The Susy Safe registry: data and recommendations. Final Report 2008-2010
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Simonetta Ballali, Paola Berchialla, Manuel Antonio Caldeira Pais Clemente, Daniele Chiffi, Antonella D'Alessandro, Francesca Foltran, Marco Ghidina, Dario Gregori, Phrosso Hadjiluca, Giuseppe Inguì, Jana Jakubìkovà, Vasiliki Kalampoki, Vicky Kalampoki, Siegfried Klaue, Ioannis Matsoukis, Robert Nuij, Paraskevi Panagopoulou, Desiderio Passali, Eleni Petridou, Hugo Rodriguez, Ivo Slapack, Ljiljana Sokolova, Peter Spitzer, Alexandriu Stancu, Sebastian Van As, Maria Gabriella Vecchio, Florence Weill, Paola Zaupa
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In breve
The Susy Safe Registry is an European Registry of foreign bodies injuries in children in the upper aero-digestive tract. The registry is a joint action of the European Commission, DG-SANCO and eleven European countries. The aim of the project is to characterize the products causing the injuries, with the aim at identifying dangerous products, fostering safety of young consumers and promoting prevention activities directed to families.
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The Susy Safe Registry is an European Registry of foreign bodies injuries in children in the upper aero-digestive tract. The registry is a joint action of the European Commission, DG-SANCO and eleven European countries.
The aim of the project is to characterize the products causing the injuries, with the aim at identifying dangerous products, fostering safety of young consumers and promoting prevention activities directed to families.
The II phase of this project focused on the development of regulatory suggestions and recommendations for products like batteries, packaging, magnets and nuts. The large database of foreign bodies injuries, by far the largest in the world, has been used to develop a risk assessment engine available for public bodies and partners for determining levels of risks posed by products in terms of their characteristics.

Indice


List of Authors
Acronyms used
Participating institutions
Introduction
Foreign bodies ingestion, insertion, aspiration, inhalation and asphyxiation: a review of the literature
(Search strategy; Selection criteria; Included and excluded papers; Results)
The Susy Safe Registry: data and evidences
(The Susy Safe Registry; Data Collection; Main findings; Providing evidence to the EU commission; Final remarks)
The Susy Safe Registry: evidence based guidelines
(General background and review of the evidence; Prevention of injuries in children; Guidelines)
Actions undertaken to prevent FB injuries
(WP5 - Project dissemination; WP 6 - Enlarging the Susy Safe Registry)
Glossary
General tables
EU countries
(Austria; Belgium; Bulgaria; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Italy; Poland; Romania; Slovak Republic; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; The Netherlands; United Kingdom)
Non EU countries
(Argentina; Croatia; FYROM; Pakistan; South Africa; Turkey)
References.