Facial protection and head injuries in ice hockey: a systematic review

@article{Asplund2009FacialPA,
  title={Facial protection and head injuries in ice hockey: a systematic review},
  author={C. Asplund and S. Bettcher and J. Borchers},
  journal={British Journal of Sports Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={43},
  pages={993 - 999}
}
Objective: To summarise the best available evidence to determine if facial protection reduces head injury in ice hockey. Data Sources: MEDLINE and Cochrane databases through January 2009. Review Methods: Utilising terms: “head injuries,” “craniocerebral trauma [MeSH]”, “head injuries, closed [MeSH]”, head injuries, penetrating [MeSH]”, “face mask”, “face shield”, “visor” and “hockey”, 24 articles were identified through our systematic literature search. Of these, six studies met the inclusion… Expand
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