How to Determine if Your Child Suffered a Brain Injury
Whenever a child suffers damage to the skull, brain, scalp or any other tissue or blood vessels in the head, you need to be wary of brain injuries. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is determined on the severity of the child’s injury. Head injuries can be as minor as a bump or bruise to the…Read More
“Sniff” Testing for Traumatic Brain Injury Victims May Offer New Hope
It can be difficult to know whether anyone who has suffered a traumatic brain injury is minimally conscious or is in an unconscious state. The difference between knowing and not knowing a victim’s state affects the person’s treatment and chance for a recovery. A new study, according to a story in Stat News, offers hope…Read More
Coma, Vegetative State, and Brain Death: What are the Differences?
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can change your life in an instant, whether you are the victim or a loved one of the victim. Any type of accident can lead to serious brain injuries, including those that force a victim into a coma, vegetative state, or to become brain dead. Today, we wanted to look at…Read More