By Dennis J. Caine, Peter Harmer, Melissa Schiff
This new quantity within the Encyclopaedia of activities drugs sequence, released lower than the auspices of the overseas Olympic Committee, offers a state-of-the- paintings account of the epidemiology of harm throughout a extensive spectrum of Olympic activities. The booklet makes use of the general public wellbeing and fitness version in describing the scope of the damage challenge, the linked chance elements, and in comparing the present examine on harm prevention thoughts defined within the literature.Epidemiology of harm in Olympic activities comprehensively covers what's recognized concerning the distribution and determinants of harm and damage premiums in every one recreation. The editors and individuals have taken an evidence-based strategy and followed a uniform technique to evaluate the information to be had. every one bankruptcy is illustrated with tables which make it effortless to envision damage components among experiences inside a recreation and among sports.With contributions from the world over popular specialists, this is often a useful reference e-book for docs, actual therapists and athletic running shoes who serve athletes and activities groups, and for activities medication scientists and healthcare pros who're attracted to the epidemiological research of damage in sports.
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Epidemiology of Injury in Olympic Sports by Dennis J. Caine, Peter Harmer, Melissa Schiff