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Biomechanics is the application of physics to describe, evaluate, or model living tissue and biological materials. Originally it was the application of the part of physics known as Mechanics to living systems. This is the same portion of physics which is used as the basis for much of accident reconstruction.
Biomechanics is important in many aspects of forensic work from vehicle accident reconstruction to slip-trip-stumble-fall cases. This particular program contains modules containing information on a variety of biomechanics and injury modalities, physical data found in the literature for failure of bone and tissue, calculation modules to evaluate individual specific parameters, and definitions and terminology used in the literature and found in medical reports.