Global childhood unintentional injury surveillance in four cities in developing countries: a pilot study
Adnan A Hyder, David E Sugerman, Prasanthi Puvanachandra, Junaid Razzak, Hesham El-Sayed, Andres Isaza, Fazlur Rahman & Margie Peden
Volume 87, Number 5, May 2009, 345-352
Table 3. Road traffic injury data (n = 350): GCUIS data from four cities in Bangladesh, Colombia, Egypt and Pakistan, 2007
|Road traffic injury data||No.||%|
|Mode of transit (n = 307)a|
|Bus (≥ 10 people)||15||5|
|Pickup/LDV/van/jeep/minibus (< 10 people)||8||3|
|Animal or animal-drawn vehicle||3||1|
|Activity at impact (n = 148)a|
|Riding on the outside of the vehicle||7||5|
|Striking vehicle or object (n = 315)a|
GCUIS, global childhood unintentional injury surveillance; LDV, large domestic vehicle.
a Not all of the respondents whose children were involved in an RTI responded to these questions.
b Denotes children who were driving bicycles, mopeds or three-wheelers or prematurely driving cars and motorcycles.