Boston: Drug-Related Emergency Department Visits, 2004-2011 - Accidental Ingestions

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Excel file with estimates, rates, relative standard errors, trends and confidence intervals, covering 2004-2011 for emergency department visits involving accidental ingestions in the Boston metropolitan area. This analytic category includes ED visits in which an individual accidentally or unknowingly used or was administered a prescription drug, over-the-counter medication, or dietary supplement. Drug-related accidental ingestion typically involves patients aged 5 and under. This analytic category does not include drug misuse or abuse.
File includes data for over 500 drugs, including illicit drugs, prescription and over-the-counter medications, dietary supplements, inhalants and alcohol. Includes total visits, gender, age group, race/ethnicity, outcome of visit, drug combinations, number of drugs involved in visit, drug frequency, and drugs confirmed by toxicology.
Additional detail is provided for illicit drugs, psychotherapeutic drugs, central nervous system (CNS) drugs, respiratory drugs and cardiovascular drugs.

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