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International consensus statement on injury surveillance in cricket: a 2016 update.

John W Orchard, Craig Ranson, Benita Olivier, Mandeep Dhillon, Janine Gray, Ben Langley, Akshai Mansingh, Isabel S Moore, Ian Murphy, Jon Patricios, Thiagarajan Alwar, Christopher J Clark, Brett Harrop, Hussain I Khan, Alex Kountouris, Mairi Macphail, Stephen Mount, Anesu Mupotaringa, David Newman, Kieran O'Reilly Show all

British Journal of Sports Medicine | Published : 2016


Cricket was the first sport to publish recommended methods for injury surveillance in 2005. Since then, there have been changes to the nature of both cricket and injury surveillance. Researchers representing the major cricket playing nations met to propose changes to the previous recommendations, with an agreed voting block of 14. It was decided that 10 of 14 votes (70%) were required to add a new definition element and 11 of 14 (80%) were required to amend a previous definition. In addition to the previously agreed 'Match time-loss' injury, definitions of 'General time-loss', 'Medical presentation', 'Player-reported' and 'Imaging-abnormality' injuries are now provided. Further, new injury i..

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