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.R., Classical mistakes in forensic pathology. s.l.: American Journal of Clinical Pathology, 1956. 7. Olteanu, G.I., Consideraţii cu privire la tactica efectuării cercetării la faţa locului. s.l.: AIT Laboratories, 2004. 8. Payne-James J., Byard R., Corey T., Henderson C., Encyclopedia of Forensic and Legal Medicine. s.l.: Academic Press, 2005. 9. Peschel, O., Graw, M., Inspection of corpse by the family physician (general practitioner) in practice and nursing home, MMW Fortschr Med 2005 May 12; 147(19): 36-9. 10. Scott, W.A., Death Scene Investigation: A Field Guide. s

Unintentional injury is the major cause of death between the ages of 1 and 44 years in the United States [ 1 ], and road traffic injury is the second leading cause of death between the ages of 1 and 49 years in Thailand [ 2 ]. In 2015, the fatality rate of road traffic injury in Thailand became the second highest in the world [ 3 ]. The major cause of trauma death is traumatic brain injury followed by exsanguination [ 4 ]. This study aimed to review the causes of trauma death in Songklanagarind Hospital, which is a university-based level-1 trauma center in


( 6 , 7 , 8 ). The National Review of Asthma Deaths (NRAD) in the United Kingdom (UK) released a report in 2014 stating that the risk factor in two-thirds of asthma death cases was preventable ( 6 ). This literature review discusses the epidemic of asthma death, the trend of asthma mortality after the epidemic and the risk factors of asthma-related deaths. Epidemic of asthma death In the 1960s, the first epidemic of asthma death was reported in England and Wales. The epidemic coincided with the increase in sales rate of pressurised β 2 -agonist aerosols containing

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REFERENCES [1] Blair P., Fleming P., Epidemiological investigations of sudden infant death syndrome –recommendations for future studies, Child Care Health and Development, 2002, 49-54 [2] Rognum T.O., Better infant examination. A suggested pilot project, Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Oslo, 1997 [3] McHaffie H.E., Fowlie P.W., Hume R., Laing I.A., Lloyd D.J., and Lyon A.J., Consent to autopsy for neonates, Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal Neonate Edition, 2001, 84, F4-F7 [4] Thayyil S., Robertson N.J., Scales A., Weber M.A., Jacques T

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