Catastrophic Injuries in Sport and Recreation is an essential reference guide to safe participation in a wide variety of sports and recreational activities. A masterful achievement of methodology, it is the first complete epidemiological study and analysis of all catastrophic injuries in all sports and recreational activities that occurred within a large defined geographical area with a large population: ten million people within the province of Ontario between 1986 and 1995. Concentrating on injuries that resulted in death or long term disability, the contributors identify both the personal risk factors for participants and the societal risk factors that are important causes for these kinds of injuries. Providing detailed analysis of 2154 case studies, the contributors demonstrate what went wrong in each event, and show how each injury could have been prevented. Recommending specific prevention strategies for a wide range of injuries, Catastrophic Injuries in Sport and Recreation is a practical medical reference for athletes and doctors alike.DOUGLAS J. COOK AND CHARLES H. TATOR The personal watercraft (PWC) industry began in the late 1960s with the ... it was not until the 1970s when the Kawasaki Jet-SkiAr was introduced that the PWC became a common public pastime. ... The current PWC industry has several manufacturers with different models available, including sitting or standing models and single or multiple user models foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Catastrophic Injuries in Sports and Recreation|
|Author||:||Charles H. Tator|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 2008-12-27|