Traumatic Brain Injury Research Paper

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Traumatic Brian Injury:
Effective Cure and Possible Prevention

I. Introduction
A. Overall view of Injury
1. Studies
B. Areas of the Brain
1. Most damage
2. Causes
a) Falls, Hits, Explosions, etc.
C. Thesis
II. Causes
A. External causes
1. Falls
2. Assault
3. Motor Vehicle
a) Motorcycle Helmet Laws across the US
4. Sports
b) Football
5. Military
c) Suicide
III. Treatment
A. Adapting to the Injury
B. Testing
1. Tools/Strategies
2. Specialists
C. Costs of Recovery
1. Payments
2. Funding
IV. Are TBIs being diagnosed accurately?
A. CTE scans
1. What is it?
2. Affective
B. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
1. What’s the difference from a TBI?
2. Causes
a) How can Doctors tell?
b) Remembering the accident
C. Patients responsibility
V. What’s being done
A. High School
1. Safety procedures
2. Grants to schools
B. Congress
VI. Conclusion

Annotated Bibliography

Chan, Amanda L. "Neuralstem, NFL Alumni Association To Test Feasibility Of Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment." The Huffington Post., 24 Apr. 2013. Web. 26 Apr. 2013. 1. This website shortly explains the concerns that have arisen in NFL players’ from past years dealing with brain injuries and diseases. As well as a potential test on former players who were concerned about injures to the head. With the expiations provided, this website was good use for what is being in the NFL world.

Chang, Anne. "Concussion." Magill's Medical Guide. 4th ed. Vol. 1. Pasadena, CA: Salem, 2008. 611-13. Print. 2. Found in Olympic High School’s library, the medical guide provided evidence dated back to 2004 on the rate of Traumatic Brain Injuries. In addition, the expiation of what a Traumatic Brain injury is, what the causes are, and the aftermath of suffering one. The book is a good reliable...
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