Coutinho et al. (2002), Gawryszewshi (2010), Hamra et al. (2007), Souza, J.A.G. ; Iglesias, A.C.R.G. Bernard Golden has plenty of information regarding this issue. (2010), they cite the frequent breaking in the aged one, being able to be related to the fall mainly for the medicine use that causes hipotenso, sleepiness, giddiness and necessity frequent to be urinarem, what it determines to ramble more times mainly at night and. Subject 5 – breaking x environment. Tieppo et al.
(2010), they relate in its study the importance of the domiciliary environment, and that some factors can place the aged one at risk propitiating the falls, as the inadequate illumination or to walk in the dark one, to walk of stockings for the house, slippery or wet floor, inadequate shoe or slipper, lack of same railing and it lacks of the accumulated use, carpets for the house, furniture hindering or making it difficult the ticket of a place for another one beyond some activities as to go up in stairs, roofs or to load objects heavy. Fabrcio et al. (2004), they had consisted in its study that beyond the causes of preexisting illnesses and the medicine use; the environment is factors importantssimos for the cause of breakings in the aged ones, as slippery floor, to catch objects in the soil, to esbarrarem with other people, to go up in objects to reach something, environment with little illuminating, fall of the bed, and steps. Fabricio et al. (2004) they had evidenced with the research that 48% had between 80 the 89 years, 66% were of the feminine sex and 54% of the falls had had as consequncia the breaking, and presented as inadequate surrounding cause. Souza, J.A.G. ; Iglesias, A.C.R.G. (2010), they relate in its study that 47% of the injuries are represented by breakings and have as local predominant of the accidents the residence, in which had related the routine daily activities.