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Jornal de Pediatria
Motor vehicle crashes continue to be the leading cause of death and acquired disability for children < 19 years old in the United States, 1 and road traffic injuries account for more than 260,000 pediatric deaths worldwide each year. 2 Fortunately, for children who are too small for adult seat belts, child safety seats (CSS), in the form of either a harness-based restraint or belt-positioning booster seat, can significantly reduce the riskdoi:10.2223/jped.2209 pmid:22878696 fatcat:4zs2qwqtz5e2lp6nxyea7e6ngq