Skiing Trauma and Safety: 19th Volume

    Johnson Robert, Shealy Jasper, Greenwald Richard, Scher Irving
    Published: 2012

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    Nineteen peer-reviewed papers provide the latest research for identifying and evaluating all aspects of safety concerning alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, freestyle skiing, snowboarding, and skiboarding.

    Sections cover:
    • Wrist Guards
    • Jumping
    • Resort Safety
    • Epidemiology
    • Helmets
    • Hip Injuries

    Table of Contents

    Implications of Wrist Guard Use on Wrist Injuries in Pediatric Snowboarders: A Retrospective Case Series
    Engel N., Langran M.

    Prospective Study to Compare Efficacy of Different Designs of Wrist Protection for Snowboarders
    Binet M., Rowlands A., Wadsworth P.

    Effect of Wearing a Wrist Guard on the Site of Injury in the Upper Limb in Snowsports Participants
    Dickson T., Trathen S., Waddington A., Waddington G.

    The Use of Wrist Guards by Snowboarders in Switzerland
    Bianchi G., Brügger O., Michel F.

    Testing Damping Performance and Bending Stiffness of Snowboarding Wrist Protectors
    Michel F., Schmitt K., Staudigl F.

    Design of Terrain Park Jump Landing Surfaces for Constant Equivalent Fall Height Is Robust to “Uncontrollable” Factors
    Hubbard M., Swedberg A.

    Modeling the “Pop” in Winter Terrain Park Jumps
    McNeil J.

    Modeling Terrain Park Jumps: Linear Tabletop Geometry May Not Limit Equivalent Fall Height
    Hubbard M., Swedberg A.

    The Inverting Effect of Curvature in Winter Terrain Park Jump Takeoffs
    McNeil J.

    The Effect of Impact Speed, Construction, and Layout of Different Ski Safety Barriers on Peak Decelerations and Penetration Values of a Solid Dummy During Full Scale Impacts
    Petrone N.

    The California Mountain Resort Safety Report: Survey Methodology and Scoring Criteria
    Penniman D.

    Easiest Routes and Slow Zones: How Fast Do I Go?: Speeds and Distances of Recreational and Expert Snowsport Participants
    Dickson T., Terwiel F., Trathen S., Waddington G.

    Winter Sports Injuries in France over Two Decades
    Bajolle L., Delay J., Lamy D., Laporte J.

    Alpine Skiing, Telemarking, Snowboarding, and Skiboarding Injuries Related to Gender and Ability
    Ekeland A., Rødven A.

    Cross-Country Skiing Injuries in the Czech Republic During the 2003–2010 Period
    Chlad R., Rokyta J.

    Head and Neck Injury Potential With and Without Helmets During Head-First Impacts on Snow
    Bates E., Cripton P., Dressler D., Richards D., Van Toen C.

    The Influence of Headform Circumference and Mass on Alpine Ski Helmet Performance in Laboratory Tests
    Gimbel G., Hoshizaki T., Post A.

    Common Mechanisms of Hip Injury and Associated Hip Pathology in Professional Skiers and Snowboarders
    Briggs K., Herzog M., Philippon M.

    Comparison between Hybrid III Headforms by Linear and Angular Dynamic Impact Response Characteristics
    Hoshizaki T., Kendall M.

    Author and Subject Index

    Committee: F27

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1553-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7566-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7539-6

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