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Pediatrics Risk Factors

Available pediatrics risk factors

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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Browse through all available conditions and symptoms

A

  • 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)

B

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

C

  • 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)
  • Complete tetanus immunization (p_627)
  • 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 allergen (p_82)
  • Contact with allergen, potential severe allergic reaction (p_612)
  • Contact with animals (p_122)
  • Contact with animals, cat (p_100)
  • Contact with COVID-19 infected person, last 2 weeks (p_606)
  • Contact with sick person, chickenpox (p_99)
  • Contact with sick person, pinworms (p_221)
  • COVID-19 vaccination, more than 6 months ago (p_360)

D

  • Day care attendance (p_288)
  • Dental trauma (p_188)
  • Diagnosed asthma (p_167)
  • Diagnosed Crohn's disease (p_93)
  • 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)

E

  • 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 sweating due to hot environment, fever or clothing (p_294)
  • Excessive use of visual display terminals (p_361)
  • Excessive UV exposure (p_128)

F

  • Fall onto an outstretched hand (p_299)
  • Family history of bleeding disorders (p_272)
  • Family history of Helicobacter pylori infection (p_355)
  • 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)

G

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

H

  • Hand injury (p_250)
  • Head area or neck 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 marine injury (p_442)
  • 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)

I

  • 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)

K

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

L

  • Last tetanus immunization less than 5 years ago (p_615)
  • 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)
  • Low birth weight (p_285)
  • Lower leg injury (p_247)
  • Lower limb injury (p_256)

M

  • Major force injury (p_261)
  • Man (p_2)
  • Maternal AIDS (p_274)
  • Maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy (p_375)
  • Maternal gestational diabetes (p_535)
  • Maternal Rh negative blood type (p_302)
  • 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)

N

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

O

  • 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)

P

  • Paracetamol overdose, past 72 hours (p_25)
  • Pelvis injury (p_241)
  • Personal or family history of allergy (p_287)
  • Possible recent inhalation injury (p_613)
  • 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)

R

  • 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 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)

S

  • 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)

T

  • 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)

U

  • 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)

V

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

W

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