- Coma recovery unlike in movies. Hatch, Addy // Journal of Business (10756124);8/29/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 18, pB1
Reports on the recovery process for brain injury patients who lapsed into coma. Mental and physical impairment after an impairment; Causes of traumatic brain injuries; Stages of recovery.
- BUILDING TECHNOLOGY BRIDGES FOR BRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUPS. Zook, Betsey; Luken, Karen // Parks & Recreation;May2001, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p82
Reports on the use of technology-based services for persons with traumatic brain injury in the United States. Grant project awarded to the University of North Carolina; Impact of traumatic brain injuries; Role of support groups for brain injury survivors.
- Serum levels of S100B, S100A1B and S100BB are all related to outcome after severe traumatic brain injury. Nylén, K.; Öst, M.; Csajbok, L. Z.; Nilsson, I.; Hall, C.; Blennow, K.; Nellgård, B.; Rosengren, L. // Acta Neurochirurgica;Mar2008, Vol. 150 Issue 3, p221
Objectives. S100B is an established marker of brain damage. Used in the context as a biochemical marker, S100B denotes a measurement of all S100 proteins, including at least one S100B monomer, i.e. the sum of the two dimers S100A1B and S100BB. Almost all published studies are based on this...
- BOOSTING BRAIN INJURY CARE. Giblin, Helen // Nursing Standard;
Neurology rehabilitation nurse Helen Giblin explains how she strives to meet patients' varied and complex needs while they are in recovery after a traumatic brain injury.
- (MENTAL HEALTH) $10M Funds State TBI Services Implementation. // Community Health Funding Week;9/11/2009, p10
The article presents information on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) States Grant Program. The program seeks to improve access to health and other services for individuals with TBI and their families. The program provides Implementation Partnership...
- ACQUIRED CEREBRAL TRAUMA: An Introduction to the Special Series. Bigler, Erin D. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Oct87, Vol. 20 Issue 8
Introduces a series of articles which deal with acquired cerebral trauma. Behavior of brain injured children; Treatment methods for the brain injured individual; Incidence, clinical characteristics and risk factors associated with pediatric head injury; Traditional psychological methods of...
- Themes within Songs Written by People with Traumatic Brain Injury: Gender Differences. Baker, Felicity; Kennelly, Jeanette; Tamplin, Jeanette // Journal of Music Therapy;Summer2005, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p111
The study aimed to identify gender differences in the themes of songs written by patients with traumatic brain injury. Lyrics (1,834) from 82 songs written by 11 female and 21 male patients were categorized into 8 main themes and 24 subcategories. Incidence of subcategories and themes were...
- DIFFERENCES IN READING AND WRITING ERRORS IN PERSONS WITH BRAIN DEMAGE. LEKO, ANA // Croatian Review of Rehabilitation Research / Hrvatska Revija za ;2013, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p214
In this research we wanted to compare reading and writing in three different group of examinees (persons with aphasia, persons with traumatic brain injuries and persons without any speech and language impairments, as well as without communication impairments. We tried to emphasize differences in...
- Reversing the damage. Hayes, Derren // Community Care;10/18/2007, Issue 1695, p34
The article provides information on a pioneering alcohol-related brain injury (ARBI) residential care unit that helps reverse the damage caused to the brain by alcohol established by Champion Crescent in Nottinghamshire, England. According to unit clinical manager Karen East, people with ARBIs...