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Kinematics and shoulder belt position of child rear seat passengers during vehicle maneuvers.
This data provides valuable knowledge on possible pre-impact postures of children as a result of vehicle swerving maneuvers for a variety of restraint systems.
Older Children's Sitting Postures, Behaviour and Comfort Experience during Ride - A Comparison between an Integrated Booster Cushion and a High-Back Booster
Sitting postures and comfort experience were analysed from six children aged 7-9 (131-145 cm) seated on an Integrated Booster Cushion (IBC) and a high-back Booster (hbB) during 1 hour on-road drives
Management and 1‐Year Outcomes of Patients With Newly Diagnosed Atrial Fibrillation and Chronic Kidney Disease: Results From the Prospective GARFIELD‐AF Registry
The effect of moderate‐to‐severe CKD on mortality was significantly greater in patients from Asia than the rest of the world, and the quality of anticoagulant control with vitamin K antagonists did not differ with CKD stage.
Safety of children in cars: A review of biomechanical aspects and human body models
The protection of children in motor vehicle crashes has improved since the introduction of child restraint systems. However, motor vehicle crashes remain one of the top leading causes of death for
Kinematics of Child Volunteers and Child Anthropomorphic Test Devices During Emergency Braking Events in Real Car Environment
The forward displacement was within the same range for all children regardless of stature and restraint system, however, the maximum forward position depended on the initial seated posture and shoulder belt position on the shoulder.
Risk profiles and one-year outcomes of patients with newly diagnosed atrial fibrillation in India: Insights from the GARFIELD-AF Registry
Compared to previously published registries from India, the GARFIELD-AF registry describes clinical profiles and outcomes in Indian patients with AF of a different etiology and shows that compared to the rest of the world, Indian AF patients are younger in age and have more diabetes and CAD.
Development of an Active 6-Year-Old Child Human Body Model for Simulation of Emergency Events
One contributing factor to head injury in restrained child occupants is pre‐crash maneuvers and active child human body models (HBMs) can be useful tools to design pre‐crash interventions with child
Active Spine Modeling Representing a 6 Year-Old Child
In a car crash, properly restrained forward facing children may sustain head injuries due to contact with the car interior. Emergency events such as braking and steering will influence the kinematics
Older children's sitting postures when riding in the rear seat
An on‐road driving study comprising six children aged 8‐13 years (138‐150 cm) was conducted to increase the understanding of children’s natural sitting behavior during a car ride. Each child was
Naturalistic Observation of Children in Cars: An International Partnership
It is well known that in the rear seat of cars, small children squirm, slide, slump, sleep, play and interact with their fellow passengers. Our previous findings from a pilot study show that children