Accidentes en la infancia: Su prevención, tarea prioritaria en este milenio

October 2007
Revista Chilena de Pediatría;oct2007, Vol. 78, p57
Academic Journal
Accidents and violence represent in Chile and Latinoamerican countries one of the leading mortality causes. Epidemiologic features of these health problems are described, with emphasis in prevention strategies.


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