Injuries, Wound and Trauma

Can an airbag cause nerve damage?

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  • An airbag can cause nerve damage, but this may be less related to the airbag than the actual impact that caused the airbag to be deployed. Children are especially prone to injury from airbags and should never sit in the front passenger seat, even in a child seat.
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