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Football Injuries: Papers Presented at a Workshop (1970)

Chapter: Clinical Aspects of Dehydration

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Suggested Citation:"Clinical Aspects of Dehydration." National Research Council. 1970. Football Injuries: Papers Presented at a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/20983.
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The committees of the Division of Medical Sciences of the National Research Council have traditionally served in the role of providing a forum for discussions by diverse disciplinary groups that share interests in particular problems. This volume, which consists of papers prepared for a workshop on football injuries, is the report of such a forum. The authors represented a cross-section of disciplines concerned with various aspects of the training, health, and well-being, including protection from injury, of football players, as well as other athletes.

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