Distribution of ED visits for brain injury in male U.S. children 2010-2016, by sport

This statistic depicts the distribution of sports-related emergency department visits for nonfatal traumatic brain injury among U.S. male children from 2010-2016, by sport. According to the data, playgound incidents accounted for 38.2 percent of nonfatal TBI emergency department visits among male children aged under 5 years.

Distribution of sports related nonfatal traumatic brain injuries that resulted in an emergency department visit in male children from 2010 to 2016, by sport*

FootballBasketballPlaygroundBicycleSoccer
<5 years0.8%3%38.2%15.1%2.5%
5-9 years13.1%6.7%19.6%13.3%5%
10-14 years32.6%11.5%3%9.4%6.6%
15-17 years34.5%11.2%0.4%8%7.7%
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Sources

Release date

March 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

2010 to 2016

Age group

0-17 years

Supplementary notes

* Five most common activities associated with emergency department visits for nonfatal traumatic brain injuries related to sports or recreation activities.

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