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Online ISSN 1973-9095
RETURN TO DRIVING AFTER TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY - Part II Guest Editors: Bruno Gradenigo, Anna Mazzucchi
Bock W. J.
From the Neurochirurgische Klinic der Heinrichs Heine Universität Düsseldorf, Germany
There is a lot of factors affecting the traffic safety. Among these the behavior of traffic participants, especially that of vehicle drivers, is crucial in traffic safety. The influence of pathological states as spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, peripheral nerve injury, stroke, cerebral tumors, medications, sleep deprivation, degenerative neurological disease and age are discussed. The problems arising from medical confidentiality and driving performance of the patient are discussed.