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Emergency medicine, diabetes, prehospital care

G L Foltin
In order to be effective those wishing to improve emergency care of children in an urban environment must be aware of barriers as well as resources. Urban children are at high risk for requiring emergency care as a result of both illness and injury. These children face a dangerous environment resulting from the problems of poverty, homelessness, overcrowded living conditions, drug abuse, and a shrinking tax base. They face this nation's highest rates of violent injury (intentional and unintentional), immunization delays, and preventable infectious diseases such as TB and measles...
July 1995: Pediatrics
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