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What are the indications of serious head injuries?


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2008-05-08 18:29:09
2008-05-08 18:29:09

many signs and symptoms of serious head injuries are : confusion, vomiting, seizures, memory loss, headaches that worsen daily, behavioral changes, sleepiness, slurred speech, dialation of the pupils, sensitivity to light, numbness, and dizziness.


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Serious head injuries can be devastating, producing permanent mental and physical disability.

Major injuries are serious injuries such as a broken bone or a serious head injury. Minor injuries are one that are not big in nature, such as a bruise or small cut.

it depends what kind of head ure talking about

each year about two million people suffer from a more serious head injury, and up to 750,000 of them are severe enough to require hospitalization.

A helmet protects your head when you fall, for example: If you fall off of your bike onto your head it can cause stitches or a serious head injury like TBI. If you wear your helmet, your head will be protected against serious injuries.

To protect your head from a concussion or other serious injuries invoked by the hard punches of the opponent.

There are many symptoms and criteria for a head injury. You can get some serious damage to the brain. Brain injuries are the most common injury to the head.

Johnny's reaction to his serious injuries was that he didn't care about himself he care about the greasers.

Head Injuries was created in 1979-07.

Sometimes, if you force air into them hard enough, they can pop leaving you deaf or with serious head injuries

Head injuries has know specific founder ( trust me I have searched for hours)

No but you can get serious injuries

pulling a hamstring, knee injuries ankles injuries head injuries

No not that I know of sorry don't know much about her injuries .

The topic of head injuries has enormous scope, it can include a simple bump to the head or a serious internal brain injury. For someone with little medical knowledge it would be informative to take a first aid course with St John's Ambulance, this would give you a broad overview of different types of head injuries.Headway is an organization that helps those that have suffered serious brain injury as a result of a head injury. They provide plenty of information and support to the individual, their friends and family.

There are five injuries that are extremely common in the NFL. These are injuries to the knee, shoulder, leg, ankle, and head. Head injuries frequently include concussions.

Okay it helps them Physically because they have to study plays , discipline, workout, self esteem, etc. The chances of Head and Spine injuries are 10% chance for spine and 15% chance for a head injurie ( Not serious tho). The %'s could be off so dont count on them.

no football because you can break every bone in your body

Since many players can shoot the puck at 100 MPH or more, serious injuries can result. Besides the obvious bruises, a slapshot has often caused broken toes/feet, leg injuries, arm injuries, etc. However, the most frightening is when a player gets hit in the face/head area. Severely broken facial bones, eye injuries, concussions etc, have occurred.Although it has never happened, a severe head injury caused by a flying puck can result in death.

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head trauma,spine and leg injuries

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