Chronic pain is common after traumatic brain injury.
Following the close of the 2018 World Cup, FIFA must consider how to better handle concussions moving forward.
The prevalence of concussion among US high school students related to playing a sport or being physically active is 15.1% per year.
There are considerable gaps in follow-up care for patients with mild traumatic brain injury who have been discharged from the hospital.
There was a shorter mean time from the index date to the dementia diagnosis among those with traumatic brain injury vs those without traumatic brain injury.
Children hospitalized for traumatic brain injury tend to have unmet needs for educational and rehabilitation services approximately 2 years after a traumatic brain injury event.
Approximately 16% of patients who met the WHO's concussion criteria did not receive a concussion diagnosis.
Patients with TBI had a higher incidence of PD compared with patients without TBI.
The investigators sought to compare NfL and tau as blood biomarkers for acute SRC and to establish whether their concentrations at various time points following the injury are linked to prolonged time to return to play.
Mild traumatic brain injury is associated with increased risk of Parkinson disease among military veterans.
Hypercapnic acidosis may be associated with increased mortality in mechanically ventilated patients with acute cerebral injury.
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