Most common injuries in each state

One in every six patients tracked by healthcare database Amino was diagnosed with an injury in 2018, according to CNBC.

To assess which injuries were most common, Amino reviewed electronic insurance claims data from 2012 to 2016. Amino specifically analyzed claims containing ICD codes for various physical injuries.

Here are the most common ways patients were injured in each state, according to Amino's analysis:  

Alabama: Chest injury

Alaska: Sprained knee

Arizona: Motor vehicle accident

Arkansas: Motor vehicle accident

California: Motor vehicle accident

Colorado: Suffocation

Connecticut: Sprained back

Delaware: Rotator cuff sprain

Florida: Head injury

Georgia: Motor vehicle accident

Hawaii: Scrape

Idaho: Suffocation

Illinois: Facial injury

Indiana: Struck by object

Iowa: Arm injury  

Kansas: Insect bite

Kentucky: Fall

Louisiana: Facial injury  

Maine: Broken ankle

Maryland: Sprained hand

Massachusetts: Concussion  

Michigan: Hand injury

Minnesota: Spine dislocation  

Mississippi: Chest injury  

Missouri: Animal bite  

Montana: Sprained knee

Nebraska: Over exertion

Nevada: Suffocation

New Hampshire: Sprained knee

New Jersey: Sprained hand

New Mexico: Suffocation

New York: Knee injury

North Carolina: Insect bite

North Dakota: Over exertion

Ohio: Sprained back

Oklahoma: Rotator cuff sprain  

Oregon: Sprained back  

Pennsylvania: Chest injury  

Rhode Island: Sprained neck

South Carolina: Insect bite

South Dakota: Spine dislocation  

Tennessee: Motor vehicle accident

Texas: Insect bite  

Utah: Suffocation  

Vermont: Spine dislocation  

Virginia: Fall  

Washington: Spine dislocation  

West Virginia: Back injury  

Wisconsin: Spine dislocation  

Wyoming: Suffocation

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