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151 Possible Causes for two wheeled, vehicle

  • Traffic Accident

    A lower odds-ratio was associated with users of two-wheel than four-wheel motor vehicles (OR 0.4; 0.2-0.9).[] […] driver of motor vehicle other than motorcycle convert E819.0 to ICD-10-CM E819.1 Motor vehicle traffic accident of unspecified nature injuring passenger in motor vehicle[] CONCLUSIONS: According to the characteristic of RTA found in this study, following preventive measures are recommended Helmet was necessary for two wheeled backseat riders[]

  • Seat Belt Injury

    The risk zone for drivers occurs during the first two to three inches of airbag inflation. Ten inches is a good safety margin.[] Clinical Scenario A 9-year-old boy presents to the Emergency Department (ED) following a motor vehicle collision.[] Seatbelts will prevent the head from hitting the windscreen, chest from hitting the steering wheel, and the pelvis from overriding the femur.[]

  • Facial Fracture

    Road traffic accidents were by far the leading aetiology and involved in near 70% of the cases, two-wheel vehicles. Out of the victims of fall, 39 fell from trees.[] Facial fractures develop after various forms of trauma, with motor vehicle accidents, contact sports, and both accidental or intentional injuries being most common.[] Motor vehicle crash was the most common mechanism (47%). Most fractures were diagnosed with maxillofacial computed tomography (78%).[]

  • Fetal Trauma

    Six of the eight fetuses were stillborn, and the other two died during the first postnatal day.[] As in any motor vehicle accident, look for clues about the vehicle’s speed, type of collision, whether it rolled over, injured occupants’ seat positions and seat belt use,[] The recommended minimum distance from sternum to steering wheel is 10 inches – limiting potential air-bag injury.[]

  • Cervical Spine Fracture

    Laumon, “Helmet Use and the Risk of Neck or Cervical Spine Injury among Users of Motorized Two-Wheel Vehicles,” Injury Pre- ventio n , Vol. 14, No. 4, 2008, pp. 238-244. do[] Abstract We present the case of a 50-year-old man who visited our emergency department 12 h after an alcohol-related motor vehicle accident complaining of shoulder pain and[] The American Academy of Pediatrics currently advises against the use of vehicle safety belts until the shoulder belt can be positioned across the chest with the lap belt snug[]

  • Abdominal Injury

    Two bruising patterns worth noting are Cullen's sign and Grey-Turner's sign, both of which indicate retroperitoneal hemorrhage.[] Data from 1070 motor vehicle occupants - 65 with concomitant humeral shaft fractures and 1005 without humeral shaft fractures - revealed that 63% of motor vehicle occupants[] Participants were front seat occupants aged 16 years or older involved in motor vehicle crashes with collision.[]

  • Traumatic Asphyxia

    Abstract Two cases of traumatic asphyxia in young children are reported. The first was a 2 year old child run over at low speed by the front wheels of a delivery van.[] Major categories included vehicle crashes (N 37), industrial accidents (N 9), farm accidents (N 6) and entrapment beneath vehicles (N 5).[] Traumatic asphyxia following a moving motor vehicle accident was significantly associated with alcohol ingestion (p less than 0.001).[]

  • Lithium

    […] battery packs provide turn-key solutions for specific markets such as robotic vacuums; e-bikes; UAV/drones; AGV (Automated Guided Vehicle); UL certified battery packs for two-wheel[] For their study, they assessed the global availability of lithium and compared it to the potential demand from large-scale global use of electric vehicles.[] […] the plug-in electric vehicles on the market today.[]

  • Traumatic Aortic Rupture

    This is EMS Unit 201 en route with a single patient from a two-car, head-on road crash," the EMS radio broadcasts.[] It is caused by motor vehicle accidents or severe falls and the majority of affected individuals dies at the scene.[] A 26-year-old man was involved in a motor vehicle accident and admitted in a state of hypovolemic shock.[]

  • Head Injury

    Three hours and two helicopter flights later, Francklyn was wheeled into emergency surgery in Idaho Falls, where doctors inserted a licox, a device designed to alleviate the[] Abstract A case of an unusual head injury by a forklift vehicle is presented. Copyright 2018 Elsevier Ltd and Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine.[] Without proper protection, a fall of as little as two feet can result in a skull fracture or other TBI.[]

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