The association between the postconcussion symptoms and clinical outcomes for patients with mild traumatic brain injury
. Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection, and Critical Care, 62(3), 657-663.
Since the person with a mild traumatic brain injury
appears on the surface quite normal, prospective employers are often unable to detect any disability at all.
A mouse model of human repetitive mild traumatic brain injury
. J Neurosci Methods.
Nurses must not only be knowledgeable of current guidelines such as "Care of the Patient With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
" (AANN & ARN, 2011) but take an active part in the change process to incorporate them into their practice.
Special thanks to following rehabilitation professionals in Arizona who provided input to the senior author regarding their experiences working with persons with mild traumatic brain injury
: Judith Bergman, Stephen Bergman, Kathleen McAlpine, Lynda Weaver, Rae Oldemeyer, Carole Nay, Michael Simpkins, and Ruth Van Vloat.
For a person to sustain a mild traumatic brain injury
, is it necessary that there be a great force of impact?
Persistent postconcussion syndrome: The structure of subjective complaints after mild traumatic brain injury
. J Head Trauma Rehabil.
Cognitive function was 5.6 percent lower in those who sustained a mild traumatic brain injury
in the two years before cognitive testing and 15 percent lower in those who sustained at least two mild traumatic brain injuries after cognitive testing, compared with those who sustained no mild traumatic brain injury
In the development of the guideline, a computerized search of Medline, Cochrane, EMBASE, and the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature was performed using mild head injury, mild traumatic brain injury
, and concussion as keywords.
announced it received the contract from the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command tobuildeye assessment into future versions of its handheld productsused inassessing concussion and mild traumatic brain injury
Using biomarker S100B routinely could significantly reduce CT scans performed on children with mild traumatic brain injury
(mTBI), according to Charlotte Oris, PharmD, of the University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand, France, and her associates.
Upon his return to his native country, he was diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injury