ID 110198
Title Transcription
コドモ ノ マワリ ワ キケン ガ イッパイ
Title Alternative
A lot of hazards around the children
Author
Matsuoka, Suguru Department of Pediatricus, Tokushima Municipal Hospital
Mori, Kazuhiro Department of Pediatricus, Tokushima Municipal Hospital
Yamagami, Takashi Department of Pediatricus, Tokushima Municipal Hospital
Takamatsu, Masanori Department of Pediatricus, Tokushima Municipal Hospital
Ohnishi, Tatsuya Department of Pediatricus, Tokushima Municipal Hospital
Keywords
hazards around children
accident
vaccine
hidden dangers
animation
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
Children die in most under the age of 12 months(2.8 per 1,000 person), specially in the age of 1 month. The most causes of death are anomaly of chromosome and congenital diseases. The born of immature baby is increasing in these years, and that relate with mother’s smoking, excessive diet and late marriage. The first cause of children’s death between the age of 1 years and 14 years is accidents including suffocation, drowning, burn, traffic accident and etc. Second cause is congenital anomaly and malignant neoplasm a. The most of suffocation, drowning, burn and traffic accident are preventable by paying attention and doing first aids. The importance of prevention of child injury and death is to recognize many hazards around the children and take away those from the children. Vaccines are most effective to protect the child from common infection, However, vaccine schedule in Japan is late, comparing with the developing countries in North America and Europe. They start prevention of Rota V, MMR, human-pappiloma V, chicken pox, HBV, HAV, Hib, pneumococcus and meningococcus. Adults also should take care the hidden dangers like visual picture and animation. Because excessive use is harmful to not only eye but also mental health and lose physical exercise.
Journal Title
四国医学雑誌
ISSN
00373699
NCID
AN00102041
Publisher
徳島医学会
Volume
63
Issue
5-6
Start Page
178
End Page
182
Sort Key
178
Published Date
2007-12-20
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jpn
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