nonaccidental

nonaccidental

(ˌnɒnˌæksɪˈdɛntəl)
adj
not accidental, intentional
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We conducted meta-analyses of the associations between cold spells and mortality from all or all nonaccidental causes, cardiovascular diseases [International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision (ICD-10) codes I00-I99], and respiratory diseases (ICD-10 J00-J99).
The data set includes 20,203,690 deaths (for all causes or nonaccidental causes only) occurring during the summer within the study periods in the 272 locations of the seven countries.
2012) have demonstrated robust and relatively consistent associations between long-term exposures to ambient pollution and risk of mortality from nonaccidental causes, cardiovascular diseases, and lung cancer.
The data set included more than 20 million deaths from nonaccidental causes in seven countries: Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The daily counts of nonaccidental deaths (ICD-9: 1-799 and ICD-10: A00-R99), cardiovascular diseases (ICD-9: 390-459 and ICD-10: I00-99), and respiratory diseases (ICD-9: 460-519 and ICD-10: J00-99) were included.
The pathologist formed the opinion that rib injuries were "most suggestive of nonaccidental injury".
MMT) on nonaccidental mortality per interquartile range (IQR) increase of the abovementioned nine county-level characteristics were calculated.
Risk of nonaccidental and cardiovascular mortality in relation to long-term exposure to low concentrations of fine particulate matter: A Canadian national-level cohort study.
Kayden's mother, Laura Davies, 25, denies causing or allowing the death of a child, and a charge of child cruelty related to allegations of an earlier nonaccidental injury.
Nonaccidental Head Injury in Infants - The "Shaken-Baby Syndrome".
His wife, Samantha Chiu, told of the traumatic events around Nathan's death and said it would "break her world" if it had been caused by nonaccidental injury.
Signs of a skull fracture, nonaccidental injury concern, headache, and acting abnormally were significantly associated with TBI-CT.