By Y. C. Fung (auth.), Alan M. Nahum M.D., John W. Melvin Ph.D. (eds.)
Writing on unintended harm frequently turns out to ensue from one among views. One point of view is that of these curious about facets of damage prognosis and therapy and the opposite is that of these within the engineering and biologic sciences who speak about mechanical ideas and simulations. From our perspective, major details difficulties exist on the interface: folks within the enterprise of analysis and remedy don't know how one can entry, use, and assessment theoretical info that doesn't have visible sensible applica tions; people at the theoretical facet don't have adequate real-life box facts with which to spot difficulties or to judge strategies. the precise approach presents a relentless two-way circulation of information that enables continu ous challenge identity and path correction. This e-book makes an attempt to supply a cutting-edge examine the utilized biomechanics of accidental-injury causation and prevention. The authors are famous autho rities of their really expert fields. it truly is was hoping that this ebook will stimulate extra utilized learn within the box of accidental-injury causation and prevention. Alan M. Nahum, M.D. John W Melvin, Ph.D.
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Accidental Injury: Biomechanics and Prevention by Y. C. Fung (auth.), Alan M. Nahum M.D., John W. Melvin Ph.D. (eds.)