Medical conditions as a contributing factor in crash causation

@inproceedings{VLA2008MedicalCA,
  title={Medical conditions as a contributing factor in crash causation},
  author={Lindsay VLA},
  year={2008}
}
  • Lindsay VLA
  • Published 2008
Despite recognition that medical conditions contribute to the risk of crash involvement, little is understood about the mechanisms by which these conditions lead to drivers, riders and pedestrians being involved in motor vehicle collisions. This study involved in-depth at-scene investigation of 298 road crashes in the Adelaide metropolitan area in which at least one person was transported to hospital or fatally injured as a result of injuries sustained in the crash. Medical records for those… CONTINUE READING

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