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Concussion and Mild TBI in Adults and Veterans

Concussion and Mild TBI in Adults and Veterans

Tip cards on signs and symptoms of concussion or mild TBI 

Mild brain injury or concussion is the most common type of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Yet it is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. These tip cards provide information for adults and veterans on the symptoms, treatment, and recovery of concussion after head trauma or blast injury.

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Blast Injury, TBI, PTSD: What’s the difference?

Many veterans and service members exposed to blasts in Iraq or Afghanistan have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury or TBI and PTSD. This tip card helps survivors, families and caregivers understand why blasts cause so many injuries, how trauma damages the brain, and the symptoms of TBI and PTSD.

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Concussion in Adults

Concussion is a mild brain injury but it is not a minor condition as it is caused by trauma to the brain. This tip card describes the early and late symptoms of concussion including physical, cognitive, sensory, social, communicative and behavioral signs. This tip card includes an 8 week checklist to monitor symptoms and track recovery.
Item: CIA
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Undiagnosed Brain Injuries in youths and adults

Undiagnosed brain injuries can have many consequences for youths. The signs and symptoms of a traumatic brain injury or concussion in youths and adults are often missed or overlooked if there is no visible injury or immediate loss of consciousness. This tip card provides checklists for identifying physical, cognitive, behavioral and social changes that may indicate a possible undiagnosed brain injury or concussion. It gives tips on questions to ask and information to gather in order to seek help and treatment.

Item: UBI
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