Purpose: This manuscript aimed to present a review of the literature pertaining to horse riding and other horse-related injuries. Method: A review of the literature was performed, searching for appropriate terms with regard to horse accidents,
Author(s)
Lauren Meredith, Robert Ekman, Karin Brolin
Published in
The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences & Practice
Year of publication
2018
Objectives Head injuries are the leading cause of death in horse-related injury events and, even since the introduction of helmets, represent a sizeable proportion of all horse-related injuries. Falls from horseback and kicks to the head
Author(s)
Lauren Meredith, Robert Ekman, Robert Thomson
Published in
BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine
Year of publication
2018
OBJECTIVE: To increase the protection of child passengers in crashes preceded by evasive steering, understanding of how children interact with the seat belt in such situations is essential. This study aims to quantify child kinematics and
Author(s)
Baker G, Stockman I, Bohman K, Jakobsson L, Osvalder AL, Svensson M, Wimmerstedt M
Published in
Traffic Injury Prevention
Year of publication
2018
The dorsal root ganglion (DRG) that is embedded in the foramen of the cervical vertebra can be injured during a whiplash motion. A potential cause is that whilst the neck bends in the whiplash motion, the
Author(s)
Yao HD, Svensson MY, Nilsson H
Published in
Journal of Biomechanics
Year of publication
2018
The chest response of the human body has been studied for several load conditions, but is not well known in the case of steering wheel rim-to-chest impact in heavy goods vehicle frontal collisions. The aim of
Author(s)
Holmqvist K, Svensson MY, Davidsson J, Gutsche A, Tomasch E, Darok M, Ravnik D
Published in
Accident Analysis and Prevention
Year of publication
2016
In car driving, gaze typically leads the steering when negotiating curves. The aim of the current study was to investigate whether drivers also use this gaze-leads-steering strategy when time-sharing between driving and a visual secondary task.
Author(s)
Lehtonen E, Lappi O, Koskiahde N, Mansikka T, Hietamäki J, Summala H
Published in
Accident Analysis and Prevention
Year of publication
2018
The total number of road crashes in Europe is decreasing, but the number of crashes involving cyclists is not decreasing at the same rate. When cars and bicycles share the same lane, cars typically need to
Author(s)
Jordanka Kovaceva, Gustav Nero, Jonas Bärgman, Marco Dozza
Published in
Safety Science
Year of publication
2018
Cycling in urban environments requires the ability to distinguish between relevant and irrelevant targets quickly and reliably, so that potential hazards can be anticipated and avoided. In two experiments, we investigated where adults and children direct
Author(s)
M.C. Melin, E. Peltomaa, L. Schildt, E. Lehtonen
Published in
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour
Year of publication
2018
Analyzing a crash using driving recorder data makes it possible to objectively examine factors contributing to the occurrence of the crash. In this study, car-to-cyclist crashes and near crashes recorded on cars equipped with advanced driving
Author(s)
Daisuke Ito a, Kosei Hayakawa a, Yuma Kondo a, Koji Mizuno a, Robert Thomson b, Giulio Bianchi Piccinini b, Naruyuki Hosokawa c
Published in
Accident Analysis & Prevention
Year of publication
2018
Bicyclist fatalities are a great concern in the European Union. Most of them are due to crashes between motorized vehicles and bicyclists at unsignalised intersections. Different countermeasures are currently being developed and implemented in order to
Author(s)
Boda CN, Dozza M, Bohman K, Thalya P, Larsson A, Lubbe N
Published in
Accident Analysis and Prevention
Year of publication
2018

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