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Epilepsy and driving: Local experience from Saudi Arabia.

The issue of epilepsy and driving has legal, social, and psychological implications. Many countries in the world restrict driving to people prone to epilepsy. There is no data from Saudi Arabia regarding the prevalence of driving among patients with epilepsy and their driving practices. In addition, to the best of our knowledge, there are no local laws or guidelines concerning driving for patients with epilepsy in Saudi Arabia. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of driving among male patients with...


Comparison among driving state prediction models for car-following condition based on EEG and driving features.

Risky driving states such as aggressive driving and unstable driving are the cause of many traffic accidents. Many studies have used either driving data or physiological data such as electroencephalography (EEG) to estimate and monitor driving states. However, few studies made comparison among those driving-feature-based, EEG-feature-based and hybrid-feature-based (combination of driving features and EEG features) models. Further, limited types of EEG features have been extracted and investigated in the exi...

Association between higher-order driving instruction and risky driving behaviours: Exploring the mediating effects of a self-regulated safety orientation.

Adolescents' risky driving behaviours contribute to their over-representation in road trauma. Higher-order driving instruction is suggested to reduce such behaviours. To sustain positive behaviours in the long-term, self-determination theory identifies self-regulation as fundamental. The current research explored associations between higher-order driving instruction, risky driving behaviours, and a self-regulated safety orientation. Learner drivers (n = 544), aged 16-19 years, responded to a 91-item sur...


A Pilot Study Comparing Newly Licensed Drivers With and Without Autism and Experienced Drivers in Simulated and On-Road Driving.

This study compared newly licensed drivers with and without autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and experienced drivers. Twenty new drivers (8 with ASD) and 16 experienced drivers completed the Driving Attitude Scale (DAS) and drove a simulator and an instrumented vehicle. Heart rate (HR), galvanic skin response (GSR), wrist movement, eye-gaze and driving performance were monitored. ASD drivers had more negative attitudes toward driving and greater change in HR, GSR and wrist movement. In a driving simulator, dr...

Effects of driver sleepiness and fatigue on violations among truck drivers in India.

This study aims at capturing the influence of driver drowsiness on prevalence of traffic violations among long-haul truck drivers. The study is based on a roadside survey of 453 long-haul truck drivers, stopping at eateries and rest locations on highways connected to three Indian cities- Mumbai, Indore and Nagpur. The survey questionnaire was categorized into three sections: driver demographics, work-rest schedules and safety critical driver behavior (violations and lapses) in the last five years. The quest...

Multitasking additional-to-driving: Prevalence, structure, and associated risk in SHRP2 naturalistic driving data.

This paper 1) analyzes the extent to which drivers engage in multitasking additional-to-driving (MAD) under various conditions, 2) specifies odds ratios (ORs) of crashing associated with MAD, and 3) explores the structure of MAD.

Teen Driving Education in a Pediatric Emergency Department: Effectiveness of a Toolkit.

In the United States, the leading cause of death for adolescents aged 16 to 24 years is motor vehicle crashes, with Alabama ranked as the second-worst state in the nation for teen driving deaths. We sought to determine the efficacy of teenage driving education within the setting of the pediatric emergency department and to assess the driving habits of teenagers and their parents and their understanding of the Alabama Graduated Driver's License (GDL) law.

Driving Ability and Safety in Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Systematic Review.

To identify whether rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is associated with driving ability and/or the use of assistive devices or modifications to improve driving ability.

Portrait of driving practice following a mild stroke: a secondary analysis of a chart audit.

: The majority of individuals who have had a mild stroke are discharged home from acute care. Yet, the proportion who are assessed for driving ability and given related recommendations is unknown.: To describe acute care practice related to driving among individuals whose discharge location is home.: A secondary analysis of data from a chart audit was realized in the Province of Quebec, Canada. Data were retrieved from the charts by trained extractors. Evaluation practice was described according to whether ...

Driving performance and neurocognitive skills of long-term users of benzodiazepine anxiolytics and hypnotics.

The aim of this study is to compare actual driving performance and skills related to driving of patients using benzodiazepine anxiolytics or hypnotics for at least 6 months to that of healthy controls.

Driving Pressure-Limited Strategy for Patients with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): A Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial.

Evidence from observational studies suggests that driving pressure is strongly associated with pulmonary injury and mortality, regardless of positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) levels, tidal volume or plateau pressure. Therefore, it is possible that targeting driving pressure may improve the safety of ventilation strategies for ARDS patients. However, the clinical effects of a driving pressure-limited strategy for ARDS has not been assessed randomized controlled trials.

Anger while driving in Mexico City.

This study aims to analyze the level of anger developed by drivers in Mexico City and also understand the behavior that those drivers use to express that anger, using four different survey methods. The first focuses on personal information, the second Driving Anger Expression Inventory (DAX), the third refers to a shorten version of Driving Anger Scale (DAS) and the fourth being the Dula Dangerous Driving Index (DDDI). These have previously been applied and validated in several different countries. The ques...

Treating patients with driving phobia by virtual reality exposure therapy - a pilot study.

Virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET) is a promising treatment for patients with fear of driving. The present pilot study is the first one focusing on behavioral effects of VRET on patients with fear of driving as measured by a post-treatment driving test in real traffic.

Laboratory analysis of driving behavior and self-perceived physiological impairment at 0.03%, 0.05% and 0.08% blood alcohol concentrations.

Alcohol-impaired driving is a critical factor leading to traffic crashes worldwide. Since decades, researchers from the developed nations have been investigating the effects of alcohol intoxication on their drivers. However, alcohol effects on the drivers of developing counties remain understudied. The extent of alcohol impairment may vary among the drivers of developed and developing nations due to the differences in drivers' physiology, driving conditions, drinking habits, policy enforcement and driving a...

Evaluating the Effects of In-Vehicle Side-View Display Layout Design on Physical Demands of Driving.

A driving simulator study was conducted to comparatively evaluate the effects of three camera monitor system (CMS) display layouts and the traditional side-view mirror arrangement on the physical demands of driving.

Correlation of EEG biomarkers of cannabis with measured driving impairment.

The objective of this study was to use electroencephalogram (EEG) biomarkers derived from a short, easily administered neurocognitive testbed to determine acute cannabis intoxication and its effect on driving performance in a driving simulator. The data analyzed were from a study examining the relationship between psychomotor task performance, EEG data, and driving performance in a simulator. EEG data were collected using a STAT® X-24 EEG Wireless Sensor Headset, which was worn during the psychomotor and d...

Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana and Illicit Drugs Among Persons Aged ≥16 Years - United States, 2018.

In the United States, driving while impaired is illegal. Nonetheless, an estimated 10,511 alcohol-impaired driving deaths occurred in 2018.* The contribution of marijuana and other illicit drugs to these and other impaired driving deaths remains unknown. Data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) indicated that in the United States during 2014, 12.4% of all persons aged 16-25 years reported driving under the influence of alcohol, ...

Intraocular scattering as a predictor of driving performance in older adults with cataracts.

Cataracts can limit a person's ability to perform vision-dependent tasks safely, affecting the quality of life of older people. This study examines the relationship between visual function and driving, by studying which visual parameters might be important for predicting driving performance in older drivers with and without cataracts, ascertaining whether the objective measurement of intraocular scattering should be considered in assessment procedures for older drivers. This cross-sectional study involved a...

Driving simulator experiments to study drowsiness: A systematic review.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the USA estimated that the effects of drowsiness while driving led to approximately 72,000 crashes, 44,000 injuries, and 800 deaths in 2013. Keeping this in mind, the risk and injuries of drowsy driving remain a major safety issue that clearly needs to be studied. Our purpose was to conduct a systematic review of international literature including studies on driving behavior associated to drowsy and fatigued drivers. The research focused on the predictio...

Therapeutic effect of early intensive antihypertensive treatment on rebleeding and perihematomal edema in acute intracerebral hemorrhage.

To observe the effect of early intensive blood pressure (BP)-lowering treatment on rebleeding and perihematomal edema (PE) in patients with acute intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). A total of 121 patients with ICH were randomly assigned to an early intensive antihypertensive treatment group (IG) (n = 62) or control group (CG) (n = 59). For both groups, 25 mg of urapidil injection was slowly administered intravenously in 6 hours of the onset. For the IG, 100 mg of urapidil and 30 mL of 0.9% sodium chlor...

Endovascular aneurysm closure during out of office hours is not related to complications or outcome.

A possible disadvantage of endovascular occlusion outside work hours is that complex procedures might expose patients to additional risk when performed in a suboptimal setting. In this prospective cohort study, we evaluated whether treatment during out of office hours is a risk factor for per-procedural complications and clinical outcome.

Comparison between elderly and young drivers' performances on a driving simulator and self-assessment of their driving attitudes and mastery.

Elderly people are often considered dangerous drivers due to a decline in visual exploration and cognitive functions. The purpose of this study was to look into 18 young (between 21 and 35  years old) and 12 elderly (between 65 and 78 years old) drivers' behaviour. We compared their self-assessment of driving as well as their visual and cognitive competencies. Then we assessed their driving competencies and self-regulation practices by using different scenarios on a driving simulator. These scenarios were...

Contingent negative variation during a modified cueing task in simulated driving.

The obscured pedestrian-motor vehicle crash has become a serious danger to driving safety. The present study aims to investigate the contingent negative variation (CNV) during the anticipation of an obscured pedestrian-motor vehicle crash in simulated driving. We adopted two cueing tasks: (i) a traditional cognitive paradigm of cueing task that has been widely used to study anticipatory process, and (ii) a modified cueing task in simulated driving scenes, in which Electroencephalogram (EEG) signals of 32 pa...

Redesigning Today's Driving Automation Toward Adaptive Backup Control With Context-Based and Invisible Interfaces.

We investigated a driver monitoring system (DMS) designed to adaptively back up distracted drivers with automated driving.

Evaluating the effects of a simulator-based training on knowledge, attitudes and driving profiles of German ambulance drivers.

Accident risk is increased for emergency responders driving with warning lights and sirens compared to other road users' driving. Currently no standards for education of ambulance drivers exist. Research shows that high order understanding trainings focusing on insight to avoid critical driving situations might be more helpful than trainings focusing on car handling. The present controlled intervention study evaluates a one-day simulator-based high order training program specifically designed for ambulance ...


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