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Suggested Citation:"References." National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council. 1966. Accidental Death and Disability: The Neglected Disease of Modern Society. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9978.
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REFERENCES 1. National Safety Council. Accident Facts. 1966. 96 p. 2. Stapp, J. P. Traffic safety. Part 2. Hearings before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, on H. R. 13228, p. 1150. Government Printing Office: Washington, D. C., 1966. 3. Public Health Service. Health Statistics from the U. S. National Health Survey. Selected impairments by etiology and activity limitation, U. S., July 1959-June 1961. Public Health Service Publication No. 584-B-35, October 1962. 4. Public Health Service. Division of Accident Prevention. Accidental death and injury statistics. October 1963. 5. U. S. Senate. Committee on Public Works. Senate Report No. 1302, p. 12. June 23, 1966. 6. Public Health Service. Division of Accident Prevention. Unpub- lished data. 7. Heaton, L. D. Army medical service activities in Viet Nam. (Guest Editorial) Milit. Med. 131:646-647, 1966. 8. American National Red Cross. Office of Administrative Analysis, Information, and Statistics. Annual report. June 1966. . 9. Kennedy, R. H., Ed. Emergency Care of the Sick and Injured. A manual for law-enforcement officers, fire-fighters, ambulance per- sonnel, rescue squads and nurses. Committee on Trauma, Ameri- can College of Surgeons. W. B. Saunders Co.: Philadelphia, 1966. 128 p. 10. Public Health Service. Division of Hospital and Medical Facilities. Facts and trends on hospital outpatient services. June 1964. 11. Administrator of Veterans Affairs. Annual report, p. 1, 246. U. S. Government Printing Once: Washington, D. C., 1965. 373 p. 12. Fitts, W. T., H. B. Lerh, R. L. Bitner, and J. W. Spelman. An analysis of 950 fatal injuries. Surgery 56:663-668, 1964. 13. Office of Emergency Planning. Executive Office of the President. Federal disaster assistance. A pocket guide to disaster help. U. S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D. C., January 1966. 22p. 14. U. S. Government Printing Office. Basic data relating to the Na- tional Institutes of Health Office of Program Planning. Jan. 1965. 15. Bureau of States Services. Health and Economics Branch, No. 5. Economic costs of cardiovascular diseases and cancer. 1962. 16. Caveness, William F., and A. Earl Walker, Eds. Head Injury, Conference Proceedings. (Head Injury Conference held at the University of Chicago, Feb. 6-9, 1966) Philadelphia: J. B. Lip- pincott Co., 1966. 589 p. 38

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