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

    Johnson R., Mote C.

    Johnson R., Mote C.

    Flexibility of the Human Knee as a Result of Varus/Valgus and Axial Moments in Vivo: Apparatus Design and Performance Evaluation
    Hull M., Mills O.

    Flexibility of the Human Knee as a Result of Varus/Valgus and Axial Moments in Vivo: Experiments and Results
    Hull M., Mills O.

    Design and Performance Evaluation of an Automated System to Determine Knee Flexibility in Vitro
    Berns G., Hull M., Patterson H.

    A Six-Degree-of-Freedom Acoustic Transducer for Rotation and Translation Measurements Across the Knee
    Mote C., Quinn T.

    Optimal Design of an Uncoupled Six-Degree-of-Freedom Dynamometer
    Mote C., Quinn T.

    Conservative Treatment of Acute Knee Ligament Injuries—Long-Term Results
    Järvinen M., Kannus P.

    Alpine Injury Pattern at Waterville Valley—1989 Update
    Lee S., Young L.

    A Relative Analysis of Downhill and Cross-Country Ski Injuries
    Miller D., Shealy J.

    Alpine Skiing Injuries in Scandinavian Skiers
    Ekeland A., Holtmoen &., Lystad H.

    Femoral Shaft Fractures Resulting from Alpine Skiing Injuries
    Ettlinger C., Johnson R., Shealy J.

    Ski Injury Statistics—What Changes?
    Lamont M.

    Alpine Skiing Injuries: An Epidemiological Study
    Allman F., Oliver B.

    Nationwide Registration of Ski Injuries in Sweden
    Eriksson B., Lundkvist S., Sandegård J.

    Pain Threshold Along the Lower Leg in Alpine Ski Boots
    Hauser W., Rosemeyer B., Ruckdeschl P., Schaff P.

    Dynamic Displacement and Pressure Distribution in Alpine Ski Boots
    Hall B., Nelson R., Schaff P.

    A New Artificial Leg for Ski Boot Testing
    Hauser W., Schaff P., Senner V.

    Ski Boot Thermography Method and Its Significance
    Zucco P.

    A Model for the Turning Snow Ski
    Mote C., Renshaw A.

    Designing Effective Health Education for Downhill Skiers: Results of a Randomized Intervention Study
    Bouter L., Damoiseaux V., de Jongh A., Hospers H.

    Planning Health Education for Downhill Skiers
    Bouter L., Kok G.

    Behavioral Risk Factors for Ski Injury: Problem Analysis as a Basis for Effective Health Education
    Bouter L., Knipschild P.

    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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