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NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons 2007. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

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1 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide

2 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 2A: Number of Incidents by Age

3 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 3A: Number of Incidents by Age and Gender

4 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 4A: Number of Incidents by Mechanism of Injury

5 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 5A: Number of Deaths by Mechanism of Injury

6 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 6A: Case Fatality Rate by Age

7 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 7A: Case Fatality Rate by Age and Gender

8 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 8A: Total Hospital Length of Stay by Mechanism of Injury

9 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 8B: Average Hospital Length of Stay by Mechanism of Injury

10 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 9A: Total ICU Length of Stay by Mechanism of Injury

11 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 9B: Average ICU Length of Stay by Mechanism of Injury

12 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 10A: Percent of Incidents by Injury Type

13 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 11A: Percent of Deaths by Injury Type

14 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 12A: Percent of Incidents by ISS

15 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 13A: Case Fatality Rate by ISS

16 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 14A: Total Hospital Length of Stay by ISS

17 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 14B: Average Hospital Length of Stay by ISS

18 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 15A: Total ICU Length of Stay by ISS

19 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 15B: Average ICU Length of Stay by ISS

20 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 16A: Percent of Incidents by Intent

21 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 17A: Case Fatality Rate by Intent

22 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 18A: Number of Incidents by Organ System

23 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 19A: Number of incidents by organ system in patients who died

24 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 20A: Number of incidents with brain/skull injuries

25 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 21A: Number of patients with brain/skull injuries among those who died

26 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 22A: Number of incidents with brain-only injuries by subdural/extradural hemorrhage and other

27 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 23A: Number of patients with brain-only injuries by subdural/extradural hemorrhage and other among those who died

28 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 24A: Number of Incidents with Thoracic Injuries

29 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 25A: Number of patients with thoracic injuries among those who died

30 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 26A: Number of incidents with abdominal injuries

31 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Figure 27A: Number of incidents with abdominal injuries among those who died

32 NTDB ® Pediatric Report 2006 © American College of Surgeons All Rights Reserved Worldwide Resources for more information about NTDBwww.ntdb.org to transmit data to NTDBwww.ntdbdatacenter.com for information on the new data standardwww.ntdsdictionary.org


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