Traumatic Brain Injuries Arizona Residents 2014
A definition of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury developed by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.
Esta tarjeta enumera algunos signos comunes de que su niño puede haber sufrido un daño cerebral. También contiene información sobre qué hacer si usted nota estos signos después de que su hijo(a) se ha lastimado su cabeza.
Spanish version of "When Your Child's Head Has Been Hurt."
A reference card for health care providers and other professionals that describes common symptoms that may follow a mild traumatic brain injury. The card uses clinical language.
Brain Injury checklist for adult traumatic brain injury survivors and their families.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - January 7, 2013
Contact: Laura Oxley, ADHS Public Information: (602) 542-1094
It is estimated that 1,000 people die every week from Traumatic Brain Injuries in the United States. If you suffer a severe brain injury in Arizona, you will likely receive the best EMS treatment available in the country, thanks to the Excellence in Prehospital Injury Care (EPIC) project
This card lists some common signs that your child may have a mild brain injury. It also gives information on what to do if you notice these signs after your child's head has been hurt.
Did You Know
These websites are great resources for reliable information on TBI and SCI.
Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona: Find Information
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: TBI Publications
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke: TBI Publications
Traumatic Brain Injury A to Z
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center
Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation: Paralysis Resource Center
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke: SCI Publications
National Spinal Cord Injury Association: Publications
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