In-line skating injuries in children and adolescents

M. L. Katcher, P. Agran, D. Laraque, S. H. Pollack, B. L. Smith, G. A. Smith, H. R. Spivak, S. B. Tully, R. A. Brenner, S. Bryn, W. P. Tully, C. Neverman, R. A. Schieber, R. Stanwick, D. Tinsworth, M. Bull, V. Garcia, S. J. Anderson, S. P. Bolduc, B. GrieserM. D. Johnson, L. G. McLain, T. W. Rowl, E. Small, K. Keely, R. Malacrea, J. C. Young, R. L. Washington, F. E. Reed

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Abstract

In-line skating has become one of the fastest-growing recreational sports in the United States. Recent studies emphasize the value of protective gear in reducing the incidence of injuries. Recommendations are provided for parents and pediatricians, with special emphasis on the novice or inexperienced skater.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)720-722
Number of pages3
JournalPediatrics
Volume101
Issue number4 I
DOIs
StatePublished - 1998

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