Head Injury Biomechanics, Volume 1-- The Skull

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Nearly 50,000 Americans die from brain injuries annually, with approximately half of all Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) being transportation-related. TBI is a critical and ever-evolving safety topic, with equally important components of injury prevention, consequences, and treatment.

This book is part of a 3-volume set which presents a comprehensive look at recent head injury research and focuses on head impact injuries and features 13 technical papers. These publications are primarily related to head impact and the resulting injury to the outside of the head – the skin, the bones of the skull, and sensory organs.

Editor Jeffrey A. Pike has selected the most relevant technical papers spanning the early 1990s through the beginning of 2011, including several older papers which provide an essential historical perspective. Each volume in the series also includes a table of references arranged by topic and a new chapter tying together anatomy, injury, and injury mechanism topics.

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Head Injury Biomechanics

The three-volume set consists of these individual volumes:

  • Head Injury Biomechanics, Volume 1--The Skull
  • Head Injury Biomechanics, Volume 2--The Brain
  • Head Injury Biomechanics, Volume 3--Mitigation
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    • 2011-09-08
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    • Published by SAE International with a Product Code of PT-152_1, ISBN of 978-0-7680-6035-5, and 216 pages in a softbound binding.
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