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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Occupational Accidents And Health-related Quality Of Life: A Study In Three Hospitals [accidentes De Trabajo Y Calidad De Vida: Un Estudio En Tres Hospitales]
Author: Monteiro C.M.
Benatti M.C.C.
Rodrigues R.C.M.
Abstract: This study analyzed the occurrence of occupational accidents among hospital workers between 2000 and 2005 and health-related quality of life of a sample of injured workers in 2005. Data obtained through occupational accident reports indicated 286 injured workers. In typical accidents (91.6%), accidents with piercing-cutting instruments affected 68.5% of workers. The results related to health-related quality of life obtained from 61 injured workers in 2005, through the SF-36 Medical Outcomes Study 36 - item short form health survey, evidenced high average values in most of the analyzed domains, while the lowest score observed was Vitality and Bodily Pain. No significant differences in health-related quality of life were found among injured workers from the three studied hospitals.
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Date Issue: 2009
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