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Age thresholds for increased mortality of predominant crash induced thoracic injuries.
Assessing astronaut injury potential from suit connectors using a human body finite element model.
Design, development, and analysis of a surrogate for pulmonary injury prediction.
Characterization of crash-induced thoracic loading resulting in pulmonary contusion.
Reducing chest injuries in automobile collisions: rib fracture timing and implications for thoracic injury criteria.
Correlating the extent of pulmonary contusion to vehicle crash parameters in near-side impacts.
Investigating the effects of side airbag deployment in real-world crashes using crash comparison techniques.
Injury prediction in a side impact crash using human body model simulation.
Has the incidence of thoracolumbar spine injuries increased in the United States from 1998 to 2011?
Age- and sex-specific thorax finite element model development and simulation.
Driver Injury Risk Variability in Finite Element Reconstructions of Crash Injury Research and Engineering Network (CIREN) Frontal Motor Vehicle Crashes.
Mortality Risk in Pediatric Motor Vehicle Crash Occupants: Accounting for Developmental Stage and Challenging Abbreviated Injury Scale Metrics.
Finite element comparison of human and Hybrid III responses in a frontal impact.
Development and Validation of an Older Occupant Finite Element Model of a Mid-Sized Male for Investigation of Age-related Injury Risk.
Robust human body model injury prediction in simulated side impact crashes.
Functional outcomes of thoracic injuries in pediatric and adult occupants.
Functional outcomes of motor vehicle crash thoracic injuries in pediatric and adult occupants.
Characterization of the occult nature of frequently occurring pediatric motor vehicle crash injuries.