EFFECTS OF LAP BELT AND THREE-POINT RESTRAINTS ON PREGNANT BABOONS SUBJECTED TO DECELERATION.

Albert I. King, Warren M. Crosby, L. Clarke Stout, Rolf H. Eppinger

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Abstract

A series of 24 pregnant baboons was impacted under static test conditions, using various maternal restraints. Because of reduced fetal death rate, it is concluded that shoulder harness restraint should be recommended for use by pregnant travelers as being significantly more protective of fetal welfare when compared with lap belt restraint alone.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
Pages68-83
Number of pages16
StatePublished - 1971
EventProceedings of 15th Stapp Car Crash Conference - Coronado, Calif
Duration: Nov 17 1971Nov 19 1971

Other

OtherProceedings of 15th Stapp Car Crash Conference
CityCoronado, Calif
Period11/17/7111/19/71

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King, A. I., Crosby, W. M., Stout, L. C., & Eppinger, R. H. (1971). EFFECTS OF LAP BELT AND THREE-POINT RESTRAINTS ON PREGNANT BABOONS SUBJECTED TO DECELERATION. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 68-83)