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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: [emergency Care For Victims Of Violence And Accidents: Differences In The Epidemiological Profile Between The Public And Private Health Services. Viva--campinas, São Paulo, Brazil, 2009].
Author: Belon, Ana Paula
da Silveira, Naoko Yanagizawa Jardim
Barros, Marilisa Berti de Azevedo
Baldo, Caroline
da Silva, Marta Maria Alves
Abstract: The scope of this study is to analyze the differences in the profile of emergency care for external causes between public and private emergency departments. With data come from VIVA-Campinas 2009, the association between the nature of healthcare and the characteristics of the victims was verified using the chi-square test. Using Poisson regression, proportion ratios of care in the public and private network were estimated. In the sample of 1094 victims, 67.8% were treated by public health. Traffic accidents, animal-related accidents, and assaults were 2 times higher in public units, whereas collisions with objects and sprains were 75% and 2.7 times higher in private units. Cranium-encephalic trauma/polytrauma and cuts/lacerations were 3.8 times and 61% more frequent in public care, while victims with no injuries, with dislocations/sprains or fractures being predominant in private care. Head and multiple organ injuries, road accident and work-related injuries, the use of public transport or mobile emergency care services/ambulances were predominant in public care. Revealing significant differences in care in public and private care can contribute to the organization of healthcare.
Subject: Accidents
Adult
Brazil
Emergency Medical Services
Female
Humans
Male
Private Sector
Public Sector
Violence
Young Adult
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22996880
Date Issue: 2012
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