Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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To correlate subjective Morbidity and Mortality in road traffic accidents
Ashokkumar Rajaput , Faisal Nasim Gilani , Sanjeev M Katte , Amjad dastageermirzanaik , Dipti Basavaraj Sanakal , Jay Prakash Singh Rajput , Zarrin Afroz
The development of science in various aspects of human life has evolved far more superior, sophisticated, and lethal weapons of assault like household items, atomic energy etc. Due to the effect of urban civilization, Road traffic accidents are going to be increased and it takes approx. 1.2 million people’s life. Greatest difficulty in their management and in the timely diagnosis. Hence, aim of study is to get knowledge and to assess the pattern of the blunt chest injuries among accident victims travelling in different modes of road transportation. Material and Methods: Data was collected from 100 cases of death by road traffic accident that were brought for medico-legal autopsy at the mortuary of Forensic Medicine Department, Rajrajeswari Medical College and Hospital Bengaluru, during the period from December 2013 to May 2015.
Road Traffic Accident, Blunt trauma, Thoraco injury
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