Cataracts are the leading cause of vision impairment among seniors.
The ability to see properly is essential for safe driving practices. Equally important is how quickly and adequately drivers respond to emergency situations that arise while operating a motor vehicle.
The objective of this evaluation was to determine the legislative impact on fatalities in Japan for the period 1994–2005.
A systematic review of the current literature was undertaken to evaluate the efficacy of various intervention strategies to reduce the risk and rate of motor vehicle crashes (MVC), and to improve the driving performance of older drivers.
In Japan, post-war motor vehicle crash-related deaths exceeded 550,000 in 2000.
This study aims to quantify the frequency of these non-MVC-related CRS injuries among children at the authors’ institution and to compare these with MVC-related CRS injuries.
Policy-makers need to do work that would require automakers to design more pedestrian-friendly vehicles.
As occupant protection offered by new passenger vehicles has improved, there has been growing concern about the harm that some vehicle designs may inflict on occupants of other vehicles with which they collide.
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