Scootermania: Implications for Pediatric Nurses

Vessey, Judith; Haze, Nanci
May 2001
Pediatric Nursing;May/Jun2001, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p272
Academic Journal
Examines the implications of the increasing scooter-related injuries in children for pediatric nurses in the United States. Injuries resulting from the use of scooters; Increase in emergency department visits related to nonmotorized scooters; Recommendations to protect children against scooter-related injuries.


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