World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

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Asghar karbord, Mehran Mohebi alidash, Kourosh alimohammadbeik, Mohammadmasoud Mahmoudi* and Fardin Rastegar


Introduction: Despite considerable study given to health information of car accident in high way, the epidemiological aspects of trauma resulting from this them are not exactly understood inroad of Iran and other developing countries. The aim of this review was to study the epidemiological pattern and issues arising due to car accident in high way in Iran. Material and method: this is a cross-sectional study involves data from 800 drivers that car accident in high way Tehran-Qazvin at2018. Data collection for this study was collected by research man that attendance in where of accident with checked by police driving. Data collection accomplished by questioner have 3factors including: demographic factors, vehicle factors and weather ,road factors. Results: The risk of road car accidents due to sleepiness was increased by more than sevenfold (oddsratio 5. 2) in low alertness hours (2MN-7AM) compared to other time of day. The risk of car accidents due to sleepiness was decreased by 0.18-fold (odds ratio 0.31) in hours with maximum ofalertness (17PM-22MN) of circadian rhythm compared to other time of day. Conclusion: The occurrence of road traffic accidents due to sleepiness has significant statistical relationswith driving during lowest point of alertness of circadian rhythm. The findings of the current study will be beneficial in car accident and its associated complications and hence will be vital for policy makers, health service managers and stakeholders.

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