Among the other findings: Damage to organs, usually the head, was the most frequent injury among 3 – and 5-year-olds. After fractured elbows, the most commonly fractured bones were in the arms and wrists. About 2.4 % of all children with trike injuries were admitted to the medical center. In cases where the accident location was known, most injuries occurred at home. Many kids injured in trikes are too young for them, said Dr. Michelle Blumstein, a pediatrician in the emergency department at Nicklaus Children’s Medical center in Miami. ‘It isn’t surprising that kids who aren’t developmentally ready to trip a tricycle are getting hurt on them,’ said Blumstein, who was not involved with the study.The randomization list was computer-generated. Randomization was performed in random permuted blocks and was stratified according to middle. The feeding technique was unblinded due to the need for adjustment of the dietary support in accordance to feeding tolerance and gastric residual volumes. Of the elevation in meters) of significantly less than 30 and using the 1992 Ireton-Jones equation for mechanically ventilated sufferers who acquired a BMI of 30 or more and for spontaneously breathing patients .26-28 The caloric goal was 40 to 60 percent of caloric requirements in the permissive-underfeeding group and 70 to 100 percent of caloric requirements in the standard-feeding group.