became readily...
    • 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.

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