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Title: 臺北市某高級中學學生校園事故傷害調查
Discussion on the SeniorHigh School Healthcare Problems from the Data of the Sick and Wounded Students—taking the 1st and 2nd grade students as example
Authors: 林曼蕙
Lin, Man-Hway
陳奎誥
Chen, Kui-Kao
Keywords: 高中學生
事故傷害
senior high school student
the sick and the wounded
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: 本研究旨在探討臺北市某公立高中九十四學年度在學之一、二年 級學生,總人數為1247人,研究工具以研究者修編之臺北市學生校園傷害統計表之紀錄資料,資料處理使用Excel套裝軟體,以描述統計作資料分析,探討校園學生傷害現況與在校期間傷害處理及傷害因素問題。研究目的包括探討一、學生校園事故傷害全年發生率及每月發生率。二、不同性別、年級學生全年及每月校園事故傷害發生原因, 地點、受傷部位及處理方式。三、事故傷害發生後至痊癒所費天數。 結果發現高一、高二全學年傷害學生總人數為1526人次佔122 ﹪;平均每一位學生整學年發生校園事故傷害次數為1.22次;其中一、二年級男生為772人次,佔男生人數之126%;女生為754人次,佔女生人數之118%,整學年校園事故傷害發生率以二年級男生最高計479人次佔159.1%,二年級女生居次461人次佔145%。從不同月份之傷害人數比例發現,平均每月事故傷害發生率為12.2﹪,但是高過於12.2﹪的有3、4月至10月及12月,適逢學校舉辦班際運動競賽及運動會之時期,傷害發生率亦相對提高,人數比例分別為3月253人次佔20﹪,4月176人佔14%10月200人佔16%, 12月171人佔14%。事故傷害發生原因依序為,1.其他315人次佔25%,2.地板溼滑303人次佔24%為,3.動作姿勢不正確217人次佔17﹪。在傷病發生場所方面依序為1.籃球場611人次佔49%,2.教室400人次佔32.1%為;3.排球場155人次佔12.4%。受傷部位以手部897人次佔72%、腳部378人次佔30%為最多。在傷害醫療處理人員方面,均由護士處理,處理方式則依序為1. 傷口處理1040人次佔83.4%,2.冰敷117人次佔36.8%。事故傷害痊癒天數人數比率依序為,1.三天痊癒者362人次佔29%;2.二天痊癒者229人次佔18.4%;3.七天痊癒者191人次佔15.3%。
The purpose of this study is to discuss the situation and problems of handling about the wound and disease in current school healthcare system. The data is from the students' sick and wound of the formatted statistic table of one senoir high school in Taipei City. The total number of the subjects in this senior high school is 1,247 in the academic of 2005 year. The goals of this study are: 1.the total numbers of the wounded and disease students, as well as the proportion of sick and wounded boys and girls during the whole academic year. 2. The effects on the students data (grades and gender), environment traits (month, time, place), and treatments (injury parts, internal medicine, surgery.) 3.The occur reasons of the sick and wound. The results showed that the total number of sick and wounded people was 1,526(122%). the othe(boy 772, 126%,gir754,118%) The 2nd Grade boys were the most getting wounded compared with the other grades (479, 159.1﹪), and the girls in the 2nd grade were the second most (461,145﹪). According to the data, the average rate of students getting sick or wounded every month was 12.2%. However, March(253, 20%), April(176, 14%), October(200, 16%), and December (171, 14%) were higher than 12.2%. The proportion of the wounded people from different months showed that because the school held the competitions during these months, and the probability of occurrence of sickness and wounds were raised relatively. Besides, the reasons of the sickness and wound were the others (315, 25%), the wet floor (303, 24%), and exercising incorrectly (217, 17%.) Referring to places that sickness and wounds occured: the basketball court (611, 49%), classrooms (400, 32.1%) and the volleyball(155, 12.4%), ground took extremely highly proportion. The wounded parts in order were: the injury occured most on hands(879, 72%) and feet(378, 30%). Referring to medical workers: the nurse treated all cases. And the ways to handle the wounds were in order: the wound applies(1040, 83.4%) and using the ice to apply to the wounds(117, 36.8%.) Last, the rate of recovering from the wounds in three days was(362,29%), in two days was (229,18.4%), and in seven days was (191,15.3%).
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