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  • Patty Metzler, RN, TNS, SANE-A, SANE-P Carle Foundation Hospital

    ED Pediatric Services Coordinator 2007

  • Statistics

  • Mortality by Age Group (In order of prevalence)

    Age 1 4 1. MVC 2. Drowning 3. Fire and burns 4. Suffocation 5. Pedestrian 6. Firearms 7. Falls

    Age 5 14 1. MVC 2. Firearms 3. Drowning and

    Suffocation 4. Fire and Burns 5. Pedestrian and

    Falls

    Forum on Child and Family Statistics 2002

  • Mortality by Age Group (CDC, November 2004)

    1 9

    1. MVC

    2. Drowning

    3. Fire and Burns

    4. CSS

    5. Homicide

    10 14

    1. MVC

    2. Fire and Burn

    3. Homicide

    4. Drowning

    15 19

    1. MVC

    2. Homicide

    3. Suicide

    4. Drowning

  • Facts in 2003

    • Motor Vehicle Safety

    • Child occupants who died 1,591 • Child occupants injured 200,000

  • Childhood Injury Leading cause of death for children between the ages of 1 and 14

    1955-1988

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  • Childhood Injury Still the leading cause of death in children

    but: The Numbers are starting to DECREASE

    (1988-2003)

    • Fatal injury to Children 14 and Under • Decreased by 40% from 1987-2000 • Mitigating factors are multiple, but most point to

    education and resources to families and children

    Source: National Center for the Health Statistics, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2004

  • Savings

    • $1 spent on bicycle helmets—society saves $30

    • $1 spent on child seats—society saves $32

    • $1 spent on smoke alarms—society saves $65

    » National Safe Kids Coalition stats--2003

  • Motor Vehicle Safety

    • 40% of children in MVC’s were unrestrained

    • Child safety seats reduce risk of death by 71%

  • Unsafe Distractions Technology vs Safety

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  • Pedestrian and Wheel Safety

  • Programs Available

    • Risk Watch – Safety education Pre-K

    through 8th grade - Coalitions

    - Team members - Healthcare - Police - Fire - Education

    www.riskwatch.org

    http://www.riskwatch.org/

  • Tracking Number of Children Reached Risk Watch 2006-2007

    • Champaign – Bike/ ped 677 – Choking 750 – Fire 1963 – Electricity 282 – Firearms 333 – Motor vehicle 378 – Poisons 886 – Water 754

    5346

    • Urbana – Choking 1130 – Falls 742 – Fire 1290 – Firearms 1130 – Motor vehicle 742 – N.Disaster 1130 – Bike/ Ped 742 – Poison 1130 – Water 1130

    9166

  • Assessing the worth of a program Knowledge gain & retention

    Yankee Ridge School Urbana

    2004-2005

    Grade Level Number of children Gain Kindergarten 34 9% First Grade 60 17% Second Grade 49 10% Third Grade 26 15% Fourth Grade 46 7% Fifth Grade 44 13%

    Total: 259 12%

  • Programs Available

    • Safe Kids • www.safekids.org

    http://www.safekids.org/ http://www.cuphd.org/ccsafekids/

  • International Walk to School Day www.walktoschool.org

    http://www.walktoschool.org/

  • Young adults/ College Issues

  • How Do You Track Injury?

    • ICD 10 Codes

    • E-codes

    • Trauma registry

  • Motor/ Vehicular/ Wheel Ages: 1-15

    Motor/ vehicular/ wheel Carle ED 2001-2004

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  • Questions

    Slide Number 1 Statistics Mortality by Age Group�(In order of prevalence) Mortality by Age Group�(CDC, November 2004) Facts in 2003 Childhood Injury�Leading cause of death for children between the ages of 1 and 14�1955-1988 ��Childhood Injury�Still the leading cause of death in children but: �The Numbers are starting to DECREASE�(1988-2003) Savings Motor Vehicle Safety Slide Number 10 Slide Number 11 Slide Number 12 Unsafe Distractions�Technology vs Safety Pedestrian and Wheel Safety Slide Number 15 Programs Available Tracking Number of Children Reached�Risk Watch 2006-2007 Assessing the worth of a program�Knowledge gain & retention Programs Available International Walk to School Day�www.walktoschool.org Young adults/ College Issues How Do You Track Injury? Motor/ Vehicular/ Wheel�Ages: 1-15� Questions

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