No place like home: A national study on firearm-related injuries in the American household
American Journal of Surgery
Phrase for Table of Contents: In an ACS-TQIP analysis of firearm-related injuries occurring at home, assault was the most prevalent mode of injury that required hospitalization, unintentional injury was the least prevalent, and intentional self-injury was the most lethal. Independent associations between age, race, psychiatric illness, and drug-use disorders and cause of injury were identified.
Kongkaewpaisan, Napaporn; El Hechi, Majed; El Moheb, Mohamad; Orlas, Claudia P.; Ortega, Gezzer; Mendoza, Melissa A.; Parks, Jonathan; Saillant, Noelle N.; Kaafarani, Haytham M.A.; and Mendoza, April E., "No place like home: A national study on firearm-related injuries in the American household" (2020). School of Public Health Faculty Publications. 279.