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Risk of medicinal poisonings in people with epilepsy compared with those without by age at pseudodiagnosis. Numbers of people in study by year since pseudodiagnosis are shown for people with epilepsy and those without.
Characteristics of People With Epilepsy and Those Without for Analyses of Fractures, Thermal Injuries, and Poisonings
↵a Each study population included those without a history of the injury of interest.
↵b Deprivation is at practice level.
Risk of Fractures, Thermal Injuries, and Poisonings in Children and Young Adults With Epilepsy Compared With Those Without
↵a All HRs were adjusted for age, gender, SHA region, deprivation, and calendar year at study entry.
↵b HR additionally adjusted for behavior disorder.
Absolute Risks of Injury in the 5-Year Period After Pseudodiagnosis in People With Epilepsy and Without Epilepsy
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