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The applicability of the federal safety standard that governs child restraints (FMVSS 213) has recently been called into question. Population-based estimates of the risk of injury to children in child restraints and a description of the patterns and mechanisms of injury are necessary to evaluate this standard and identify areas of needed improvement. A probability sample of children 12 to 47 months in crashes was identified in an on-going crash surveillance system (1998)(1999)(2000) (2001)doi:10.1210/jcem-19-3-392b fatcat:qdukvhqccjar5bxmrtnegyhf5a