Epidemiologic Analysis of Injury in Five Years of Canadian Professional Rodeo

@article{Butterwick2002EpidemiologicAO,
  title={Epidemiologic Analysis of Injury in Five Years of Canadian Professional Rodeo},
  author={Dale J. Butterwick and Brent E. Hagel and D S Nelson and Mark R LeFave and Willem H. Meeuwisse},
  journal={The American Journal of Sports Medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={30},
  pages={193 - 198}
}
Longitudinal studies of rodeo injuries are rare. We prospectively investigated injuries in professional rodeo in Canada over a 5-year period. Our specific interests included injury incidence density in specific rodeo events, risk factors such as past injury, and the incidence of head injury. Of 323 professional rodeos from 1995 through 1999, 63 rodeos provided a convenience sample. These rodeos were selected because the Canadian Professional Rodeo Sport Medicine Team was in attendance at these… 
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