Injuries by Sex and Cause, with Leading Causes, U.S. 2001 & 2010

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All injuries, injuries from violence, injuries from domestic violence, and injuries from intimate-partner violence, by sex of person injured, with leading causes of injury for women and men; non-fatal injuries based on NEISS and NHAMCS data on hospital emergency-department visits. Additional data on fatal injuries.

Dataset sheets:

  • men & women injuries: non-fatal injuries, with sub-categories men and women cross-tabulated with injury types, all injuries, injuries from violence, injuries from domestic violence, and injuries from intimate-partner violence. Fatal injuries with sub-categories men and women cross-tabulated against fatal injuries from all causes, violence, and suicide. Data for U.S. 2001 and 2010.
  • leading causes 2001: top-20 most frequent causes of injury-related visits to U.S. hospital emergency departments in 2001, by sex and age groups
  • leading causes 2010: top-20 most frequent causes of injury-related visits to U.S. hospital emergency departments in 2010, by sex and age groups
  • comparison with NHAMCS: comparison of NEISS and NHAMCS injury counts for all injuries and injuries from violence
  • fatal causes 2001 & 2010: injury-related deaths by top-20 causes by sex for persons ages 15 to 44, U.S. 2001 and 2010
  • non-fatal extract causes: compilation of NEISS source tables on non-fatal injuries by detailed causes
  • non-fatal extract totals: compilation of NEISS source tables on non-fatal injuries by broad causes
  • fatal extract causes: compilation of NCHS Vital Statistics source tables on fatal injuries by detailed causes
  • fatal extract totals: compilation of NCHS Vital Statistics source tables on fatal injuries by broad causes

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