Traumatology of airborne sports in Switzerland.

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Summary of "Traumatology of airborne sports in Switzerland."

Airborne sports are becoming more popular, despite an increased risk of potentially serious accidents. Most accidents are caused by pilot errors, unforeseen climatic conditions or a poor environmental assessment. Cases caused by material defects are rare. Accidents often involve damage to the spine and lower limbs, with impaired functional prognosis. Implementation of safety regulations as well as the promotion of protection material has certainly allowed some reduction in the risk of accident, the emphasis on quality training must however be continued.


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Name: Revue medicale suisse
ISSN: 1660-9379
Pages: 1387-1389


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