Explore the latest in traumatic brain injury, including the epidemiology, diagnosis, and management of concussion and traumatic encephalopathy.
This study evaluates the association of implementing the nationally vetted, evidence-based, prehospital treatment guidelines with outcomes in moderate, severe, and critical traumatic brain injury.
This study compares the use of machine learning optimal classification trees with the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) guidelines to determine the need for computed tomography imaging in children with clinically important traumatic brain injury.
This cohort study examines the physical and neuropsychological outcomes in patients with mild traumatic brain injury up to 12 months after presentation.
This large extended population-based double cohort study tests whether statin use is associated with an increased or decreased risk of subsequent dementia after a concussion among older adults.
This narrative review discusses the components of neurocritical care and the contributions of the subspecialty to patient quality of care and the health care system.
This Viewpoint discusses the strengths and weaknesses of using biomarkers to diagnose concussion.
This narrative review summarizes the pathophysiology, presentation, and management of patients with intraparenchymal hemorrhagic stroke, and approaches to poststroke rehabilitation, risk factor management, and anticoagulation.
This Viewpoint discusses the implications of rule changes regarding concussion in youth collision sports.
This randomized clinical trial assesses the effectiveness of aerobic exercise vs a placebo-like stretching regimen for individuals age 13 to 18 years in the acute phrase of recovery from sport-related concussion.
This Viewpoint discusses traumatic brain injury in youth patients and the substantial ethical challenge caregivers and parents can face.
This cohort study, part of the Transforming Research and Clinical Knowledge in Traumatic Brain Injury (TRACK-TBI) study, ascertains prevalence of and risk factors for posttraumatic stress disorder and major depressive disorder among patients evaluated in the emergency department for mild traumatic brain injury.
This Viewpoint proposes policy changes for improving decision-making processes for sports injury prevention.
This longitudinal case-series study of 12 high school football players examines changes in near point of convergence through repeated measurements over a single football season to assess how these findings are associated with measured head impacts.
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