Whiplash

Whiplash is usually related to automobile accidents, sometimes once the vehicle has been hit within the rear, but the injury may be sustained in several different ways in which, together with head banging, bungee cord jumping and falls that describing a variety of injuries to the neck or unforeseen distortion of the neck related to extension. It also may be delineate as an unforeseen strain to the muscles, bones and nerves within the neck. Whiplash is usually not a life threatening injury; however it will result in a chronic period of partial incapacity. In UK, 430,000 individuals made a claim for whiplash in 2007. There are vital economic expenses associated with whiplash which will reach thirty billion dollars a year within the US, including medical care, disability, sick leave, lost productivity, and litigation.

  • Prevention
  • Management
  • Prognosis
  • Epidemiology
  • Treatment and drugs

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