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Number of Atlantic Canadian Deaths Caused By Injury in 2018
44
Injury is the leading cause of death for those up to age
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2018 Injury Healthcare Costs in Atlantic Canada

Data on Injuries


%  Some Important Statistics...
  • Injury is the leading cause of death for those aged 1-44 years old.
  • In 2018, injury caused 1,275 deaths in Atlantic Canada, 39 per 100,000 of those deaths are caused by unintentional injuries.
  • 13.9 per 100,000 of those deaths are caused by intentional or self-inflicted injuries.
  • Preventable injury within Atlantic Canada caused $1.3 billion dollars of direct healthcare costs in 2018.
  • Falls are the leading cause of injury, followed by suicide/self-harm, and transport incidents. 
  • Falls were leading cost of unintentional injury in Atlantic provinces ($760 million, 43% of total cost of injury primarily due to hospitalization rates), Followed by transport incidents ($256 million) and inflicted injury, suicide / self-harm ($201 million.                                                                                   

For more information and data on injuries, visit the Cost of Injury Infographics Tab

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