An examination of crashes, long-term outcomes following motorcycle crashes in Ho Chi Minh City: Longitudinal Study
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The study aimed to identify risk factors for hospitalised motorcyclists due to a motorcycle crash in Vietnam; and determine changes in health-related quality of life, functional status, pain, return to work/study, and depression at baseline, 6 and 12 months post-injures, and factors associated with poor outcomes. The outcomes of injured motorcyclists improved over 12 months post-injury but had not returned to pre-injury levels. The findings have implications for practice, policy and research in Vietnam.