Browse Publications Books R-379
2008-07-17

Forensic Biomechanics R-379

Designed to help safety professionals in various disciplines learn how to read medical records, Forensic Biomechanics will reveal the types of information these records contain and the insight they can provide on critical issues such as restraint usage and deployment, injury mechanisms, severity and outcome, and the effects of prior medical conditions.

Case studies look at real-world examples of the use of medical records in situations involving factors such as pre-existing conditions and high-speed rear impact.

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