Traumatic Brain Injury: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2022-04-12
Summary: Although some of these documents from our Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Publications - (62 Articles)
Scientists discover new treatment to dramatically reduce swelling after brain and spinal cord injuries, offering hope to 75 million victims worldwide each year.
Specialist reserchers detect brain damage in patients with cervical hernias by using neuroimage and artificial intelligence techniques.
Researchers develop portable device capable of diagnosing within ten minutes mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) using a drop of blood.
Stunning number of participants not only experienced concussion related symptoms and head impacts but also continued performing either without reporting the incident or without receiving the recommended care.
Concussion has dogged the NFL since the 1990s however in recent years the league has repositioned itself as a leader in concussion prevention and research.
Concussion in sports compounded due to repeated head injuries more likely to cause lasting damage when the brain is not given sufficient time to heal between incidents.
What will my child be like 10 years from now? Researchers present on long-term effects of TBI - an average of 7 years after injury.
Study reveals combination of methylphenidate with cognitive-behavioral rehabilitation a promising option for people with persistent cognitive problems following traumatic brain injury.
These guidelines will help to make sport and recreation safer for children and athletes, and to reduce the health risks associated with this serious head injury.
Treating traumatic brain injury with human neural stem cells increases M2 microglial proteins and contributes to anti-inflammatory effects.
U.S. Defense Department A Head for the Future videos inspire service members and veterans with brain injuries to seek help.
Abusive Head Trauma, also known as Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS), is a serious threat to health and safety of infants and small children.
Groundbreaking pioneering work is underway seeks to understand and repair brain function at the molecular level.
Information regarding concussions, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and the potential side-effects that they can entail.
Teenagers with history of TBI at least twice as likely as classmates without brain injury to drink alcohol, use cannabis or abuse other drugs.
Information and helpful tips on helping to prevent traumatic brain injury including concussion.
Information regarding a person being in a coma or being in a vegetative state including the difference between PVS and a coma.
The incidence of TBI in older adults poses special diagnostic, management and treatment challenges.
People with a TBI might have issues with seeing, hearing, speaking, and using their other senses. They may experience headaches and feel tired much of the time. They might also have difficulties with skills including drawing or writing.
Positive effects from the drug etanercept represents therapeutic possibilities for stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) patients.
Informative article examines TBI including signs symptoms and importance of seeking medical aid as soon as possible.
Researchers developed agent XJB-5-131 which can cross the blood-brain barrier and prevent oxidation of cardiolipin.
Researchers are testing out a promising new tool that could revolutionize the way traumatic brain injuries are diagnosed.
Learn about traumatic brain injury and how to reduce risk during your favorite summer activities.
The TSGLI program has paid more than $550 million in benefit payments to members of the armed forces for a range of traumatic injuries and disabilities.
The National Conference of State Legislatures has reported on recent developments among the states dealing with Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI). Seventeen states passed laws in 2009 and 2010 to address TBI..
NeuroRestorative programs integrate multidisciplinary individual and group therapeutic interventions as well as vocational activities and social experiences.
Construction transportation and agriculture - forestry - fishing industries record nearly half of all TBI fatalities.
Large study finds CT scans are frequently unnecessary after head injury in children.
Study of concussions has led to the awareness that they are indeed traumatic brain injuries.
The concussion rate for young athletes has doubled in the past decade.
Traumatic brain and spinal cord incidents are preventable injuries that can lead to death and disability.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be classified as either mild or severe and include a wide range of symptoms.
There are many ways to receive a traumatic brain injury and complications from a TBI and living with the effects can be complicated.
Symptoms and treatment of concussion and post-concussive syndrome the most common type of traumatic brain injury.
Concussion can be suffered as a result of motor vehicle accidents sports or other events causing impact to the head.
Common causes and symptoms of TBI as well as legal recourse available when caused through the fault of another party.
High school athletes assessed with computerized neuropsychological testing less likely to return to play within 1 week of being diagnosed with a concussion.
Molecular imaging technique pinpoints critical changes that take place in the injured brain.
Brain damage continues to develop and evolve for months after traumatic brain injury revealing potential target for treatments to improve brain trauma.
Brain injuries disability and death among nursing home residents can occur with oxygen deprivation due to choking or smothering drug overdose or a lack of supplemental oxygen.
Rise in brain injuries among youth basketball players points to growing risk and awareness of concussions in teen sports.
Microelectronic circuitry to guide the growth of axons in a brain damaged by an exploding bomb car crash or stroke.
Researchers at SUNY Downstate find drug combination may treat traumatic brain injury.
Study commissioned by CORE Health Foundation tallies TBI costs related to deaths ER visits hospitalizations and disability.
Traumatic brain injuries and what can be done to prevent and treat them.
Evidence symptoms of headache, dizziness and anxiety in patients with traumatic brain injury could be alleviated with eyeglass lenses containing prisms.
Two innovative treatments one involving hormone therapy and the other a popular video game.
Study tests if familiar voices can heal traumatic brain injuries.
Loss of physical and psychological function after traumatic brain injury related to injuries in brain structures.
For seniors residing in nursing homes brain injuries can be life threatening.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) victims have not necessarily recovered all their locomotor functions.
Definitive vestibular screenings and assessment measures for US military with blast-induced traumatic brain injuries.
An injectable biomaterial gel may help brain tissue grow at the site of a traumatic brain injury.
Following a traumatic brain injury the survivor may become dependent upon those close to them.
Approximately 5.3 million people live with a TBI-related disability and an additional 60000 people die annually from TBI.
Blood test that can help predict the seriousness of a head injury and detect status of blood-brain barrier a step closer to reality.
Following a brain injury dynamics change the relationship is no longer equal in the same sense you were before the injury.
They were told that due to the extent of my traumatic brain injury I would probably not be able to succeed beyond high school.
Side effects of TBI are severe and can range from a coma or death to cognitive disorders to social and behavioral issues to mental and physical disability.
Men and women who serve in the military run a higher risk of incurring a traumatic brain injury than civilians.
Statistical information could play a part into whether an individual is more or less at risk for preventing a traumatic brain injury.
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