DECEMBER 15 - DAY OF PREVENTION OF TRAUMATISM | Print |
TRAUMATISM is a measure of the primary incidence, which is characterized by the number of all herbs, including poisoning and some other effects of external causes registered in a certain population group for a specific period of time. The highest level is observed in men aged 20-49 years, in women 30-59 years, and in men it is higher in all age groups.
Damage, or injury, it is customary to call the effect of an external factor (mechanical, physical, chemical, radioactive, X-ray, electrical, etc.) affecting a person, violating the structure and integrity of tissues and the normal course of physiological processes. Depending on the nature of the traumatized tissue, skin (bruises, wounds), subcutaneous (ligament ruptures, bone fractures, etc.) and cavitary (bruising, chest, abdominal, joint injuries) damage are distinguished. Trauma can be single (for example, fracture of some bone), multiple (several fractures), combined (broken bones with internal injuries) and combined (bone fracture and, for example, frostbite or burn, etc.). Injuries to tissues and organs are open, with violation of the integrity of the skin and mucous membranes, and closed without damaging the outer covers.
Injuries account for about 12% of the total number of diseases, are the third leading cause of death and the main cause in the age of 1-40 years.
What is the injury?
Road-transport
Industrial
Household injuries
Street injuries.
Children's household traumatism:
- Burns from hot plates, dishes, food, boiling water, steam, iron, electrical appliances and even open fire;
- falling from the bed, window, table and steps;
- suffocation from small items (coins, buttons, nuts, etc.);
- poisoning with household chemicals (insecticides, detergents, bleaches, etc.);
Prevention and reduction of injuries is possible only if joint actions of government agencies at the interagency level, support of ongoing activities (on the formation of a healthy and safe way of life) by public organizations and, very importantly, the broad masses of the population, as well as careful, careful and attentive treatment of oneself.
TRAUMATISM is a measure of the primary incidence, which is characterized by the number of all herbs, including poisoning and some other effects of external causes registered in a certain population group for a specific period of time. The highest level is observed in men aged 20-49 years, in women 30-59 years, and in men it is higher in all age groups.

Damage, or injury, it is customary to call the effect of an external factor (mechanical, physical, chemical, radioactive, X-ray, electrical, etc.) affecting a person, violating the structure and integrity of tissues and the normal course of physiological processes. Depending on the nature of the traumatized tissue, skin (bruises, wounds), subcutaneous (ligament ruptures, bone fractures, etc.) and cavitary (bruising, chest, abdominal, joint injuries) damage are distinguished. Trauma can be single (for example, fracture of some bone), multiple (several fractures), combined (broken bones with internal injuries) and combined (bone fracture and, for example, frostbite or burn, etc.). Injuries to tissues and organs are open, with violation of the integrity of the skin and mucous membranes, and closed without damaging the outer covers.

Injuries account for about 12% of the total number of diseases, are the third leading cause of death and the main cause in the age of 1-40 years.
What is the injury?
Road-transport
Industrial
Household injuries
Street injuries.
Children's household traumatism:
- Burns from hot plates, dishes, food, boiling water, steam, iron, electrical appliances and even open fire;
- falling from the bed, window, table and steps;
- suffocation from small items (coins, buttons, nuts, etc.);
- poisoning with household chemicals (insecticides, detergents, bleaches, etc.);
Prevention and reduction of injuries is possible only if joint actions of government agencies at the interagency level, support of ongoing activities (on the formation of a healthy and safe way of life) by public organizations and, very importantly, the broad masses of the population, as well as careful, careful and attentive treatment of oneself.