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Published by American Society for Testing and Materials in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Skiing accidents -- Congresses.,
  • Skis and skiing -- Safety measures -- Congresses.,
  • Human mechanics -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementsponsored by ASTM Committee F-27 on Snow Skiing and the International Society for Skiing Safety, Naeba, Japan, 22-27 April, 1985 ; C.D. Mote, Jr., and Robert J. Johnson, editors.
    SeriesASTM special technical publication -- 938., ASTM special technical publication -- no. 938.
    ContributionsMote, C. Daniel., Johnson, Robert J., ASTM Committee F-27 on Snow Skiing., International Society for Skiing Safety., American Society for Testing and Materials., International Symposium on Skiing Trauma and Skiing Safety (6th : 1985 : Naeba, Japan)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC1220.S5 S545 1987
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[x], 345 p. :
    Number of Pages345
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17917582M
    ISBN 100803109369
    LC Control Number87001826

      Background: There is limited insight into the mechanisms of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in alpine skiing, particularly among professional ski racers. Purpose: This study was undertaken to qualitatively describe the mechanisms of anterior cruciate ligament injury in World Cup alpine skiing. Study Design: Case series; Level of evidence, 4. Methods: Twenty Cited by:   Skiing and snowboarding are popular recreational and competitive sport activities for children and youth. Injuries associated with both activities are frequent and can be serious. There is new evidence documenting the benefit of wearing helmets while skiing and snowboarding, as well as data refuting suggestions that helmet use may increase the risk of . In November , the 1st International Symposium on Concussion in Sport was held in Vienna, Austria to provide recommendations for the improvement of safety and health of athletes who suffer concussive injuries in ice hockey, football (soccer), and other by:


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[C Daniel Mote; Robert J Johnson; ASTM Committee F on Snow Skiing.; International Society for Skiing Safety.; American Society for Testing and Materials.; ASTM International.;]. STP Skiing Trauma and Safetyexplains the factors resulting in ski injuries and the steps being taken to reduce the risk of ski injuries.

Topics include: biomechanics and knee injuries; ski boots; release bindings, including testing; epidemiology of skiing injuries in Japan and Germany; spinal injuries; use of helicopter evacuation; and FIS efforts to control competitive skiing injuries. Analysis of Skiing Injuries in Sapporo, Japan, During Through Causes of Skiing Injuries: A Study of Temperature and Ski Area Congestion.

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Four Cases of Anorectal Abscess After Hip Contusion While on Skis. STP Skiing Trauma and Safety: Sixth International Symposium. Mote CD, Johnson RJ Published: STP Skiing Trauma and Safety: Seventh International Symposium. Johnson RJ, Mote CD, Binet M-H Published: Interested readers should see L.

Young and S. Lee, “Alpine Injury Pattern at Waterville Valley, Update,” in Ski Trauma and Safety: Eighth International Symposium, ASTM STP (American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, ), pp.

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SKIING TRAUMA AND SAFETY: FIFTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee F on Snow Skiing and by the International Society for Skiing Safety Keystone, CO, May ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION Robert J.

Johnson, University of Vermont, and C. Daniel Mote, Jr., University of California, editors. Buy Skiing Trauma And Safety: Sixth International Symposium, Oxfam, Mote, C.D., Jr & Johnson, Robert J. (eds.),Books, Sports Hobbies Games. " The force interplay between the foot, binding, and ski in cross-country skiing ", Skiing Trauma and Safety, Sixth International Symposium, ASTM STPAmerican Society for Testing and.

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MOTE JR and R. JOHNSON). ASTM STPPhiladelphia (). LIEU and C. MOTE, Mechanics of the turning snow ski. In Skiing Trauma and Safety: Fifth International Symposium, pp.

(Edited by R. JOHNSON and C. MOTE JR).Cited by: In: Johnson RJ, Mote CD Jr, ed. Skiing Trauma and Safety: Fifth International Symposium, ASTM STP Philadelphia: American Society for Testing and Mate-rials, Skiing injuries in Author: Arne Ekeland.

Walkhoff K, Baumann CW () Alpine ski boot hysteresis characteristics interpreted for skier target groups within the current standards. In: Mote CD Jr, Johnson RJ (eds) Skiing trauma and safety: sixth international symposium STP ASTM International, Philadelphia, pp – Google ScholarCited by: Request PDF | Snow Sports Trauma and Safety: Conference Proceedings of the International Society for Skiing Safety: 21st Volume | This book is open access under a CC BY-NC license.

This book. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: "The Ninth International Symposium on Skiing Trauma and Safety was held in. Sportverletzung Sportschaden,2(4), p. – [20] Walkhoff K and Baumann CW.

Alpine ski boot hysteresis characteristics interpreted for skier target groups within the current standards. In: Mote CD, Johnson RJ, editors. Skiing trauma and safety: sixth international symposium, ASTM STP Cited by: 2. In Mote CD, Johnson RJ editors, Skiing Trauma and Safety: Sixth International Symposium.

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Philadelphia: American Society for Testing and Materials STPpp. "Cited by: 3. The adjusted odds ratios for injury were (95% confidence interval [, ]) for skiers in the low level of skill category relative to highly skilled skiers, (, ) for skiers.

Dorsiflexion of the Human Ankle as it Relates to Ski Boot Design in Downhill Skiing Show all authors. Jasper E. Shealy, PhD 1. Jasper E. Shealy. Skiing Trauma and Safety: Sixth International Symposium, ASTM STPMote, C.

D., Johnson, R. J., Cited by: 3. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Papers presented at the Fifth International Symposium on Skiing Trauma and Skiing Safety. Background Limited knowledge exists on injuries among professional freestyle skiers.

Objective To describe the risk of injury and injury patterns among competitive World Cup (WC) freestyle skiers during the competitive season. Methods Retrospective interviews were conducted with WC freestyle skiers from 20 nations in a cohort study at the end of the Cited by: R Johnson, C Mote Jr (Eds.), Skiing trauma and safety: Sixth International Symposium, ASTMAmerican Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia (), pp.

Cited by: Lower extremity equipment-related injuries in alpine recreational skiers. Arne Ekeland, MD, PhD, Lower extremity equipment-related injuries in alpine recreational skiers Show all authors.

Arne Ekeland Johnsson RJ (eds): Skiing Trauma and Safety: Sixth International Symposium, ASTM STP Philadelphia, American Society for Testing and Cited by: [1] T. Sakata: Considerations on Mechanical Properties of Skis, Skiing Trauma and Safety: Sixth International Symposium, ASTM STPAmerican Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia (), pp DOI: /stpsCited by: 2.

21st International Congress on Ski Trauma and Skiing Safety, San Vito di Cadore - Cortina d'Ampezzo, (Web link) Lecturer(s): Posch, M Co-author(s): Eberle, R; Ruedl, G: A sex comparison of release torques during a self-release test of ski bindings adjusted to the ISO standard.

The Sixth International Symposium on Fire Safety Science was held at the University of Poitiers, France, from 5 - 9 July There were registrants attending two parallel sessions in which 85 papers were presented and three poster sessions in which 73 posters were displayed.

Twenty-five countries were. ASTM-STP Skiing Trauma and Safety: Sixth International Symposium $ 00 $ 00 ASTM-STP Fractography of Modern Engineering Materials: Composites and Metals. The mechanics of crosscountry skiing involve a complex interaction between the kinematic characteristics of the movement patterns and the kinetic relationships driving the motion.

Crosscountry skiing techniques have been the subject of some biomechanical research, primarily involving the traditional diagonal stride technique.

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Introduction. Alpine skiing is one of the most popular winter sports and enjoyed by an estimated million skiers worldwide. 1 An essential piece of equipment required for this discipline is the ski boot, which acts as an interface between skier and skis and transfers forces from the skier through the binding to the ski.

This force transfer is strongly influenced by the Cited by: 1. Please use the online form below to book and pay for your attendance at the Trauma Symposium (15 – 17 August ).

The cost is £ This system uses Paypal. Please select your first and second choices for each breakout session – these are allocated in order of booking. The anatomy sessions tend to fill quickly. Nagel A, Mösch S. Test devices for ski bindings sold in sports shops: state of the art and future development.

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