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military personnel, (2) identify whether decreased time between events is associated with increased severity of the second event, and (3) identify predictors of postinjury utilization of mental health and neurology outpatient services following the second concussive event.
Army Medical Command recognized the need to identify and diagnose concussive injuries sooner.
Once the first aid issues are addressed, then an assessment of the concussive injury should be made using the SCAT2 (attached) or other similar tool.
These sources said that, "this kind of concussive missiles caused great
Khan was awarded a unanimous decision at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Casino on Saturday, but was forced to overcome some harrowing moments after tasting the full force of the Argentinean challenger's concussive power.
Vallily emerged as a powerful contender for Olympic glory at London 2012 when he swept to gold in Delhi with three concussive stoppage wins in succession, and ultimately hopes to turn professional like Haye, who hammered Audley Harrison in a one-sided WBC World title fight in Manchester to retain his belt.
The surveys distributed to the coaches were similar to prior works and intended to determine how coaches perceive concussions, their understanding of concussive signs and symptoms, as well as management practices (O'Donoghue et al.
The concept of traditional mandatory exclusion periods based on the grading of concussive injuries is not helpful and is based on data from motor vehicle accidents.
Actually, in the end it wasn't so much the weight of expectation which did for Murray as the sustained brilliance of the man with the fastest, most concussive serve in tennis.
But the skull was not penetrated and Kolestani was left with a concussive injury.
It's the flipside to her womanimal drumming style, where she transfuses Nissenenenmondai's concussive attacks with subtle riffs and hidden melodies.
Lindsey Pluimer scored 16 points and Erica Tukiainen had seven of her team's first ninepoints but wound up with just 11 for UCLA (11-11, 6-5), which played without 6-foot-6 sophomore center Moniquee Alexander because of concussive symptoms she sustained in Thursday night's loss at Cal.