Yıl: 2023 Cilt: 6 Sayı: 3 Sayfa Aralığı: 111 - 116 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174 İndeks Tarihi: 16-10-2023

Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents

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Aim: Many risk factors have been reported to be responsible for morbidity and mortality in motorcycle and electric bike (e-bike) accidents. This study aims to determine the associations between the demographic features of motorcycle or e-bike riders and clinical outcomes. Material and Methods: This is a retrospective case-control study conducted in an academic emergency department (ED). All adult patients admitted to the ED due to motorcycle or e-bike accidents were included. Results: A total of 358 patients were included in the study. Of the patients, 100 (28.1%) required hospitalization where 58 (16.3%) required surgery. Injuries were related with the upper extremities (15.4%), head and neck (14.8%), and lower extremities (11.2%) in the patients. Nighttime accidents, alcohol use, and lack of protective equipment were related to multiple injuries, need for hospitalization, surgery, blood transfusion, and mortality (p0.05). Conclusion: Nighttime accidents, alcohol or drug use, and lack of protective equipment could lead to multiple injuries, need for hospitalization, surgery, blood transfusion, and mortality. Moreover, the risk of poor outcomes is similar between the motorcycle and e-bike riders.
Anahtar Kelime: Non vehicle traffic accident motorcycle accident e- bike accident emergency department

Motosiklet veya Elektrikli Bisiklet Kazalarında Binicilerin Özellikleri ile Yaralanma Modelleri Arasındaki İlişki

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Amaç: Motosiklet ve elektrikli bisiklet (e-bisiklet) kazalarında, morbidite ve mortaliteden sorumlu birçok risk faktörünün olduğu bildirilmiştir. Bu çalışmada amaç, motosiklet veya e-bisiklet sürücülerinin demografik özellikleri ile klinik sonuçlar arasındaki ilişkiyi belirlemektir. Gereç ve Yöntemler: Bu çalışma, akademik bir acil serviste yürütülen retrospektif bir vaka control çalışmasıdır. Çalışmaya motosiklet veya e-bisiklet kazaları nedeniyle acil servise başvuran tüm yetişkin hastalar dahil edilmiştir. Bulgular: Çalışmaya toplam 358 hasta alındı. Hastaların 100’ünde (%28.1) hastaneye yatış, 58’ inde (%16.3) ameliyat gerekti. Hastaların yaralanmaları üst ekstremite (%15.4), baş-boyun (%14.8) ve alt ekstremite (%11.2) ile ilişkiliydi. Gece gerçekleşen kazalar, alkol kullanımı ve koruyucu ekipman eksikliği; çoklu yaralanmalar, hastane yatış ihtiyacı, ameliyat, kan transfüzyonu ve mortalite ile ilişkiliydi (tüm değişkenler için p0.05). Sonuç: Gece kazaları, alkol veya uyuşturucu kullanımı ve koruyucu ekipman eksikliği; çoklu yaralanmalara, hastaneye yatış ihtiyacına, ameliyata, kan transfüzyonuna ve ölüme neden olabilir. Ayrıca motosiklet ve e-bisiklet kazalarında sürücülerin kötü sonuç alma riski benzerdir.
Anahtar Kelime: Araç dışı trafik kazası motorsiklet kazası e-bisiklet kazası acil servis

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APA ABACI E, kose a, Ozturan I, Buyurgan Ç, YARKAÇ A, bozkurt babuş s, Erdoğan S (2023). Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. , 111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
Chicago ABACI ESİN,kose ataman,Ozturan Ibrahim Ulas,Buyurgan Çağrı Safa,YARKAÇ AKİF,bozkurt babuş seyran,Erdoğan Semra Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. (2023): 111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
MLA ABACI ESİN,kose ataman,Ozturan Ibrahim Ulas,Buyurgan Çağrı Safa,YARKAÇ AKİF,bozkurt babuş seyran,Erdoğan Semra Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. , 2023, ss.111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
AMA ABACI E,kose a,Ozturan I,Buyurgan Ç,YARKAÇ A,bozkurt babuş s,Erdoğan S Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. . 2023; 111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
Vancouver ABACI E,kose a,Ozturan I,Buyurgan Ç,YARKAÇ A,bozkurt babuş s,Erdoğan S Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. . 2023; 111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
IEEE ABACI E,kose a,Ozturan I,Buyurgan Ç,YARKAÇ A,bozkurt babuş s,Erdoğan S "Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents." , ss.111 - 116, 2023. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
ISNAD ABACI, ESİN vd. "Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents". (2023), 111-116. https://doi.org/10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
APA ABACI E, kose a, Ozturan I, Buyurgan Ç, YARKAÇ A, bozkurt babuş s, Erdoğan S (2023). Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. Anatolian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 6(3), 111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
Chicago ABACI ESİN,kose ataman,Ozturan Ibrahim Ulas,Buyurgan Çağrı Safa,YARKAÇ AKİF,bozkurt babuş seyran,Erdoğan Semra Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. Anatolian Journal of Emergency Medicine 6, no.3 (2023): 111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
MLA ABACI ESİN,kose ataman,Ozturan Ibrahim Ulas,Buyurgan Çağrı Safa,YARKAÇ AKİF,bozkurt babuş seyran,Erdoğan Semra Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. Anatolian Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.6, no.3, 2023, ss.111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
AMA ABACI E,kose a,Ozturan I,Buyurgan Ç,YARKAÇ A,bozkurt babuş s,Erdoğan S Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. Anatolian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2023; 6(3): 111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
Vancouver ABACI E,kose a,Ozturan I,Buyurgan Ç,YARKAÇ A,bozkurt babuş s,Erdoğan S Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents. Anatolian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2023; 6(3): 111 - 116. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
IEEE ABACI E,kose a,Ozturan I,Buyurgan Ç,YARKAÇ A,bozkurt babuş s,Erdoğan S "Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents." Anatolian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 6, ss.111 - 116, 2023. 10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174
ISNAD ABACI, ESİN vd. "Association Between Riders’ Characteristics and Injury Patterns in The Motorcycle or Electric-Bike Accidents". Anatolian Journal of Emergency Medicine 6/3 (2023), 111-116. https://doi.org/10.54996/anatolianjem.1269174