Effect of seated restraint and body size on lung function

@article{Parkes2011EffectOS,
  title={Effect of seated restraint and body size on lung function},
  author={J. Parkes and D. Thake and M. Price},
  journal={Medicine, Science and the Law},
  year={2011},
  volume={51},
  pages={177 - 181}
}
Background Previous studies of death during law enforcement restraint have focused on lying restraint positions; this study extends this work to seated restraint positions. Methods Lung function in a standing control position was compared with lung function in seated positions using 40 volunteers. Figure 1 Seated, leaning forward, restraint applied Figure 2 Effect of position on lung function (forced vital capacity – FVC). Notes: position one: standing control (=100%); position two: seated… Expand
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