Car safety. Hodges, N., L. & Smith, G., A. Pediatrics in review / American Academy of Pediatrics, 35(4):155-60, quiz 161, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2014.
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• On the basis of strong research evidence, motor vehicle-related crashes are a significant cause of morbidity and mortality among children and teens in the United States. (1)(2)(3)(4) • On the basis of strong research evidence, child passenger safety can be viewed as consisting of 4 steps, with each transition resulting in a reduction in protection for the occupant. (1)(2) • On the basis of strong research evidence, some populations, including preterm and low-birth-weight infants and children with special health care needs, may require extra assistance to provide for their child passenger safety needs. (9) • On the basis of strong research evidence, parents should be alerted to noncrash vehicle-related hazards because these can also cause injury and death. (10) • On the basis of strong research evidence, teen drivers are at higher risk for motor vehicle-related crashes; however, there are known effective strategies to reduce injury crashes among this population. (4).
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