Jesper Weile

Childhood Trampoline Injuries

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Childhood Trampoline Injuries. / Huynh, Thi Anh Nhi; Andersen, Malene Møller; Petersen, Poul; Hansen, Torben Bæk; Kirkegaard, Hans; Weile, Jesper.

I: Danish Medical Journal, Bind 65, Nr. 11, 01.11.2018.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Huynh TAN, Andersen MM, Petersen P, Hansen TB, Kirkegaard H, Weile J. 2018. Childhood Trampoline Injuries. Danish Medical Journal. 65(11).

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Huynh, Thi Anh Nhi o.a.. "Childhood Trampoline Injuries". Danish Medical Journal. 2018. 65(11).

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Huynh TAN, Andersen MM, Petersen P, Hansen TB, Kirkegaard H, Weile J. Childhood Trampoline Injuries. Danish Medical Journal. 2018 nov 1;65(11).

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Huynh, Thi Anh Nhi ; Andersen, Malene Møller ; Petersen, Poul ; Hansen, Torben Bæk ; Kirkegaard, Hans ; Weile, Jesper. / Childhood Trampoline Injuries. I: Danish Medical Journal. 2018 ; Bind 65, Nr. 11.

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title = "Childhood Trampoline Injuries",
abstract = "INTRODUCTION: With the increasing use of recreational trampolines, more injuries are seen in emergency departments (ED). Little is known about the relationship between adherence to safety precautions and injuries. This retrospective study aims to describe the types of injuries and the precautions taken when using trampolines, and to investigate the relationship between injuries and safety precautions.METHODS: We reviewed patient lists and the medical records of children younger than 18 years who were treated between 1 April and 30 September 2014 at the ED of Hospital Unit West, Denmark. Demographic data and type of injury were recorded. Patients or guardians were contacted for a structured telephone interview to describe the safety precautions they had taken before the injury occurred. A total of 113 patients were identified, and 100 patients were included in the phone interviews. A total of 13 patients were excluded due to incorrect/missing phone numbers or lack of a Danish home address.RESULTS: 6% of all children treated in the ED had trampoline-related injuries. A total of 58 (51.3%) patients had fracture injuries, and 55 (48.7%) patients had non-fracture injuries. 4% had complied with all five recommended safety precautions.CONCLUSIONS: This study describes types of injuries and safety precautions related to trampoline use. 6% of all children in the ED had an injury related to trampoline use. 4% complied with all five recommended safety precautions.",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Childhood Trampoline Injuries

AU - Huynh, Thi Anh Nhi

AU - Andersen, Malene Møller

AU - Petersen, Poul

AU - Hansen, Torben Bæk

AU - Kirkegaard, Hans

AU - Weile, Jesper

PY - 2018/11/1

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N2 - INTRODUCTION: With the increasing use of recreational trampolines, more injuries are seen in emergency departments (ED). Little is known about the relationship between adherence to safety precautions and injuries. This retrospective study aims to describe the types of injuries and the precautions taken when using trampolines, and to investigate the relationship between injuries and safety precautions.METHODS: We reviewed patient lists and the medical records of children younger than 18 years who were treated between 1 April and 30 September 2014 at the ED of Hospital Unit West, Denmark. Demographic data and type of injury were recorded. Patients or guardians were contacted for a structured telephone interview to describe the safety precautions they had taken before the injury occurred. A total of 113 patients were identified, and 100 patients were included in the phone interviews. A total of 13 patients were excluded due to incorrect/missing phone numbers or lack of a Danish home address.RESULTS: 6% of all children treated in the ED had trampoline-related injuries. A total of 58 (51.3%) patients had fracture injuries, and 55 (48.7%) patients had non-fracture injuries. 4% had complied with all five recommended safety precautions.CONCLUSIONS: This study describes types of injuries and safety precautions related to trampoline use. 6% of all children in the ED had an injury related to trampoline use. 4% complied with all five recommended safety precautions.

AB - INTRODUCTION: With the increasing use of recreational trampolines, more injuries are seen in emergency departments (ED). Little is known about the relationship between adherence to safety precautions and injuries. This retrospective study aims to describe the types of injuries and the precautions taken when using trampolines, and to investigate the relationship between injuries and safety precautions.METHODS: We reviewed patient lists and the medical records of children younger than 18 years who were treated between 1 April and 30 September 2014 at the ED of Hospital Unit West, Denmark. Demographic data and type of injury were recorded. Patients or guardians were contacted for a structured telephone interview to describe the safety precautions they had taken before the injury occurred. A total of 113 patients were identified, and 100 patients were included in the phone interviews. A total of 13 patients were excluded due to incorrect/missing phone numbers or lack of a Danish home address.RESULTS: 6% of all children treated in the ED had trampoline-related injuries. A total of 58 (51.3%) patients had fracture injuries, and 55 (48.7%) patients had non-fracture injuries. 4% had complied with all five recommended safety precautions.CONCLUSIONS: This study describes types of injuries and safety precautions related to trampoline use. 6% of all children in the ED had an injury related to trampoline use. 4% complied with all five recommended safety precautions.

M3 - Journal article

VL - 65

JO - Danish Medical Journal

JF - Danish Medical Journal

SN - 2245-1919

IS - 11

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