out of six farm families in Ohio had an accident.
out of eight rural nonfarm families in Ohio had an accident.
100% of the reported accidents involving farm people and
99% of the rural nonfarm accidents, a doctor's care was
22% of the reported accidents involving farm people and
20% of the rural nonfarm accidents, hospitalization was
of the reported accidents involving farm people and 68%
involving rural nonfarm people occurred to men and boys.
of the reported accidents involving farm people occurred
on the job, 10% off the job, and 43% during recreation and
of the reported accidents involving rural nonfarm people
occurred on the job, 17% off the job, and 45% during recreation
and leisure activities.
of the injuries to farm people and 29% of the injuries to
rural nonfarm people resulted from a fall.
SOURCE AND NATIONAL
LIBRARY OF MEDICINE ID#
Wooster, Ohio: Ohio Agricultural Research and Development
Center; [1974?]. 19.
NLOM ID#: No
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Farm Related Injuries: Bibliography With Abstracts, U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service,
Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational
Safety and Health.
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