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Ariane Vigeant, Mylène Arseneault-Legault, Rachel Boily, Sarah Buchanan, Jean-François Carosella, Mélanie Levasseur
This study aimed to explore the impact of an awareness tool for relatives of older drivers (OSCARPA) on i) their interest, openness and knowledge, ii) changes of abilities required for safe driving, and iii) utilization of compensatory strategies. A pre-experimental design with pretest (T0) and post-test (T1) eight to ten weeks after the intervention was realized with 45 relatives in contact with an older driver of 65 years old or older and who was driving at least once a week. Overall, the results demonstrated that OSCARPA increased i) interest, openness and knowledge of relatives (p<0...
May 31, 2017: Canadian Journal on Aging, la Revue Canadienne du Vieillissement
Shawn C Marshall
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
June 2016: Canadian Journal on Aging, la Revue Canadienne du Vieillissement
P Mangin, C Mizel, O Pelet, W Michiels et al.
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October 7, 2009: Revue Médicale Suisse
Yves Page, Marie Claude Ouimet, Sophie Cuny
This paper presents an evaluation of the effectiveness of the French Apprentissage Anticipé de la Conduite (AAC), which is an optional initial driver training that seeks to reduce accident risk by novice drivers. The effectiveness of the AAC is estimated using a Case-Control study (521 Cases and 624 Controls) and the adjusted Odds ratio (AAC versus regular) from a multivariate logistic regression. Thirteen risk factors are retained as explanatory variables in the regression. An Odds ratio of 0.9 indicates a non-significant reduction in accident involvement of AAC participants in the two years following the acquisition of their driver's license...
2004: Annual Proceedings
P C Ursell, S P Griffiths, F O Bowman
A 22-year-old woman died suddenly 15 years after successful repair of truncus arteriosus with a valved Dacron conduit. At autopsy there was complete obstruction of the right ventricular outflow tract by a large organizing thrombus between the outer aspect of the conduit and the adherent pericardial tissue. This rare late complication may have resulted from an unrecognized deceleration injury occurring at the time of a serious automobile accident 5 months before death.
September 1988: Annals of Thoracic Surgery
H R Barber
The malpractice ripoff began when the no-fault automobile accident law was passed. Many lawyers were in a panic at this time and turned to medical malpractice litigation to make a living. It became the conduit to quick wealth. The patient was the loser, the lawyer the winner, and the physician often devastated by the patient's ingratitude. For a patient-plaintiff to maintain a successful lawsuit for medical negligence against a physician, four elements must be alleged and proved in a court of law: duty, breach of duty, causation, and damages...
March 1991: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine
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