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1. Watercraft Safety

Watercraft Safety Watercraft Safety Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Watercraft Safety Watercraft Safety Aka (...) : Watercraft Safety , Water Craft From Related Chapters II. Personal Watercraft (e.g. Sci-Doo) of accident in last 5 years: 4.0 References Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Watercraft Safety." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Related Topics in Safety About FPnotebook.com is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary

2018 FP Notebook

2. Watercraft Safety

Watercraft Safety Watercraft Safety Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Watercraft Safety Watercraft Safety Aka (...) : Watercraft Safety , Water Craft From Related Chapters II. Personal Watercraft (e.g. Sci-Doo) of accident in last 5 years: 4.0 References Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Watercraft Safety." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Related Topics in Safety About FPnotebook.com is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary

2015 FP Notebook

3. Watercraft and watersport injuries in children: Trauma mechanisms and proposed prevention strategies. (PubMed)

). There was a trend towards higher ISS after towed tubing (24.8 ± 12.4) compared to all other mechanisms (15.1±7.7). Mean length of stay was longer after towed tubing accidents (14.2 ± 7.2 versus 4.9 ± 3.4 days). All patients survived and eventually were discharged home. In one of the incidences, involving 2 victims of this series, the driver of the boat was intoxicated with alcohol.Pediatric watercraft-related accidents are infrequent, but often result in major injuries. More awareness for safety measures (...) Watercraft and watersport injuries in children: Trauma mechanisms and proposed prevention strategies. Watercraft-associated trauma (WAT) in children has received little attention so far, despite the potentially severe and debilitating resulting injuries. The aim of this study was to evaluate all cases of major watercraft-associated trauma admitted to the Children's of Alabama during the past 10 years, identify patterns in mechanism and injury, and propose future prevention strategies.We

2013 Journal of Pediatric Surgery

4. Hydrostatic rectosigmoid perforation: a rare personal watercraft injury. (PubMed)

Hydrostatic rectosigmoid perforation: a rare personal watercraft injury. Personal watercrafts (PWC), also known as jet skis, seadoos, and wave-runners have risen in popularity since their introduction in the 1970s. Hydrostatic rectal injury is a rare presentation of passengers thrown off a PWC. The perforation of the rectum is owing to the excessive hydrostatic force of water exerted through the anal canal. We present the first case of rectosigmoid perforation secondary to PWC hydrostatic (...) was oversewn as a Hartman pouch, and a proximal end colostomy was performed to divert the fecal stream. Management of traumatic pediatric rectal injuries involves detailed perineal examination with proctoscopy, and if warranted, exploratory laparotomy. Despite the rare occurrence of hydrostatic rectal perforations in Canada, it is a serious and potentially devastating injury. In the United States, the National Transportation Safety Board recommends wet suit bottoms for all pediatric PWC operators

2011 Journal of Pediatric Surgery

5. Policy Statement?Child Passenger Safety

, Violence, and Poison Prevention, Council on School Health . School transportation safety . 16. American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Injury and Poison Prevention . All-terrain vehicle injury prevention: two-, three-, and four-wheeled unlicensed motor vehicles . 17. American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Injury and Poison Prevention . Bicycle helmets . 18. American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Injury and Poison Prevention . Personal watercraft use by children and adolescents . 19 (...) Policy Statement?Child Passenger Safety Child Passenger Safety | From the American Academy of Pediatrics | Pediatrics '); document.write(''); } function OAS_AD(pos) { if (OAS_version >= 11 && typeof(OAS_RICH)!='undefined') { OAS_RICH(pos); } else { OAS_NORMAL(pos); } } //--> Search for this keyword Source User menu Sections Sign up for highlighting editor-chosen studies with the greatest impact on clinical care. revised Child Passenger Safety Committee on Injury, Violence, and Poison Prevention

2011 American Academy of Pediatrics

6. All-Terrain Vehicle Injuries, Prevention of

Association Trauma Committee position statement on the use of all-terrain vehicles by children and youth. J Pediatr Surg . 2009;44(8):1638–1639. Yanchar NL. Preventing injuries from all-terrain vehicles. Paediatr Child Health . 2012;17(9):513–514. American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). Motorized recreational vehicle and watercraft safety. Policy statement. Ann Emerg Med . 2013;61(6):725–726. Franklin RC, Knight S, Lower T. Mount Isa statement on quad bike safety. Rural Remote Health . 2014;14(3 (...) . Address for reprints: Rishi Rattan, MD, 1800 NW 10th Ave, Ste T215 (D-40), Miami, FL 33136; email: . Abstract BACKGROUND Despite increasing usage since their introduction, there exist no evidence-based guidelines on all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and injury prevention . While the power and speed of these vehicles has increased over time, advancements in ATV safety have been rare. METHODS A priori questions about ATV injury pattern and the effect of helmet and safety equipment use and legislation

2018 Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma

7. 2015 Revised Utstein-Style Recommended Guidelines for Uniform Reporting of Data From Drowning-Related Resuscitation: An ILCOR Advisory Statement

nonmoving water How was the person removed from the water (if known)? Supplementary Specify method of removal Who removed the victim? Lifeguard, first responder, citizen responder (bystander)How was the victim removed? Swimming, boat, personal watercraft, jet ski, rescue board, helicopter/air rescue CPR indicates cardiopulmonary resuscitation; EMS, emergency medical services; and Y/N/U, yes/no/unknown. Table 4. Time Points and Time Intervals From First Responder or EMS Data Data Element Priority

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2017 American Heart Association

8. An update to the Greig Health Record: Preventive health care visits for children and adolescents aged 6 to 17 years ? Technical report

and age are available from Transport Canada, Parachute and the Canadian Paediatric Society. Driving safety should be discussed, particularly related to being in any motorized vehicle – including watercraft and snowmobiles – as a driver or passenger while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. - There is fair evidence for the negative effects of driving under the influence of marijuana. In contrast to driver education training programs, graduated licences appear to be effective in crash prevention (...) for the purpose of case-finding, as needed, and can be used at the clinician’s discretion. related to preventive care visits accompany the checklist tables. The first two pages focus on nutrition, sleep, safety and Internet resources and are designed to download, print and share with patients or parents. Growth Charts The WHO growth charts, adapted for Canada and released in 2010 by the Dieticians of Canada, Canadian Paediatric Society, Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group, College of Family Physicians

2016 Canadian Paediatric Society

9. Identification of Swimmers in Distress Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Experience at the Mont-Tremblant IRONMAN Triathlon. (PubMed)

., lifeguards on the ground and on watercraft). In addition, we investigated the feasibility of using UAVs for medical surveillance at a triathlon event in terms of operations, costs, safety, legal parameters, and added value. Prior to the race, we screened participants for medical conditions that could elevate their risk of injury during the swim portion of the triathlon. Athletes deemed to be at increased risk were given a yellow swimming cap to enhance their surveillance by trained observers watching (...) mobilization of water rescue boats; UAV surveillance identified 1 of these 5 distress events before it was seen by lifeguards on rescue boats. None of the athletes in the IRONMAN suffered an adverse event while swimming. Several technical and safety issues related to UAV surveillance arose including poor visibility, equipment loss, and flight autonomy. Conclusion: While our preliminary findings suggest that using UAVs to identify distressed swimmers during an IRONMAN race is feasible and safe, more

2019 Prehospital emergency care

10. Factors associated with injuries occurring aboard vessels in Alaska: differences between residents and nonresidents. (PubMed)

to return to their homes under less than optimal traveling conditions.This study employed a retrospective, case-comparison analysis to identify differences in factors associated with recreational injuries acquired aboard watercraft that resulted in hospitalizations of residents and nonresidents of Alaska during 1991 to 2000. Tests of proportions were conducted to elucidate differences in demographic characteristics and injury precursors between the two subgroups. Specific injury outcomes were (...) other than their homes, and to experience postinjury disabilities.Alaska residents and nonresidents in this study showed significant differences in demographics, precipitating events, and injury outcomes. The findings lend support for targeted safety promotion programs.

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2017 Journal of Travel Medicine

11. International travelers and unintentional fatal drowning in Australia-a 10 year review 2002-12. (PubMed)

for drowning deaths included beaches (39.0%), ocean/harbour (22.0%) and swimming pools (12.2%). Leading activities prior to drowning included swimming (52.0%), diving (17.9%) and watercraft incidents (13.0%).. International travelers pose a unique challenge from a drowning prevention perspective. The ability to exchange information on water safety is complicated due to potential language barriers, possible differences in swimming ability, different attitudes to safety in the traveler's home country (...) and culture, a lack of opportunities to discuss safety, a relaxed attitude to safety which may result in an increase in risk taking behaviour and alcohol consumption.. Prevention is vital both to reduce loss of life in the aquatic environment and promote Australia as a safe and enjoyable holiday destination for international travelers.© International Society of Travel Medicine, 2016. All rights reserved. For permissions, please e-mail: journals.permissions@oup.com.

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2016 Journal of Travel Medicine

12. Knowledge of Alcohol Impairment in Boaters in Southern Illinois. (PubMed)

and rivers during July 2011. Participants completed a survey of alcohol use and impaired boating knowledge consisting of six multiple-choice questions. A χ(2) analysis was used to assess knowledge differences by demographic variables.Two hundred and ten people participated. Less than one fourth of participants correctly answered 4 of the 5 knowledge questions. Eighty-four percent correctly reported the watercraft blood alcohol legal limit. Eighty-one percent erroneously believed that it was more (...) ) campaigns might falsely imply imbibing-passenger safety. Public health officials should readdress the dangers of passenger drinking, especially with the younger age group, to help decrease alcohol-related morbidity and mortality.Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

2014 Journal of Emergency Medicine

13. Near Drowning (Follow-up)

14 years sustained personal watercraft injuries. [ ] In 2000, only one third of children in this age group were wearing PFDs. As of 2009, 38 states had enacted boating safety statutes, requiring children to wear Coast Guard–approved PFDs at all times when on boats or near open water. All children should be taught to swim with a buddy, to check for posted danger warnings, and to check the water carefully for depth and possible injurious objects before diving into water. Children should also (...) from preventable omissions of basic safety methods, such as the following [ , ] : Leaving young children unattended at water sites Absent or inadequate pool fencing Faulty pool design and poor pool maintenance Poor lifeguard-to-swimmer ratios Poorly trained lifeguards Lifeguard distraction and competing duties In most instances, drowning and near drowning can be prevented with simple safety measures and common sense. Most children younger than 5 years enter a swimming pool directly adjacent

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

14. Near Drowning (Diagnosis)

boating and jet- or water-skiing. Use of alcohol or other recreational drugs is not appropriate when swimming or engaging in other water sports, as well as when operating or riding in motorized watercraft. Appropriate boating equipment should be used, including personal flotation devices, and all boaters must understand weather and water conditions. Parents are strongly urged to learn CPR and water safety training in case rescue and resuscitation are needed. A 1990 study found that 86% of pool owners (...) of water. Most of these victims drown during a brief (< 5 min) lapse in adult supervision. Bathtub and pail drownings may represent child abuse; carefully examine the child for other evidence of injury, review the child's history for previous events, and review the details of the incident very carefully with the child's parent or guardian. [ , ] Children aged 1-5 years Residential swimming pools are the most common venue. [ , , ] The US Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that a swimming pool

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

15. Near Drowning (Treatment)

14 years sustained personal watercraft injuries. [ ] In 2000, only one third of children in this age group were wearing PFDs. As of 2009, 38 states had enacted boating safety statutes, requiring children to wear Coast Guard–approved PFDs at all times when on boats or near open water. All children should be taught to swim with a buddy, to check for posted danger warnings, and to check the water carefully for depth and possible injurious objects before diving into water. Children should also (...) from preventable omissions of basic safety methods, such as the following [ , ] : Leaving young children unattended at water sites Absent or inadequate pool fencing Faulty pool design and poor pool maintenance Poor lifeguard-to-swimmer ratios Poorly trained lifeguards Lifeguard distraction and competing duties In most instances, drowning and near drowning can be prevented with simple safety measures and common sense. Most children younger than 5 years enter a swimming pool directly adjacent

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

16. Near Drowning (Overview)

drugs is not appropriate when swimming or engaging in other water sports, as well as when operating or riding in motorized watercraft. Appropriate boating equipment should be used, including personal flotation devices, and all boaters must understand weather and water conditions. Parents are strongly urged to learn CPR and water safety training in case rescue and resuscitation are needed. A 1990 study found that 86% of pool owners supported voluntary CPR training, while 40% of those surveyed (...) of these victims drown during a brief (< 5 min) lapse in adult supervision. Bathtub and pail drownings may represent child abuse; carefully examine the child for other evidence of injury, review the child's history for previous events, and review the details of the incident very carefully with the child's parent or guardian. [ , ] Children aged 1-5 years Residential swimming pools are the most common venue. [ , , ] The US Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that a swimming pool is 14 times more likely

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

17. Drowning (Follow-up)

14 years sustained personal watercraft injuries. [ ] In 2000, only one third of children in this age group were wearing PFDs. As of 2009, 38 states had enacted boating safety statutes, requiring children to wear Coast Guard–approved PFDs at all times when on boats or near open water. All children should be taught to swim with a buddy, to check for posted danger warnings, and to check the water carefully for depth and possible injurious objects before diving into water. Children should also (...) from preventable omissions of basic safety methods, such as the following [ , ] : Leaving young children unattended at water sites Absent or inadequate pool fencing Faulty pool design and poor pool maintenance Poor lifeguard-to-swimmer ratios Poorly trained lifeguards Lifeguard distraction and competing duties In most instances, drowning and near drowning can be prevented with simple safety measures and common sense. Most children younger than 5 years enter a swimming pool directly adjacent

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

18. Drowning (Treatment)

14 years sustained personal watercraft injuries. [ ] In 2000, only one third of children in this age group were wearing PFDs. As of 2009, 38 states had enacted boating safety statutes, requiring children to wear Coast Guard–approved PFDs at all times when on boats or near open water. All children should be taught to swim with a buddy, to check for posted danger warnings, and to check the water carefully for depth and possible injurious objects before diving into water. Children should also (...) from preventable omissions of basic safety methods, such as the following [ , ] : Leaving young children unattended at water sites Absent or inadequate pool fencing Faulty pool design and poor pool maintenance Poor lifeguard-to-swimmer ratios Poorly trained lifeguards Lifeguard distraction and competing duties In most instances, drowning and near drowning can be prevented with simple safety measures and common sense. Most children younger than 5 years enter a swimming pool directly adjacent

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

19. Drowning (Diagnosis)

drugs is not appropriate when swimming or engaging in other water sports, as well as when operating or riding in motorized watercraft. Appropriate boating equipment should be used, including personal flotation devices, and all boaters must understand weather and water conditions. Parents are strongly urged to learn CPR and water safety training in case rescue and resuscitation are needed. A 1990 study found that 86% of pool owners supported voluntary CPR training, while 40% of those surveyed (...) of these victims drown during a brief (< 5 min) lapse in adult supervision. Bathtub and pail drownings may represent child abuse; carefully examine the child for other evidence of injury, review the child's history for previous events, and review the details of the incident very carefully with the child's parent or guardian. [ , ] Children aged 1-5 years Residential swimming pools are the most common venue. [ , , ] The US Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that a swimming pool is 14 times more likely

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

20. Drowning (Overview)

drugs is not appropriate when swimming or engaging in other water sports, as well as when operating or riding in motorized watercraft. Appropriate boating equipment should be used, including personal flotation devices, and all boaters must understand weather and water conditions. Parents are strongly urged to learn CPR and water safety training in case rescue and resuscitation are needed. A 1990 study found that 86% of pool owners supported voluntary CPR training, while 40% of those surveyed (...) of these victims drown during a brief (< 5 min) lapse in adult supervision. Bathtub and pail drownings may represent child abuse; carefully examine the child for other evidence of injury, review the child's history for previous events, and review the details of the incident very carefully with the child's parent or guardian. [ , ] Children aged 1-5 years Residential swimming pools are the most common venue. [ , , ] The US Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that a swimming pool is 14 times more likely

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

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