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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Spatial Distribution Of Risks For Work-related Injuries In A City Of Southeastern E Brazil [topologia Do Risco De Acidentes Do Trabalho Em Piracicaba, Sp]
Author: Zangirolani L.T.O.
Cordeiro R.
de Medeiros M.A.T.
Stephan C.
Abstract: Objective: To assess spatial distribution of risks for work-related injuries controlled for nutritional variables and other covariables. Methods: Hospital-based spatial case-control study with work-related injuries spatial distribution as the main variable of interest. A total of 794 workers were selected between May and October 2004. Inclusion criteria for cases (N=263) were: worker with work-related injury; living in Piracicaba (Southeastern Brazil); age between 15 and 60 years old; and cared at an orthopedics and trauma center. Controls (N=531) met the same criteria for age and residence, but had non-work-related injuries and workers accompanying cases were included as well. Spatial distribution was estimated by adjusting a generalized additive model with geographical coordinates of cases and controls as spatial non-linear component and the remaining covariables as linear components. Results: The variation of estimated spatial risks for work-related injuries controlled for gender (OR=1.87, p<0.001), schooling (OR=0.85, p<0.0001), self-employed (OR=0.36, p<0.01), and waist circumference (OR=0.98, p=0.05) showed that the mideastern area and north-to-south "strip" have higher risk for injuries. Conclusions: The use of geoprocessing tools and nutritional variables can provide input for understanding the universe of risks for work-related injuries. Further investigation exploring these factors is needed.
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Date Issue: 2008
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