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Establishing special needs car seat loan program.


Bull MJ, Stroup KB, Stout J, Doll JP, Jones J, Feller N.
PMID: 2314968
Pediatrics. 1990 Apr;85(4):540-7.

Car seat loan and rental programs have provided many families with low-cost access to child restraints. When an infant or child is unable to be accommodated in a standard car seat or seat belt owing to physical or medical...

Child passenger safety in the car: are we involved enough?.

Critical care nurse

Slota MC.
PMID: 2328614
Crit Care Nurse. 1990 Apr;10(4):72-9.

No abstract available.

The effects of a mandatory child restraint law on injuries requiring hospitalization.

American journal of diseases of children (1960)

Margolis LH, Wagenaar AC, Liu W.
PMID: 3177307
Am J Dis Child. 1988 Oct;142(10):1099-103. doi: 10.1001/archpedi.1988.02150100093035.

Using data on all inpatients in 16 Michigan hospitals from 1980 through 1985, the clinical effects of a mandatory child restraint law were examined. Time-series analytic techniques revealed a 36% decline in hospitalization for all injuries, with a 25%...

Injuries associated with child safety seat misuse.

Pediatric emergency care

Graham CJ, Kittredge D, Stuemky JH.
PMID: 1454645
Pediatr Emerg Care. 1992 Dec;8(6):351-3. doi: 10.1097/00006565-199212000-00012.

The charts of 370 children under the age of two years who presented to a pediatric emergency department between September 1988 and August 1989 were reviewed. Twenty-seven patients (7% of the total) had injuries associated with child safety seat...

[Evaluation of the application of laws or regulations].

Revue d'epidemiologie et de sante publique

Tursz A.
PMID: 1871396
Rev Epidemiol Sante Publique. 1991;39:S43-50.

In the field of safety, accidents and injuries, laws and regulations can either ensure a passive protection of persons, or need their active participation. In the latter situation, beside the use of health indicators (rates of fatalities, accidents, injuries),...

Characteristics of crying and noncrying activity of full-term neonates.

Child development

Korner AF, Kraemer HC, Haffner ME, Thoman EB.
PMID: 4143885
Child Dev. 1974 Dec;45(4):953-8.

No abstract available.

Bilateral tibial fractures in properly restrained toddlers involved in motor vehicle collisions: case reports.

The Journal of trauma

Uphold R, Harvey R, Misselbeck W, Hill S.
PMID: 1942155
J Trauma. 1991 Oct;31(10):1411-4. doi: 10.1097/00005373-199110000-00019.

It is well documented that the use of child restraints, specifically child safety seats, can reduce morbidity and mortality in young victims of motor vehicle crashes. Literature review reveals few extremity fractures in properly restrained toddlers. Of 10 restrained...

Ventilatory changes in convalescent infants positioned in car seats.

The Journal of pediatrics

Willett LD, Leuschen MP, Nelson LS, Nelson RM.
PMID: 2769505
J Pediatr. 1989 Sep;115(3):451-5. doi: 10.1016/s0022-3476(89)80854-6.

Because premature infants have been shown to be at risk for hypoxia and bradycardia when positioned in standard car seats, this study was done to confirm this finding in a larger sample, to investigate convalescent term infants in the...

Factors influencing the use of infant car restraints.

Accident; analysis and prevention

Inder T, Geddis DC.
PMID: 2393477
Accid Anal Prev. 1990 Jun;22(3):297-300. doi: 10.1016/0001-4575(90)90021-c.

Over a six-week period 100 mothers in Dunedin, New Zealand obtained General Motors infant car seats from a rental scheme. In interviews conducted in the maternity hospital, before the seats had been used, the mother's perceptions of the comfort...

Information needs of parents of a child in a Pavlik harness.

Orthopedic nursing

Bull MJ, Stroup KB, Feller N.
PMID: 3174183
Orthop Nurs. 1988 Sep-Oct;7(5):12.

No abstract available.

Children in cars--are they safe?.

The Practitioner

Avery G.
PMID: 3217357
Practitioner. 1988 May 09;232(1448):497-8, 501.

No abstract available.

The trouble with baby walkers.

The Canadian nurse

Inwood S, Downer H.
PMID: 2706613
Can Nurse. 1989 Apr;85(4):14-5.

No abstract available.

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