Injury occurrence and risk factors in construction engineers and combat artillery soldiers.

@article{Reynolds2002InjuryOA,
  title={Injury occurrence and risk factors in construction engineers and combat artillery soldiers.},
  author={Katy L. Reynolds and L Cosio-lima and Joseph F. Creedon and Rebecca A. Gregg and Tanya Zigmont},
  journal={Military medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={167 12},
  pages={
          971-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVES This 1-year prospective study compared 125 construction engineers and 188 combat artillery soldiers to determine whether there were differences in injury occurrences/ types because of their diverse occupational tasks and training requirements. Also, intrinsic factors were studied to establish any associations with a soldier's risk for injury. METHODS Prestudy height, weight, and body mass index and fitness (3.2-km run, sit-ups, push-ups) data were collected prior to the injury… CONTINUE READING
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