Skiing Trauma and Safety: Seventh International Symposium, Issue 1022

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ASTM International, 1989 - Medical - 396 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
A Crash Course of Epidemiologic Methods with
9
Experimental Prospective Skiing Injury Studywolfhart hauser
18
Skier Injury TrendsRobert j johnson carl f ettlinger and jasper e shealy
25
A FiveYear Survey of Skiing Injuries in Hemsedal Norwayharald lystad
32
Skiing Injuries in Alpine Recreational Skiersarne ekeland Age holtmoen
41
Objectives Means
51
Fatal Skiing Accidents in AustriaEpidemiology and Analysisfranz berghold
63
A New Lower Leg Prosthesis with Simulation Device for the Achilles Tendon
160
Problems Encountered in Flex Measurements on Alpine Ski Boots
167
Measurement of Boot Loads Using a SecondGeneration MicrocomputerControlled
181
A Mechanical Alpine Ski Binding with Programmable Releaseglenn s wunderly
199
The Effect of Ankle Motion on Ski Binding Release Tests Using an Anthropometric
210
Elevated Racer Binding Settings and Inadvertent Releaseslaurence r young
222
Measurement of Strength and Loading Variables on the Knee During Alpine
231
Modeling Forces on the Anterior Cruciate Knee Ligament During Backward Falls
267

Collision Injuries in Alpine Skiingharald lystad
69
Snowboarding Injuries on Alpine Slopesjasper e shealy and paul d sundman
75
Skiing Behavior of Alpine Recreational Skiersarne ekeland Age hotlmoen
85
Ability and Physical Condition in Relation to Injury Risk in Downhill Skiing
94
More on the Lesions of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Their Prevention
112
Unilateral Fracture of the Posterior Elements of the Lumbar Spine in Alpine
119
EyewearRelated Eye Injuries in Snow Skiingrobert l piziali
126
Acute Arterial Occlusion Caused by High Ski Boots Treated with LowDose
132
Dorsiflexion of the Human Ankle as It Relates to Ski Boot Design in Downhill
146
Measurements of the Forces Needed to Take Off Classic and Rear Entry
153
I Static and Dynamic
277
II Parameter
291
Continuing Biomechanical Analysismichael k lamont
311
Skiing Safety
328
Television Programs to Prevent Skiing Injuriesjose m figueras
339
Biomedical Tests During a High Mountain Ski Touring Competition Raid Blanc
357
A Technique for Analyzing the Thermal Resistance of Ski Gloves
367
A Clothing Design Prototype to Meet Male Alpine Ski Instructors Needs for Thermal
374
Index
385
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