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Agricultural injury surveillance: occupational health nurse's role


, : Agricultural injury surveillance: occupational health nurse's role. Aaohn Journal 41(9): 434-436

1. Iowa farmers die from work related injuries at a rate of two to three times the rate of manufacturing workers. Farming ranks second highest in occupational fatalities in Iowa. 2. While all deaths involved multiple causal factors, the tractor was the most frequent agent of injury causing death. 3. In Iowa, 89% of agriculture related deaths occur in males. 4. Iowa was the first state to require statewide reporting of agriculture related injuries for the purpose of planning interventions.

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