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43558

Head injuries, helmets, cycle lanes and cyclists.
B 32094 [electronic version only] /84 /
Simpson, A. H. R. W. Unwin, P. S. & Nelson, I. W.
From: British Medical Journal, Vol. 296 (1988- 04- 23), p. 1161- 1162, 3 ref.

Samenvatting The number of injuries to cyclists is increasing, yet the United Kingdom lags behind other countries in trying to remedy the problem. The incidence of head injuries in a study by the Accident Service, Oxford, of accidents to cyclists is reported. The effects that wearing helmets and separate cycle lanes might have on the incidence of injuries at cyclists are commented.
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