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Transportation Injury Publications

Schlotthauer AE, Guse CE, Brixey S, Corden TE, Hargarten SW, Layde PM. Motor Vehicle Crashes Associated with Alcohol: Child Passenger Injury and Restraint Use, Am J Prev Med, 2011 Mar 40(3): 320-3.

Hanrahan R, Layde P, Zhu S, Guse C, Hargarten S.  The Association of Driver Age with Traffic Injury Severity in Wisconsin. Traffic Injury Prevention, 2009; 10(4), 361-367.

Heng K, Hargarten SW, Craven A, Layde P, Zhu S.  Motor vehicle crashes and moderate alcohol Intake – Conflict Between Health Advantage and At-Risk Use.  Alcohol & Alcoholism. 2006;41:451-54

Woolf C, Heng, Layde P, Zhu S. Elderly and motor vehicle crashes. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine 2006; 15:6-12.

Zhu S, Layde P, Guse C, Laud P, Pintar F, Nirula R, Hargarten S. Obesity and Risk for Death due to Motor Vehicle Crashes. American Journal of Public Health, April 2006;94(4):#1-6.

Zhu S, Layde P, Guse C, Laud P, Pintar F, Hargarten S. Obesity increases male drivers' risk of death in motor vehicle crashes. American Journal of Public Health, 2006;96(4):#1-7.

Anderson Fohr S, Layde PM, MD, Guse CE. Graduated Driver Licensing in Wisconsin: Does It Create Safer Drivers? Wisconsin Medical Journal. September 2005; 104(7) 31-36.

Pan S, Chen E, Zhu S, Layde P, Pirrallo R, Hargarten S. Epidemiology characteristics of road traffic injury in China. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine 2005; 14 (9) 709-714.

Sauter C, Zhu S, Allen S, Hargarten S, Layde P. Increased Risk of Death or Disability in Unhelmeted Wisconsin Motorcyclists. Wisconsin Medical Journal. February 2005;104(2):39-44.

Sinson GP, Yoganandan N, Pintar FA, Morgan RM, Maiman DJ, Brasel KJ, Gennarelli TA. Carotid artery trauma in motor vehicle crashes: Investigation of the local tensile loading mechanism. Proceedings of the International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Impact. September 2003.

Brasel KJ, Quickel R, Yoganandan N, Weigelt JA. Seat Belts Are More Effective than Airbags in Reducing Thoracic Aortic Injury in Frontal Motor Vehicle Crashes. J Trauma 53:309-313, 2002.
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