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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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Age, military rank, branch of service, and occupational specialty at the time of the initial concussive event were abstracted from the EMED clinical record and validated with information from the Defense Manpower Data Center, which maintains administrative records for all military personnel.
The number of Soldiers medevaced is also lower because of the early assessments--Soldiers who have more severe concussions are found and removed from the fight, while Soldiers with mild injuries are kept close to their units and allowed time to recover, reducing the risk for multiple concussive injuries.
It is largely believed that a significant portion of concussive injuries occurring during sporting activities go unreported.
All children with head injuries * Fractured skull * Penetrating skull trauma * Deterioration in conscious state following injury * Focal neurological signs * Confusion or impairment of consciousness > 30 minutes * Loss of consciousness > 5 minutes * Persistent vomiting or increasing headache post injury * Any convulsive movements * More than one episode of concussive injury in a game or training session * Where there is assessment difficulty (eg: an intoxicated patient) * High risk patients (eg: hemophilia, anticoagulant use) * Inadequate post injury supervision * High risk injury mechanism (eg: high velocity impact, missile injury)
There would follow a series of 324 overlapping explosions, each one with tremendous concussive effect.
ADI's ADXL377 MEMS accelerometer accurately measures concussive forces in contact sports and high impact events in industrial equipment.
Ulster said that 31-year-old Fitzpatrick had "experienced a number of concussive episodes" in recent seasons, and his symptoms were "progressively slower to resolve".
The New Neurometabolic Cascade of Concussion updates what is known about the acute neurometabolic changes that occur after concussive brain injury.
A lawsuit lodged in a California court proposes the restriction on heading the ball because of what it calls an "epidemic of concussive injuries" among youngsters in sport.
Israeli troops attacked a group of EU diplomats in the occupied West Bank on Friday, throwing concussive grenades at them and flinging them to the ground in front of international reporters, ignoring the diplomatic immunity enjoyed by the officials.
Alexander, 25-1 (14KOs) is not a concussive puncher and is regarded as ideal for the quick Khan (28-3, 19KOs).