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2009
Carter, Elizabeth Ann . Advancing Methods for the Use of Surveillance Data in Sports Injury Research. Dissertation, George Washington University.
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2008
Schaefer, M.K.,  Shehab, N.,  Cohen, A.L.,  Budnitz, D.S. . Adverse events attributable to cough and cold medications in children. Pediatrics. 121, (4), 783-787.
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2013
Shults, Ruth A.,  West, Bethany A.,  Rudd, Rose A.,  Helmkamp, James C. All-terrain vehicle-related nonfatal injuries among young riders in the United States, 2001-2010. Pediatrics. 132, (2), 282-289.
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2011
Manthripragada, Angelika D.,  Zhou, Esther H.,  Budnitz, Daniel S.,  Lovegrove, Maribeth C.,  Willy, Mary E. Characterization of acetaminophen overdose-related emergency department visits and hospitalizations in the United States. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 20, (8), 819-826.
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2013
Jason, Janine . Community-acquired, non-occupational needlestick injuries treated in US emergency departmnets. Journal of Public Health. 35, (3), 422-430.
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2010
Stevens, Judy A.,  Teh, S.L.,  Haileyesus, Tadesse . Dogs and cats as environmental fall hazards. Journal of Safety Research. 41, (1), 69-73.
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2012
Laosse, Orapin C.,  Gilchrist, Julie,  Rudd, Rose A. Drowning - United States, 2005-2009. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. 61, (19), 344-347.
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2009
Willy, M.,  Kelly, J. P.,  Nourja, P.,  Kaufman, D. W.,  Budnitz, D. S.,  Staffa, J. Emergency department visits attributed to selected analgesics, United States, 2004-2005. Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Safety. 18, 188-195.
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2008
Shehab, N.,  Patel, P.R., Srinivasan, A.,  Budnitz, D.S. . Emergency department visits for antibiotic associated adverse events. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 47, 735-743.
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2010
Bakhos, Lisa L.,  Lockhart, Gregory R.,  Myers, Richard,  Linakis, James G. Emergency department visits for concussion in young child athletes. Pediatrics. 126, (3), e550-e556.
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2014
Amanullah, Siraj,  Heneghan, Julia A.,  Steele, Dale W.,  Mello, Michael J.,  Linakis, James G. Emergency department visits resulting from intentional injury in and out of school. Pediatrics. 133, (2), 254-261.
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2011
Orces, Carlos H.,  Martinez, Fidel J. Epidemiology of fall related forearm and wrist fractures among adults treated in US hospital emergency departments. Injury Prevention. 17, (1), 33-36.
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2013
Chen, William S.,  Dunn, Roger Y.,  Chen, Allison J.,  Linakis, James G. Epidemiology of nonfatal bicycle injuries presenting to United States emergency departments, 2001-2008. Academic Emergency Medicine. 20, (6), 570-575.
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2006
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Fatalities and injuries from falls among older adults, United States, 1993-2003 and 2001-2005. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. 55, (45), 1221-1224.
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2011
Hartholt, Klaas A.,  Stevens, Judy A.,  Polinder, Suzanne' van der Cammen, Tischa J.M.,  Patka, Peter . Increase in fall-related hospitalization in the United States, 2001-2008. Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection and Critical Care. 71, (1), 255-258.
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2009
Mao, Shengyi J.,  McKenzie, Lara B.,  Xiang, Huiyun,  Smith, Gary A. Injuries associated with bathtubs and showers among children in the United States. Pediatrics. 124, (2), 541-547.
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2009
Mello, Michael J.,  Myers, Richard,  Christian, Jennifer B.,  Palmisciano, Lynne,  Linakis, James G. Injuries in youth football: National emergency department visits during 2001-2005 for young and adolescent players. Academic Emergency Medicine. 16, (3), 243-248.
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2013
2007
Budnitz, D.S.,  Shehab, N.,  Kegler, S.R.,  Richards, C.L. . Medication use leading to emergency department visits for adverse drug events in older adults. Annals of Internal Medicine. 147, (11), 755-765.
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2010
Naumann, R.B.,  Dellinger, A.M.,  West, B.A.,  Annest, J.L.,  Ryan, G. Motorcycle injuries across the USA, 2001-2008: Injury comparisons and projections. Injury Prevention. 16, A81-A82.
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2008
Flores, A.,  Haileyesus, T.,  Greenspan, A. National estimates of outdoor recreational injuries treated in emergency departments, United States, 2004-2005. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine. 19, 91-98.
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2006
Budnitz, Daniel S.,  Pollock, Daniel A.,  Weidenbach, Kelly N.,  Mendelsohn, Aaron B.,  Schroeder, Thomas J.,  Annest, Joseph L. National surveillance of emergency department visits for outpatient adverse drug events. JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association. 296, (15), 1858-1866.
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