The new device, which involves attaching a special "S-Clip", enables the belt to run down the middle of the cleavage instead of across the breasts. It works by attaching the clip to the buckle end of the belt, thereby redirecting the top strap down the centre of the body. There are no plans for it to go on sale just yet but insurance group Sheilas' Wheels, which developed it, said it was in talks with car and seat belt manufacturers.
I have a very large chest, my seat belt will not stay in place, and ends up at my neck. I read recently of someone being partially decapitated in an accident, because the belt was against her neck. Their young children had to witness this.
The imaging findings of such injuries must be differentiated from those of carcinoma, so that inappropriate treatment is avoided. Four of these women had imaging studies done in our department, and one was examined elsewhere. The initial mammograms for four patients were obtained months after trauma to the breast. For the fifth patient, the initial study was obtained 13 months after injury.
The Tiddy Bear works great for men, women or kids. It works for everyone, and it is easy to slide out of the way when not in use. The secure snap on button makes it safe and fun for everyone even kids.
Seat belts reduce serious crash-related injuries and deaths by about half, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The simple act of wearing a seat belt is the single most effective way to reduce the risk of fatality in a crash. So why do millions of people not buckle up on every trip? Wearing a seat belt should not cause any discomfort or pressure when adjusted properly.