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What is Natural accidents?

What is Natural accidents?

An accidental injury that results from the natural environment. Examples of such accidents are those resulting from bush fires, avalanches and ...more »

  • Natural accidents: Accidents that occur in nature.

Natural accidents: Introduction

Types of Natural accidents:

Broader types of Natural accidents:

How many people get Natural accidents?

Incidence (annual) of Natural accidents: 4,758 annual cases in Victoria 1996 of natural/environmental factors (DHS-VIC)
Incidence Rate of Natural accidents: approx 1 in 958 or 0.10% or 283,800 people in USA [about data]

What causes Natural accidents?

Causes of Natural accidents: see causes of Natural accidents

What are the symptoms of Natural accidents?

Symptoms of Natural accidents: see symptoms of Natural accidents

Natural accidents: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Natural accidents.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Natural accidents.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Natural accidents: Emergency Medical Physician ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Natural accidents.
Treatments for Natural accidents: see treatments for Natural accidents

Organs Affected by Natural accidents:

Organs and body systems related to Natural accidents include:

Name and Aliases of Natural accidents

Main name of condition: Natural accidents

Class of Condition for Natural accidents: physical

Other names or spellings for Natural accidents:

Environmental accidents


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