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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2019 Validation of an ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM map to AIS 2005 Update 2008. AIS, ICD, ISSs
2018 Epidemiology of injury patterns for 4- to 10-year-olds in side and oblique impacts. AIS, PDOF
2018 Experimental Study of Thoracoabdominal Injuries Suffered from Caudocephalad Impacts Using Pigs. AIS, ISS
2016 Functional outcomes of motor vehicle crash head injuries in pediatric and adult occupants. AIS, DR, FIM, MVC, NTDB-RDS
2015 Predicting patients that require care at a trauma center: analysis of injuries and other factors. AACN, AIS, MVCs, NASS-CDS, NIS, non-TC, TC, TSs
2013 Assessing injury severity in bicyclists involved in traffic accidents to more effectively prevent fatal bicycle injuries in Japan. AIS, ISS
2013 Mortality-based Quantification of Injury Severity for Frequently Occurring Motor Vehicle Crash Injuries. MRRs, MVC, NASS-CDS, NTDB-RDS
2010 Predictors of late clinical outcome following orthopedic injuries after multiple trauma. AIS, SF
2010 [Quad driving--life-endangering fun? A medical and technical analysis]. AIS
10  2008 Fatality risk and the presence of rib fractures. AIS
11  2008 [Injury situation of novice drivers in road traffic--a medical and technical analysis]. AIS
12  2003 Geriatric trauma patients-are they receiving trauma center care? AIS, ISS, TCs
13  2001 [Current situation of traffic accidents in children and adolescents. A medical and technical analysis]. AIS, ISS
14  1993 Injury severity scoring and length of stay in hospital of war casualties--demonstration of an association and possible selection bias. AIS, ISS, LOS
15  1992 Technical parameters influencing the severity of injury of front-seat, belt-protected car passengers on the impact side in car-to-car side collisions with the main impact between the front and rear seats (B-pillars). AIS, EES