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Restraint systems for children transported in automobiles

, : Restraint systems for children transported in automobiles. Chirurgia Italiana 38(5): 519-526

This article deals with the currently available restraint devices for car passengers up to adolescence, since standard seat belts cannot be directly used with children.


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