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.
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.
This study was undertaken to determine whether obstructive sleep apnoea/hypopnoea severity influenced crash severity in patients referred for investigation of suspected sleep-disordered breathing.
In Japan, post-war motor vehicle crash-related deaths exceeded 550,000 in 2000.
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