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Traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injury: Related Medical Incidence Statistics

  • Each year 1,035 per 100,000 0-4 year olds (200,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 603 per 100,000 5-9 year olds (122,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 567 per 100,000 10-14 year olds (113,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 661 per 100,000 15-19 year olds (129,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 429 per 100,000 20-24 year olds (79,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 358 per 100,000 25-34 year olds (146,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 291 per 100,000 35-44 year olds (129,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 211 per 100,000 45-54 year olds (75,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 151 per 100,000 55-64 year olds (35,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 158 per 100,000 65-74 year olds (29,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 336 per 100,000 people (54,000) over 75 years visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 403 per 100,000 people (1,111,000) visited an emergency department for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 79.9 per 100,000 0-4 year olds (15,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 53 per 100,000 5-9 year olds (11,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 57 per 100,000 10-14 year olds (11,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 129 per 100,000 15-19 year olds (25,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 99 per 100,000 20-24 year olds (18,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 74 per 30,000 25-34 year olds (146,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 67 per 100,000 35-44 year olds (29,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 58 per 100,000 45-54 year olds (20,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 62 per 100,000 55-64 year olds (14,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 87 per 100,000 65-74 year olds (16,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 272 per 100,000 people (44,000) over 75 years required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 85 per 100,000 people (235,000) required hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)

Traumatic brain injury: Related Death Statistics

  • Each year 5.7 per 100,000 0-4 year olds (1,099) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 3.1 per 100,000 5-9 year olds (628,000) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 4.8 per 100,000 10-14 year olds (957,000) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 24.3 per 100,000 15-19 year olds (4,756) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 27.5 per 100,000 20-24 year olds (5,092) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 18.9 per 100,000 25-34 year olds (7,720) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 17.2 per 100,000 35-44 year olds (7,619) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 16.4 per 100,000 45-54 year olds (5,776) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 17 per 100,000 55-64 year olds (3,927) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 22.5 per 100,000 65-74 year olds (4,188) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 50.6 per 100,000 people (8,095) over 75 years died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 18.1 per 100,000 people (49,900) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 9.2 per 100,000 females (12,978 females) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 27.3 per 100,000 females (36,922 females) died due to a traumatic brain injury in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 26% of people who died due to a traumatic brain injury were females in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)
  • Each year 74% of people who died due to a traumatic brain injury were males in the US 1995-2001 (Traumatic Brain Injury in the US, DHHS, CDC, 2004)

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