Analysis of secondary data of all 815 patients with occupational injuriesThe number of deaths registered in Chile in 2014 was 2015, and as of March 2016, those deaths were recognized by the social security watchdog. The outcome measurement variables related to employers, workers and events were analyzed. Results for every 100 workers under the occupational social security system, the total mortality rate for all injuries during work and attendance was 7.
Medical history and laboratory tests, registered nurses will meet with participants to record the health status at the beginning of the study and describe their personal and family health history. Physical examination includes the assessment of standard measures (Such as height, weight, waist circumference, etc)Health behavior information (Smoking, drinking, physical activity, diet and sleep, for example)and an ROS (