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    Skiing Trauma and Safety: Eighth International Symposium

    Mote CD, Johnson RJ
    Published: 1991

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    21 peer-reviewed papers present the latest in skiing injury prevention and future developments in equipment and methods to reduce the risk of skiing injury.

    Chapters include:

    • The Knee

    • Skiing Injury Statistics

    • The Ski Boot

    • The Ski

    • Education and Behavior.

    For sports medicine physicians and ancillary personnel treating sports injuries; ski area operators, ski patrolmen, research engineers, recreational and racing skiers, and anyone interested in the promotion of safer skiing.

    Table of Contents



    Flexibility of the Human Knee as a Result of Varus/Valgus and Axial Moments in Vivo: Apparatus Design and Performance Evaluation

    Flexibility of the Human Knee as a Result of Varus/Valgus and Axial Moments in Vivo: Experiments and Results

    Design and Performance Evaluation of an Automated System to Determine Knee Flexibility in Vitro

    A Six-Degree-of-Freedom Acoustic Transducer for Rotation and Translation Measurements Across the Knee

    Optimal Design of an Uncoupled Six-Degree-of-Freedom Dynamometer

    Conservative Treatment of Acute Knee Ligament Injuries—Long-Term Results

    Alpine Injury Pattern at Waterville Valley—1989 Update

    A Relative Analysis of Downhill and Cross-Country Ski Injuries

    Alpine Skiing Injuries in Scandinavian Skiers

    Femoral Shaft Fractures Resulting from Alpine Skiing Injuries

    Ski Injury Statistics—What Changes?

    Alpine Skiing Injuries: An Epidemiological Study

    Nationwide Registration of Ski Injuries in Sweden

    Pain Threshold Along the Lower Leg in Alpine Ski Boots

    Dynamic Displacement and Pressure Distribution in Alpine Ski Boots

    A New Artificial Leg for Ski Boot Testing

    Ski Boot Thermography Method and Its Significance

    A Model for the Turning Snow Ski

    Designing Effective Health Education for Downhill Skiers: Results of a Randomized Intervention Study

    Planning Health Education for Downhill Skiers

    Behavioral Risk Factors for Ski Injury: Problem Analysis as a Basis for Effective Health Education

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: F27

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1104-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5164-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1405-0

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