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Table 2 Average annual number and hospital separation rate by sex, age and BC injury prevention priorities

From: The association of material deprivation component measures with injury hospital separations in British Columbia, Canada

  Numbera Rateb 95% CI
Total overall injuries 35,572 779.0 (770.8-787.3)
Males 17,175 768.5 (756.9–780.2)
Females 18,398 797.7 (786.1–809.4)
Age Group
 0–14 1952 288.2 (275.5–301.0)
 15–19 1574 572.0 (543.8–600.2)
 20–24 1674 598.2 (569.7–626.8)
 25–44 5865 505.9 (492.9–518.8)
 45–64 8063 611.0 (597.7–624.3)
 65–74 3935 1058.9 (1026.0–1091.8)
 75–84 5914 2635.1 (2568.9–2701.4)
 85+ 6596 7184.6 (7017.5 – 7351.6)
BC Priorities
 Transport-related
  Motor Vehicle Occupants 1786 40.0 (38.1–41.8)
  Pedestrians 556 12.4 (11.4–13.5)
  Cyclists 876 20.0 (18.6–21.3)
  Young drivers, 16–24 years 152 28.4 (23.9–32.9)
  Falls, 65+ years 13,368 1943.5 (1910.9–1976.1)
  Youth Self-harm, 15–24 years 683 123.0 (113.8–132.3)
  1. aAverage numbers are rounded. bNote: Rate standardized per 100,000 population for all, except by age groups, using Canada 2011 Population