Recurrent Violent Injury: Magnitude, Risk Factors and Opportunities For Intervention From a Statewide Analysis

 

More than 11% of patients presenting to a hospital with a violent injury return to a hospital with another violent injury within two to three years. Recurrent violent injury is common and costly. Effective prevention programs should also target high-risk patients in non-trauma centers where most receive care. 

 

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