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Trampolines: What's the Harm?

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Summary of "Trampolines: What's the Harm?"

Trampolines hold the promise of fun and enjoyment for many children, but they are associated with a significant number of orthopedic and other injuries. Injuries vary from minor to severe, and the most common are extremity injuries. Although most injuries are associated with residential (ie, backyard) trampolines, a growing number of injuries now occur in trampoline parks. Adult supervision has not been effective for prevention. Emerging data on trampoline park-related injuries indicate that caution should be exercised in these settings as well. [Pediatr Ann. 2018;47(10):e385-e387.].

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Name: Pediatric annals
ISSN: 1938-2359
Pages: e385-e387

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