Vol - 25, Issue - 8
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-23-07-2020-547
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Abstract : Worldwide the importance of road accidents (RTAs) is growing and substantially contributes to the global burden of disease. Road injuries are a significant cause of both inner and outer wounds, and many cannot be handled with clear clothing. There is no available information on road incidents in a Najaf city climate. The study identified the damage and outcomes of road accident victims in the Najaf city and developed protocols for treatment. Materials ad methods: The R.T.A form data on age, sex, ethnicity, street patient condition, trauma area, and type of injury have been registered in Al-Sader medical teaching city a Najaf city between January 2015 and January 2019 for a total of 100 people who were associated with road accidents. Registry therapy and tests were obtained. The results: Road injuries are a significant public health issue in a Najaf city and make an important contribution to unacceptably high morbidity and mortality, around 84% of people between the ages of 21 and 31 were 29%, 43% for the regeneration of one regeneration and about 81.82 % treated in surgery with a death risk of 12% for the head and neck. Conclusion: injury is leading to death for young adults who use motor vehicles in a Najaf city, where growing developmental, overcrowding and little respect for 'road rules' are standard concerns in the emerging city

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