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    STP1022

    Skiing Trauma and Safety: Seventh International Symposium

    Johnson RJ, Mote CD, Binet M-H
    Published: 1989


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    Research findings and expert opinion on the problem of snow skiing injury. 39 papers cover: epidemiology of skier injuries; skier behavior, ability, and conditioning; specific skier injuries; ski boot mechanics; binding mechanics; biomechanics of the lower extremity in skiing; biomechanics of thumb injuries; skiing safety; biomedical testing; and clothing.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction

    Overview

    Risk Factors for Ski Injuries: A Crash Course of Epidemiologic Methods with Emphasis on Comparability in Experiments and Case-Control Studies

    Experimental Prospective Skiing Injury Study

    Skier Injury Trends

    A Five-Year Survey of Skiing Injuries in Hemsedal, Norway

    Skiing Injuries in Alpine Recreational Skiers

    An Investigation into Ski Injuries and Equipment in Switzerland: Objectives, Means, and Observations

    Fatal Skiing Accidents in Austria—Epidemiology and Analysis

    Collision Injuries in Alpine Skiing

    Snowboarding Injuries on Alpine Slopes

    Skiing Behavior of Alpine Recreational Skiers

    Ability and Physical Condition in Relation to Injury Risk in Downhill Skiing

    Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Female Alpine Ski Racers

    More on the Lesions of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Their Prevention in Skiers

    Unilateral Fracture of the Posterior Elements of the Lumbar Spine in Alpine Skiing

    Eyewear-Related Eye Injuries in Snow Skiing

    Acute Arterial Occlusion Caused by High Ski Boots Treated with Low-Dose Streptokinase

    Influences on the Foot Pressure Pattern in Ski Boots

    Dorsiflexion of the Human Ankle as it Relates to Ski Boot Design in Downhill Skiing

    Measurements of the Forces Needed to Take Off Classic and Rear Entry Ski Boots

    A New Lower Leg Prosthesis with Simulation Device for the Achilles Tendon

    Problems Encountered in Flex Measurements on Alpine Ski Boots

    Measurement of Boot Loads Using a Second-Generation Microcomputer-Controlled Snow Ski Binding System

    A Mechanical Alpine Ski Binding with Programmable Release

    The Effect of Ankle Motion on Ski Binding Release Tests Using an Anthropometric Dummy

    Elevated Racer Binding Settings and Inadvertent Releases

    Measurement of Strength and Loading Variables on the Knee During Alpine Skiing

    Three-Dimensional Loading of the Knee During Internal-External Rotation: The Effect of Ankle Constraint

    Modeling Forces on the Anterior Cruciate Knee Ligament During Backward Falls While Skiing

    Axial Rotation of the Lower Limb Under Torsional Loading: I. Static and Dynamic Measurements in Vivo

    Axial Rotation of the Lower Limb Under Torsional Loading: II. Parameter Identification of a Dynamic System Model

    Skier's Thumb: Continuing Biomechanical Analysis

    Metacarpophalangeal Sprain of the Thumb in Downhill Skiers: Ergonomic Study

    On the Skiability of Snow

    Television Programs to Prevent Skiing Injuries

    Organization of Skiing Safety in Norway

    Biomedical Tests during a High Mountain Ski Touring Competition (Raid Blanc)

    A Technique for Analyzing the Thermal Resistance of Ski Gloves

    A Clothing Design Prototype to Meet Male Alpine Ski Instructors' Needs for Thermal Comfort

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: F27

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1022-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5083-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1197-4

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