API: Triage
Available Pediatrics Risk Factors

Available pediatric risk factors

Updated: October 26, 2023

Check out the pediatric risk factors available in our knowledge base. Remember, that you can also download the current list of risk factors using the /concepts?types=risk_factor endpoint.

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  • Abdominal injury (p_144)
  • Acceleration-deceleration injury (p_145)
  • Animal bite (p_155)
  • Animal bite, snake (p_390)
  • Ankle injury (p_243)
  • Anticoagulant use (p_174)
  • Arm injury (p_254)
  • Atmospheric pressure changes (p_81)


  • Back injury (p_146)
  • Bacterial tonsillitis (p_79)
  • Breastfed infant (p_372)
  • Breasts development (p_295)


  • COVID-19 vaccination, more than 6 months ago (p_360)
  • Cannabinoids ingestion, past 72 hours (p_410)
  • Carbon monoxide exposure (p_40)
  • Chest injury (p_136)
  • Child care at home (p_607)
  • Chronic NSAIDs use (p_220)
  • Circumcision (p_283)
  • Clavicle injury (p_582)
  • Compromised immune system (p_83)
  • Consumption of foods or drinks that cause bloating (p_380)
  • Consumption of fruits or vegetables contaminated with animal feces (p_303)
  • Consumption of raw or undercooked meat (p_63)
  • Contact lenses (p_139)
  • Contact with COVID-19 infected person, last 2 weeks (p_606)
  • Contact with allergen (p_82)
  • Contact with animals (p_122)
  • Contact with animals, cat (p_100)
  • Contact with sick person, chickenpox (p_99)
  • Contact with sick person, pinworms (p_221)


  • Day care attendance (p_288)
  • Dental trauma (p_188)
  • Diagnosed Crohn's disease (p_93)
  • Diagnosed asthma (p_167)
  • Diagnosed diabetes (p_8)
  • Diagnosed diabetes mellitus, type 1 (p_370)
  • Diagnosed diabetes mellitus, type 2 (p_371)
  • Diagnosed diabetes, other type (p_378)
  • Diagnosed diabetes, unknown type (p_379)
  • Diagnosed hemolytic anemia (p_530)
  • Diagnosed hemophilia (p_202)
  • Diagnosed hypertension (p_9)
  • Diagnosed ovarian mass (p_386)
  • Diagnosed structural heart disease (p_121)
  • Diagnosed ulcerative colitis (p_358)
  • Drug consumption, new in the past 4 weeks (p_549)


  • Ear injury (p_209)
  • Elbow injury (p_253)
  • Enlarged scar (p_364)
  • Evidence of COVID-19 infection, between 2 weeks and 2 months ago (p_608)
  • Excessive UV exposure (p_128)
  • Excessive sweating due to hot environment, fever or clothing (p_294)
  • Excessive use of visual display terminals (p_361)


  • Fall onto an outstretched hand (p_299)
  • Family history of Helicobacter pylori infection (p_355)
  • Family history of bleeding disorders (p_272)
  • Finger injury (p_169)
  • Fly bite, Australia and Oceania (p_414)
  • Fly bite, Central Africa (p_478)
  • Fly bite, Central or South America (p_418)
  • Fly bite, Europe (p_419)
  • Fly bite, North America (p_435)
  • Fly bite, Northern Africa (p_477)
  • Fly bite, Northern Asia (p_436)
  • Fly bite, Southeast Asia (p_437)
  • Fly bite, Southern Africa (p_479)
  • Fly bite, the Middle East (p_417)
  • Foot injury (p_246)
  • Forearm injury (p_252)
  • Foreign body in wound (p_528)
  • Formula feeding (p_291)
  • Frequent tobacco smoke exposure (p_267)


  • Gastroenteritis in the household (p_235)
  • Genital injury (p_207)


  • Hand injury (p_250)
  • Head area injury (p_260)
  • Heavy metal exposure (p_353)
  • Hip injury (p_245)
  • History of a stressful situation, in the past 6 months (p_509)
  • History of a tick bite, 3 weeks to 3 months ago, Europe (p_589)
  • History of a tick bite, 3 weeks to 3 months ago, North America (p_592)
  • History of a tick bite, 3 weeks to 3 months ago, Northern Asia (p_593)
  • History of a tick bite, 3 weeks to 3 months ago, Southeast Asia (p_595)
  • History of a tick bite, more than 3 months ago, Europe (p_590)
  • History of a tick bite, more than 3 months ago, Southeast Asia (p_596)
  • History of a tick bite, more then 3 months ago, North America (p_591)
  • History of a tick bite, more then 3 months ago, Northern Asia (p_594)
  • History of anaphylactic reaction (p_176)
  • History of burn (p_384)
  • History of chickenpox or VZV vaccination (p_296)
  • History of cholecystectomy (p_397)
  • History of depressive episode (p_171)
  • History of foreign body insertion in anus (p_562)
  • History of foreign body insertion in ear (p_490)
  • History of foreign body insertion in nose (p_491)
  • History of foreign body insertion in vulva or vagina (p_556)
  • History of head trauma (p_307)
  • History of major skin injury (p_159)
  • History of marine injury (p_442)
  • History of minor skin injury (p_52)
  • History of tonsillectomy (p_190)
  • Hymenoptera sting, Australia and Oceania (p_468)
  • Hymenoptera sting, Central Africa (p_484)
  • Hymenoptera sting, Central and South America (p_463)
  • Hymenoptera sting, Europe (p_464)
  • Hymenoptera sting, Middle East (p_467)
  • Hymenoptera sting, North America (p_462)
  • Hymenoptera sting, Northern Africa (p_483)
  • Hymenoptera sting, Northern Asia (p_465)
  • Hymenoptera sting, Southeast Asia (p_466)
  • Hymenoptera sting, Southern Africa (p_485)


  • Improper hand hygiene (p_367)
  • Improper oral hygiene (p_357)
  • Incomplete or lack of tetanus vaccination (p_536)
  • Indigenous Australian heritage (p_389)
  • Intravenous drug use (p_49)


  • Kissing bug bite, Central or South America (p_434)
  • Kissing bug bite, North America (p_424)
  • Knee injury (p_244)


  • Last tetanus immunization more than 5 years ago (p_208)
  • Limb injury (p_53)
  • Lip injury (p_282)
  • Long contact with wet soil (p_506)
  • Lower leg injury (p_247)
  • Lower limb injury (p_256)


  • Major force injury (p_261)
  • Man (p_2)
  • Maternal AIDS (p_274)
  • Maternal Rh negative blood type (p_302)
  • Maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy (p_375)
  • Maternal gestational diabetes (p_535)
  • Minor injury of nail fold (p_576)
  • Missed mandatory vaccine (p_292)
  • Missed vitamin K prophylactic dose (p_337)
  • Mosquito bite, Australia and Oceania (p_432)
  • Mosquito bite, Central Africa (p_472)
  • Mosquito bite, Central or South America (p_427)
  • Mosquito bite, Europe (p_430)
  • Mosquito bite, North America (p_428)
  • Mosquito bite, Northern Africa (p_471)
  • Mosquito bite, Northern Asia (p_438)
  • Mosquito bite, Southeast Asia (p_429)
  • Mosquito bite, Southern Africa (p_473)
  • Mosquito bite, the Middle East (p_431)


  • Nail injury (p_229)
  • Neck injury (p_240)
  • New intensive physical activity (p_334)
  • No skin injury (p_271)
  • No suspicion of abuse (p_449)
  • Non-healing wound (p_166)
  • Non-serious eye injury (p_142)
  • Nose injury (p_185)


  • Opioid use, past 72 hours (p_43)
  • Oral antibiotics in the past 2 weeks (p_305)
  • Oral iron therapy (p_377)
  • Overweight and obesity (p_7)


  • Paracetamol overdose, past 72 hours (p_25)
  • Pelvis injury (p_241)
  • Personal or family history of allergy (p_287)
  • Pre-menstrual age (p_141)
  • Prematurity (p_284)
  • Prolonged exposure to sunlight and heat (p_138)
  • Psychological trauma, less than a month ago (p_518)
  • Psychological trauma, more than a month ago (p_519)


  • Recent alcohol consumption (p_143)
  • Recent beetroot consumption (p_352)
  • Recent burn (p_234)
  • Recent contact with herbicides (p_36)
  • Recent contact with insecticides (p_41)
  • Recent head area injury (p_232)
  • Recent history of urinary tract infections (p_161)
  • Recent immunization (p_366)
  • Recent invasive procedure (p_586)
  • Recent otitis media (p_354)
  • Recent physical injury (p_264)
  • Recent surgery (p_585)
  • Recent upper respiratory tract infection (p_148)
  • Residence or recent travel, Asia, excluding Middle East, Russia, Mongolia and Kazakhstan (p_236)
  • Residence or recent travel, Australia and Oceania (p_19)
  • Residence or recent travel, Central Africa (p_17)
  • Residence or recent travel, Central or South America (p_14)
  • Residence or recent travel, Europe (p_15)
  • Residence or recent travel, Middle East (p_21)
  • Residence or recent travel, Northern Africa (p_16)
  • Residence or recent travel, Russia, Kazakhstan, or Mongolia (p_20)
  • Residence or recent travel, Southern Africa (p_18)
  • Residence or recent travel, the United States or Canada (p_13)


  • Salicylate overdose, past 72 hours (p_273)
  • School attendance (p_289)
  • Serious eye injury (p_214)
  • Shoulder injury (p_255)
  • Sleeping pills or sedatives use, past 72 hours (p_45)
  • Spider bite, Australia and Oceania (p_460)
  • Spider bite, Central Africa (p_481)
  • Spider bite, Central and South America (p_455)
  • Spider bite, Europe (p_456)
  • Spider bite, Middle East (p_459)
  • Spider bite, North America (p_454)
  • Spider bite, Northern Africa (p_480)
  • Spider bite, Northern Asia (p_457)
  • Spider bite, Southeast Asia (p_458)
  • Spider bite, Southern Africa (p_482)
  • Stimulants use, past 72 hours (p_156)


  • Thigh injury (p_248)
  • Tick bite, Australia and Oceania (p_452)
  • Tick bite, Central Africa (p_475)
  • Tick bite, Central or South America (p_420)
  • Tick bite, Europe (p_421)
  • Tick bite, North America (p_415)
  • Tick bite, Northern Africa (p_476)
  • Tick bite, Northern Asia (p_439)
  • Tick bite, Southeast Asia (p_440)
  • Tick bite, Southern Africa (p_474)
  • Tick bite, the Middle East (p_422)
  • Toe injury (p_168)
  • Trunk injury (p_259)


  • Uncertainty about abuse (p_448)
  • Uncircumcised male (p_443)
  • Unknown insect bite, Australia and Oceania (p_409)
  • Unknown insect bite, Central Africa (p_402)
  • Unknown insect bite, Central or South America (p_404)
  • Unknown insect bite, Europe (p_400)
  • Unknown insect bite, North America (p_405)
  • Unknown insect bite, Northern Africa (p_403)
  • Unknown insect bite, Northern Asia (p_407)
  • Unknown insect bite, Southeast Asia (p_408)
  • Unknown insect bite, Southern Africa (p_401)
  • Unknown insect bite, the Middle East (p_406)
  • Unspecified conditions marker (p_230)
  • Upper limb injury (p_257)


  • Victim of abuse (p_447)
  • Victim of physical abuse (p_335)
  • Victim of psychological abuse (p_363)
  • Victim of sexual abuse (p_399)


  • Wild mushroom consumption (p_37)
  • Woman (p_1)
  • Wrist injury (p_251)