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This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractInjuries are a growing public health concern in China, accounting for more than 30% of all Person Years of Life Lost PYLL due to premature mortality. This study analyzes the trend and disease burden of injury deaths in Chinese population from 2004 to 2010, using data from the National Disease Surveillance Points DSPs system, as injury deaths are classified based on the International Classification of Disease-10th Revision ICD-10. We observed that injury death accounted for nearly 10% of all deaths in China throughout the period 2004–2010, and the injury mortality rates were higher in males than those in females, and higher in rural areas than in urban areas. Traffic crashes 33.79–38.47% of all injury deaths and suicides 16.20–22.01% were the two leading causes of injury deaths. Alarmingly, suicide surpassed traffic crashes as the leading cause of injury mortality in rural females, yet adults aged 65 and older suffered the greatest number of fatal falls 20,701 deaths, 2004–2010. The burden of injury among men 72.11% was about three times more than that of womens 28.89%. This study provides indispensible evidence that China Authority needs to improve the surveillance and deterrence of three major types of injuries: Traffic-related injury deaths should be targeted for injury prevention activities in all population, people aged 65+ should be encouraged to take individual fall precautions, and prevention of suicidal behavior in rural females should be another key priority for the government of China.



Autor: Zhang, Lijuan; Li, Zhiqiang; Li, Xucheng; Zhang, Jie; Zheng, Liang; Jiang, Chenghua; Li, Jue

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