Upper limb in injuries in dry ski slope skiing — a continuing problem

@article{Shephard2000UpperLI,
  title={Upper limb in injuries in dry ski slope skiing — a continuing problem},
  author={G J Shephard and Marc Saab and K H Ali},
  journal={European Journal of Emergency Medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={7},
  pages={31–34}
}
The aim of this study was to assess how common injuries to the upper limbs are from dry ski slope skiing, to document the pattern of injury to the upper limbs from dry ski slope skiing and to discuss preventative measures. Skier's experience was also determined. The study was carried out on 174 patients attending the accident and emergency department over a period of 3 years who had sustained injuries from dry ski slope skiing. Prospective registration was used to collect the data. Sixty‐seven… 
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Adult Hand Injuries on Artificial Ski Slopes
TLDR
It is concluded that the hardness of the surface of the artificial ski slopes could be responsible for the types of injuries suffered by patients after skiing on an artificial ski slope.