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Car Airbags Most Suited To Medium-Built Individuals

New research shows that in a crash, car or automobile air bags may increase the risk of serious injury for short or tall front-seat passengers. The study by Craig Newgard, of Oregon Health & Science University, is due presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Me...

Car Airbags Will Cause Permanent Hearing Loss in 17 Percent

A researcher at a national hearing conference will present data that predict 17 percent of people exposed to deployed airbags in American cars will suffer from permanent hearing// loss. His data also show, contrary to what experts have previously thought, airbag deployment is more hazardous to the ...

Tips for Transporting Your Pet in California

... carrier for smaller dogs and cats. Also consider a pet buckle, which works with a human safety belt. Never place your pet in the front seat because airbags are unsafe for them. The CVMA also recommends against having a pet in your lap while driving. -- Never leave pets unattended in vehicles, as...

Deaths, Injuries Increase With Higher Speed Limits

...en Olvey, an associate professor in the department of neurological surgery at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in Florida, said that with airbags and seat belts, cars are safer today, so 55 might be too slow. "In the study, states that kept the speed limit at 65 showed a decline in fatalitie...

Spine Injuries a Common Result of Car Crashes

... Seat belts and airbags could reduce the risk, study says THUR...alysis or death, but greater use of seat belts and airbags could greatly reduce that percentage, a new study ...aring a seat belt. The number of seat belts and airbags did increase from 1994 to 2002, and the combinatio...

Elderly Car Crash Deaths Down in Last Decade

...ble to the general American lifestyle being a healthier one," he noted. "But also cars themselves are now safer, with better restraint systems, better airbags and better braking, all of which is especially beneficial to older drivers who are a fragile community for basic physiological reasons." "Roads the...

Global Market for Smart Sensors to Reach $7.8 Billion by 2015, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

...reempt costly litigation. Smart systems can sense an impending crash, its nature, the presence of occupants, their position, and determine the type of airbags to be fired and the force and speed of their deployment. Motion-tracking sensors and inertial sensors based on micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) a...

Widespread airbag use could result in dramatic cost savings for US trauma centers

...merican College of Surgeons, the new generation of airbags not only helps protect motor vehicle collision (MV...ma centers. The study shows that the deployment of airbags in MVCs, particularly in conjunction with the use ...ms. The study suggests that the optimal use of airbags could potentially reduce the use of resources at t...

Alexza and Autoliv Announce Commercial Manufacturing and Supply Agreement for Heat Packages Used in Single-Dose Staccato(R) System

...technology but also in its manufacturing techniques. Mike Ward, President of Autoliv's North American Division, said, "As the largest manufacturer of airbags and seatbelts worldwide, our business focus is saving lives. Partnering with Alexza to manufacture a component of an effective delivery technology for...

Airbags lessens oppressive eye injuries

... eye injuries, but reduces major eye problems. It's now well validated that airbags will reduce the number of severe and fatal injuries. //However, the effect of airbags on the eye has not been well explored until now. Researchers in Virgi...
Airbags in Biological Technology

Researchers measure elusive repulsive force from quantum fluctuations

...he ultimate miniaturization of small-scale devices known as Micro Electromechanical Systems (MEMS), a technology widely used to trigger the release of airbags in cars, as the attractive forces may push together moving parts and render them inoperable, an effect known as stiction. Potential applications of...
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