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2004
Cohen, Jacqueline . Alternative Data Sources for the Study of Assault. Part 2 of Final Report to National Institute of Justice. .
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1995
(author unknown) . BB and Pellet Gun-Related Injuries -- United States, June 1992-May 1994 . Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. 44, (49), 909-913.
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1999
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Decline in fatal and nonfatal firearm-related injuries in the United States. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. 48, (45), 1029-1034.
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1996
Davis, Y.,  Annest, J.L.,  Powell, K.E.,  Mercy, J.A. . An evaluation of the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System for use in monitoring nonfatal firearm injuries and obtaining national estimates. Journal of Safety Research. 27, (2), 83-91.
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2000
Zawitz, Marianne W.,  Strom, Kevin J. Firearm Injury and Death from Crime, 1993-97. NCJ 182993, United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.
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2000
Anonymous . From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fatal and nonfatal firearm-related injuries--United States, 1993-1997. JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association. 283, (1), 47-48.
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1998
Mitka, Mike . Good news on guns--but not for everyone. JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association. 280, (5), 403-404.
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2001
Anonymous . Gun deaths, injuries decline. Nation's Health. 31, (5), 4 -
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2001
Powell, Elizabeth C.,  Jovtis, Edward,  Tanz, Robert R. Incidence and circumstances of nonfatal firearm-related injuries among children and adolescent. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 155, (12), 1364-1368.
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2000
Beaman, Valerie,  Annest, Joseph L.,  Mercy, James A.,  Kresnow, Marcie-jo,  Pollock, Daniel A. Lethality of firearm-related injuries in the United States population. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 35, (3), 258-266.
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2000
Preboth, Monica . Morbidity and mortality related to firearm injuries. American Family Physician. 61, (7), 2265-2266.
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1997
Consumer Product Safety Commission . National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) Firearm Injury Special Study Instruction Manual. Washington, DC: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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1999
(author unknown) . National Electronic Surveillance System (NEISS) Sample Design and Implementation. Washington, DC: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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2000
Hootman, J.M.,  Annest, Joseph L.,  Mercy, James A.,  Ryan, G.W.,  Hargarten, S.W. . National estimates of non-fatal firearm related injuries other than gunshot wounds. Injury Prevention. 6, (4), 268-274.
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2004
Consumer Product Safety Commission . NEISS Coding Manual. Washington, DC: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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1997
(author unknown) . NEISS: National Electronic Injury Surveillance System: Sample Design and Implementation. Washington, DC: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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2001
Schroeder, Tom,  Ault, Kimberly . The NEISS Sample (Design and Implementation) 1997 to Present. Washington, DC: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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2001
Schroeder, Tom,  Ault, Kimberly . The NEISS Sample (Design and Implementation) from 1979 to 1996. Washington, DC: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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2004
Eber, Gabriel B.,  Annest, Joseph,  Mercy, James A.,  Ryan, George W. Nonfatal and fatal firearm-related injuries among children aged 14 years and younger: United States, 1993-2000. Pediatrics. 113, (6, Pt. 1), 1686-1692.
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1999
Anonymous . Nonfatal and fatal firearm-related injuries--United States, 1993-1997. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. 48, (45), 1029-1034.
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1995
McNeill, A.M.,  Annest, J.L. . The ongoing hazard of BB and pellet gun-related injuries in the United States. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 26, (2), 187-194.
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2004
DiScala, Carla,  Sege, Robert . Outcomes in children and young adults who are hospitalized for firearms-related injuries. Pediatrics. 113, (5), 1306-1312.
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2004
Vyrostek, Sara B.,  Annest, Joseph L.,  Ryan, George W. Surveillance for fatal and nonfatal Injuries, United States, 2001. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Surveillance Summaries. 53, (SS-7),
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2001
Gotsch, Karen E.,  Annest, Joseph L.,  Mercy, James A.,  Ryan, George W. Surveillance of fatal and nonfatal firearm-related injuries -- United States, 1993-1998. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Surveillance Summaries. 50, (SS-2), 1-32.
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