Changes in unintentional cannabis exposures in children 6 months to 5 years reported to United States poison centers during the first nine months of the coronavirus-19 pandemic.
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AbstractThere were 7,679 unintentional pediatric exposures from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2020. There was a significant increase of 3.1% per month during the pre-COVID-19 period (p < .0001). A statistically significant immediate increase in number of exposures per month occurred in April 2020 (58.4%; p < .0001). The slope in the COVID-19 period was -0.01% (p = .99). No autocorrelation was detected.
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