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Principal Types Of Home Unintentional Injury Deaths, 2017

 

(1) Inhalation and ingestion of food or other object that obstructs breathing.

Source: National Safety Council estimates based on data from National Center for Health Statistics and state vital statistics departments.

PRINCIPAL TYPES OF HOME UNINTENTIONAL INJURY DEATHS, 2010

(1) Includes deaths resulting from conflagration, regardless of nature of injury.
(2) Inhalation and ingestion of food or other object that obstructs breathing.

Source: National Safety Council.

PRINCIPAL TYPES OF HOME UNINTENTIONAL-INJURY DEATHS, 2009

(1) Includes deaths resulting from conflagration, regardless of nature of injury.
(2) Inhalation and ingestion of food or other object that obstructs breathing.

Source: National Safety Council.

PRINCIPAL TYPES OF HOME UNINTENTIONAL-INJURY DEATHS, 2008

(1) Includes deaths resulting from conflagration, regardless of nature of injury.
(2) Inhalation and ingestion of food or other object that obstructs breathing.

Source: National Safety Council.

PRINCIPAL TYPES OF HOME UNINTENTIONAL INJURY DEATHS, 2012

(1) Inhalation and ingestion of food or other object that obstructs breathing.

Source: National Safety Council. (2014). Injury Facts®, 2014 Edition. Itasca, IL.

PRINCIPAL TYPES OF HOME UNINTENTIONAL INJURY DEATHS, 2013

(1) Inhalation and ingestion of food or other object that obstructs breathing.

Source: National Safety Council. (2015). Injury Facts®, 2015 Edition. Itasca, IL.

Principal Types Of Home Unintentional Injury Deaths, 2014

(1) Inhalation and ingestion of food or other object that obstructs breathing.

Source: National Safety Council. (2016). Injury Facts®, 2016 Edition. Itasca, IL.

Principal Types Of Home Unintentional Injury Deaths, 2015

(1) Inhalation and ingestion of food or other object that obstructs breathing.

Source: National Safety Council. Injury Facts®, 2017 Edition. Itasca, IL.