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concuss

(kən-kŭs′)
tr.v. con·cussed, con·cussing, con·cusses
To injure by concussion: "a middle-aged woman concussed by a blow on the head" (Manchester Guardian Weekly).
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The concussed players demonstrated significant impairment on clinical assessment at 24 hours post-injury, but returned to baseline levels at eight days.
Sole added: "It would have been possible for O'Gara to be concussed and to have swallowed his own tongue, and that could have caused it, rather than anyone throttling him.
Though the actual incidence is unreported and unknown, about 5% of high school and college football players are concussed yearly.
Vargas said that when a community doesn't have ready access to providers trained in the recognition and management of concussion that can be the "perfect recipe" for concussed athletes to fall through the cracks.
The decision went against the GAA's own 'Concussion Management Guidelines' which state that a concussed player 'should not return to play on the same day'.
Davies "He was concussed in the final few moments of the game on Saturday in a normal tackle situation.
Quite a painful shock as it happens, for when the trailer was loaded with bales of straw I fell off the top, was concussed and off school (Barkers Butts) for two weeks.
If someone was concussed, you could play with 14 men or have a concussed player still on the pitch," said Brennan.
A concussed O'Driscoll and dislocated-shoulder victim Jones were both due to fly home today.
There are nine stories of pilots plunging into the drink, including a Mosquito fighter-bomber pilot adrift off Burma on the sinking wreckage of his plane, concussed, bones broken and only a flask of whisky to keep him going.
Mathers was sent off for the first time in his career for the reckless challenge and subsequently apologised to King for the tackle which left him badly concussed.