HEAD RESTRAINT MEASURING DEVICE

@inproceedings{Gane1996HEADRM,
  title={HEAD RESTRAINT MEASURING DEVICE},
  author={John Gane and Jocelyn Pedder},
  year={1996}
}
Soft tissue neck injuries sustained in rear-end injuries (so-called "whiplash" injuries) are the most common type of injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents. In fact, in Canada, these injuries exceed all other types of injuries combined. In support of efforts to reduce the incidence and severity of these types of injuries, criteria for adequate head restraint position have been developed based on minimum height and set-back requirements. The North American fleet of 1996 model vehicles… CONTINUE READING

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