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Case report

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Adapting to Consequences

. Subjects had Glasgow Coma Scores 14/15 at 30 minutes after injury and 15/15 (full score) after 3 days. Subjects reported low post-concussion symptoms scores and few depressive symptoms. All subjects worked or studied before the injury and almost of them returned to normal lives at the time of interview. However, 18% did experience moderately severe disability and 1.5% suffered severe disabilities. Future studies with longitudinal, comparison, or predictive methodology with reduced but relevant

Nutthita Petchprapai

Australasian Journal of Neuroscience , ISSUE 2, 12–19

research-article

Newton’s Laws, G-forces and the impact on the brain

whilst just standing on the earth, increases markedly with a slap on the back. Then further when in a car or a rollercoaster and even more if having sustained a concussion. Table 1: How Many G’s? Standing on the Earth 1G Rollercoasters 3.5-6.3G A slap on the back 4.1G Formula 1 racing car 5G The luge at Whistler 5.2G ‘Plopping’ into a chair 10.1G Sneezing (open mouth) 2.9G Concussion 80-100G Adapted from Slade (2009) In today’s modern age, Sir Isaac Newton’s theories

Vicki Evans

Australasian Journal of Neuroscience , ISSUE 1, 24–29

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