Protective and risk factors in amateur equestrians and description of injury patterns: A retrospective data analysis and a case - control survey

@inproceedings{Hasler2011ProtectiveAR,
  title={Protective and risk factors in amateur equestrians and description of injury patterns: A retrospective data analysis and a case - control survey},
  author={Rebecca Hasler and Lena Gyssler and Lorin M Benneker and Luca Martinolli and Andreas Sch{\"o}tzau and Heinz Zimmermann and Aristomenis K. Exadaktylos},
  booktitle={Journal of trauma management & outcomes},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND In Switzerland there are about 150,000 equestrians. Horse related injuries, including head and spinal injuries, are frequently treated at our level I trauma centre. OBJECTIVES To analyse injury patterns, protective factors, and risk factors related to horse riding, and to define groups of safer riders and those at greater risk METHODS We present a retrospective and a case-control survey at conducted a tertiary trauma centre in Bern, Switzerland.Injured equestrians from July 2000… CONTINUE READING
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