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Airbags must inflate quickly to be effective in an accident. The speed and force of the airbag can cause eye injuries, burns, irritated skin, and open wounds when it inflates. DISCHARGE INSTRUCTIONS: Return to the emergency department if: You have new or increased chest pain. You have a bad headache and feel sleepy or confused.

www.harrybrownlaw.com/blog/most-common-airbag-injuries

Originally the airbag was a device developed for our safety and protection, but can also be responsible for many severe and immobilizing injuries including whiplash injuries, traumatic brain injuries and neck and spine injuries. Even though airbag injuries are rare, they are often major and suffering an air bag injury usually means you’ve ...

www.freep.com/story/money/cars/general-motors/2019/05/13/airbag-deployed-deaths...

Despite deaths, injuries and recalls, air bags still save lives Air bags have hurt and killed people. In recent years millions of vehicles were recalled for defective air bags. Still, there's ...

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Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United Kingdom. Airbags drastically reduce both morbidity and mortality from crashes, but with the increased use of airbags there has been a corresponding increase in the number of injuries attributable to these devices. This review discusses the history and mechanism of action of airbags, along with the spectrum of ...

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/airbag-injuries-and-car-accidents.html

While airbags undeniably save lives and prevent many car accident injuries, they can also be the cause of injuries to drivers and passengers. In this article, we'll discuss how airbags work, what can go wrong when an airbag deploys, and what a legal claim for airbag-related injuries might look like. How Does an Airbag Work?

www.goldbergfinnegan.com/blog/types-of-airbag-injuries.html

While rare, airbag injuries have the potential to cause life-changing trauma. These safety devices may exacerbate accident injuries or cause harm as a result of an accidental airbag deployment. Types of Airbag Injuries. Airbag deployment can lead to a range of injuries to a number of parts of the body.

www.medscape.com/viewarticle/412467

I work in an emergency department where I occasionally see injuries from airbags. Some of the physicians are referring to the injuries as airbag syndrome. What should I be looking for and how ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1756297

Anterior lens capsule rupture caused by air bag trauma. Am J Ophthalmol. 1997 Jun; 123 (6):832–833. Smally AJ, Binzer A, Dolin S, Viano D. Alkaline chemical keratitis: eye injury from airbags. Ann Emerg Med. 1992 Nov; 21 (11):1400–1402. Duma SM, Crandall JR. Eye injuries from airbags with seamless module covers. J Trauma.

www.webmd.com/children/news/20070516/air-bag-injury-risk-linked-to-height

May 16, 2007 -- In a crash, automobile air bags may raise the odds of serious injury for short or tall front-seat passengers, a new study shows. The study comes from Craig Newgard, MD, of Oregon ...

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While the violent deployment of an airbag is far preferable to enduring a collision without an airbag, there are certain risks and injuries that are commonly caused by the airbag. The propellant used to inflate the bag combusts explosively when the airbag is inflated. This combustion can cause burns to the chest, neck, face, and arms of the ...